Giving instruction lessons with the right focus?

During teaching, it helps enormously to be aware of the goal you are working towards, both in the short term and in the long term. To help you with this, we have linked the Snappet learning objectives for arithmetic to the intermediate objectives of the SLO.

The intermediate objectives describe what students should generally know, be able to do, and understand by the end of each school year to reach the target level 1S at the end of their primary or special education (SLO).

You now see the intermediate objectives for your school year in the lessons in your lesson plan. This way, you know what you are working towards and can give your instruction lessons with the right focus.

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