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Developing Instructional Sequences

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Rene teaches at a Kindergarten in Baltimore Maryland. Most of the students in his class are African-American and the school itself is located downtown Baltimore. With Thanksgiving approaching, Rene wants to devote time in class to the history of Thanksgiving and how the holiday relates to American history. On one specific day of class, he decides to focus on the importance of the first meal. As one element of his instruction, he plans to teach students how to create turkeys using their hands.

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Suggest an instructional sequence focused on the creation of hand turkeys that includes : PRE-ASSESSMENT, to gauge students initial knowledge; INFORMAL ASSESSMENT, to check understanding while the work is being completed; and SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT, to check for understanding once the work is complete.

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