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In Reader's Workshop, we are at the end of our read aloud, The False Prince. This has been an exciting book to read for the students as they have had to collect many clues along the way to try and figure out the twist at the end. This book is part of a trilogy. Look for many students to be running to the library wanting to find the next edition. While we enjoy our book, students continue to read their independent reading books while focusing on conflict/problem as well as point of view. This week, we discussed how the point of view that a writer writes in affects the way a reader enjoys the story.
Next week, we begin looking at our Great American project and begin introductions of time periods and people.
Have a wonderful weekend!
Optional 5th grade Conferences Scheduled Apr.4-6