Observation Exercise: Seeing The Invisible (Uncut)

An Observation Challenge -
Part 3

Finding an Observational Focus:

Seeing the Invisible (Uncut)

You might want to take notes while watching this Uncut Classroom video (raw video footage). You can annotate this video by clicking on the Notes tab to the right. Or, download the Observation Worksheet below.

Take Notes:

While watching this Uncut Classroom video (raw video footage), post your observations in the comments section or download the Observation Worksheet in the Supporting Materials below.

Questions to Consider

  • What is the learning purpose of this portion of the lesson? How do you know?

  • Ms. Brewer uses both words and actions to create a culture of learning in this portion of the lesson. How would you describe the culture? How do her words and actions create it?

  • How does Ms. Brewer use gentle scaffolds in order to help her students get ready to write on their own and with confidence? Do you suppose some of these are built over time?

When you've finished watching this video, go back to the Challenge to watch Sarah's Think Aloud.

Supporting Materials

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  • Taking Notes On Seeing the Invisible.PDF

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