Click below to see some of our classroom work in action.
|Juicy Sentence||Developed by Lily Wong Filmore, the move has deconstructing and then reconstructing an important sentence from text. The move aides with comprehension and a stronger understanding of syntax.||5th |
|Because But and So||Developed by Judith Hochman, the sentence expansion activity assists with comprehension and writing||Link|
|OUT||Developed by the Stanford History Group, Opening Up the Textbook nurtures dispositions by vivifying, complicating, contesting, and expanding a traditional textbook experience. These are Aaron’s 4th graders completing the lesson on Hoover Damn. You can find the lesson here.||Link|
|ELA Demo||Aaron’s 3rd graders work with Unit 2 from Benchmark Advance. School year 2018-2019.||Link|
|Full ELA Block||Recorded in 2019, Aaron’s 3rd grade students work through Unit 3 from Benchmark Advance.||Link|
|Summary Sentence||Another really smart move from Judith Hochman, Aaron’s 3rd grade students take a text and summarize, using only one sentence.||Link|
|Concept Test||Created by Dr. Eric Mazure, students engage in retrieval practice as a way of reviewing previously taught material. This example comes from Aaron’s 4th grade DL students from school year 2020-2021.||Link|