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Class of 2015 Lesson Plan
Tue Jun 16, 2015 19:22
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  • Module #4: Lesson Plan Sharing - koppenhaverd, Sat Jun 13 15:08
    Post your group's writing mini-lesson plan here the same as last week. Make sure you state your group name and group members' names.
    • ASU 4+1 group lesson plan - ASU 4 + 1, Sat Jun 20 11:27
      https://docs.google.com/a/email.appstate.edu/document/d/1QApzpAdHl_tQ2FH-cIJbY92FHcCQyJElhw8yl7G0RrM/edit?usp=sharing Rebecca Wiggins Chelsea King Alexandra Carr Hayden Porter
      • ASU 4+1 Lesson Plan - Kelsie Fender, Sat Jun 20 21:24
        I really enjoyed reading how you would teach about opinionated writing. I think your choice of topics (both the ice cream and book) for introducing this are fabulous ways to engage the children.... more
      • Re - McKenzi Davis, Sat Jun 20 18:28
        Overall, I really liked this lesson. I think that Don't Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus is a goofy text that each student would be able to relate to. I really liked how when the teacher was explaining... more
      • Response to ASU 4+1 Lesson Plan - luckadooso, Sat Jun 20 13:18
        I really enjoyed your lesson. Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus is a great book and I have yet to find a student that doesn't engage with it, so I think it is a great idea to use as the base for... more
      • Reply to 4+1 - macdonaldke, Sat Jun 20 12:53
        Your lesson plan is very detailed and appropriate. Your description of the student with ASD was thorough and I feel that this lesson is appropriate for him, especially with the focus on opinion... more
    • Elem. Educators Lesson Plan - Karley Ingold, Sat Jun 20 10:40
      Dana Cox, Karley Ingold, Kaitlin Parson, Molly Smith Writing Lesson Plan https://docs.google.com/a/email.appstate.edu/document/d/1nnMiIVBQazUT7yP_shGV1F9jEjF_4PrUh9Fr_kM3bV4/edit?usp=sharing
      • Colorful Classroom - Jean Milton, Sun Jun 21 17:36
        I love how descriptive the classroom setting is and I like the simplicity of the lesson. I wonder though if an educator with very little background knowledge or expertise know what to say? What if... more
      • Response to Lesson Plan - Cynthia Trickel, Sun Jun 21 01:57
        You had a great description of the classroom. Sounds like the kind of classroom that I would enjoy teaching in. Using pictures to help students get ideas about what to write was a good. The labeling... more
      • re: elementary educators lesson plan - stacy huffman, Sat Jun 20 20:33
        Students with ASD are very visual learners so I love the idea of using pictures to teach writing. I like the idea of labeling too as it is concrete in nature which is easier for students with ASD to... more
      • Re: Elem. Educators Lesson Plan - brawleyeo, Sat Jun 20 16:34
        I like your idea of using pictures to support writing; that way the children have a visual and it makes the sentences more meaningful! I also think the extra help idea could really help keep... more
      • RE: elem. educators lesson plan - Lauren Livingston, Sat Jun 20 13:27
        Great lesson plan! I like the way you used pictures as a writing prompt. Students with ASD are more visual learners therefore they may be more willing to write about what they are seeing. I also like ... more
      • Re: Elem. Educators Lesson Plan - Tracy Nicole Cornacchio, Sat Jun 20 12:58
        I like the way you used pictures to create sentences from. This allows for appropriate writing instruction to happen. This lesson seems to be short but sweet allowing students to learn how to label... more
      • Elem. Educators Response - carsleymm, Sat Jun 20 11:39
        I like the idea of using pictures as a writing prompt. Doing the activity as a group offers the student with ASD lots of good models in how to do the task! Something to consider, is that some... more
    • The Best Group Lesson Plan - Alexandria Spurrier, Sat Jun 20 10:07
      Maggie Horne, Alexandria Spurrier, Hunter Hastings, Rebekah Brown https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HDgYmbbcjZ5-DYvVWFDXzltiYhBaZxtYRbffzCAvl8E/edit?usp=sharing Enjoy!
      • The Best Group reply - tatem1, Sat Jun 20 23:18
        Glow: I like the story planning chart. I think it is a good visual way to help students with ASD prepare to write. I also loved the idea of having both students work on and build a story together; It ... more
      • Reply: The Best Group - Erica Phelps, Sat Jun 20 22:04
        I loved this lesson and the story planning sheet that you used to help the students visually organize their ideas before writing. I also liked that you emphasized that spelling and grammar were not... more
      • writing plan - catheyt, Sat Jun 20 19:00
        I liked how you had the boys work together to create their story. This may increase their motivation and lower the affective filter for them. My suggestion: You may want to break this lesson down... more
      • Response to TBG Lesson - Navila Castro, Sat Jun 20 16:33
        Give a Glow: I liked how your group created a lesson where the two boys take turns writing the story. This will aid in Daniel's social interactions. I also liked seeing that you included a story... more
      • Re: Glow/Grow to "The Best Group Lesson Plan" - bennettmc, Sat Jun 20 11:43
        Give A Glow: Overall, I thought this was carefully planned out and constructed. I liked how you all included the Standards and Objectives because it's important to know the goals we are trying to... more
    • The Educators Writing Lesson Plan - Cynthia Trickel, Sat Jun 20 10:05
      Group Members: Elizabeth Brawley, Nicole Cornacchio, Jean Milton, Cynthia Trickel Link to plan:... more
      • reply to the educators - rognstadgr, Sun Jun 21 19:35
        Glow: I really liked how you very clearly wrote out what the students behaviors were, their communication needs and things that interest them. This would be very helpful to a substitute teacher. This ... more
      • reply to the educators - rognstadgr, Sun Jun 21 19:35
        Glow: I really liked how you very clearly wrote out what the students behaviors were, their communication needs and things that interest them. This would be very helpful to a substitute teacher. This ... more
      • Re: The Educators Writing Lesson Plan - hillaryyarbrough, Sat Jun 20 21:15
        I really enjoyed your lesson plan. It was very easy to follow and very scripted for a substitute. I loved how easy it was to follow, and the chart really helped to understand the plan itself. I would ... more
      • Feedback - Amanda Wallace, Sat Jun 20 12:45
        I really enjoyed reading your lesson. I really liked how easy the chart was to read and learn about the students. I also thought it was a great idea to have the lesson scripted for the substitute so... more
        • Feedback II - Amanda Wallace, Sat Jun 20 12:47
          Sorry forgot about the grow part. I like that you have models to show the students what to do, but maybe you should include a specific one so the substitute can use that one and get an idea of what... more
      • Re: The Educators Writing Lesson Plan - Megan Rembert, Sat Jun 20 11:48
        glow: I like how thhave lesson plan is set up so I can tell which section is which. You even give a definition of what each section is so as a substitute, I get get a better understanding of what... more
    • CCCTI Cohort Lesson Plan Wk 4 - Angie Helton, Fri Jun 19 22:14
      Sarah Baier, Britt Hatcher, Angie Helton, Amy Hildebran https://docs.google.com/a/email.appstate.edu/document/d/1juS6qfbh4yXRWxMcYpCssgN6LgGXgy3Yqxg9h-USSek/edit?usp=sharing
      • CCCTI Lesson Plan Feedback - Rachel Caldwell, Sat Jun 20 12:18
        I really enjoyed your lesson plan and the description of the class and procedures. If I were to walk into your classroom after reading this lesson I would know exactly what to expect from the room... more
        • RE: Rachel Response - hildebranak, Sat Jun 20 18:19
          Thank you so much for your input Rachel. Your advice will definitely help us as we transition from student to teacher. I know I need all the advice I can get and welcome all of it.
      • Re: CCCTI Cohort Lesson Plan Wk 4 - hinesjd, Sat Jun 20 11:17
        Hey, I love yall's lesson plan. I really like how you have the teacher giving freedom to the students to come up with ideas about the picture based on the prompted questions. I also like how you have ... more
      • Feedback - Sonya Summey, Sat Jun 20 11:09
        I love how the students have been to a local zoo recently and the teacher takes from that experience and interest in animals to base the lesson off of. I also like how the board has a visual reminder ... more
        • Re: Sonya's Response - hildebranak, Sat Jun 20 18:23
          Thank you too, Sonya, for your feedback. I have enjoyed this process of getting feedback for our lesson plans as we haven't been in a classroom where we have used our own lesson plans. Your group has ... more
      • CCCTI Lesson Plan Feedback - Allison Powers, Fri Jun 19 23:28
        Good job CCCTI! I liked that you included a description of the way your stduents's desks would be arranged with an explanation. I can tell this was well thought out. I also liked that you tied it... more
    • Supa Squad Writing Lesson Plan - Rachel Caldwell, Fri Jun 19 20:00
      Group Members: Jacob Hines, Allison Powers, Sonya Summey, Rachel Caldwell https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cRXIOhZ-DbOyJXq_RvHJRo-s54NgTixGOn1ywneAO-8/edit?usp=sharing
      • Lesson Plan Reply - Alexandria Spurrier, Sat Jun 20 23:26
        I really liked your lesson this week! Our group actually had a similar case with 2 kids working together to make a story! I loved how you appealed to their interests and made it relatable. I also... more
      • Reply to supa squad lesson - Hunter Hastings, Sat Jun 20 16:36
        This is a really great lesson! I think that it is so applicable and useful for kids with autism. I think the topic you chose is fun and definitely meets the needs of those students. I think that the... more
      • Reply to Supa Squad - Maggie Horne, Sat Jun 20 10:15
        Hey Supa Squad! Why do I have the feeling Rachel or Jacob picked that name? I really enjoyed your "Writing Through a Mask" lesson plan! It is a great idea to evoke empathy from your students, which... more
      • Response to Supa Squad Writing Lesson - brownrf, Fri Jun 19 22:26
        Hey guys, I just finished reading through your writing lesson plan. I really liked the "Writing Through A Mask" mini lesson. I think that's a great way to get your students interacting with the story ... more
    • ASU Seniors Module 4 Lesson Plan - Nicholas Flippen, Fri Jun 19 19:55
      Group Members: Rebecca McVey, Nicholas Flippen, Cassidy Milosh, Madison Broome and Brittany Vallas... more
      • Re: Module 4 Lesson Plan - wigginsmr, Sat Jun 20 22:11
        This is a good lesson. It is simple and straight forward, but it gives students an opportunity to make connections between what we read and what we write. I like how the hand out breaks down what the ... more
      • Re: Module 4 Lesson Plan - Ali Carr, Sat Jun 20 18:38
        I liked your lesson plan and the way that you structured it meet the individual needs of your student. I like the way that you have the students sitting around in a circle to discuss and then have... more
      • Reply to ASU Seniors lesson plan - Hayden Porter, Sat Jun 20 11:33
        You all did a really good job with your lesson plan. I liked how you chose to write it for a high school student. Your plan is very detailed and uses assistive technology. I also really liked the... more
      • Feedback - ASU Seniors - Chelsea King, Fri Jun 19 21:33
        I love that y'all went a completely different angle with your lesson plan and focused on a high school level student. It's always interesting to see writing instruction lesson plans for older... more
    • The Specialists Lesson Plan - carsleymm, Fri Jun 19 16:31
      Here is the link for the lesson plan for our group: Mary Carsley, Stacy Huffman, Lauren Livingston, Sara Pappas, and Megan White.... more
      • Reply, The Specialists - Rebecca McVey, Tue Jun 23 23:17
        The first thing I noticed was that your lesson is designed for high school aged students. I feel that this age is the hardest to plan for, but reading further into your lesson you all did a great... more
      • Feedback for The Specialists - Cassidy Milosh, Mon Jun 22 14:51
        Great mini-lesson, guys. I like the initiation of the activity. It helps that they will have some context for their audience already, having corresponded with their pen pals before. I think my... more
      • Reply to Lesson Plan - K. Madison Broome, Mon Jun 22 00:19
        Hey guys! I really loved your lesson plan! I think that using pen pals to teach literacy is a brilliant idea! It makes it fun and personal! I liked the idea of using pictures from the school year as... more
      • No access - K. Madison Broome, Sat Jun 20 23:20
        Wanting to check in and see if the link is available now! My email is broomekm@appstate.edu.
      • Supa Squad- No Access. - Rebecca McVey, Sat Jun 20 20:54
        Hi everyone, I know that my group has already expressed this, however I do not currenly have access to your plan. I look forward to seeing your thoughts! Simply change the document to public. Thanks... more
      • Requested Access - Cassidy Milosh, Sat Jun 20 09:06
        Hey y'all I requested access to your document, but you can solve the problem by making it open to the public before you share. Thanks!
      • Link doesn't work - Angie Helton, Fri Jun 19 22:16
        Hi, the link doesn't work. I'll check back to give a glow and a grow.
        • Oops - Angie Helton, Sat Jun 20 09:34
          Although the link doesn't work... this isn't the group I respond to. I'd still love to see your lesson plan. :)
      • Lesson Plan - Nicholas Flippen, Fri Jun 19 20:00
        Hey guys! I just went and tried to view your lesson plan but it says that it is private and I had to request access. I think you guys may have still had it set to private or something. Either way, I... more
    • Lower Elementary Mini lesson - Navila Castro, Fri Jun 19 14:16
      https://docs.google.com/a/email.appstate.edu/document/d/1ugOQ37ZEKtY9GVgtd1SXoRM-4dFbCuKvuV7J7XC4fk4/edit?usp=sharing This is our link.
      • Feedback for Lower Elementary Mini Lesson - hildebranak, Sat Jun 20 18:17
        I loved your groups mini lesson plan. It was a lot like our own, but I guess they mostly are since we were both teaching first grade. The whole lesson was great but I think the anchor you guys had... more
      • Feedback - Britt Hatcher, Sat Jun 20 15:21
        I really enjoyed your lesson plan and I LOVE the layout of the classroom in the lesson! If I were the substitute teacher, I would know exactly what to teach. I also really like that you have the... more
      • Re: Lower Elementary Mini lesson - Sarah Baier, Sat Jun 20 13:02
        I really liked your anchor idea. I found it was a good idea to put the students in an authors shoes. I feel like if the students believe they are the authors they will take the assignment more... more
      • Lower Elementary Feedback - Angie Helton, Sat Jun 20 09:47
        Give a Glow: I love the detail of the classroom and how you described each process of the mini-lesson. I think the instructions are very clear and that a substitute teacher would easily follow your... more
        • Reply to Angie - Navila Castro, Sat Jun 20 15:25
          Angie, we originally had in mind father's day but tried to stay away from giving the children a prompt considering this week's information.
      • Group Members: Mary Bennett, Navila Castro, Erica Jacobs, Marcela Buezo, and Tavia Cathey
    • Elementary Ed Module 4 - McKenzi Davis, Fri Jun 19 09:32
      McKenzi Davis Sarah Luckado Kelsie Fender Kelly MacDonald https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lhO1BWlp5cd6ggIvvU1B5DYodRTXcm-EQsKK5E3NIzs/edit?usp=sharing
      • re:elementary ed lesson plan - stacy huffman, Sat Jun 20 20:52
        I really like the idea of having the student draw their own picture and writing about it! I think that having them create something of interest to them is a great way to engage them in the activity.... more
      • So Engaging! - whitemb2, Sat Jun 20 11:20
        I loved your lesson! It was so engaging and full of imagination which (as a child for life) I am loving! I can't believe you came up with the idea for the children to create their own animals and... more
      • Reply to Elementary Educators - Cynthia Trickel, Sat Jun 20 10:24
        I loved the subject of your lesson. I am assuming since you are the “Elementary Educators” that this lesson is for younger students. Students in this age range should love making up their own animal... more
      • Re: Elementary Ed Module 4 - Sara Pappas, Fri Jun 19 22:52
        I really like this mini-lesson; quick and easy. It addressed good instruction on animals and zoo-life but also related it back to the students interests. Showing an example of the teachers favorite... more
    • Student Teachers-Module 4 Lesson - rognstadgr, Thu Jun 18 19:04
      Glory Rognstad, Hillary Yarbrough, Amanda Wallace, Megan Rembert https://docs.google.com/a/email.appstate.edu/document/d/1nunHBBBh9ctAE2PDOLqXUldPwTUL2e7ViJOqXNmEgoc/edit?usp=sharing
      • Student Teachers Lesson feedback - andersenal, Fri Jun 19 14:23
        Glow: Really well organized lesson! It is easy to follow and gives detail that a sub could understand without issue. The thing I really like about your lesson is that it gives some information on the ... more
      • Re: Student Teachers-Module 4 Lesson - lavertyse, Fri Jun 19 12:38
        Give a glow: I really liked how you set up your lesson plan in an easy to follow way. If a substitute came into your room I feel like it would be easy for them to teach this mini-lesson successfully. ... more
      • Writing Lesson Plan Feedback - Haley Brigman, Thu Jun 18 22:28
        Glow: I enjoyed your lesson plan, there were many positive aspects throughout the entire plan. First off, your lesson plan was very thorough and easy to follow. I also liked that you included... more
      • Glow and Grow for lesson plan - Jordan Seagraves, Thu Jun 18 21:39
        Give a Glow: I think your lesson had many great things about it. First off I think it would be fairly easy for a good substitute to be able to read and use. Another great thing I noticed was the... more
    • Class of 2015 Lesson Plan - andersenal, Tue Jun 16 19:22
      • Lesson Plan Feedback - coxdm, Sat Jun 20 19:59
        I love how well organized the planning sheet is for the students to map out their opinion and reasoning. It is a great way for the students to see how to develop their thoughts. I thought it was a... more
      • RE: Class of 2015 Lesson Plan - parsonkl, Sat Jun 20 19:46
        Overall, this is a really great lesson plan. I liked how it involved students opinions. I felt like this made it focused more on writing comprehension instead of worrying the student about whether or ... more
      • Re: Class of 2015 Lesson Plan - Karley Ingold, Sat Jun 20 17:41
        I really liked that the acronym was OREO because its something that students are likely to remember. I also really liked that the lesson was opinion based. I feel as if in a lot of the assignments... more
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