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Jordan Seagraves
Feedback for CCCTI Lesson Plan
Sat Jun 6, 2015 13:28

Give a Glow: I really think you did a nice job thinking through some of the comprehension questions. Some of the questions are very simple and straight forward comprehension and others require making some inferences or more thought put behind them. I really think you explained the settings really well and having the students split into groups like you did is a good way for this particular lesson. I also like that you mentioned that the two groups with an ASD student in them will require more teachers assistance.

Give a Grow: I think this book my be a little too hard for an Emergent reader. From my understanding you are working on just having students comment to you about something in the text or pictures of the book or teaching them the basics like book handling skills.

Question: I might have missed the grade level. What grade are you planning on teaching this for?

  • CCCTI Cohort - Britt Hatcher, Sat Jun 6 12:16
    Sarah Baier, Britt Hatcher, Angie Helton, Amy Hildebran. Here is the link to our Lesson Plan.... more
    • CCCTI Cohort Lesson feedback - andersenal, Sat Jun 6 19:49
      Glow: I think that the book and focus was well-suited for the students with ASD. You mentioned how neither of them had many friends so I loved that the focus of the lesson was about why friendship is ... more
    • Please Note - Britt Hatcher, Sat Jun 6 16:40
      Please note that this lesson plan is for the entire class not just for the individual ASD student
    • Feedback for CCCTI Cohort Lesson Plan - brigmanhd, Sat Jun 6 15:33
      Glow: First off, there were many great things about your lesson. I really liked that you gave detailed background knowledge about individuals with ASD in addition to specific characteristics of the... more
    • Re: CCCTI Cohort - lavertyse, Sat Jun 6 15:13
      Give a Glow: There were a few things I liked about your lesson plan. I liked how you wanted to lesson to focus on teaching idioms. We learned that idioms are hard for students with ASD to understand, ... more
    • Feedback for CCCTI Lesson Plan - Jordan Seagraves, Sat Jun 6 13:28
      • Try Again - Britt Hatcher, Sat Jun 6 13:32
        Hi, Look to see if it is there now. It is in the first sentence.
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