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  • in reply to: Time and Priorities #16144
    Amy Holley
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    Me too Angie, I think all subjects will benefit!

    in reply to: Time and Priorities #16143
    Amy Holley
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    I am with you 100% the emphasis on quality is clearly going to create a much better outcome for our students.

    in reply to: Assessment Review #16141
    Amy Holley
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    I agree it’s the collection of the parts that show the big picture. I also love that it is in parts so we can see exactly when they don’t make a connection.

    in reply to: skill development assessment #16125
    Amy Holley
    Participant

    Agree with your insight here. I can only imagine how the students will grow year after year with this instruction!

    in reply to: Reading Assessment and Feedback #16118
    Amy Holley
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    Great insight and reflection Liz. This form of assessment provides a standard for all students but allows for individual learning to take place as well. This assessment lends itself to deeper understanding and can grow with the students.

    in reply to: SPECS #16092
    Amy Holley
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    I think I did the exact same thing Elizabeth. I think with the right literature and practice this will be amazing.

    in reply to: A Sample Plan #16072
    Amy Holley
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    I love that you are aware of how you can best use the tool and how it might challenge you.

    Great question about when to use this tool.

    in reply to: CCS Structure #16069
    Amy Holley
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    The multiple methods of presenting the content and time spent in comprehension would clearly benefit all students. Student engagement and understanding would benefit them in all areas of study.

    in reply to: Collaborative Comprehension #16046
    Amy Holley
    Participant

    Absolutely agree with you students are more engaged when collaborating. There is so much value in this deeper investment in comprehension.

    in reply to: Vocabulary Demonstration #16014
    Amy Holley
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    I found that really interesting too! I hadn’t thought of the importance of introducing it orally first. I love the terms “pencils down” as well to really set a good expectation for listening

    in reply to: Vocabulary #16007
    Amy Holley
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    I’m with you this model is deeper and would really help the information stick:) I loved the bound journals too!

    in reply to: vocab #16006
    Amy Holley
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    Elizabeth I agree with you this model provides a great opportunity for higher level thinking. I love the bound journal books for this type of model as well.

    in reply to: Lesson Demo #15997
    Amy Holley
    Participant

    I really liked the slow pacing and talking through each cause and effect as well.

    in reply to: Current Instruction #15902
    Amy Holley
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    You are an amazing reading instructor! I do think as we reflect this is an overall concern or desire to spend more time for mastery and understanding.

    in reply to: The Ride to London #15900
    Amy Holley
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    Great perspective and agree fully 🙂

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