Reflection: Exit Tickets Stuart Little Book Study Chapters 13 to 15 - Section 3: Closure


Students completed the reading and discussion of the book Stuart Little during this lesson.  Stuart has many adventures on his journey in the book.  Students were provided an opportunity to write summaries of what they felt was the main idea, supporting details, and conclusion of the story.  Students identified themes of the importance of family relationships, challenges of growing up, loyalty, friendship, and having an active imagination.

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Stuart Little Book Study Chapters 13 to 15

Unit 15: Stuart Little
Lesson 5 of 8

Objective: SWBAT participate in a book study of chapters 13 to 15 of E.B. White's book Stuart Little and write a summary of the book.

Big Idea: Students will answer text-based questions, discuss Tier 2 vocabulary, and write a summary of the book Stuart Little by E.B. White.

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English / Language Arts, Literature, Fictional Literature, Stuart Little by E.B. White, text, summary, Accountable Talk
  60 minutes
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