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supportive and corrective.

Support the outcome by keeping the kids focused on the learning. You should be reinforcing all during the lesson, “This is what you are learning.”

While patrolling the room, always mention the outcomes you want to achieve like, “… those adverbs are descriptive and really add meaning to your sentences…”

Don’t give out all the

information – every time.

Some time kids want to explore options to get information. Give out books, computer access and/or website for students to search.

Show the students how to use common search engines like Google. Make topics broad enough to allow students to have options in their interpretations.







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