Mrs. Tuttle's CAP Class ~ Shields Elementary
October 8, 2015
Literature Webs are an advanced organizer that was created by our Literary Reflections Curriculum. The 5 sections on the web require students to think critically of the text in order to successfully complete each section. On the back of the web are specific questions to be asked when completing the web. As we progress through the year, I'm excited to see the depth of responses grow.
The first set of graded Literature Webs are coming home this week. The rubric that was used to grade the webs is attached. These rubrics will be used consistently so students understand what is expected and will know what they need to do when they improve the next time they TRY! There is definitely room for improvement for everybody. We have discussed each section in class and are completing some webs together for continued practice. My goal is to grade one Literature Web every 1-2 weeks so we can track our progress.
We've been practicing our writing skills as we started our blogs. Check them out! www.kidblog.org/class/mrsuttlescapclass
Service Learning Project
October is Bullying Prevention Month
Fish in a Tree
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Thursday, Oct. 15th, 3:30-6:30pm
910 Shields Avenue
- gallon baggies
- snack size baggies
- quart size baggies
- small sticky notes (the small squares or rectangles)