Teacher v. Student: Teacher Vs Student.pdf

 
 
 
Teacher Vs Student.pdf
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This artifact is an example of what I would write on the board. The great this is that it can be created at anytime!
 
Assessment & Data

Teacher v. Student

In Teacher Vs. Students, students compete against the teacher in a quick game of listening and participation. Typically we play this game after a general phonics rule has been taught and students have to practice hearing it for phonological practice. Rather than me just reading a word asking them to identify the sound, I am using the taught rule(s) and turning into a game of friendly competition to show that they are smarter than the teacher. It's important though, to be honest. If I win, I explain what they should practice more of and then try it again another day. 

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This artifact is an example of what I would write on the board. The great this is that it can be created at anytime!
 
Students In Action
 
 
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This artifact is an example of what I would write on the board. The great this is that it can be created at anytime!
Raul Gonzalez
Aspire Titan Academy
Los Angeles, CA


 

About this strategy

Prep Time:
Moderate
Subject:
English / Language Arts
Grade:
First grade
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Raul's Use of Assessments and Data

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