Reflection: Routines and Procedures F451 Reading Assignment 3: Day 2 - Section 2: Independent Practice


There are many potential reasons behind why I choose to sit at a certain table, and other times, I am simply trying to equitably divide my time and perceived attention among the various table groups. This helps me to better avoid reinforcing perceptions and responses that students might have if I am at one table more often than another. These perceptions range from, "That's the bad kid table" to, "He likes them the best." While these perceptions may seem relatively benign, they can  fester and grow without ever becoming evident until it is too late. Better safe than sorry, I say. 

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F451 Reading Assignment 3: Day 2

Unit 5: Fahrenheit 451 - Novel Study
Lesson 11 of 16

Objective: Students will apply language and reading comprehension skills as they read each section of the novel, while continuing to build upon current skill set and abilities.

Big Idea: Seeking Truth Is Like Trying To Catch Sand In A Sieve

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English / Language Arts, Reading, symbolism (Literary Terms), theme, fahrenheit 451, the sieve and the sand, anticipation
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