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While teaching a lesson to her tenth grade class, Ms. Moreland asks the class several questions. Why is stopping to ask questions an important component of teaching a new lesson?
During Ms. Foster’s meeting with a Leon, a fifth grader, he says he does not know why he cannot complete his assignments or keep up in his classes this year.
Mr. Sanders is completing a lesson on the periodic table and chemical equations. For the final assessment he allows his chemistry students to choose a project from a suggested list that includes poster presentation. Why would this approach enhance learning and retention?
Ms. Carter wants to maintain an effective learning environment for her sixth grade students as they transition to middle school. To help achieve this goal, she is developing a classroom management plan. The main purpose of her management plans is to—-
Ms. Pate is a tenth-grade teacher who is planning a parent conference with the parents of an ESL student. She wants to make sure the conference enhances effective communication. Ms. Pate has arranged the room so the parents are facing her with no physical barriers between them, prepared all reports and information in both languages, and scheduled extended time for the conference. What other considerations should Ms. Pate address to ensure a successful conference?