LAI 350 Observation Paper 11

LAI 350 Observation Paper 11 - Sarah Shelden LAI 350...

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Sarah Shelden LAI 350 – Introduction to Education Observation Paper 11 In a sixth grade inclusion math class I observed a review and activity about changing fractions to percents and decimals. Students are not in assigned seating, but can choose where they want to sit in groups of five or six. The teacher gives explicit directions says, “The only thing you need on your desk is an eraser, slate, and marker. This means everything else needs to be in your desk.” She then begins reviewing how you go about changing math figures. At first she just verbally explains, but as many students look slightly confused and are asking similar questions, she writes the basic steps on the board and then has the class do an example together. Students voice out the next step and others are occasionally called on to get more students involved. She asks students to explain how they got their answers. She has the students raise their white boards with their answers, so she can walk around and check that everyone is following
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