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Jaciuk Jaciuk
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During a direct instruction phonics lesson, a third-grade teacher notices that several students seem disengaged after sitting at their desks for a long period of time. What is one useful way to incorporate movement into the lesson and make it more interactive?
A) Give the students an opportunity to walk around the room whenever they feel like it.
B) Have students demonstrate their understanding using their bodies (e.g., using thumbs up/down, sitting down if they disagree with an answer, clapping if they hear a particular sound, writing an answer on a white board).
C) Remind the children to be better listeners and have recess followed by a restroom break.
D) Take an activity break every five minutes and tell the children to stretch, bend, or touch their toes.
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