Think reflectively about the micro-teaching lesson that you created and presented in class. The, write a blog (250-300 words approx.) that responds to the following three key questions: why you found this lesson interesting and strong for your class, what you would have done differently due to differentiating instruction reasons, and how you would have incorporated more culture into it.

In order to earn full credit for this blog, you must also leave at least two comments (50-100 words each) on your peers’ posts. Please take the time to read what they wrote – you’ll find that you often have similar reactions to the teaching experience, and can help one another a great deal through this first semester!

 

Deadlines:

For personal blog: Sunday, March 15, 2020, 11:59 p.m.

For two comments: Wednesday, March 18, 2020, 11:59 p.m.

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Hi Tanya,
I found your lesson to be well put together for the level you had. I agree that as teachers we should always be challenging our students. I would have liked to have seen more culture, but I do think your suggestion is a good start to incorporating it. I would just say instead of limiting it to just dogs, to expand it and make the lesson on animals itself. Then you could have students match the animal to its native country.

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