Reflection: ELL Students How Does the Character Respond to Events? Day 1 of 2 - Section 4: Guided Activity


I use the graphic organizer to scaffold student understanding of Yoon's development. I use it because I work with English Language Learners, and they benefit from visuals. One possibility to follow up after the rereading and help students solidify their understanding is to gather the students on the rug and discuss the story further with the question: How is Yoon responding to being in a new school, a new country?

Then have students respond in their journals to this question, which will allow them to synthesize what they learned using the graphic organizer and create a lasting understanding of the story's key ideas and details.

  Scaffolding with the Graphic Organizer
  ELL Students: Scaffolding with the Graphic Organizer
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How Does the Character Respond to Events? Day 1 of 2

Unit 14: My Name is Yoon
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: SWBAT ask and answer questions to determine how the main character responds to challenging events.

Big Idea: A CAT, a BIRD, and a CUPCAKE ... What do all these things have to do with YOON?

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