Reflection: Intrinsic Motivation Silly Sentences - Section 3: Partner Work


So, I was really surprised at how many sentences the students were able to create. In addition, I notice their use of inventive spelling. The students as a whole were also very motivated, and I think this was because it was fun and creative. This tells me the more creative and fun I can make a lesson will inspire the students to go above and beyond.

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  Intrinsic Motivation: Silly = Fun and Engaging
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Silly Sentences

Unit 19: Language
Lesson 7 of 7

Objective: SWBAT use parts of speech to create complete sentences.

Big Idea: Use this silly and entertaining lesson to engage the students in learning to write complete sentences.

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