Reflection: Station Rotation Students At Work: End of Unit Review Workstations - Section 1: Introduction and Expectations


I often wonder if the extra planning and time I put in to workstations is worth it. I decided to ask my kids for their input and they all said they couldn't imagine class without them. I've provided a few students' views on workstations and how they help them. Most only focused on the fun while learning aspect. I enjoy having the small group time to work with students who need that small group support. It's also nice to have the flexibility to meet with all levels of learners. 

  Station Rotation: Student Views of Workstations
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Students At Work: End of Unit Review Workstations

Unit 3: Tearing Into Informational Text Part II
Lesson 10 of 12

Objective: SWBAT use knowledge of text structures and nonfiction text to complete activities in a small group setting

Big Idea: Synthesizing knowledge is important when preparing for the end of a unit!

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English / Language Arts, Nonfiction (Reading), Comprehension (Reading), summarizing, synthesis, text structures, informational text, interactive notebook
  50 minutes
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