Reflection: Checks for Understanding How Does a Turnip Flow? - Section 2: Interact with Text


This activity is done whole group and is really setting the stage for a formative sequencing assessment that is done later in the week with this same story where kids will sequence and retell independently.  The standard of retelling stories is important because students are learning that events happen is a specific order and that order is important to understanding the reading. This will cross over to nonfiction, as well.  

  Setting the stage
  Checks for Understanding: Setting the stage
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How Does a Turnip Flow?

Unit 15: Stick to It
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: SWBAT sequence character appearance in the story into flow map form. SWBAT talk off the map..

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