Reflection: Checks for Understanding The Last Quest of Gilgamesh - Section 2: Pictures Tell the Story


When checking in the homework, it becomes apparent that something is missing from the directions. Captions need to be added to the students' illustrations in order for the meaning to be clear to the reader. You can decide whether or not the captions should be in the form of quotes from the story. We stop what we are doing and everyone has a chance to add to their assignment.

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The Last Quest of Gilgamesh

Unit 7: The ELA and Social Studies Connection: Content-Area Literacy
Lesson 7 of 8

Objective: SWBAT identify text evidence to illustrate how plot events influence the ways characters grow and change.

Big Idea: Is the king’s transformation from cruel to kind lasting? Find out in this last book in the series.

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