Reflection: Pacing Mom Is Amazing! Infer What Happens! - Section 4: Teacher's Turn


When we talk about schema, the kids open up with lots of great stories. There's a fine line for pacing. This is a cute personal story my student shared about when she got lost, but I had her keep it short and referred her example back to the idea of the lesson. Kids love to share stories and it can get out of hand, if they all have their hand up to tell their own take on the idea. Give kids a voice and let them share, but also let them know that if they can't share today or at that time, you'll give them a chance later.

  Pacing: sharing personal story
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Mom Is Amazing! Infer What Happens!

Unit 13: Inference-What Do You Already Know and How Does the Text Help You?
Lesson 3 of 16

Objective: SWBAT use the text and illustrations to make inferences about the characters, setting and plot.

Big Idea: Mom helps Hazel!! Can you infer how she is amazing?

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English / Language Arts, Special Education, Reading, Literature, 2nd Grade, inference, Pigeon, Mo Willems
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