Reflection: Modeling Responding to Stories We've Heard - Section 2: Hook


Sometimes, it seems that I can do a better job in getting a point across to my students by not teaching...or so they think.  Modeling the non-behaviors with a counterpart who is modeling the proper behaviors draws my students into the lesson.  They think it is so silly that I do not know how to do something and that Ms. Cinda, our paraprofessional, has to teach me. This teaching style is less predictable to the children so we've snared their attention.

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Responding to Stories We've Heard

Unit 12: Beginning Literacy
Lesson 13 of 16

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate different methods of listening to reading and utilize the technology in the classroom in order to do so. Student Objective: I can listen to reading to help me become a better reader.

Big Idea: Listening to well-modeled reading helps develop better reading skills.

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