Reflection: Relevance Punctuation Party - Section 3: Book Search


This might seem like an activity that would be fairly easy for them. I like when my students can move and get excited while in the middle of a lesson. It helps to reset their attention, and allows them to listen longer. I also think it is important that they immediately see that different types of punctuation are found throughout the books they are reading. Most of them are not aware of some the other punctuation marks, like ellipses and hyphens. 

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Punctuation Party

Unit 11: Grammar Lessons
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: SWBAT locate, and read different types of punctuation within a text to help build reading fluency.

Big Idea: While reading students often forget the importance of punctuation. This lesson pays attention to the different types of punctuation and their use in a reading text.

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