Ss learned about the difference between in/at/on today. To cap off the lesson, students had to write their own invitation to an event.
Elizabeth (Untitled) and Douglas (GT) were the only Ss who knew it should be "at home." Elizabeth also wanted to know why sometimes we use "the" and other times we don't because she put "the" next to everything in her invitation. We concluded that if it's part of the name, we need "the" but if not, we don't.
Also!! When I reminded the Ss about class changes next week, they lit up when they saw what they had learned in real time: on Tuesday at 4:30 ! (due to T-giving)