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Lesson Reflection Questions Please respond to each of these questions after each literacy lesson you teach in class. 1. Why did you choose to teach the lesson you taught today and why are these students in a group together? <Prepare> a. The students were in a group together because they had trouble with identifying their lowercase letters. We chose the lesson we taught today because we assumed that most children would have a harder time with the phonologically and visually similar lowercase letters. We decided to start with those first because they’re the harder ones to teach as well. 2. Did the lesson seem challenging but not daunting to the students and did the design of your lesson (methods used) meaningfully engage them in thinking/learning? Why? <Teach One Another>
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