Reflection: Student Ownership Let's Wrap It Up - Section 2: Independent Practice


Even though I’d modeled writing a statement, one student decided to take a risk and write a concluding question. The concluding statement is not perfect, but I encourage risk-taking, which isn't easy for my second-language learners. Their writing is pretty formulaic. This shows growth in her writing.

  Student Ownership: Question or Statement?
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Let's Wrap It Up

Unit 10: Reading Informational Text
Lesson 10 of 15

Objective: SWBAT provide a concluding statement in an informational paragraph.

Big Idea: Instead of ending a piece of writing abruptly, students learn to wrap it up with a concluding statement.

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