First TeachNow Lesson Plan

  Lesson Plan   Teacher Candidate:   Nichole Lee Stinemetz Lesson Title: Introducing Point of View and Reading with Silly Voices Grade Level and Course: 2nd Grade (ELL only) Time Segment of Lesson: 50 minutes   Standard(s) Addressed in Lesson:   CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.2.6: Acknowledge differences in the points of view of characters, including by speaking in... Continue Reading →

Peer Review Assessment and Summary Reflection: TeachNow Module 5 Unit 1 Activity 3

Formative Assessments Formative assessments can seem really daunting since most people think of testing when they consider formative assessments. But through discussions with my cohort, creating the assignments for activity 1, receiving feedback from my peers, and looking at additional resources- I’ve concluded that assessments should always be multi-faceted with multiple skills being targeted at... Continue Reading →

Reflection on High Expectations and Their Impact on PISA and TIMMS Scores in Japan TeachNow Module 4 Unit 3 Activity 3

  High Academic Expectations Resources from the TeachNow module 4 unit 3 activities 1-2  showed that high academic standards led to more student success. High academic standards are usually communicated to students both through curriculum standards which teachers use to plan their classes and the teacher’s own expectations of their class. High academic curriculum standards might include things like... Continue Reading →

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