Reflection: Student Grouping Mythology Reading Groups, Day 3 - Section 2: Time to Read


The strong readers have the opportunity to develop skills by explaining their thinking and by leading a peer to deeper understanding without just giving away the answers. You may notice that those in need of support are more apt to employ strategies modeled by peers, even if it is the exact same thing you do!

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Mythology Reading Groups, Day 3

Unit 11: Mythology
Lesson 8 of 16

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate understanding of a myth by applying comprehension strategies and identify the common characteristics in a myth by citing specific details. Students explain how a story’s plot unfolds and how the characters respond.

Big Idea: Ever wonder how the constellation Orion came to be? Here’s your chance to find out.

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