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Teaching Styles - Andy Beck Sofo Middle School PE Coding Reflection paper In my lesson plan we taught passing I broke down passing into three

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Andy Beck Sofo Middle School PE April 18, 2008 Coding Reflection paper: In my lesson plan we taught passing. I broke down passing into three different areas. My group had talked before we went to present, and talked about the different teaching styles, and decided who would be best at teaching what. I think that we covered most of the areas that we needed to and did a good job. I did not like teaching in the reciprocal style, because I like to give the students feedback myself, and ask them questions to test them. I think that I can get a better grip on things by doing this rather than leaving it up to the students, to give each other feedback and to test each other. I really liked teaching in the guided discovery, because I like testing the students and seeing where they are in grasping the concept. I think that this way the students can ask questions about the task if they do not know the answers. This also gives them one on one time with you to ask questions they may not feel comfortable to ask in front of
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course PE 270 taught by Professor Sofo during the Spring '08 term at Southeast Missori State University.

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Teaching Styles - Andy Beck Sofo Middle School PE Coding Reflection paper In my lesson plan we taught passing I broke down passing into three

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