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Karley Ingold
Re: CCCTI Cohort Lesson Plan
Sat Jun 13, 2015 11:03
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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 a teacher couldn't be present all the time. I have seen this in various classrooms when a lower student might have been confused by directions or something else and the higher student in the group clarifies or helps them to understand. This also encourages cooperation among students and collaboration which is an important social skill. I was a little confused while reading through the covering up and pronoun part and had to go over it a few times before I clearly understood what the students were supposed to be doing so during this time I would just make sure that the instructions were clear and maybe demonstrate for the students before you ask them to do it on their own. Great lesson plan. Thank you for sharing!

  • CCCTI Cohort Lesson Plan - Angie Helton, Fri Jun 12 19:26
    Sarah Baier, Britt Hatcher, Angie Helton, and Amy Hildebran https://docs.google.com/a/email.appstate.edu/document/d/1VGo_fObyySlQDS3J7_XAnUfactg7fC1fm_1ff4c87wU/edit?usp=sharing
    • 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
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