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Lesson Plans


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Linda Kelty (lckelty)
Sat, 20 Nov 1999 22:06:05 -0500

Have you thought about putting a different emphasis on the recess time?
Rather than taking away their play time, ask if they'd like the privelege of
having extra time to work on their beautiful piece since it's obvious to you
how important it is to them. I have kids who sign up to come in for just
that reason all the time.
For those who are super meticulous, sometimes I adjust the curriculum
requirements to allow them more time on a project they have invested
themselves in. It might be to shorten or eliminate another assignment if
there is evidence that they understand the criteria in the work they are
involved in. There is always room to make an exception for exceptional
cases. Hope this helps, Linda K.
-Anna wrote:

I'm trying to collect some ideas on what to do with the student who NEVER
>finishes. ...but the ones who
>work all class, (some are meticulous w/ great skills, some work dilligently
>and are struggling) but soooooo slow that they will never finsh a project
>all year! I have tryied to focus them, make smaller sizes, etc... and I'm
>just not sure how to help them. But it's so unsatisfying for them (and me)
>that they never fully finish their beautiful work

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