Specific feedback and praise
Teacher uses praises to appreciate students' work and also in the progress gives and gets feedback.
Students on the carpet
Now that we are done with the mini lesson, I want you to move to your seats and pick out your book and begin to write down items you bought when you shopped and add up the prices.
Well done Jamil, I can see you have included items you bought during your shopping. It shows you bought lots of things. I guess you had fun shopping.
Teacher praises student
Jamil thinks of things he bought and he listed them down.
Teacher's feedback to student
You did a good job listing down your items. Now could you add the prices for each item and add all together to know how much you spent on your shopping.
Teacher gives a mini lesson on addition and subtraction of money, instructs students to list items they bought with money while shopping, then add up the prices of each item.
Teacher appreciates the effort of the students and recognizes what student has done so far
After praising student, teacher in a good turn asked student to add the part of the work that he was missing, which is; adding prices of the items together.
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