Reflection: Real World Applications Turning a Plan into an Essay! - Section 2: Independent and Partner Work time


The second partnership I conferred with were two students I had in my small group lesson.  They were working on elaborating on their second reason of "Kids should not be forced to eat.  Teaching students to grow their own ideas about a fact they have read or learned is something students are working on across the disciplines.  The discussion prompts that say "add on, explain, agree, or disagree" are an important scaffold to help students learn to generate ideas in response to ideas and then justify them with the word because.

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Turning a Plan into an Essay!

Unit 6: Writing to Learn: Boxes and Bullets- The 5 Paragraph Essay
Lesson 10 of 10

Objective: SWBAT write an essay from a plan by developing stamina.

Big Idea: Flash plan to a flash draft!

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