Reflection: Checks for Understanding Frog and Toad Are Friends - The Letter - Section 3: Letter Writing


     I wanted to assess my student's work and see how well they understood how to write a friendly letter.  I have some samples of my student's work and a video narrative on what I thought about the work samples.  You can view this video here in the resource section.

  Checks for Understanding: Analyzing Student's Work
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Frog and Toad Are Friends - The Letter

Unit 3: Frog and Toad Are Friends
Lesson 5 of 5

Objective: SWBAT describe the characters in the story and also write a friendly letter from Frog or Toad's perspective.

Big Idea: Students will use the events from the entire book in their friendly letter. They will write their letter pretending to be either Frog or Toad.

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