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Mckenzi Davis
Lesson
Fri Jun 12, 2015 11:12
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I really liked your lesson! I think that snow is a fun topic for kids. I think that snow is also a cool theme to teach across the curriculum with. One consideration to think of is when you were talking about having pictures it would be nice for us to see some of those visuals in your lesson plan because a substitute may not know what to do with those directions. Also, I really liked the idea of clapping out the poem, but some ASD students are particularly startled by loud noises and may respond negatively to the claps. Overall, I liked the plan!

  • Student Teachers lesson plan - Megan Rembert, Wed Jun 10 14:18
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/10h3LWE4vmkF6-VRFckLTLj8beqER44NqShmMyNlHCSY/edit?usp=docslist_api
    • I forgot to post about a way you all you could improve your lesson plan. Although I did like the idea of clapping, another student mentioned how clapping could startle children with ASD. I would say... more
    • Student Teachers Lesson Plan - Kelsie Fender, Fri Jun 12 22:15
      This plan is really great you guys! It is great to see such a strong foundation for the plan, as well as plans for future scaffolding. One of my favorite things when designing lesson plans is to find ... more
    • Student Teachers lesson feedback - macdonaldke, Fri Jun 12 14:08
      This is a really good lesson plan, I love Shel Silverstein! Your lesson plan was detailed, and I appreciated the schedule that your provided, which would be very helpful for a substitute teacher. A... more
    • Lesson - Mckenzi Davis, Fri Jun 12 11:12
    • Re: Feedback for Student Teachers Lesson Plan - bennettmc, Fri Jun 12 00:38
      Awesome lesson plan y'all! I loved the snowball poem, I feel it is very engaging for students. The starter questions and other questions throughout the reading are a really great idea. From my... more
    • Response to Student Teachers Lesson Plan - luckadooso, Thu Jun 11 20:27
      Your lesson plan sounded like a lot of fun! I like how you began by connecting the poem (which they hadn't read yet) with something that they already were familiar with, which was their own... more
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