Rebecca Wiggins
Response to Lesson Plan
Sat Jun 6, 2015 13:00

I really like your lesson plan. I think it is a great example of the CAR emergent reader lesson plan that we learned about in this week's lectures. I think it is great that you have allotted time at the end of the lesson for the students to make connections to their own lives through drawing. Drawing can eventually become an avenue to introduce writing into your lessons. One suggestion I would make would be to give specific questions for substitute teachers to ask if they are not familiar with the CAR format and the types of questions that should be asked to promote thinking and comprehension. Overall I think this is a great lesson!

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    • ASU 4+1 Reply - Chelsea King, Sat Jun 6 23:18
      I thought your lesson plan was great! After student teaching in a classroom for children with Autism, I truly loved your goal and thought it was very appropriate for your student described. Your... more
    • Student Teacher's Lesson Plan reply - Hayden Porter, Sat Jun 6 23:05
      There's so much good stuff in this lesson plan. I love the book you chose to work with, a great choice for the students you described. The way you broke the students up into reading groups based on... more
    • ASU 4+1 Reply - Ali Carr, Sat Jun 6 13:10
      I really enjoyed reading your lesson plan. I liked how you split up the students into groups and gave them a book based on their reading level. I think that this is a great way to positively teach... more
    • Response to Lesson Plan - Rebecca Wiggins, Sat Jun 6 13:00
      • reply rebecca wiggins - rognstadgr, Sun Jun 7 17:10
        You make a very good point. It would have been good to provide the substitute with additional information about the CAR method! Thank you for the feed back!!
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