Reflection: Relevance What did I do? You do? He/ She do? Right Side Interactive Notebook Activity - Section 2: Three Sections- Three Stories


I think any time you can use the students' real life, it increases their engagement and strengthens their learning.  My school has 62 different cultures and 18 different languages so we don't all spend Thanksgiving weekend in the same way.  It was interesting for the students to hear how others spent their time.  This lesson can still be used even if it's not Thanksgiving- just choose an event that is real for your students.  Let them tell about themselves and share.  I tell students' parents all the time- increased engagement leads to increased achievement!!

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What did I do? You do? He/ She do? Right Side Interactive Notebook Activity

Unit 17: The Science of Reading: Paired Reading Selections
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: SWBAT change point of view between text that they write.

Big Idea: Being able to change point of view in text will help students begin to understand how point of view impacts the story line in a text.

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Social Studies, English / Language Arts, Reading, Comprehension (Reading), Nonfiction (Reading), point of view, Interactive Student Notebook, When Charlie McButton Lost Power
  40 minutes
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