Reflection: Checks for Understanding Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday - Section 3: Go to Work


This is the first time I've used this strategy with this class. I will need to go slow so that they understand the process. If a child can't think of a question to ask, I can formulate the questions they will ask.  I can alternate between inside kiddos asking and outside kiddos asking. 

  First time for inner/outer circles
  Checks for Understanding: First time for inner/outer circles
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Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday

Unit 3: "RICH" Literature and Information About Money!
Lesson 1 of 6

Objective: SWBAT practice asking and answering the five W's and H questions to review key details in the text.

Big Idea: This book provides a "rich" opportunity to examine key details in a text

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