Reflection: Routines and Procedures Choice Novel Unit: What’s This Book About? - Section 1: Check-in & Troubleshoot


Absences can also be a challenge to manage. I have a plastic bin with drawers – one each labeled with the day of the week. When papers are passed out a neighbor collects them for an absent student and places them in the draw for that day of the week. When the student returns, he knows right where to find the work that was missed.

  What to do about absences?
  Routines and Procedures: What to do about absences?
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Choice Novel Unit: What’s This Book About?

Unit 9: Character Change: Choice Novel Unit
Lesson 3 of 13

Objective: SWBAT identify literary elements in a work of fiction: setting, characters, conflict.

Big Idea: Who? What? Where? When? Why? The early chapters of a novel begin to answer these questions.

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English / Language Arts, character development
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