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  • 1. MY EVOLUTION, FINAL PROJECT, quot;TOP TENquot; Jennifer Bormuth in Rhyme
  • 2. 1. RESPECTED CLASSMATES  The best discussions have been right here,  Our time together has been dear.  Your wit and ingenuity created the greatest learning affinity.
  • 3. 2. NEW WORDS  My intellect has been challenged in a delightful way as I looked up words Dan often put to play.
  • 4. 3. ZPD  The Zone of Proximal development was an area I fell short.  With a little scaffolding and friendly support the concept now has better purport.
  • 5. 4. TALK ABOUT IT  Sharing learned repertoire is how our learning conveys.  A penny for your thoughts is a very smart phrase.
  • 6. 5. MISCONCEPTIONS a misconception can stay If learned improperly, eternally.
  • 7. 6. COLLABORATION  Working together is the name of the game.  Collaboration is not lame.  It gives us higher reasoning acclaim.
  • 8. MASTERY FOCUS  Mastery focus I have learned is all about understanding earned.  It’s not about “A’s” and public displays, but effort and improvement.
  • 9. 8. COMPETENCE  We all want to look smart to thee and feel that we can act competently.  Without success we can feel,  like mindless strangers in this deal.
  • 10. 9. PERSONAL TEACHING EFFICACY  Personal teaching efficacy means that I believe in me.  I know that when my students learn I can take credit for their upturn.
  • 11. 10. COMMUNICATION  This is what I learned topmost. Communication is a guidepost for what I want students to learn most.  Be precise is what they say don’t be iffy in what you convey.  Themes in sequence do ad joint when they connect to a point.  Transition signals are like stop and go to put students in the know.  Emphasis are verbal and vocal cues alerting students to information they’ ll use.