Reflection: Routines and Procedures It's Winter! - Section 2: Interact with text/concept


I did not model today.  I read slowly and waited for hands to go up. The kids did much better today.  I did not have to reread at all!  Students are now getting the hang of what the expectations are.  Using similar structure when teaching has been very successful for me and promoted success within my students.  Because they know "what to do,"  they are free to focus on the content of the lesson.

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It's Winter!

Unit 9: Seasons and Weather
Lesson 9 of 15

Objective: SWBAT listen for information from a winter video, an expository text Let’s Investigate! and discuss what they learned in a collaborative conversation. Students will help record information on a process grid and in a note taking booklet.

Big Idea: Weather can be predictable within each season.

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