Reflection: Flexibility The 'How's and 'Why's of Literature - Section 6: Share What You've Learned


As the students finished their project, I reflected that there is just too much writing with this lesson, as evidenced by this student project. I changed the plans to include just a word or two on the hands project (the kids loved tracing their hands) instead of a full sentence.  You could also have the kids come up to the front and just read their answers in order.  That would alleviate some of the writing, but still make it a good activity to review the plot of the story and how it changed.

  Flexibility: Too much writing
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The 'How's and 'Why's of Literature

Unit 9: Questioning - Get to the Heart of the Text!!
Lesson 13 of 15

Objective: SWBAT use the illustrations and words in a story to show how the plot develops.

Big Idea: The pictures and words help us answer questions about the plot.

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English / Language Arts, Special Education, Reading, Listening and Speaking, 2nd Grade, illustration, The Kissing Hand, Reading Strategies, illustration, plot, beginning/middle/end
  55 minutes
a pocket full of kisses
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