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The answer is the same as you would do if they missed a critical math lesson. I would pull them aside for a brief review of the activity. With the small group structure of the CCS, you also have the flexibility to change groups for specific needs. For example, if 3-4 students are struggling with the skill and vt, pull them into a small group for a review one day. Use the flexibility built into the program’s daily structure to meet needs as they arise.
Looking forward to the conversation, Jane.
Excellent insights, Joanna!
Good analysis of common practice and benefits of more intentional instruction.
Yes, Joanna! Great observations and connections to word mastery.
Kori, this is an example of reflective practice—a habit you will want to cultivate as you begin teaching. Research shows that teachers who engage in such reflection are significantly more effective than colleagues who do not. Good analysis and insights here!
Great observations and interaction, all!
Yes, excellent analysis and insights, Kori!
Yes, good insights, Joanna! Usage is the true demonstration of word mastery.
Yes! Excellent analysis and insights, Abigail!
Good, reflective practice, Christine. Challenge yourself to emphasize transfer once every ten days or so this year.
GREAT! “connections,” “meaning,” “purpose,” “theme”—awesome observations! Excellent reading experience and reflections on it, Joanna!
Great interaction! Love the terms “discover” and “filter” that show up in your comments. Excellent reflections!
Great observations, Joanna.