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Cynthia Trickel
Response to Lesson Plan
Sat Jun 13, 2015 17:05
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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 also good to give the questions to be used with the text. Also, I agree with the point of eliciting a response if one is not given. The response can give you a great idea as to what errors the child may be making and where you need to go for instruction. Suggesting that you change the subject to something the child likes, can be great follow-up to engage the student in the activity. Your group presented some great ideas.

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