Reflection: Student Communication It's All the Fault of Adam: Day 1 - Section 3: Second Reading


Facilitating instruction does not mean "hands-off teaching".   As I circulated in this lesson, I modeled some effective questioning and note-taking strategies as I assisted some of the students that requested my aide.  I think that the teacher should always be accessible and continuously assess students in authentic situations.  Students can learn better as they perform their tasks and get feedback through interactions with peers and the teacher.

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It's All the Fault of Adam: Day 1

Unit 9: Shared Inquiry Discussion 2
Lesson 3 of 10

Objective: SWBAT develop interpretive questions.

Big Idea: How do interpretive questions develop flexibility in students' thinking processes and inspire them to analyze ideas critically ?

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English / Language Arts, shared inquiry, note taking, interpretive questions, shared inquiry discussion
  80 minutes
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