Reflection: Student Ownership The Legend of King Arthur Day 1 of 3 - Independent Reading - Section 3: Independent Reading


Since I teach seniors who must be college and career ready in a few months, I think it's important to provide opportunities for students to own their learning.  I have been teaching them strategies to comprehend complex texts all year, such as summarizing, close reading, and going back to the text for clarification.  This assignment gives them the opportunity to practice those strategies independently.

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The Legend of King Arthur Day 1 of 3 - Independent Reading

Unit 4: The King Arthur Legend
Lesson 1 of 3

Objective: SWBAT show understanding of the King Arthur Legend through summarizing key events and answering comprehension questions.

Big Idea: “Our own heart, and not other men's opinions, forms our true honor.” ― Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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