Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Let's Watch Lincoln - Section 3: Extend Understanding


Young writers write better when they have a concrete reference.  For this writing, the concrete reference is their verbalization of their sentence to me before they write.  I add the step of verbalizing what they are going to write to set the stage for efficiency.  When they know what they are going to write, I have found that students are actively engaged from the start and use their time more wisely.

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Let's Watch Lincoln

Unit 12: Washington and Lincoln
Lesson 4 of 5

Objective: SWBAT answer text dependent questions from a video about Abraham Lincoln.

Big Idea: Lincoln is an important figure in American history.

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