Reflection: Student Ownership The Great Big Enormous Turnip 5 - Section 3: Extend Understanding


The emergent reader is great for addressing many areas of the standards.  It allows me to see if kids are getting the basics of tracking and return sweep when reading.  I can also see if they are applying their learning by reading basic CVC words/simple words and sight words with little or no assistance.

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The Great Big Enormous Turnip 5

Unit 15: Stick to It
Lesson 5 of 5

Objective: SWBAT sequence events of The Great Big Enormous Turnip. SWBAT read with guidance and emergent reader based on the story.

Big Idea: Perseverance pays off!

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