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Angie Helton
Lower Elementary Feedback
Sat Jun 20, 2015 09:47
97.87.77.239

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 plan. Your example would be a great idea for 'Father's Day' and would help the students with describing words about their dad.

Give a Grow:
The only thing I think you would need to do is give the students 2-3 topics to choose from instead of leaving it open. Young students and especially ASD students may have a difficult time deciding for themselves what to use for the topic. I do, however, think most students would follow your lead and write about their dad or mom.

Overall: Great job!

  • 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
      • 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.
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