Response to Class of 2015 Lesson
Fri Jun 12, 2015 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 students to complete because they would be able to check if they are completing everything and also test their prior knowledge. I absolutely love small groups and believe it is a perfect setting for an ASD student. I do believe that you have to be careful with partner reading and make sure that they are matched up with someone based on similar personalities or reading levels. Overall the lesson plan was very thorough and educational. Great Job!

  • 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
    • 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
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