Reflection: Student Feedback Story Annotation - Section 3: Guided Practice - Collaboration


Students have shared in the past that there are times when they feel intimidated to ask questions about annotation or the text itself that we were working on, for fear of looking dumb in front of the class. In order to honor this feedback, with a text that I think may fall into such a category for some kids, I provide the kids with the opportunity to support one another in better understanding the text in a smaller environment. 

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Story Annotation

Unit 8: "Story Of An Hour"
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: Students will annotate the story, analyzing the elements of literature present such as theme, character, and plot development.

Big Idea: Read #2 & It Is Becoming Clearer Still

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