Reflection: Organizational Systems Myth Reading Groups: Time to Show What You Know! - Section 2: Test Time


Because I allow students to the take apart the packet while working, I suggest that they write a heading on each page so nothing gets lost. An index card with directions for re-stapling the packet and a stapler are left next to the bin for finished work. This saves me a great deal of time once I sit down to grade them.

  So much paper!
  Organizational Systems: So much paper!
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Myth Reading Groups: Time to Show What You Know!

Unit 11: Mythology
Lesson 15 of 16

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate in writing comprehension of Greek mythology by identifying the characteristics that commonly appear in myths. Students include direct evidence from the text to support claims.

Big Idea: Ever wonder why peacocks have fancy tails with designs that look like shiny eyes? Read this myth to find out.

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