Reflection: Trust and Respect Organizing the Closet: Right Side Interactive Notebook Activity - Section 2: Arranging the Closet: Completing the Foldable


I love that I can let my students fulfill their needs as they see fit.  I can't do this in the hallway or at lunch because they are out of my environment, but in my classroom, they know what the expectations are and they know what they need to achieve at the level they're capable of. Now, that is not to say that I don't write on every report card, "Can do better" or "Needs to work harder".  I make those comments to push my kiddos to levels they don't even know exist.  

What I do mean is that within the walls of my classroom they feel safe enough to question and advocate for what they need to be successful.  I love to see that- I hope that carries over for my students into higher levels of schooling and into their lives beyond school.  

  Reflection: Letting Students Be in Charge
  Trust and Respect: Reflection: Letting Students Be in Charge
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Organizing the Closet: Right Side Interactive Notebook Activity

Unit 18: Read It and Rate It: A Real Life Look at Persuasive Writing
Lesson 2 of 6

Objective: SWBAT identify the key words necessary to understanding fact and opinion.

Big Idea: Understanding fact and opinion is necessary to identifying bias in texts.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Persuasive Writing, fact and opinion, foldable, Interactive Student Notebook
  65 minutes
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