Reflection: Intrinsic Motivation Presentation Time - Section 3: Regular Practice


It is important that students not just present a couple of times per year; our students need to be presenting on a regular basis.  When students present regularly, they build up their stamina to hold the attention of others, while also following the rules of a good speaker!

I love to see my students get excited about presenting. Presentation day truly is a joyous occasion in my classroom!  My students really enjoy getting up and showing their classmates their work; it's always good to show what you know!  This creates a culture of student ownership, as each student has a different take on the same assignment! 

  Why Present Regularly?
  Intrinsic Motivation: Why Present Regularly?
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Presentation Time

Unit 7: Writer's Workshop
Lesson 7 of 7

Objective: SWBAT take their writing and proudly present it, following agreed-upon rules for presentations.

Big Idea: Presenting... some writing you can be proud of!

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