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Old 12-22-2019, 12:45 PM
 
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I am ESL. My biggest group is 6 students. I also work one-on-one.
The first video I recorded with 2 students.
The second video with a group of 6 students.
Would these be considered different instructional formats???? Or should I record a one-on-one lesson???



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Old 12-22-2019, 05:51 PM
 
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What's your cert area and do your directions specify different configurations?
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Old 12-23-2019, 05:33 AM
 
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English as a new language is my cert area.
The instructions say
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large group, small group, one-on-one, or other configuration that is appropriate for your situation
Also, Zia, I used 9 materials in my whole lesson (60minutes). I can't attach all of them.
In the recorded video students used a handout with differentiated questions, so I am thinking of attaching two samples completed by the students, one for high support and one for moderate support. Since the instructions mention I can't reduce full-sized pages of IM, that's going to be 2 pages.
The third page will be a transcript of the video students were watching to answer the questions.
The other materials I referred to throughout the video are: an anchor chart w the lesson goals and the word bank and an anchor chart w sentence frames for conversation skills. I described those in the instructional planning form, I don't have space to attach them.
Is that ok?
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I think what you describe fits the bill, if your largest grouping is 6 kids, then, for you, that's whole group. 2 would be small group. Be sure to explain this!


I think your evidence sounds viable. You can't shrink, but you can crop for snippets. Just an idea. I do wonder about this:

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The third page will be a transcript of the video students were watching to answer the questions.
Is this crucial? It seems like a lot of space used for this.
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Old 12-23-2019, 09:53 AM
 
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I'm not saying that isn't solid evidence; that's for you to decide. But I think you should examine it, that's all.


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Zia, all the questions you ask make me think deeper or rethink, which is good. It's better to improve now, than have to regret after submitting
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I'm glad my questions help you to dig deeper.
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