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Cluster 4 - Middle School: King Washington 1. In your...

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Middle School: “King Washington” 1. In your opinion, what did teacher Tom Radcliffe do well in his opening scenario about George Washington? Why? Tom Radcliffe started the lesson by asking intriguing and interesting questions about George Washington. I believe that this was a good tactic because he allowed students to use critical thinking skills. It grabbed their attention, started a class discussion, and seemed to spark their interest in the subject matter. 2. What mistakes did Mr. Radcliffe make during the lesson? I believe that Mr. Radcliffe failed to give the students a clear picture of his expectations. He should have given the students better insight about the level of details that they would need to know for the test. Some students need to be taught how to take notes and to study efficiently. 3. What changes did Mr. Radcliffe institute after seeing how his students performed on the exam? How do you think these changes will make a difference for his students? After Mr. Radcliffe saw that the students did not do as well as he had hoped on the next
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