Reflection: Flexibility Analyze Parts of a Plot Diagram (Day 1 of 2). - Section 3: Student Learning Activity


Is it Relevant?

Because many of my students were aware of this scandal and not the television program, Law and Order, they were consequently very engaged. This just reminds me of the importance of relevancy in teaching especially struggling learners.  I think I will be more aware of asking myself this question before writing my lessons, " Is this lesson relevant to my students lives? And if not how can I making it more meaningful?" .

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Analyze Parts of a Plot Diagram (Day 1 of 2).

Unit 11: Themes: The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: SWBAT learn how to complete a plot diagram buy analyzing a teacher created model and completing a short assessment.

Big Idea: How does plot motivate the action in a story?

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