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In this Stand Alone Instructional Resource, students can lear about what prepositions are and what they do. Students also learn how to make prepositional phrases. Finally, students are introduced to prepositional phrase poetry.
I really like your StAIR, it is easy to follow and has lots of information. I think you included a nice amount of quiz questions and did a good job of explaining how to get the correct answer. I really thought the added learning material at the end was nice as well incase their still wanted to learn more or if they were ready to move on. Nice job! (I learned stuff myself J)
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33 weeks ago
Ease of use: I think your StAIR ease of use was great.
What you did well: I liked how you walked students through the lesson with the video.
What you could add to make the resource more useful: The video seemed to cut out mid-sentence at the end.