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Strategies to Improve Transitions and Time Management

Lesson Objective: Making effective use of time during an 80-minute class period


  1. What is the impact of having students' reflect on the time it takes them to complete tasks?
  2. How do the 1, 2, and 3 finger signs help limit class interruptions?
  3. Why does the use of a timer help both the teacher and students more so than just saying?

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