Reflection: Adjustments to Practice Learning How To Use Graphic Representations - Section 3: Independent Practice


I have adjusted the student work in order to improve the lesson.  You can see in later parts of the lesson as I analyze the work that the pictures are bunched up on the number line badly.  I have gone back and changed the number lines so there is more room in between the numbers.  I also decreased the size of the animal pictures.  This will allow the students to have better placement of the pictures on the number line.  If there is better placement, they can read the number line better, and be able to answer questions I may have for them. They will have to read the number line in order to answer my questions and this is what my intention was with the lesson.

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  Adjustments to Practice: Improving the Student Work
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Learning How To Use Graphic Representations

Unit 15: Nonfiction Text Features
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: SWBAT use a graphic representation and apply the information to demonstrate their understanding of key details from the text. SWBAT use their graphic representation to answer comprehension questions.

Big Idea: Why is it important to put events in the correct time order? Come on and find out!

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English / Language Arts, Nonfiction Text Features
  40 minutes
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