Hot Seating – Retelling and Sequencing

Topic: Retelling and Sequencing  CLI Strategy: Hot Seating  Subject: ELA Grade: Lower Elementary  Students will be able to: Take on the role of a character to answer questions about what happened in a story and in what order. Procedure: Ask students to imagine that a reporter is going to interview a character from the story. Brainstorm … Continue reading Hot Seating – Retelling and Sequencing

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Hot Seating – Biography

Topic: Biography  CLI Strategy: Hot Seating  Subject: ELA Grade: Upper Elementary  Students will be able to: Take on a role and use their knowledge of a historical figure to explore ideas around the figure's life and impact on their community and history.  Procedure: Brainstorm questions with the class that students would want to ask the historical figure. Choose … Continue reading Hot Seating – Biography

Hot Seating – Comparing Fantasy and Reality

Topic: Genre - Comparing Fantasy and Reality  CLI Strategy: Hot Seating  Subject: ELA  Grade: PK, K Students will be able to: answer questions in role to compare fantasy and reality  Procedure: Read an expository text or discuss what students know about dinosaurs. Read If the Dinosaurs Came Back Hot seat (interview) a group of dinosaurs. Have them think about what it's … Continue reading Hot Seating – Comparing Fantasy and Reality

Character X-Ray and Hot Seating – Analyzing a Persuasive Essay or Speech

Topic: Analyzing a Persuasive Essay or Speech  CLI Strategy: Character X-Ray and Hot Seating  Subject: ELA - Reading  Grade: Middle/High Students will be able to: Analyze the rhetoric and tactics used in writing a persuasive essay or speech. Procedure Character X-Ray  Print out the essay or speech. Have students break apart and cut up the essay … Continue reading Character X-Ray and Hot Seating – Analyzing a Persuasive Essay or Speech