Reflection: Pacing Maniac Macgee: ROAR! Continued - Section 2: Teaching Strategy


I found that it took us about 10 minutes just to make the foldable today.  When I teach this lesson again, I will definitely make both of the foldables on the first day.  That way the glue, scissors, etc. are already out and it would be more efficient.  You can even collect the unused foldable if you're worried about students loosing it from one day to the next.  Overall, you want to spend the time modeling during this section, not making the foldable.  

  Make both foldables on first day
  Pacing: Make both foldables on first day
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Maniac Macgee: ROAR! Continued

Unit 2: Give it All You've Got! - Part I
Lesson 4 of 16

Objective: SWBAT describe a character's challenge, his or her response to challenge and how that reveals personality traits

Big Idea: What does a character's response to challenge reveal about his or her personality?

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English / Language Arts, character actions, summarizing, summary
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