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I like that you pulled concepts from what we have learned in class and turned them into tangible projects. For instance, we did a google doc about what we are experts in at the beginning of the year, but you turned it into a jar. It's great that this can apply to any age range, from little kids to college or other adult classrooms. Making students feel comfortable in class is vital to the success of a class, and by introducing the students to you and others in this kind of way, will create the basis to continue learning about students.
I like that you described how a flipped classroom is useful in a class, and how to use it. I didn't know that this was a thing until now, it's an interesting way to consider running a class. I also like the idea of different levels of difficulty with student assignments, but I do wonder how exactly this would work in a classroom. Do students choose their difficulty level? Will everybody end at the same standards (or higher...)? How do you teach a class when everybody is working on different assignments?
Great job everyone! I really like the idea of color coding in sonnets and other poetry. That can be really helpful for students--ELL or not-- and can be useful in more than just English, such as in math or science as well. I like that you chose one unit to focus on, although this can also be applied to many other units as well.
Nice job y'all! I love how much effort you all put into this. By including a real-life example of how to create an assignment that can mold to various classrooms and novels, it really gives us a how-to for our future classes. It is interesting and will allow teachers and students to explore cultural identity through a text in a way that is coherent with the class and useful for the students.
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