Jordan's Lucky Day Observation

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At the beginning of the observation, the students were divided into four reading centers. Diego’s reading group consisted of him, four students and his teacher, Ms. McGillen. The students were sitting in a semicircle facing the teacher. The students were reading, “Jordan’s Lucky Day” by Steve Parker. The students were taking turns reading outload. When it was Diego’s turn to read he stumbled across a word that he did not know. He was a little frustrated but Ms. McGillen encouraged him to try his best. Diego was engaged, sitting straight, and following along in his reading book. As they finished reading Ms. McGillen asked the students to identify the main character. Following, she asked “how did Jordan feel?” every student took turns answering

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