Qianyu Zhu

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Recent Reviews by Qianyu


Wed Nov 28, 2018 7:33 PM
5 good
The reason I chose this article is that I have written a lesson plan about the concept of a plant before, and I want to use the content of this article to see what problems I have not considered. After reading this article, I realized that I did not consider the students' understanding of the small concept of plants when designing the formative assessment. I think I will notice this in my future curriculum design and apply it to my future classes.


Wed Nov 28, 2018 7:32 PM
5 good
I will definitely use the content of this article in my future science class. For example, when I need to require students to do some observations of certain animals, I will encourage them to write a sentence to describe the features of these animals. In addition, they can use their own words to describe their findings of the certain topic after class. Using this way can help save time in class, and it can give more opportunities to recognize the students’ mastery level about certain knowledge.


Wed Nov 28, 2018 7:30 PM
5 good
This article is about the recycling program based on Earth day. The teacher, in the beginning, asked students where is the site that they put the trash after they finished the eating in the cafeteria. Then the class will have a discussion on what they observed. The target of this activity is to let students protect the environment by recycling their trash. During this activity, the students will collect the data about the number of trash they throw away between the lunchtime in school and in the home. The students can clearly see that the impact of human activity to the environment since the teacher will show the pie chart that the large gap between the trashes which students threw away in school and in the home. This is a good practice activity that I will use in my future class. I think such activities can cause students interests to care about the living environment. What’s more, it is a meaningful activity which can let students change their behavior on a daily basis to protect the environment. However, I may do some modifications about this activity, for example, before I require students to carry out this kind of activity, I may remind my students do not affect others’ normal activities during the event, and the safety warnings are also necessary.