Reflection: ELL Students Turnips and Tree Maps - Section 3: Extend Understanding


Thinking maps are widely used in our district.  Not only do they help students plan, but this particular thinking map also helps me to review the words and usage of the words ‘is’ and ‘has’ with my second language learners.  It addresses reading, writing, speaking and listening standards!

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Turnips and Tree Maps

Unit 15: Stick to It
Lesson 1 of 5

Objective: SWBAT read a folktale and listen for how the characters persevere to find success. SWBAT complete one half of a tree map describing what a turnip ‘is.’

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