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Jean Milton
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Sat Jun 13, 2015 20:04
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I love the idea of "checking yourself" first when deciding what went wrong with the lesson plan if the student did not achieve the intended goal. I also love the idea of simply asking the student what they thought about it instead of making the decision for them. I believe that asking students for their input allows them to feel a sense of a power in an environment they may feel the most powerless perhaps. The red font made it difficult for me to focus on the lesson and more on how to read it. Also, since Jamie is in the 6th grade, would it have not been better to modify the 6th grade text to a 4th grade reading level?

  • "Supa Squad" Lesson Plan - hinesjd, Sat Jun 13 14:00
    Lesson Plan Module #3 "Supa Squad" - Rachel Caldwell, Jacob Hines, Allison Powers, Sonya Summey https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zvGZ4ccKB4jI5NeSqgE8yowwcknWPVH7X_Jytp62jbw/edit?usp=sharing
    • Re: "Supa Squad" Lesson Plan - Tracy Nicole Cornacchio, Sun Jun 14 10:49
      I like the way you used a text book as the text and a Venn diagram for a graphic organizer to achieve comprehension of the text. I think students often get overwhelmed with a text book and all of the ... more
    • I Love It - Jean Milton, Sat Jun 13 20:04
    • Response to Lesson Plan - Cynthia Trickel, Sat Jun 13 17:05
      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... more
    • Lesson Plan Feedback - brawleyeo, Sat Jun 13 14:27
      I thought your lesson plan was very detailed, especially the classroom description and lesson objectives! I know exactly what you want her to achieve in your lesson! My question is, if she's reading... more
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