Here are the guided notes I gave them to complete while watching his videos. That created a lot of extra time for us to have some fun with some interactive skits!
I decided I was going to start showing my 7th graders how to do this. I made this handout for them and explained that we were going to practice how to study today. I told them that these strategies will apply to other classes and will be extra useful for high school. One of my students exclaimed "This is so helpful! All teachers should do this! I never know how to study!" I felt immediately satisfied that this was a necessary lesson.
With Edpuzzle you can crop videos to only show the most relevant section and then embed questions for students to answer throughout!
With my older students who have already learned about and been exposed to Day of the Dead, I find that a quick review is more effective and age-appropriate.
over again. But what percentage of kids actually hear each and every repetition? How many of them tune out?