Rachel Caldwell
ASU Seniors Lesson Review
Sat Jun 6, 2015 20:55

Like Jacob said, I enjoyed your lesson plan and how it implies to both school and life. I am glad you took the information we learned last week and tied it into a great and easy to follow lesson. Reading aloud can be so important in helping students with ASD comprehend what they are hearing, and it also allows them to hear the tones in your voice as the book progresses. Thank you for making the objective and standard clear. In the long run, the way you formatted your lesson would be very simple for others to follow and see what the lesson is about. Another thing I enjoyed was the simplicity in the materials needed and the directions for students to follow. This was great! You all are going to be great teachers!

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    • ASU Seniors Lesson Review - Rachel Caldwell, Sat Jun 6 20:55
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