After reading ch. 21-24, post a comment here in which you do three things:
- Write about something that you marked in the text while reading these chapters from the Wongs' book.
- Write about how something that you read in these chapters is connected to something that you read in chapters 1, 2, 3, and 4 of Marzano's book. Provide specific examples from Marzano's book to demonstrate or support your points.
- Write about how something that you read in these chapters of the Wongs' book is connected to something from your own experience: another education course or text on the topic of lesson mastery, a teacher whom you have observed, your own methods block classroom, a teacher from when you yourself were a secondary student, etc.
If somebody before you has already posted a comment on one of the same concepts, also include in your own comments your response to that person's (or those persons') comments. In other words, what additional thoughts or new perspective can you contribute rather than merely repeating what someone else has said? (e.g., "Shannon, I marked the same idea from chapter 24, but for a different reason: I think that ___")
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