Reflection: Student Led Inquiry A Sword Is Stuck In The Rock! Make Inferences About the Plot - Section 5: Students Take a Turn


As I continue to teach more and more reading strategies, I am excited to see the kids bring knowledge to the text. They are predicting to anticipate events, using imaging to 'see' what is happening and making great connections. When I see them using these reading strategies, I 'call them out' on this. I want the other kids to hear these great models and see that while we read, we should continue to use multiple strategies to deepen the comprehension of text.  In this example, a student make a great connection to Social Studies. This shows me that she understands what is happening in the text we are reading and can generalize those ideas across the curriculum.

  Student Led Inquiry: Deeper comprehension - adding other reading strategies
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A Sword Is Stuck In The Rock! Make Inferences About the Plot

Unit 13: Inference-What Do You Already Know and How Does the Text Help You?
Lesson 11 of 16

Objective: SWBAT ask and answer questions about the plot of a story, using information from the text and schema, to make inferences about the story elements.

Big Idea: King Arthur! A Sword in a Rock! Let's Infer What Happened By Asking Questions!

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English / Language Arts, Special Education, Reading, fable, 2nd Grade, story elements, questioning, inference, The Sword and the Stone
  55 minutes
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