Reflection: Rigor Lights, Camera, Action! - Section 2: Guided practice


You can see that at the end of the video clip showing our Guess the Verb game, I forgot to prompt the student to give me a complete sentence. Having students always answer in complete sentences improves their writing and gives additional practice to English learners. I need to constantly remind myself and my students, until it is a truly firmly established habit. 

  Ooops! It's hard to always prompt for complete sentences.
  Rigor: Ooops! It's hard to always prompt for complete sentences.
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Lights, Camera, Action!

Unit 3: Language and Foundational skills
Lesson 1 of 7

Objective: SWBAT identify the verb in a sentence and formulate their own complete sentence when given a verb.

Big Idea: If they understand the elements of a sentence, they can build richer language.

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