Observing a Learning Activity

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Observing a Learning Activity There are some specific questions one should ask regarding the use of activities in a classroom. While observing a class, note when the teacher starts to prepare students for an activity. As you watch the activity develop, write down your responses to these questions. Think about how effective the activity is in promoting student understanding, especially as it relates to the goals/objective for the lesson. Observation: Notes: 1. How is the activity done? How do the students do the activity or solve the problem? What materials are needed? What are the steps students need to take? What is written or recorded by the students? The students are given a world map labeled with numbers 1-100. They are also given a list of 100 cities, countries, rivers, oceans, landmarks, etc. The students must match the numbers on the map to the list they are given. They work in partners to complete the activity, which is review for the first test. The materials needed for this activity are the map and list, a writing
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