From the e-Activity, examine the two (2) versions of the paragraph created. Distinguish the changes and the possible impact of the changes on the students. Select one (1) of the small-group formats discussed in the textbook. Provide one (1) example that depicts the benefits that the learning audience gained from the selected small-group format. Determine a situation when the selected small-group format would not be effective and propose an alternate small-group format that would be more appropriate. Provide a rationale for your recommendation.
Week 4 eActivity Instructional material is designed on a reading level that students can comprehend. The Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level index determines the reading complexity between different passages equivalent with grade levels (K-12). Go to Educational Technology Clearinghouse’s Website and review frequently asked questions about the Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level index, located at etc.usf.edu/lit2go/welcome/faq/. Write a paragraph intended for a fifth-grade level workbook using heuristics for developing instruction. Go to https://readability-score.com/text/ and check the Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level index of your paragraph by pasting the paragraph content into the “test to score” box. Revise the paragraph if it is not on a fifth-grade level. Keep both versions. Be prepared to discuss in the discussion thread forum.