LC Module: Reflection Questions
GC421-S2(6) – Question Development Guide – There are various levels of knowledge and understanding needed on a subject. For example, a good car salesman needs a low to moderate degree of knowledge about car operation and parts to sell vehicles. Whereas, a good mechanic must have a high degree of knowledge about car operation and parts in order to repair vehicles. Alexa will direct students will review the assigned content and determine the level of knowledge needed for their inquisitive question. Each level is described. Keywords are provided for each level to ensure writing a question at the appropriate level of understanding. The levels are Knowledge Level, Comprehension Level, Application Level, Analysis Level, Synthesis Level or Evaluation Level.
GC420-S4 – Multi-Sensory Reflection Circle – A Reflection Circle allows topic information to be summarized and consolidated using the different modes of presentation of write it, say it, draw it or do it. In a four-step process, as directed, Alexa or Instructor will lead students, individually, with a partner set or small group, to create both topic cards and presentation mode draw cards. Last, students will draw a topic and presentation mode card. Then, they will fulfill their assigned topic and presentation requirement.
GC419-S2 – Reporter Reflection Log – A Reflection Log generates a reflection on today’s lesson and focuses on planned behavior change as a result of the lesson, either in general or personally. Using a two-step process, Alexa or Instructor will lead students to respond to questions of what will be done differently as a result of today’s lesson, using who, what, when, where, and why. Last, students will be directed to address how will this change be achieved with a proposed plan, if applicable.
GC418 – Reflection Questions – Learning Event Reflection Log – Field Trip, Speaker, Video (Journal Entry)
GC418-S4 – Learning Event Reflection Log – 1. A Reflection Log consolidates content for long-term retrieval by summarizing a daily or weekly lesson summary, a field trip, a guest speaker or a video. As directed, individually, with a partner or small group, Alexa will lead students to listen closely to reflection questions that request learning results, previous learning connections, real-life applications and any clarifications needed.
GC417-S2 – 3 2 1 Dialogue Reflection – Reflection Logs consolidate content for long-term retrieval. As directed, individually, with a partner or small group, Alexa or Instructor will lead students to listen closely to three reflection questions on three things learned, two things interesting or surprising and one question that remains unanswered about the lesson.
GC416-S4 – Activity or Game Reflection Interview Tool – Following each demonstration, game or activity, Alexa or Instructor will guide students, as directed, individually, with a partner, small group or class to complete reflective questions provided to ensure understanding of the illustration presented. The questions will allow the students to interview and share what they learned today, their previous knowledge and any unanswered questions that they may still have about the lesson topic. By interviewing each other, other students will add a different perspective or feedback on the learning activity.
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