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Susan seemed puzzled about the fact that she got along well with the sixth and seventh graders but had a great difficulty with the eighth graders How do you evaluate her thinking about why she is having this difficulty What if anything do you think she is missing in her self-appraisal Thinking that my other classes frequently enjoyed working in groups I next considered using that option more often with the eighth graders is a comment made by Susan herself which illustrates her thought process about teaching the different grade levels In evaluating Susans thoughts on how to provide support and reassurance to her eight grade students I see that she is exhibiting a very narrow point of view When Susan compares her sixth and seventh graders to her eighth graders she is making a big mistake in justifying what will work for her sixth and seventh graders will also work for her eighth graders If Susan was to use the same strategy with all grades she would have to include UDL to her lessons Even in the event of using UDL there are some things that might need to be adjusted to fit the needs of her eight graders Modifications were not made for the group instructions so that each individual would feel comfortable Also in evaluating Susan I found that she tries to implement the same technique on her average class as the same technique in her advanced class This will cause problems because what is challenging for her normal students might be considered tedious for her gifted students Within Susans self-appraisal she is missing an understanding of the different grade levels each individual students needs and the general idea that these students are in middle school She needs to take into account that these teens and preteens are used to Mr Ks procedure and his strategies of teaching In the passage Susan says that they the students might not be accustomed to
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