Reflection: Standards Alignment Importance of Parts of Fictional Text - Section 1: Video overview of my lessons


This standard is tough. Not just to teach, but to find resources that give the kids some fun practice with it. My kids enjoy reading our novels and chatting about it, but I want to give them more real-world application of the standard. As with everything, I probably just need to give it time, but I feel like I could do so much more with this. 

  Tough Standard
  Standards Alignment: Tough Standard
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Importance of Parts of Fictional Text

Unit 6: A Plot To Create Better Readers...
Lesson 7 of 8

Objective: SWBAT understand that chapters, paragraphs and parts of a story have importance and the author places them there for a reason.

Big Idea: What would the Wizard of Oz have been with Dorothy traveling to Oz?

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English / Language Arts, inference, chapter
  20 minutes
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