Reflection: Modeling Using Textual Evidence - Lesson 1 of Cinder Book Two - Section 2: Lesson


AlthoughI could easily write a perfect model response, I prefer to use student examples when possible. Not only does this show that I value their work, but the authenticity of the models make them more accessible to other students.  At the same time student models always present a unique way of approaching the answer.

Anther plus... minor flaws present a teachable moments.

  Why use student models?
  Modeling: Why use student models?
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Using Textual Evidence - Lesson 1 of Cinder Book Two

Unit 3: Literary Reading - "Sooner or later, everything old is new again." Part 2
Lesson 1 of 6

Objective: SWBAT learn from mistakes made on a previous assessment in order to improve their understanding of both the concept and how to demonstrate it.

Big Idea: Lack of sufficient evidence is a crime.

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