Reflection: Accountability Putting it all Together - Section 5: Share Out


I am getting used to the idea of taking pictures of student work and making videos of our class activities.  The videos are great learning tools for me.  For example when I am reviewing the videos I see things students are doing that I did not notice while teaching.  Or I notice things that I am doing or not doing.  Today I noticed that while my students were making their presentations, I forgot to ask: "What did you learn from this experience".  I am hoping in the future I will remember to do that, or make it a 'Ticket Out the Door' activity.

Also, I want it noted, I usually do not wear over sized sweaters with pink flamingos to work, but it was Team Spirit Day and I was dressed as a 'couch potato'.

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Putting it all Together

Unit 4: Characters, Problems, and Solutions
Lesson 5 of 5

Objective: SWBAT work together to produce and share an illustrated story element map.

Big Idea: It takes teamwork to get the job done!

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