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EED 415 Week 4 Classroom Observation Paper


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Observe an elementary math lesson. Identify as many of the following as you can during the lesson:
Lesson objectives Opening, such as an anticipatory set, hook, or attention grabber Manipulatives used, such as base-10 blocks, pattern blocks, C-rods, algebra tiles, counting bears, geoboards, or tangrams, and an explanation of how they were used in the activities
Methods of instruction, such as direct instruction, cooperative learning, inquiry, or discovery
Instructional strategies used to adapt and modify the learning activities
Procedures used Assessment, such as think-pair-share, a worksheet, a textbook exercise, a quiz, an observation checklist, a portfolio, a journal entry, or a project
Examples of differentiated instruction and assessment
Adaptations or modifications to instructional strategies, materials, and equipment to accommodate diverse learners
Integration of math concepts or other curricula
Write a 350- to 700-word paper in which you summarize your observation, including the aforementioned components.
Conclude with a reflection on the teaching strategies that were effective for student learning.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
Document your observation or reflection on the BSEd Field Experience Record.

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