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I have one of my formal evaluations coming up next week, and I need to figure out how I can make my plans for the class period a true GRR and have an I Do, a We Do, and a You Do.

My plan for the lesson is that the students will spend the majority of the class using Quizlet to study the cell organelles and their functions, and then compete as randomized teams to see who can score the highest.

The studying part is clearly a You Do, and depending on how I set up the quiz portion, that could be a We Do (if I'm talking about the answers after each question) or a You Do.

Anyone use quizlet before or something similar? Any advice on fleshing things out to meet all three parts of the GRR?

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mrteacherguy 10-18-2017 12:19 PM

I have one of my formal evaluations coming up next week, and I need to figure out how I can make my plans for the class period a true GRR and have an I Do, a We Do, and a You Do.

My plan for the lesson is that the students will spend the majority of the class using Quizlet to study the cell organelles and their functions, and then compete as randomized teams to see who can score the highest.

The studying part is clearly a You Do, and depending on how I set up the quiz portion, that could be a We Do (if I'm talking about the answers after each question) or a You Do.

Anyone use quizlet before or something similar? Any advice on fleshing things out to meet all three parts of the GRR?




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