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Old 01-29-2020, 04:45 AM
 
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Hello PT,
We have been given the choice to choose our subject and when we need to come be observed.

Reading-Need to see which skill I"ll be teaching, Math-I am in a unit with Fractions, Social Studies-I am in a unit for Immigration

Any fun, creative lesson ideas I can have for one of these?


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Probably a better topic for the Busyboard, but I always do what Iím most comfortable with for my first observation (normally guided reading and centers).

With that said- fractions has so many hands on activities you can do. However, youíll want to make sure you have good classroom management before doing something like that!
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Scholastic has a blog about fraction museums that is fun and educational.
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I did fraction museum for my final observation in 3rd and it was amazing. The kids loved it and even my principal was mildly impressed (which for my P at the time is saying something ).
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You could probably find some sort of simulation on immigration. Or some sort of story or article and integrate reading by teaching one or more non-fiction strategies.

Depending on what you are teaching with fractions, I'm sure there are fun activities, but it depends on what you are teaching!


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