Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Who Is The Most Afraid? - Section 3: Writing Activity


The students show comprehension of the story parts and how their order by completing the template.  One student did not put a monster being chased by the bee as the end of the story.  She drew the three little girls, the store keeper and the bee.  Her explaination was that" at the end they were all happy the monster was scared away."

The CCS for kinder are laying the foundation for ELA skills in the upper grades.  We retell a story with details, characters, setting and events.  The CCS for upper grades are much more precise.  The students have to go back to the text and find the answers and give accurate, detailed retells using different types of genres.  I get to introduce this skill using fun texts and fun activities.

  I can show who is afraid
  Developing a Conceptual Understanding: I can show who is afraid
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Who Is The Most Afraid?

Unit 1: Are You Afraid?
Lesson 5 of 5

Objective: SWBAT retell the story by using the Beginning/Middle/End template.

Big Idea: Let's sequence the story using the three main story events.

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English / Language Arts, Reading, Reading Comprehension
  35 minutes
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