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...t would have engaged in more reflective practice. The outcome was the students understood what others do in every day life and why they do and why it is important to do it. Yes the outcomes have matched what I expected. I've learned that my students did I great job at first I thought it was too much for them but I observed that they noticed every skill. My instructional plans went well and they did a great job. Children need time and honesty and their teacher who is willing get hands in with any students.
The host teacher gave me great construction criticism. She told me to make sure I have an extra plan in case things go wrong. She told me to always plan ahead. She told me that students love when teachers are working with them and are encouraging them to move a step further. I have more confident and doing my lesson as when I first started this class.
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