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At the elementary level, many student ask off-topic questions or make statements that have nothing to do with the lesson. Although it is awesome to address these times (possible teachable moments!), it can interrupt a really great lesson/break another student’s concentration. A great way to cut…

Great idea!

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    Interesting
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  12. sweetpea0818 reblogged this from teachersintiaras and added:
    This is a neat idea
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    Love
  15. comesbackburningred said: I love this idea!!
  16. tunedintoteaching reblogged this from teachersintiaras and added:
    Great idea!
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  18. awkwardandglorious said: wow. what a GREAT way to reduce student contributions & probably some self-esteem while you’re at it.
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