Reflection: Unit Planning Time and Place for Everything - Section 1: My Video Overview


This is another place where I have been slowly collecting resources to help me teach my mini-lessons. I know I have my reading textbook, but many times those stories are too long to teach my concept in 15 minutes, so I like to find smaller pieces for my mini-lesson purposes. Then when we get into workstations or reader's workshop, they can read the longer texts and apply my lesson to those longer pieces of text.

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Time and Place for Everything

Unit 6: A Plot To Create Better Readers...
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: SWBAT understand that settings can change throughout the story and they have a significance within the story.

Big Idea: You're at home and mom walks in. She had a bad day. Does the setting change? You better believe it does!

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English / Language Arts, setting, compare and contrast
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