Reflection: Lesson Planning And So We Begin... - Section 1: Video of my plot lessons


Once I got through these lessons, it would still evident that my kiddos need more practice with determining the main problem and solution and then determining the climax. We'll be hitting character conflicts soon, so I think that will pull some things together for them, but I also want to give them more workstations to practice. I also want to throw in some Socratic Seminars for them to really discuss the parts of a story. 

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And So We Begin...

Unit 6: A Plot To Create Better Readers...
Lesson 2 of 8

Objective: SWBAT understand that fiction has one specific text structure called the plot.

Big Idea: Did you ever notice that all stories seem to be structured the same way? Here's a glimpse into my unit.

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