Like Sandy, I also like to use questioning at the end of class. But we do it
after clean-up. The amount of questions depends on how much time clean-up took
for the period. The questions are from notes they should have in their
The first one to answer the question correctly leaves FIRST! The kids know this
so they pay even closer attention to the content of lessons. It has turned out to
be a very motivated way to do reviews.
MaryB. (enjoying a warm December in Wis, well 50 is warm for us.)
> Sandy, > > My teacher evaluation came up satisfactory for "assesment at the end of EACH > class period". I inquired why, I now wrap up the class before clean up by > questioning the kids, using what was in the objectives for the DAY, a brief > review. > > > Sue