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The students were given the option to take part in the mini lesson or start working on their poetry assignment. By giving the student the choice of topic, they are taken control of their learning. By giving the students the choice of their own individual reading, the students are again taking control of their learning which can apply to the assignment. In addition, by letting students read or write on topics on interest the educators engaging, supporting, and accessing prior knowledge/vocabulary. By providing a variety of outputs for students, the educator is removing barriers allowing for students to succeed overall. The educators are meeting the expectations for overall equability. My experience with implementing the intervention strategies during this class was overall successful. The students seem to take responsible of their learning and set goals to meetthe expectations of the teacher, their learning goals, and their overall abilities. The students felt successful having the choice to sit in a small group or out of the small group. I noticed the mini lesson before set the students up for success after their whole group instruction. The mini lesson clarified any concerns, questions, or confidence with moving forward. If the mini-lesson happens at the end of the class period, it was a time to set the student up for success to finish the assignment as homework or the next day. Possible changes I would make in the future