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Lauren Livingston
RE: Class of 2015 Lesson Plan
Sat Jun 13, 2015 08:51
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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 to follow as they read through their book. I would like to implement peer learning groups in my classroom this coming year but I will need to create visuals and teach my students how to socially interact with one another first. Great job!

  • Class of 2015 Lesson Plan - brigmanhd, Thu Jun 11 13:40
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YVoAVJFjaScYCdZxT7_m0FnyrrE6UN593ixBRoE4jG4/edit
    • RE: Class of 2015 Lesson Plan - Lauren Livingston, Sat Jun 13 08:51
    • 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
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