Reflection: Gradual Release What's all the Hubbub, Bub? - Section 3: Guided Practice


Having the students work to sort and identify the types of conflict immediately after taking the notes worked out very well.  The students used their notes as a resource, checking to see if the conflict would fall under the category.  The students had great discussion during the activity about the conflicts and were able to reason their decisions for sorting the conflict the way they did. 

There were a few groups who finished with plenty of time to spare.  I ended up having these students rewrite some of the conflicts to change the type.  I did this because these students didn't struggle with labeling and this would be a good opportunity to continue their progression and growth.  This ended up working out very well and it sparked good discussion on how it would affect the plot of a story if the conflict were changed. 


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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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