Remedial Small Group: 140924.SG.placevalue.docx

 
 
 
140924.SG.placevalue.docx
Lesson Plan
 
 
Here is a sample lesson plan I wrote and used for a remedial small group. In this lesson, I altered the pace to adjust for the needs of the students and I included more manipulatives to increase retention of concepts with students.
  • 140924.SG.placevalue.docx
  • 140924.SG.placevalue.docx
Lesson Plan
 
 
Here is a sample lesson plan I wrote and used for a remedial small group. In this lesson, I altered the pace to adjust for the needs of the students and I included more manipulatives to increase retention of concepts with students.
 
Assessment & Data

Remedial Small Group

Remedial small group instruction is a strategy used to address the needs of students who are behind. In order to support students in mastering foundational skills, I pull small groups of students who all require practice with a same skill. We go through a mini-lesson, sometimes using added supports like technology or manipulatives, working to master the skill and allow the student to fully access content taught to the whole group. This strategy is really important for my blended classroom, as I can thus deliver personalized lessons based on the skillsets that students have. 

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Lesson Plan
 
 
Here is a sample lesson plan I wrote and used for a remedial small group. In this lesson, I altered the pace to adjust for the needs of the students and I included more manipulatives to increase retention of concepts with students.
 
Lesson Plan
 
 
Here is a sample lesson plan I wrote and used for a remedial small group. In this lesson, I altered the pace to adjust for the needs of the students and I included more manipulatives to increase retention of concepts with students.
Stephen Pham
Rocketship Si Se Puede Academy
San Jose, CA


 

About this strategy

Prep Time:
Moderate
Subject:
Math
Grade:
Fifth grade
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