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Hayden Porter
Student Teacher's Lesson Plan reply
Sat Jun 6, 2015 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 their reading ability level is a great way to tackle reading. It meets each student where they're at. Love it! I also really appreciated that you were teaching the students about making inferences and reading other's emotions. This is such a vital skill to teach students with autism. Great job!

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    • ASU 4+1 Reply - Chelsea King, Sat Jun 6 23:18
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    • Student Teacher's Lesson Plan reply - Hayden Porter, Sat Jun 6 23:05
    • ASU 4+1 Reply - Ali Carr, Sat Jun 6 13:10
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    • Response to Lesson Plan - Rebecca Wiggins, Sat Jun 6 13:00
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      • 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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