Reflection: Advanced Students Design a Solution to the Animals Problem of Your Choice - Section 5: Elaborate


Now, this is a team project and each group needs a great deal of support as they design their Power Point slide: slide. Since, I anticipated this I trained two advanced students on Power Point the previous day. I new I would need extra help, and these two students are already my computer helpers. They go to assist anyone who has a computer problem, so I can keep teaching. Therefore, they have a lot of computer skills. This was a super helpful strategy.

Another problem facing first graders is the issue of how to spell words. I do offer help in spelling by writing the words on the table and making a list of words on the board that the students might need to spell. You see there are students that know they cannot spell some words, and it really stops them in their creativity when they want to know how to spell a word. This is why I spell most words for my students as they ask. But, the word wall is really dependent on words related to the students problems. Today I wrote: problem, solution, wreck, explode, people, and cars.

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Design a Solution to the Animals Problem of Your Choice

Unit 3: Create a Solution to a Human Problem Caused by Animals
Lesson 6 of 6

Objective: SWBAT design a solution to the animal problem of their choice.

Big Idea: Allow students to reflect upon previous knowledge, use technology, and present their solution.

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