Reflection: Accountability F451 Reading Assignment 1: Day 2 - Section 1: Anticipatory Set


I have found the process of writing on the SmartBoard to be one that a vast majority of students want to do whenever the opportunity presents itself. I cannot, with any certainty, claim to know why this act brings so much joy to the kids each year, I just know that it does. That being the case, I find it to be a great motivator for most students. They want to write on it, and they want to be correct in front of their peers, so they tend to work a bit harder to learn the material as best they can. Ultimately, it begins as a form of extrinsic motivation, but eventually becomes a habit that the students are intrinsically motivated to maintain even without the SmartBoard. 

  The Pleasure of Writing on the SmartBoard
  Accountability: The Pleasure of Writing on the SmartBoard
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F451 Reading Assignment 1: Day 2

Unit 5: Fahrenheit 451 - Novel Study
Lesson 3 of 16

Objective: Students will apply language and reading comprehension skills as they read each section of the novel, while continuing to build upon current skill set and abilities.

Big Idea: Is Montag Happy? Am I?

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English / Language Arts, Reading, utopia, Dystopia, fahrenheit 451, character, anticipation
  50 minutes
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