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How do you intentionally plan? I am so great with recognizing teachable moments, but not so strong in my intentional planning. How do you start?

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Prekteach13 06-26-2017 04:28 AM

For me, intentional teaching comes easier when I have a long range curriculum plan written for the year that outlines what math & literacy standards I need to cover each month. I have a math and literacy curriculum map I try to follow, and then a list of science/social studies/vocabulary topics that I try to hit each month.

I also do assessments 3x/year, so I can use those for planning too, based on what groups of students need to work on.

I do find that most of my intentional teaching is done during large group and small group. When I'm just interacting with students during centers, i focus on higher level questioning and scaffolding play. I'd love to be more intentional at center time, but it doesn't always work out that way.

teacher24 06-25-2017 08:24 PM

How do you intentionally plan? I am so great with recognizing teachable moments, but not so strong in my intentional planning. How do you start?




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