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Erica Phelps
Response to 4+1 lesson plan
Sat Jun 13, 2015 21:38

This lesson is well planned out. I liked that you described the setting and the group of students in detail and it was easy to picture this lesson taking place. You also asked a lot of great questions and I liked the article that you chose because it had a lot of visual support (pictures). I would suggest that you add more about the characteristics of your ASD students. You did say that they would need more one-on-one support than the other students, but it would have also been helpful to know the specific characteristics of these students due to their ASD that would cause need for differentiation. Great job overall!

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    • reply to ASU 4+1 lesson plan - tatem1, Sat Jun 13 23:00
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    • Response to 4+1 lesson plan - Erica Phelps, Sat Jun 13 21:38
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    • Can't open - tatem1, Sat Jun 13 19:59
      I'm having trouble opening up the lesson plan.
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