In this way, I think I would ensure the objectives can be achieved if I reduced the relatively task difficulty and took limited time into account.
People including myself seemed particularly happy with the small group activity on perspective; I honestly did not think that that section of the lesson would have been the most popular or the most effective part, but it seemed like everyone was very much on-board with the concept of it and my execution of it i.
Her induction was clear and she looked confident. Next I gave each group a picture of a person and they described the persons. It was asking and answering questions based on their personal information. Students enjoyed the activities.
In general, everyone in the class had appreciative things to say about the class structure, the introductory activity, and the perspective activity that I had them start on before time ran out.
On the other hand, some peer said that pictures had drawn students' attention and highly motivated them to engage in a follow-up task.
Therefore, it is clear that it was a mixed ability classroom. I think that a student knowing that their writing will be shared, in some way, can motivate them to put a little extra effort into what they write because sharing gives them a sense of pride if they follow directions appropriately.
The first one was a whole class activity and the ot next two were group activity. Most of them responded to the exercises correctly while working individually. After analyzing peer feedbacks, I learn that the warm-up activity of using three hard-copy pieces of paper is not favored by some students.