End of Unit Assessment, Part 2: Final Draft of Literary Analysis

Row, row, row, row four. Classmates take a look at row four in the writing rubric and begin the exercise by identifying any unfamiliar words. Literary scholars then use feedback from their initial drafts and the writing rubric to begin writing the final drafts of their essays for the end of unit assessment. 

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas
  • Allow learners to work in groups to define words they do not know
Classroom Considerations
  • Final lesson in the 20-part Grade 6 ELA Module 1, Unit 2
  • Requires completing previous lessons
Pros
  • Includes a list of vocabulary to teach with the lesson
  • Offers ideas for meeting the needs of struggling readers
Cons
  • None