M6/U3/A2 - Specific Feedback and Praise
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7th Grade English (written praise)
remember to use transition words!
7th Grade English (oral praise - public)
reading goal: 22 pgs.
7th Grade English (oral praise - private)
test due thurs. 2/22
In this scenario, a student writes an assignment using key words, particularly in transitions. Upon grading, the teacher leaves a note that reads: "Excellent work, Gabe. You've made a great effort on this project and it's reflected in the result. I particularly liked how you used the key transition words like "similarly" and "likewise" and "finally". It's clear that you understand the content we've been learning - keep up the good work!"
In this scenario, the teacher asks who had met the reading goals for the day. Three students raise their hands. The teacher acknowledges their progress, using specific language to acknowledge their progress: "Great work, class. We set a goal, and you met it. I really value how you prioritized your time in order to meet our goal. Thanks for following directions well. Who thinks we should set a new goal?!"
In this scenario, a struggling student has completed a test. Despite learning obstacles, the student has been trying her best to prepare. The test results show a lot of room for improvement. However, they also indicate that student has worked hard. The teacher pulls the student aside and says, "Betsi, I can tell that you that you worked hard preparing for this test. I see so much improvement, especially how your incorporated key words and phrases. Good work."
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