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Lauren Livingston
RE: Sarah
Sat Jun 13, 2015 09:11
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I like your discussion on how to incorporate student interest with the topic you are teaching in class. I always struggle with how to incorporate age appropriate lessons with my students interest. Otherwise I would lose their attention completely! I am going to take your idea to teach age appropriate topics with the focus on a students interest and relate that interest to materials and work that need to be completed.

  • Re: Module #3: Reading Instruction - Sarah Baier, Fri Jun 12 22:33
    I think it would be important to try and correlate a students interest to a certain subject you're reading. For instance if the students are learning about slavery, and your student has an interest... more
    • Re: Reading Instruction - wigginsmr, Tue Jun 16 22:55
      I agree, student's interests can mean the difference in motivating them to read and not motivating them to read and participate in class. Also, when teachers make a point to connect student's... more
    • Yes - Britt Hatcher, Sat Jun 13 18:55
      Yes, I agree with you! I saw this put into place with the little girl Cora that I know. While it is important to use the things that they are interested in, I think that getting them interested in... more
    • Re: Reading Instruction - Alexandria Spurrier, Sat Jun 13 14:02
      I think this idea is very important for a students learning and for the most success. I think appealing to a student interest is so beneficial to a student and so easy for us as teachers to... more
    • RE: Sarah - Lauren Livingston, Sat Jun 13 09:11
    • Confused - whitemb2, Fri Jun 12 23:09
      While I agree with your post about how students should be able to read books that interest them, however if your topic you are trying to cover is slavery, how does a book on transportation teach them ... more
      • Re: Confused - Sarah Baier, Fri Jun 12 23:16
        I believe books like Henry's freedom box for example would work in this situation. It is about slavery but also describes Henry's journey on a boat.
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