Reflection: Student Grouping Calendar Alphabetizing Puzzles - Section 3: Assessment


Students love situations where they can"help" out.  The nice thing about this lesson is that it is self-correcting.  The children can also check one another's work, too.  If there is a struggling student, he can go to someone else in the group for assistant or, like one of the students did, he went to the alphabet on the wall to check his puzzle to the order of the letters.  In this station time, the children have about twenty-five minutes to work, so they have plenty of time to do several puzzles.  The key is to have enough puzzles to keep them occupied during the whole time.

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  Student Grouping: Self-correcting Activity
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Calendar Alphabetizing Puzzles

Unit 11: Small Group Lessons with Big Impact!
Lesson 9 of 10

Objective: SWBAT reconstruct a puzzle using alphabetizing skills. Student Objective: I can build an ABC puzzle.

Big Idea: Teaching alphabetical order gives kids a practical skill that applies in many areas of life.

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