Lesson 2 Setting

Lesson 2 Setting - Lesson 2, Draft writing assignment:...

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Lesson 2, Draft writing assignment: Setting We will start by writing a description of the setting where you are carrying out your intervention. When you visit the classroom, take note of what the students are doing, how many adults are working with the students, where you will work with your individual or small group, and so forth. The setting lets the reader know if your classroom is similar to his or hers. Please don't name the specific school or town, because we always want to protect confidentiality and don't want to use information that might help a reader identify the student(s) with whom you are working. Information to Include in Setting Section Where did the study take place (describe, but don’t name the school or town)? When during the day did the study take place? Who conducted the study and what was their relation to the participant and to your study? Who else was present (staff, other students, etc) and what was going on in the room while you were working with your assigned student? (Length:
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