Reflection: Connection to Prior Knowledge Conflict: Internal and External - Section 3: Identify the Conflict


The second video I decided to show was a Toy Story clip showing Buzz and Woody fighting. This one came up numerous times when I was searching Character Vs Character conflict. I thought they would enjoy it as a close to the lesson. 

They had a great discussion to wrap up the lesson and how character vs character conflict can sometimes turn into character vs self. I was impressed with the discussion and the cartoon clip made more kids interested. They had discussion with their neighbor and added their thoughts. 

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  Connection to Prior Knowledge: Fun at the End
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Conflict: Internal and External

Unit 10: Story Elements
Lesson 9 of 10

Objective: SWBAT categorize and give examples of internal and external conflicts. They will be able to identify it in a story and give evidence for it.

Big Idea: Conflict can be the best part of great stories. Students will practice using the vocabulary of internal and external to determine conflicts within stories both new and known.

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English / Language Arts, Reading, Fiction (Reading), plot conflict, internal vs external
  17 minutes
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