How can we use the Key Concepts to ask a variety of deep and meaningful questions?
We are using the book Lulu and the Brontosaurus to track character traits, while finding evidence to support our ideas. Lulu is a bit of a bratty, stubborn, annoying character so far!
In writing, we began the week by starting to plan our our narrative writing pieces. To start, we drew simple comic of our plot outlines and then we moved on to writing leads for our stories.
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Using the world happiness index, you will investigate what "well-being" looks like around the world, and also, some of the contributing factors to it.
Check out some of the links below to start your inquiry. Don't forget to take notes, and jot down any vocabulary that you think is important or that you would like to know more about.
1. What is a lead?
2. Why is it important to have a good lead?
2. What are some specific examples of good leads?
3. What kind of leads would you like to try in your writing?
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Today we reviewed ways in which we can summarize the stories we read, a great way to check for comprehension! The Whale strategy is one way which emphasizes stories that start with a great hook, and finishes with a cliff hanger or a surprise.
While reading Jumanji today, a huge thunder storm began! It made the story so much more exciting,a and the students felt like they were right in the middle of the story!
Check out some of the student comprehension work below!
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