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Recent Posts by Hannah
Fri, Mar 20, 2020 3:51 PM in Interesting
I was in a second-grade classroom for one of my teaching levels. The teacher said the same thing about how she disliked the lessons in the textbook. What she did was came up with different ways to be able to show the classroom the lesson. One day she would do the experiment and have the students try to explain why it happened. Another day she would have the students do a hands-on activity. I thou...
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Fri, Mar 20, 2020 3:46 PM in student time management during experiments
One thing that I have seen throughout being in classrooms was that the teacher would explain one part of the experiment. Then she would let the students go back to there areas to work on it and if they had questions they were able to ask then. She then repeated this for each step. At the end of the experiment when it was done she asked the students to play around with it and see if they remember ...
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Tue, Mar 03, 2020 8:46 PM in Classroom strategies
Making sure the activity is meaningful to all students and that the students are familiar with it. For involvement, you can do hands-on, watch videos, have someone come in and talk about the topic. Having hands-on activities throughout the classroom gets students the opportunity to do it on there own and learn ways to do it. Watching videos shows students a perspective that they can't see eve...
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Recent Reviews by Hannah
Tue, Mar 03, 2020 4:47 PM
Supporting Literacy Capacities of Speaking and Listening
I think it’s a great thing that most states have the same or almost the same expectations in language literacy for speaking and listening. As teachers, we want to make sure that we are getting them to speak their own thought and making sure that they listen to you and the peers around them. I love seeing classrooms have conversations. It’s fantastic to see students asking more questions to keep the conversation going and learning new things. There are so many ways to incorporate different diversities throughout the classroom. This can be done through discussion as a whole class, videos, speakers, and other resources. This article made positive comments and went into depth on what should be done to help support the students in the classroom.
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