Interpreting and Connecting Information: Creating a Cascading Consequence Chart Using Frightful’s Mountain

This Interpreting and Connecting Information: Creating a Cascading Consequence Chart Using Frightful’s Mountain lesson plan also includes:

Decisions, decisions. Scholars take a close look at making decisions by discussing the character Sam in chapters one through eight of Frightful’s Mountain. Partners discuss whether Sam should interact with Frightful and then complete a consequence chart of the actions. The groups then gather for a fishbowl discussion of the text. 

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas
  • Before beginning the lesson, discuss methods of making tough decisions
Classroom Considerations
  • Lesson 9 of 13 in Grade 6 ELA Module 4, Unit 1
  • Complete lessons in order
  • Create partner groups in advance
  • Video used for the assessment is no longer available, but other videos on DDT will work as well
Pros
  • Offers a reflective exit ticket
  • Includes fishbowl activity directions and protocol
Cons
  • None
Common Core