One indirect quotation (i.e. summary or paraphrase) with proper context C. References: The sources used in your writing your documented essay must be correctly listed APA style. Your References list must include the following: 1 1. The two essays chosen from Refining reading writing 2 2. The sources for the researched background
During your research Be systematic and methodical Use separate pages for notes on each section Carefully note the full reference for any quotation, book, article, example that you note (including the page numbers) Structure your notes in a usable way: go over the notes you made during the teaching and structure these, including diagrams if these are helpful to you Make a draft plan of the essay Consider how you are going to structure the essay. When integrating the reflective cycle review the marking criteria. As reflection includes both ‘description’ and ‘feelings’ phases you need to include these, but writing at level five or six a higher percentage of marks are awarded for ‘analysis, critical evaluation or reflection’ Roughly outline the planned contents Attempt to
This would be best covered within the second half of the course of study as they should have become familiar with using the action plan and reflecting on own progress. M2 requires learners to analyse the importance of attaining targets they have set themselves within their action plan. Learners should discuss how working towards the targets identified within their action plan has impacted positively on their performance/ development, or perhaps identify where the targets were unachievable and required changing to ensure progression. D1 requires learners to evaluate the changes made in response to ongoing reflection, giving thought to how the targets and goals have had a positive impact on personal development and considering reasons why, when changes have not impacted positively; therefore this information could follow on from learners’ evidence when completing M2. This assignment should be added to the learners PDP’s.
Standards: o Language Arts-Writing: Uses the general skills and strategies of the writing process; Uses the stylistic and rhetorical aspects of writing o Language Arts-Viewing: Uses viewing skills and strategies to understand and interpret visual media o Students employ a wide range of strategies as they write and use different writing process elements appropriately to communicate with different audiences for a variety of purposes. o Students use spoken, written and visual language to accomplish their own purpose 4. Procedures and Activities: guided practice Before we get started we will discuss the writing process: Prewriting Drafting Kerns page 8 Lesson Plans Revising Editing
Identifying non attendance could indicate a problem external to the teaching setting which may benefit from referral to other professionals or could point to students’ dissatisfaction with the teaching style which could be addressed by reassessing the teaching methods used in order to promote more inclusive practice. Assessment on the course forms an ongoing weekly record of how students are grasping lesson plan objectives and provides valuable feedback for both students and myself as their trainer. Monitoring student achievements, skills, abilities and progress through ongoing assessment, tracks their progress with feedback given to confirm that learning objectives have been met. Assessment also enables identification of any special needs that require more attention through setting targets for improvement in order to progress more effectively with the course. Recording special needs allows for assessment of the effectiveness of interventions implemented and gives students a measure of appropriate progress towards
Novel Assignments #1 and #2 Choose two of the following assignments. Hand them into the Dropboxes for Novel Assignments #1 and #2. Length: 3-4 double spaced pages each. In working on two of the assignments you will work closely with topics that require a close reading of the text. You will be evaluated on your introduction and thesis, the body paragraphs in which you argue your claims, and the concluding paragraph.
Must include a cover page that includes: Student’s name Course name and number Title of project Instructor’s name Date submitted Must include an introductory paragraph with a succinct thesis statement. Must address the topic of the project with critical thought. Must conclude with a restatement of the thesis and a conclusion paragraph. Must use APA style as outlined in the approved APA style guide to document all sources ACC 380 Week 5 Final Project Purchase here http://chosecourses.com/ACC%20380/acc-380-week-5-final-project Description Final Project The purpose of the Final Project is for you to demonstrate understanding of the reading as well as culminate the learning achieved in the course by describing your understanding and application of knowledge. Focus of the Final Project Review the financial information pertaining to Lee College in problem 11-8 on pages 357 and 358 of your text.
2 (PreK-2) The student drafts and revises simple sentences and passages, stories, letters and simple explanations that: express ideas clearly; show an awareness of topic and audience; have a beginning, middle and ending; effectively use common words; have supporting detail; and are in legible printing. ( LA.B.1.2.3 (3-5) The student produces final documents that have been edited for: correct spelling; correct use of punctuation, including commas in series, dates, and addresses, and beginning and ending quotation marks; correct capitalization of proper nouns; correct paragraph indentation; correct usage of subject/verb agreement, verb and noun forms, and sentence structure; and correct formatting according to instructions. 2. In the play, the King banishes spinning wheels from the kingdom. Reference the historical facts about spinning listed above to help the students, especially the girls, appreciate the role that spinning played in women’s lives in years gone by.
DEPARTMENTAL SYLLABUS English 1301 Catalog Description Designed to prepare students for academic writing, this course focuses on mechanics of expression and principles of English usage, refinement of writing techniques, critical writing skills, responses to written materials, and development of a clear, forceful prose style. Students completing this course should be able to present writing in response to a specific reading and demonstrate proficiency in reading and thinking critically. Course Description English 1301 emphasizes writing and speaking on local, regional, and national issues interesting to us as individuals but about which we may need to know more. As readers, we will examine how people use language to forge connections