Reflection: Rigor How Does Wemberly Change? - Section 3: Partner Practice


This being the beginning of the year and many of my students were low level and nonreaders, the stories they were using aren't very complex. Some of my partner pairs chose books that did not have much of a character development due to the lower level of the book.  I would change this section of the lesson where instead of using their own books I would have them apply the skill to another read aloud. I would choose an enriching and more complex text that students would listen to. Then they would record their information from the read aloud.


  Rigor: Book Choices
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How Does Wemberly Change?

Unit 2: Wemberly Worried
Lesson 4 of 4

Objective: SWBAT determine how a character changes from the beginning to the end of the story

Big Idea: How does a character change throughout the story?

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Reading, Wemberly Worried, character change
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