Reflection: Shared Expectations Pictures Can Tell the Story - Section 3: Assessment


I am amazed that in such a short time, many of the children have changed how they look at books in my classroom.  They are approaching books as readers--looking at details, analyzing, discussing, instead of flipping through pages.  Wow!

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Pictures Can Tell the Story

Unit 12: Beginning Literacy
Lesson 6 of 16

Objective: SWBAT develop independent reading skills by using the illustrations. Student objective: I can read and retell a story by looking at the pictures.

Big Idea: There are different ways to read a book.

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