Visual PQA – 7

I am just finishing up a 28 page description of Julie’s Visual PQA work. I will add it to the Google file for those interested. Ruth has it set up now with files generously donated by Julie and Eric. It should post here soon. Ruth has already translated Julie’s lleva, duerme and hace ruido PP presentation into French and it is on there too.
In addition, I thought I might add a photo of Julie’s posted daily objectives on the day I observed her second Learning Lab:
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4 thoughts on “Visual PQA – 7”

  1. YEAH, I don’t know where it is either, Chill!
    Ben – where’s the Google link? What is this Google file you speak of? 🙂

  2. It’s not quite ready. It has files for Visual PQA (vPQA) from Julie and Eric and one translation from Ruth. I will add my verbal description of all the details that I learned as I observed Julie and other DPS teachers. It should be up this week. People who wish to explore more output from their students are advised to look into vPQA. To fully understand the potential here you have to read the six Visual PQA posts that preceded this one, as well as the verbal description that accompanies the link we will offer this week.

  3. I read every word and think I get it, but seeing the choice of slides and their scaffolding along with the captions will make things totally clear. Retired, you say? You seem busier than ever and lucky us to be the beneficiaries of your “free time”! Thanks, Ben.

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