Reflection: ELL Students Patterns in Parent Behavior - Section 6: Evaluate


As you can see in the video: presentation and evaluation I support my student in a variety of ways to help them communicate their understanding. I stand beside some students as they present to help them read words, but it also gives them confidences as they speak. Another thing I do is wait and allow the students time to give their evaluation. In addition I ask questions to help my students give their evaluation.

  ELL Students: Student Evaluation
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Patterns in Parent Behavior

Unit 2: Communication Between the Parent and Offspring
Lesson 8 of 9

Objective: SWBAT find patterns in animal behavior that helps their offspring survive.

Big Idea: Engage in higher order thinking as you teach students to find similarities in their past observations.

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