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reply to ASU 4+1 lesson plan
Sat Jun 13, 2015 23:00

Glow: You guys did great! The lesson plan was easy to follow. I love the before reading and the chart idea. Having students make predictions based on pictures is a great way to activate background knowledge. Also, the chart is an efficient way to check for comprehension. It's a great idea to write down the students' predictions before reading and then their analysis after reading.

Grow:I don't really have any suggestions. The only thing I might have done differently is allowed the kids to read aloud some, if they wanted to. Then, after the lesson was over, I would have had different books on various duty dogs available for each student to read silently according to which dog they found most interesting from the lesson.

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    • Re: ASU 4+1 Lesson Plans - bennettmc, Sat Jun 13 23:22
      Glow: You all did a great job overall. I really liked the diversity within the group you picked. I learned from the readings this week that pairing students who are not on the same academic levels... more
    • reply to ASU 4+1 lesson plan - tatem1, Sat Jun 13 23:00
    • Response to 4+1 lesson plan - Erica Phelps, Sat Jun 13 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... more
    • Response to 4+1 lesson - Navila Castro, Sat Jun 13 20:16
      4+1 I think your reading article was a great choice, the topic is relatable since it is possible that the children have seen one type of working dog. The reading chart is also a great thing to do... more
    • Can't open - tatem1, Sat Jun 13 19:59
      I'm having trouble opening up the lesson plan.
    • Dogs on duty - catheyt, Sat Jun 13 17:47
      Glow: I think the text would be engaging to first grade students. The topic and the illustrations would be very interesting to them so I imagine they would be involved in the lesson. Grow: I would... more
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