Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Theme: The Stone (Day 1) - Section 1: Activator: Homework Review


Never pass up an opportunity to address a problem and engage the whole class in a discussion when you see that a number of students are struggling with a concept. It's time well spent. The last thing you want to do is allow an erroneous idea or method to become embedded in the their minds. It may put you off track time-wise for this class but you (and they) will reap the benefits in time to come.

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Theme: The Stone (Day 1)

Unit 13: Theme: A Mini Unit
Lesson 4 of 7

Objective: SWBAT read and demonstrate comprehension a short story, with a special focus on making inferences about its theme.

Big Idea: If you could wish for anything what would it be?

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