Specific Praise and Feedback
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Grade 3 Math Class- Small Group- Fractions Unit
I f I take the Orange Cuisenaire rod(10 cm) how many equivalent fractions do I get?
Jack I liked the way you lined up your trains. You used a great strategy to find out how many equivalent fractions are represented in the orange rod.
Grade 6 ELL Class- Poetry Unit
Chunky Cheese- what a nice use of alliteration in your poem. I am sure many readers can relate to 'chomping into chunky cheese'. Perhaps you could add a few more interesting sentences to your poem.
Does my poem have the poetic elements?
Grade 4- Reading Intervention Group
Everyone gets stumped by words . But you are making the effort to decode accurately and your persistence is helping you read more words
Oh No! there I go again stumbling on words...I cant even read the same words correctly
The students were learning about equivalent fractions and used Cuisenaire rods to find out how many equivalent fractions were possible using the rods.
Grade 6 group are ELL students who need assistance and guidance to write their poems. They are often unsure about their language and use. These students need to be given specific feedback about what they did right!
Students who struggle with reading often begin to feel "dumb". It is essential to remind them of their effort and success in reading the word accurately.
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