Lincoln High School Spring 2018
ELL levels 3 and 4 Literature studies
Over the course of eight weeks, I taught four sections of literature studies to 74 total students. I created and integrated lessons with academic conversation, literature circles, and tiered reading groups alongside state and district standards.
During this assignment, I observed and evaluated students' work to determine progress and make suggestions for improvement; adapted teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs, abilities, and interests; and established and enforced rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among the students.
The classroom was a 1:1 chrome book environment, which allowed me to use audio-visual aids, Kahoot, Prezi, Google Forms, and QuizIz along with standard powerpoint presentations.
In addition, I attended Flex workshops and weekly professional learning community meetings to expand my knowledge and strategy tool box, learning from veterans in the field.
To view some of my unit lesson plans during this experience, take a look at my teacher work sample here
Literature Circle Roles: experiencing peer sharing of ideas and extending comprehension of literary selections
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