Reflection: Connection to Prior Knowledge Eat Your Peas, Louise! - Section 3: Assessment


The children seemed to like writing about the things they liked and do not like.  Although the directions did not say that the children had to focus on a food item, most of the children did so.  I think that may have been based on the example that I made.  The writing page was designed in a way so that the children could spell out the popcorn words (beginning sight words) by writing one letter on each of the blanks.

  Connection to Prior Knowledge: Things I Like
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Eat Your Peas, Louise!

Unit 10: Making a Reading and Writing Connection
Lesson 1 of 13

Objective: SWBAT to take an idea from a story that has been read to them and create a piece of narrative writing from it. Student Objective: I can write a story about what things I like best.

Big Idea: When we read, we get ideas that can help us to start writing.

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