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Week 15, Lecture 1 - Group Presentations

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Megan Brown

on 19 April 2016

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Transcript of Week 15, Lecture 1 - Group Presentations

4. Put your journal in the crate
1. Sit with your group
2. Put supplies in a neat pile in the middle of the tables so your group is ready to go if you are presenting
Next Class:
Response Journal 4 on Carmen
4 Groups will present
B, F, E, C
3. Take an evaluation off the front cart and fill it out honestly
Fold and return to the front cart
"Reading should not be presented to children as a chore or duty. It should be offered to them as a precious gift." — Kate DiCamillo
Professor Brown's Top Ten
1. If you don't enjoy it, either make it enjoyable or change it
2. Keep up to date on the newest books
3. Find a book to read for fun (even just 5 minutes)
4. Start creating your classroom now (don't wait)
5. Use your resources (for support and ideas)
5b. Make friends with the secretary and the janitor
6. "Sharing is caring"
7. Always have back-up lessons just in case
8. Find one "sunshine moment" in every day
9. Don't make teaching your entire life
10. Failure only occurs when you don't do something about it
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