Reflection: Pacing Nothing Sticks Like a Shadow - Section 2: Interact with the text/concept


Depending on my class, I either read this in its entirety the first time through or I break it into two parts.  If I have a struggling class or very low English speakers (which is usually the case), I read the first half unencumbered on one day and I finish the story the next.  This makes it more manageable for the students and they are actually able to get something out of the text!

  This is a VERY lengthy read
  Pacing: This is a VERY lengthy read
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Nothing Sticks Like a Shadow

Unit 4: Shadows
Lesson 6 of 10

Objective: SWBAT set purposes for reading while examining the author, illustrator and title.

Big Idea: Shadows are all around us.

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