Tag: reading

Greta Thunberg – Reading Lesson Plan Reflection

For LLED 350 we had to design a reading lesson plan that related to critical and multiliteracies, and that used the Connect/Transform/Personalize/Reflect lesson sequence. My group, with Lomish, Arvinder, and Mandip, decided to create a lesson about Greta Thunberg and to create a cross-curricular lesson plan that included both Social Studies and English Language Arts…
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Class Profile – Part 2

Well, what do you know! I was able to use the Getting to Know You worksheet after all, and it was a success. I learned a lot about my students through this exercise, including personal interests and challenges, but also insights into the class as a whole and about students or this age-group in general.…
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Choral Reading

One of the things I’ve learned about recently that I would like to try with students is choral reading. My teacher friend recommended it to me as a way to improve reading comprehension and build vocabulary, especially for students who are struggling to learn to read, and EAL students can benefit. However, I also think…
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CFE Reflection #3: Saying goodbye

So this was the last week of school with students. We made it through a very strange year with Covid19, masks and social distancing. It is bittersweet saying goodbye: on the one hand, I wish it would never end. On the other hand, I’m exhausted and really looking forward to a break. If thank you…
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