English 1301: Rhetoric and Composition I Instructor: Yaroslav Malyuta Course Information: ENGL 1301 – 062 TR 7.00-8.20 pm PH 302 Office/Hours: TR 11.00-12.30 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone (Messages Only): 817-272-2692 ENGL 1301 RHETORIC AND COMPOSITION I: Introduction to college reading and writing. Emphasizes recursive writing processes, rhetorical analysis, synthesis of sources, and argument. ENGL 1301 Expected Learning Outcomes. By the end of ENGL 1301, students should be able to: Rhetorical Knowledge * Use knowledge of the rhetorical situation—author, audience, exigence, constraints—to analyze and construct texts * Compose texts in a variety of genres, expanding their repertoire beyond predictable forms
Reading Recovery is an intervention program designed to address the needs of first grade students who score in the lowest percentile on achievement tests in reading and writing. The program provides one-to-one tutoring, administered in the normal school day by a specialized teacher. Specially trained teacher leaders provide training for RR teachers and the training program awards the trainee graduate-level credits at major universities (RR Website). The RR training is aimed at improving the teachers’ theory of how children learn, as well as, the teachers’ strategies for teaching. Upon identification as a candidate for the Reading Recovery program, students are giving additional instruction in reading and writing through daily 30-minute sessions for approximately 16-20 weeks.
To help your teacher know whom the essay came from, save the file as: GEN1 S2 COMP 6.11 Research Paper First Draft_FIRST INITIAL_LAST NAME.doc Example: GEN1 S2 COMP 6.11 Research Paper First Draft_M_Smith.doc Type your paper in the document you create. When you are ready, turn in your draft to your teacher. • The recommended length requirement for this paper is 3–6 pages (900–1,800 words),
Then by Friday the students were to write an additional paragraph but in a quiz manner and then she had another student read the essay out loud checking for the proper content from what they had just studied.</P> | * | * | * 11. | * Assess Leslie's teaching using the effective teaching characteristics outlined in Figure 11.1. * Your Answer: | * First of all Leslie is an English teacher and she presented two English paragraphs to her students, one being written with proper English grammar and the second paragraph written with in proper grammar. She then broke down each sentence and picked different students to explain what part of the sentence was wrong. Second, I think she really cared
Quizzes (15%): There will be quizzes almost daily. There will be one or two problems on each quiz, and you will be given ten to ﬁfteen minutes to complete each quiz. It is your responsibility to bring notebook paper on which to write the solutions to the quiz questions. The questions will usually be typical problems from the lectures and/or the homework from at least two class periods prior to the day of the quiz. These quizzes can occur anytime during the class period.
CHAPTER 7: Past Papers. LISTENING. The following chapter has copies of listening past papers for the FES 1 exam. Your teacher will use these to give you practice of the different question types and you will also be able to use some of these on your own to practise the timing of the exam. June 2005 Foundation English Skills 1 Listening Instructions Answer all of the questions.
My First Day of School – Essay Assignment 20 pts. For this assignment you will be writing two complete paragraphs that describe your first day at GHS. Each paragraph must contain at least five complete sentences. You can write about the entire day, from beginning to end, or simply describe one specific event that made your first day memorable. The essay will be graded on the following criteria: CONTENT 10 pts.
Classroom Observation #2 School: Drabek Elementary Teacher: Mrs. Cashiola Subject: Science Number of students: 24 Date: 09-20-2012 Start time: 10:30 Finish time: 11:30 Total observation time: 1 hr. Grade: 5 How the teacher started the day: Mrs. Cashiol began the class by telling the students to get out their homework that they had been assigned the night before. Each individual student graded their own homework. She then had them get out their science books in preparation for the lessons for that day. After going over the homework and each student finishing grading their papers, she had them turn it in by passing it forward.
I can develop better studying skills by focusing on one thing at a time and understanding and relating the material I’m reading. This will help me metacognition also because I will be aware of what I know and what I don’t know. In video 2, Dr. Chew explains how what you think about while studying is the most important factor in successful learning. Dr. Chew explains the difference of deep processing and shallow processing. People who use deep processing learn the material whether they intended to or not, whereas people who use shallow processing even if they wanted to learn, they did not learn.