Reflection: Pacing Exclamation Mark! - Section 3: Assessment


I know that my students will not all achieve mastery at the same rate, so it is my responsibility to provide them with multiple opportunities to try.  However, this lesson is laden with punctuation writing. I think the next time that I teach this lesson, I would break it into two parts. The paperwork involving the bears could be something to review the next day. It was too much for the time frame that I had set aside.  I like the lesson materials, but it needed different pacing.

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Exclamation Mark!

Unit 9: Learning About Punctuation
Lesson 4 of 10

Objective: SWBAT understand what an exclamation point means and indicate its proper placement. Student Objective: I can use a exclamation mark correctly in a sentence.

Big Idea: Understanding the meaning of punctuation helps students to better comprehend stories.

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