Reflection: Intervention and Extension Escaping the Giant Wave: Comparing and Contrasting Two or More Characters Continued - Section 2: Teaching Strategy


To provide all scholars will a bit more visual support, I have them color code each of their circles.  They take a crayon or a highlighter and actually trace each circle in a different color.  This helps them to see where the colors intersect so that they know where they are placing certain characters similarities and differences.  This helps scholars tremendously so that they do not become confused or lost in the graphic organizer.  

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  Intervention and Extension: Color-code circles
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Escaping the Giant Wave: Comparing and Contrasting Two or More Characters Continued

Unit 7: Nature's Fury - Part III
Lesson 7 of 12

Objective: SWBAT confirm predictions by comparing and contrasting the way in which characters respond to challenges in the text "Escaping the Giant Wave".

Big Idea: How do characters respond to a challenge? What does that reveal about their character?

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