Reflection: ELL Students My Life as an Elf: Point of View - Section 3: Tell Me as an Elf


This sharing of ideas might seem counter productive to having them come up with original ideas. This creative process is not easy for all kids. The kids that are good with creating already have come up with their thoughts and are set to write about them.

This sharing allows students that are ELL or special needs to compare what they are thinking to what others are answering. It gives them a chance to confirm or change their thoughts by only being a part of the conversation and listening. 

  Confirmation or Change
  ELL Students: Confirmation or Change
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My Life as an Elf: Point of View

Unit 15: Holiday Lessons Throughout the Year
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: SWBAT write a small narrative that expresses what their life might be like as an elf.

Big Idea: A fun Christmas activity to help practice writing a narrative through a different point of view. Students will get the chance to be creative and have some fun while writing.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Reading, Christmas, point of view
  34 minutes
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