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Alexandria Spurrier
Re: Megan
Sat Jun 6, 2015 14:10
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I think this is a great question because in one of the videos, the student was doing an activity of matching his picture to his name and he seemed to get distracted by the picture. I think the lesson had interested him in the beginning, but over time repeating the same thing probably will cause him to get distracted.

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    • Re: Megan - Alexandria Spurrier, Sat Jun 6 14:10
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    • Response to Megan - Navila Castro, Thu Jun 4 23:17
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