Reflection: Intrinsic Motivation F451 Reading Assignment 3: Day 1 - Section 1: Anticipatory Set

 

Throughout the implementation of the Classroom Continuous Improvement process, I have consistently been able to clearly see the benefits of having students reflect on progress and achievement. The students have become more and more aware of their successes and areas in need of improvement, and they have worked to apply these findings appropriately to lessons, activities, etc. that follow in order to do better every time. 

I have also found that conferences with students have become far more effective when we are able to include information in the discussion from the student reflection, as well as my feedback on the task. We begin to see trends, gaps, alignment, and disconnects more clearly. This helps me to take on a role that is more support than leading, while the students become less a recipient of information and more the leader of learning. It has been so great to see this process continue to evolve and grow. 

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F451 Reading Assignment 3: Day 1

Unit 5: Fahrenheit 451 - Novel Study
Lesson 10 of 16

Objective: Students will apply language and reading comprehension skills as they read each section of the novel, while continuing to build upon current skill set and abilities.

Big Idea: Looking at Symbols

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English / Language Arts, Vocabulary, Reading, symbols, fahrenheit 451, bradbury, anticipation
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