How to Correctly Review Concepts
Reviewing concepts, which is part 3 of from the lesson plan template, seems as if it would be simple enough. Unfortunately, it's far too easy to mishandle, which can result in some dismal outcomes.
1. Don't Cut Corners: The lesson plan you create for your struggling learner is absolutely crucial. If you cut corners here, you will likely create a domino effect. Be completely prepared, so when you are working with your child, you can work towards his greatest understanding and success.
2. Truly Understand the Concepts: The Learning Box at the top of most worksheets is critical. This lists the objectives you will be covering with your student. Be careful not to have your student simply read through them quickly. DISCUSS EACH ONE THOROUGHLY until you are sure he completely understands them before moving on to the next one.
3. Turn the Concepts Into Questions: To be certain your student truly does comprehend what's coming, change each bullet point into a question. For example, on the wh worksheet, you could ask, "If an o comes after a wh, what sound does it make?" [/h/]