Reflection: Complex Tasks What Did You Say? - Section 3: Partner Work


This group still did not get what I want them to understand. The Below Basic Student Work Students in the video saw that the difference between the text was the length.  I want them to see that that the authors sometimes use dialogue and sometimes use narrators to show who is telling a story and their point of view.  I think that I need to do more explicit modeling to ensure that students understand what they are supposed to be working on.

The students in the Proficient Student Work were able to take a quote from Mr.Popper's Penguin's and state the character's point of view.  But, when I ask them to extend their thinking they were not able to do so.  I think it was because I did not give them enough time, but you can see I am flexible and this is okay.  I try to keep the students realizing that learning is a progress and if they do not get completely finished it is okay.

  Complex Tasks: Comprehension
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What Did You Say?

Unit 2: Point of View
Lesson 4 of 9

Objective: SWBAT determine who is telling certain parts in a text and describe their point of view.

Big Idea: This lesson builds on determining who is speaking in a story and what their point of view is by introducing different ways authors show us character point of view.

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