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Tech in the Class Virtual Lesson Reflection

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Hi my name is Kelsey Willett and I made a virtual lesson last week on how to build an argument Overall I think that my virtual lesson went pretty well

One thing that I will continue doing when I give a virtual lesson is to give my own example of what I am expecting my students to do before I have them do it on their own By scaffolding my lessons in this way, I am giving them the support that they need in order to do the work on their own and as they get better and as time goes on I can eventually remove this support because they will be able to support themselves So I think that is really important One thing that I need to work on is my nerves You could definitely tell that I was nervous when I was recording my video and I remember that when I finished recording, I felt like I hadn’t taken a breath the entire time

I know that this is something that I will get better at as I practice more and become more comfortable, but right now it is definitely something that I need to work on Another thing that I need to work on is speaking naturally I had an entire script that I wrote out that I followed word for word so at some points that made my speech sound forced, which is definitely not that appealing for the listener so I will work on that as well I really liked watching my peers because I learned things from them that I can use in the future to make my own lessons better From Kasey I learned that it is important to have a bright happy voice in a virtual lesson, because that is all the students are getting from you

No one wants to listen to someone drone on in monotone, so she did a really good job with portraying her excitement for her lesson through her voice One thing that Fran did that I really like was when she was explaining her rationale on why her lesson was important Because she did this she created a connection between herself and her students that would go a long way to making them feel more receptive from learning virtually which is really cool I really like the idea of virtual learning lessons and the way that they allow, um, in the way that they can be emerged into an actual classroom With a virtual lesson, you are giving the students the entire lesson in a format that they can pause, rewind, and rewatch super easily so that cuts down on the teacher answering the same questions over and over and over again

For my specific lesson I built it around the idea that I was gone and we had a sub for that day, so the sub would be able to play my lesson and the class wouldn't be wasted I think all of these different uses for virtual lessons will definitely help me in the future as I try to come up with innovative ways to switch up my classroom and my lesson plans

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