Monday, 17 March 2014

1)The topic we presented was about growing up, and our mini lesson was about the question mark. We made it stick in the heads of our audience by making our six word memoir rhyme, as well as having an artsy photograph
2)I feel like our mini lesson could have gone better if we used a memoir that related to young kids better, but I think we explained our memoir and photos well,as well as including and explaining our question mark and comma.
3) I learned that when you're teaching to small kids, making the subject matter entertaining is much more important than working on making them learn, because if they're not entertained and engaged they won't be able to learn
4) For our next interaction with the kids, we should maybe do a lesson based off the book they're going to read us

1 comment:

  1. Hi,

    This is Ms. Bettess. My class is really enjoying interacting with your class. I like your suggestion of another activity. You are definitely right, as an elementary teacher (or any level really) you need to present a lesson that will engage your students. Thanks for interacting with the 3BBees.

    Ms. Bettess