Karley Ingold
Re: Class of 2015 Lesson Plan
Sat Jun 20, 2015 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 that students are asked to do there is a specifically right or wrong answer and that children are not offered a lot of room to make their own choices and opinions. I also thought that it was great that you had instructions specifically geared towards the ASD student to help him/her through the activity. I was a bit confused however when the teacher switched from seasons to animals when working with the student with ASD. Would it not be more consistent and not single him out if the entire class used the topic of animals instead of seasons?

  • Class of 2015 Lesson Plan - andersenal, Tue Jun 16 19:22
    Sara Laverty Haley Brigman Jordan Seagraves Mandy Andersen https://docs.google.com/a/email.appstate.edu/document/d/1DadOVHCyP_t1qu9QsSa8w7ht5aeiXuKjEyMa25nOhzM/edit?usp=sharing
    • 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
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