Reflection: Pacing Night of the Twisters: Analyzing Multiple Points of View - Section 4: Independent Practice


We did not get to independent practice today because my ELL co-teacher got a new student and had to test her.  We did our social studies lesson (which we usually don't do on Tuesday because we have double specials and team meeting) instead of going on to our independent rotations.  We will have independent rotations as usual tomorrow.  

  Did not accomplish today
  Pacing: Did not accomplish today
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Night of the Twisters: Analyzing Multiple Points of View

Unit 7: Nature's Fury - Part III
Lesson 1 of 12

Objective: SWBAT analyze multiple accounts of a tornado in "Night of the Twisters".

Big Idea: How would a child, left alone to babysit a sibling, describe a tornado?

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