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Paper Topic 3 It was a typical Monday for Mrs Otter after lunch she had her usual 3 classes Water was the first group Nets the second and Earth the third Before she would begin class students had to follow the agenda for the day The agenda is located at the front of the board and it tells the students what they will need for the class Once the students are seated quietly Mrs Otter points out the incentive chart a listing of each groups name If the students follow the criteria for the incentive chart they will receive a sticker The group with the most stickers after a month will receive a reward The lesson plan for the day is analyzing the characteristics of a heroheroine The first and third group for the afternoon had the same lesson plan Building upon the homework from the night before students in the class are asked to share what they wrote for their characteristics of a heroheroine After about half of the students read their characteristics to the class Mrs Otter pooled their characteristics into a main concept She thanked each child for sharing and placed a sticker on the incentive chart for class participation She then handed out a sheet of paper and asked students to pair up and develop a list of 8 characteristics of a heroheroine The reading for the day was the story of Gilgamesh Mrs Otter read the story aloud however due to time constraints the students were not able to list any hero characteristics for Gilgamesh Eventually the students will write an essay comparing their characteristics of a heroheroine to Gilgamesh The second group for the day was Nets this group works through the Connecticut Mastery Tests CMT practice math workbook The first lesson for the Nets group was estimating After Mrs Otter explained estimation the class answered a few examples Students were called on to answer and explain
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