Reflection: Connection to Prior Knowledge What's all the Hubbub, Bub? - Section 1: Advanced Organizer


I ended up using the reinforcement activity.  This handout took a little more prompting than I had intended it to take.  My goal was for the students to recall the skill from the previous lesson and apply it to the advanced organizer.  They struggled with identifying the indirect character traits on their own.  Once I underlined the text, they were able to infer the trait with ease, but for them to identify the text on their own took a little more prompting than I had hoped. 

I will keep working on this skill.  Once we start our novel, we will be exposed to a lot of indirect characterization that I can use to continue to develop the skill. 

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What's all the Hubbub, Bub?

Unit 2: Unit 1: Part II- Analyzing Text
Lesson 2 of 10

Objective: Students will be able to analyze multiple text working to identify the types of conflict.

Big Idea: Students join forces with their groups to get things all sorted out!

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