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Talk to Each Child Daily
Submitted by: Tony K.

Have you ever said good bye to a student at the end of the day and asked yourself, "Did I even talk to that child or have that child answer a question today?" To make sure that I call upon each student, hear each child read and answer a question in each subject, I've made a classlist with room beside it for comments, put it on my podium and randomly call upon them. This enables me to check for reading fluency, comprehension, and keep in touch with each child each day. This also is great for comments at parent teacher conference and report cards.



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