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Elem. Educators
Fri Jun 12, 2015 22:01

Second Grade Lesson Plan
Elem. Educators: Dana Cox, Karley Ingold, Kaitlin Parson, and Molly Smith

  • Module 3: Lesson Plan Sharing - Brooke Hardin, Fri Jun 5 13:45
    Post your group's Guided Reading lesson plan here the same as last week. Make sure you state your group name and group members' names.
    • Lesson Plan - Module 3 - ASU 4 + 1, Sat Jun 13 14:25 This should be the shareable link to our lesson plan! Rebecca Wiggins Chelsea... more
      • Re: ASU 4+1 Lesson Plans - bennettmc, Sat Jun 13 23:22
        Glow: You all did a great job overall. I really liked the diversity within the group you picked. I learned from the readings this week that pairing students who are not on the same academic levels... more
      • reply to ASU 4+1 lesson plan - tatem1, Sat Jun 13 23:00
        Glow: You guys did great! The lesson plan was easy to follow. I love the before reading and the chart idea. Having students make predictions based on pictures is a great way to activate background... more
      • Response to 4+1 lesson plan - Erica Phelps, Sat Jun 13 21:38
        This lesson is well planned out. I liked that you described the setting and the group of students in detail and it was easy to picture this lesson taking place. You also asked a lot of great... more
      • Response to 4+1 lesson - Navila Castro, Sat Jun 13 20:16
        4+1 I think your reading article was a great choice, the topic is relatable since it is possible that the children have seen one type of working dog. The reading chart is also a great thing to do... more
      • Can't open - tatem1, Sat Jun 13 19:59
        I'm having trouble opening up the lesson plan.
      • Dogs on duty - catheyt, Sat Jun 13 17:47
        Glow: I think the text would be engaging to first grade students. The topic and the illustrations would be very interesting to them so I imagine they would be involved in the lesson. Grow: I would... more
    • "Supa Squad" Lesson Plan - hinesjd, Sat Jun 13 14:00
      Lesson Plan Module #3 "Supa Squad" - Rachel Caldwell, Jacob Hines, Allison Powers, Sonya Summey
      • Re: "Supa Squad" Lesson Plan - Tracy Nicole Cornacchio, Sun Jun 14 10:49
        I like the way you used a text book as the text and a Venn diagram for a graphic organizer to achieve comprehension of the text. I think students often get overwhelmed with a text book and all of the ... more
      • I Love It - Jean Milton, Sat Jun 13 20:04
        I love the idea of "checking yourself" first when deciding what went wrong with the lesson plan if the student did not achieve the intended goal. I also love the idea of simply asking the student... more
      • Response to Lesson Plan - Cynthia Trickel, Sat Jun 13 17:05
        Providing the instructional level of the student was great. This is not something that I think about doing, but it is very helpful especially for someone that is not familiar with the child. It was... more
      • Lesson Plan Feedback - brawleyeo, Sat Jun 13 14:27
        I thought your lesson plan was very detailed, especially the classroom description and lesson objectives! I know exactly what you want her to achieve in your lesson! My question is, if she's reading... more
    • The Educators Guided Reading Lesson Plan - Cynthia Trickel, Sat Jun 13 09:28
      Group Members: Elizabeth Brawley, Nicole Cornacchio, Jean Milton, Cynthia Trickel Link for lesson plan:... more
      • Response to Lesson Plan - wigginsmr, Sat Jun 13 22:56
        I really like the use of KWL. I used KWL charts with my fourth graders in student teaching and they really loved filling in the "K" section with the facts that they already knew about a topic. I... more
      • Reply to "Educators" Lesson Plan - Ali Carr, Sat Jun 13 16:43
        I thought it was really helpful the way that you broke down the different information about each student. It helped me understand each of them and what was going on with each of them. The way that... more
      • Guided Reading-Feedback - Chelsea King, Sat Jun 13 16:37
        I love how you provide a detailed description of each student that is participating in your lesson plan. A substitute will really appreciate this aspect of a lesson plan, because it shows them... more
      • Reply to "The Educators" lesson plan - Hayden Porter, Sat Jun 13 16:07
        You all did a great job with the description of your students - I loved that. It really helped get a more comprehensive understanding of the lesson design. I also liked how you used the K-W-L... more
        • Re: Reply to "The Educators" lesson plan - Tracy Nicole Cornacchio, Mon Jun 15 17:08
          Thank you, we really wanted to use a graphic organizer in our lesson since we read a lot about them in our articles for this week.
    • Elem. Educators - coxdm, Fri Jun 12 22:01
      • RE: Elementary Educators - K. Madison Broome, Mon Jun 15 11:01
        I really like that you guys used a poem that appeals to the students interests. This should hopefully help with focus and motivation! I also like that you included pictures with your vocabulary... more
      • Elem, Educators Reply - Rebecca McVey, Sat Jun 13 23:01
        I left some comments directly in the Google Doc
      • RE: Elem. Educators - Nicholas Flippen, Sat Jun 13 19:28
        Hey guys! I have left suggestions on the google doc itself. You should just be able to click the link and see my suggestions and comments. Overall, you guys did a wonderful job!
      • Elem Educators Feedback - miloshcl, Sat Jun 13 09:55
        Hey guys! What a fun lesson plan (: My favorite part is the "Before Reading" plan for conversation. You cover so much here and I think it's extremely valuable stuff. You discuss what is poetry, you... more
    • CCCTI Cohort Lesson Plan - Angie Helton, Fri Jun 12 19:26
      Sarah Baier, Britt Hatcher, Angie Helton, and Amy Hildebran
      • CCCTI Cohort Lesson Plan Feedback - coxdm, Sat Jun 13 17:25
        I really liked that your lesson had a theme that was based off a shared experience. I also thought it was a great idea for you to group your students with a range of learning levels but I have seen... more
      • CCCTI Cohort Lesson Plan Reply - parsonkl, Sat Jun 13 14:30
        Hey Sarah, Britt, Angie, and Amy! I really enjoyed reading over your lesson plan. I liked how you used elephants to spark the interests of the students in your classroom. I also liked how you grouped ... more
      • Re: CCCTI Cohort Lesson Plan - Karley Ingold, Sat Jun 13 11:03
        I really liked that you placed your students in groups that had differing levels because this helps students that might be lower work with higher students that can help them learn and grow when maybe ... more
    • Lower Elementary Reading Plan-Module 3 - bennettmc, Fri Jun 12 18:13 Group: Lower Elementary Group Members: Mary Bennett, Marcela Buezo, Tavia Cathey, Erica Phelps, and Navila Castro
      • Lower Elementary Feedback - andersenal, Sat Jun 13 12:11
        Glow: This lesson plan is very detailed and easy to follow for a substitute, which is great! I like that it is in a group setting so that the student with ASD is given the opportunity to discuss and... more
      • Lower Elementary Feedback - brigmanhd, Sat Jun 13 08:06
        Glow: Wow! There were many positive things about your lesson plan. Here are a few of that stuck out to me. The lesson is very through and detailed, it's well organized, and the strategies (i.e.... more
      • Grow and Glow for Lower Elementary Lesson Plan - Jordan Seagraves, Fri Jun 12 22:39
        Give a Glow: I really liked this lesson plan. I think it will be very successful for a student with ASD. You included things we have learned this week in class such as the check list and the priming... more
      • Re: Lower Elementary Reading Plan-Module 3 - lavertyse, Fri Jun 12 21:02
        Give a glow: I really loved how you included the checklist in this lesson plan. I think it is a good tool to use for this student and will help with time management. All of the choices you gave... more
      • Can't Access - andersenal, Fri Jun 12 19:16
        Hey guys, I cannot open your google doc! It's telling me I need permission to access it..
        • oops! - catheyt, Fri Jun 12 19:49
          I think I fixed it. Let me know if you still can't access it!
    • Module 3 Lesson Plan - ASU Seniors , Fri Jun 12 13:24
      Group Members: Nicholas Flippen, Rebecca McVey, Cassidy Milosh, Madison Broome, and Brittany Vallas... more
      • Re: ASU Seniors - Alexandria Spurrier, Sat Jun 13 22:35
        I loved the detail about the student and how you included what he could and could not do. I thought the measurable annual goal was very appropriate as well as challenging for John. I also liked how... more
      • Reply to ASU Seniors - Maggie Horne, Sat Jun 13 19:35
        Guys, this was absolutely great! You all did an awesome job. Every single step was very detailed and you were thorough in all of your instructions. The substitute teacher would have no problem... more
      • ASU Seniors- Lesson Plan Comment - Hunter Hastings, Fri Jun 12 22:51
        This is a super thorough lesson plan. The amount of thought and detail put into this would make it easy for a substitute to implement this lesson plan. I also think how the teacher explains and... more
      • ASU Seniors- Lesson Plan - brownrf, Fri Jun 12 17:47
        Hey everyone! Your lesson plan was great. It was very clean and concise and seemed easy to follow. I really liked the independent practice "worksheet". I think it's really great to allow the students ... more
      • Re: Module 3 Lesson Plan - hinesjd, Fri Jun 12 17:09
        Hey guys! I really enjoyed reading your lesson plan for this week. Our group also focused a part of our lesson plan around comparing and contrasting. This is a very important skill for students to... more
        • Great suggestion - miloshcl, Sat Jun 13 09:59
          Thanks for your suggestion, Jacob! That's a very good point. I reviewed another group's lesson plan and they included a section about alternate instruction. This helped them know what to do if the... more
          • Re: Great suggestion - hinesjd, Sat Jun 13 13:57
            Thanks. Sorry I replied to yall's group again because I thought we were doing the same groups as last week. Still glad to have read it!
    • The Specialists - Module 3 Lesson Plan - carsleymm, Fri Jun 12 12:35
      Mary Carsley, Stacy Huffman, Lauren Livingston, Sara Pappas, Megan White
      • Re: The Specialists - Sonya Summey, Sat Jun 13 23:17
        I love this lesson plan. I liked how you included the age of the students, their reading abilities, and even the common core standards that were met. This provided a lot of understanding and... more
      • Re: The Specialists - Module 3 Lesson Plan - hinesjd, Sat Jun 13 13:53
        Awesome plan. I love how you were specific when you told us about the class so that we know exactly what types of learners we are going to be teaching. The lesson seems like it will be able to be... more
      • Reply to The Specialists - Allison Powers, Fri Jun 12 18:28
        What a great lesson plan! I really liked how you asked prediction questions. I think those are great to check for comprehension throughout the lesson rather than just at the end. I also liked that... more
      • Lesson Plan Feedback: The Specialists - Rachel Caldwell, Fri Jun 12 17:25
        I really enjoyed reading your lesson plan and learning about the group of students it is based on. Thank you for including the standards because it gives us who are reading it a sense of what the... more
    • The Best Group Lesson Plan Module 3 - Maggie Horne, Thu Jun 11 23:58
      Here is our Module 3 Lesson Plan
      • Re: The Best Group Lesson Plan Module 3 - Megan Rembert, Tue Jun 16 03:12
        I like the organizational methods that you provide in the lesson. These charts are a great way to break up students thinking and let them give special attention to detail. I think that with so many... more
      • Lesson Plan 2 reply - rognstadgr, Mon Jun 15 16:41
        I really like the amount of detail you went into with the lesson plan. I could see how you were catering to student 1 goal of increased social interaction skills. The lesson was well thought out and... more
      • Lesson Plan 2 - Amanda Wallace, Sat Jun 13 14:08
        I can tell you all put a lot of work into this since there is so much detail included. I particularly like the ASK IT strategy you included. I also like that they are working in groups since student... more
      • Re: The Best Group Lesson Plan Module 3 - hillaryyarbrough , Sat Jun 13 11:13
        I really enjoyed reading through this lesson plan. I liked how detailed you guys were when explaining the students with autism in the classroom. These were very thorough and helpful to me reading the ... more
      • Response to Lesson Plan - Cynthia Trickel, Sat Jun 13 09:44
        I enjoyed reading your lesson plan. I like the fact that you included the common core standards on comprehension and collaboration. The use of the QPA chart and “ASK IT” strategy were great... more
    • Module 3 Lesson Plan - hillaryyarbrough, Thu Jun 11 16:45 group- student teachers- Hillary Yarbrough, Amanda Wallace, Glory Ragnstad, Megan Rembert
      • Re: Module 3 Lesson Plan - bennettmc, Fri Jun 12 15:17
        Just wanted to let yall know that I posted my reply for yalls group under Megan Rembert's post. Looks like you both posted the lesson plan, so hope thats ok
    • Class of 2015 Lesson Plan - brigmanhd, Thu Jun 11 13:40
      • RE: Class of 2015 Lesson Plan - Lauren Livingston, Sat Jun 13 08:51
        Great lesson plan :) I like how you incorporated peer learning groups which allowed for communication and each student to help one another. I also liked how you provided a checklist for the students... more
      • Give a Glow - Sara Pappas, Sat Jun 13 00:00
        I forgot in my last post to give a grow. My only thing with your lesson plan would be to add the Course Standards so we, as teachers or substitutes, can get a better understanding of where you are... more
      • Response to Class of 2015 Lesson - whitemb2, Fri Jun 12 22:46
        I thought your lesson was nicely planned out and was in a format that anyone substitute or teacher could pick it up and be able to teach it. I believe that your checklist a great activity for the... more
      • Re: Class of 2015 Lesson Plan - Sara Pappas, Fri Jun 12 17:26
        I really enjoyed your lesson plan! I liked the way you used scaffolding in you the before, during and after sections. The teacher first did the assignment to model for the students and worked with... more
      • Re: Class of 2015 lesson plan - Stacy Huffman, Fri Jun 12 12:27
        I really like the way the you gave a detailed description of the setting in the lesson plan. If I were a sub, I would have no question about how to set up for this lesson. I also like the fact that... more
      • Response to Lesson Plan - carsleymm, Fri Jun 12 12:25
        Overall, I liked your lesson plan a lot. I think most students enjoy learning with a partner (with minimal "grownup" involvement) whenever possible. Students with ASD really benefit from this extra... more
    • Student Teachers lesson plan - Megan Rembert, Wed Jun 10 14:18
      • 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
        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... more
      • 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
      • Re: Student Teachers lesson plan - Anonymous, Wed Jun 10 14:19
        Hillary Y, Amanda W, Glory R
    • Elementary Ed Module 3 Lesson - McKenzi Davis, Wed Jun 10 11:33
      Anyone with an apostate email can view this link: McKenzi Davis, Sarah Luckado,... more
      • Re: Elementary Ed Module 3 Lesson - Britt Hatcher, Sat Jun 13 20:34
        I really really liked your lesson plan and I loved that the lesson was about butterfly's as well, that was a great idea. It was easy to follow, easy to read, and I think that the students would have... more
      • Re: Elementary Ed Module 3 Lesson - Sarah Baier, Fri Jun 12 22:20
        I really liked how you did background information in butterflies before reading the books, I also really liked that you had an alternative plan if things didn't go as expeted. Overall great job!
      • RE: Elementary Ed Module 3 Lesson - Angie Helton, Fri Jun 12 18:34
        I love this lesson plan. Your instructions are very easy to follow and your visuals made it very clear to understand. I like that you are going over the life cycle of a caterpillar because there is a ... more
        • Give a Grow - Angie Helton, Sat Jun 13 09:14
          I forgot to add this to my initial reply. Something that I think would be a great modification for Lindsay, since she is easily distracted is having a higher achieving student, who demonstrates high... more
      • RE: Elementary Ed Module 3 Lesson - hildebranak, Fri Jun 12 08:48
        I love this lesson plan. Your group did a very thorough job of explaining each step of lesson. This detailed explanation helped me to be able to "see" this lesson plan in my mind actually happening.... more
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