Reflection: Conferencing "Writing a Response" - Section 3: Independent Practice


I like to conference with students during guided reading groups. This gives me an opportunity to assess where students are individually as well as offer one on one help to students as needed. It also gives me a chance to challenge students who need a little more and to address any problems that students may have on a more individualized basis.

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"Writing a Response"

Unit 6: Setting A Purpose to Read
Lesson 7 of 7

Objective: SWBAT explain their point of view.

Big Idea: Students will be able to read a story and respond to it based on what they think of the story, the characters, and events.

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