Reflection: Advanced Students Mama Elephant and her Offspring - Section 6: Evaluate

 

The student work was done by one of my advanced students, and I try to teach to the top of my class when I am doing whole group lessons. But, I do provide modifications for some of my other students. I often shorten the amount of writing. Another thing I like to do is draw a line for each word they are writing. Sometimes I write information on the board, so they can copy it. Other times I write on their t-chart with a highlighter and the student traces the information. Sometimes I will even use a sticky note for students to copy from. It is important to support students and help them while they are engaging in new or complex tasks to avoid frustration for them.

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Mama Elephant and her Offspring

Unit 2: Communication Between the Parent and Offspring
Lesson 2 of 9

Objective: SWBAT determine ways elephants use their external features to aid in the survival of their offspring.

Big Idea: Allow students to discover the unique ways animals use their body to help their offsprings survive.

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