Constructing Meaning through Reading and Writing Shannon Zelayandia Grand Canyon University: EED-475 April 7, 2013 Constructing Meaning through Reading and Writing |Strategy |Activity |Assessment | |Teach the Author-Reader Relationship |Write Aloud: Give the students a small passage |Have the students hand in their papers and | | |and then have the students write what the |check for a clear understanding by what answers| | |author’s purpose is. Including main characters,|the students put down. Have each student bring | | |plot, main idea, and setting. They can also |up the paper one by one and ask further | | |draw a picture to go with it. |questions to the students t check for a better | | | |understanding.
In the listening assessment I can see how well students are pronouncing words in terms of breaking down the word using syllables. When the student repeats the words that he or she heard from the audiotape, I will be able to see how well they are coming along in listening and repeating, breaking down words to pronounce them correctly and trying to spell the words based off of how they sound. In the flash card assessment, I can see how well the students are coming familiar with the short “a” and the long “a” sound. Students will understand how words are spoken and spelled by knowing the long and short vowel sounds. I can monitor this by changing the words and the vowels at any given time.
Students will discover by looking as word choice and sentence structure how language styles Diction and Syntax from Civil have changed over time. After the reading lesson, students will write two RAFTs in the style of the times to show their War Times to the Present: understanding. In this lesson, students will read and analyze literary devices used in Edgar Allan Poe's "The Masque of the Red Death." They will read the first part of the story with support and modeling from the teacher, the next part in small Creating Suspense Lesson 1: groups, and the final section on their own. Students will examine Poe's use of imagery, foreshadowing, simile, Analyzing Literary Devices in personification, symbolism, and characterization.
You must cite these sources appropriately within your paper using MLA style. We will review this style in class; it is also spelled out in your LB Brief handbook and your Bedford Reader. 5. The essay should be free from distracting errors of grammar, spelling, and punctuation. I will pay particular attention to your use of compound and complex sentences, your use of apostrophes, and your proofreading (i.e., missing words/switched letters).
* Ensure that, if you do quote briefly from a book or other source, you reference the quote by using quotation marks “ “ and name the source (e.g. author and title). * Ensure that, if you have been working with others as a group, you don’t copy from others, but offer only your own work for assessment. We encourage students to collaborate but collusion to commit fraud must be avoided. * Ensure that, in practical classes, all work must be seen as ongoing by your tutor.
• If the desired message comes across effectively, might there be any consequences for the receivers? For society as a whole? In-Class Activity: Break students into small groups of 3 or 4, and ask each group to elect a recorder and a presenter. Teacher comes prepared with several ads from magazines, newspapers, etc. for students to analyze.
Stimulate thinking. Referral to timeline History Wall in the class made by the students. Ask questions to inform journal writing. | Teacher Introduction to lesson activity.Student Handouts given.Student to read last instalment of Pioneering Pommies of 1910. P38.Ask students to come and ask questions if needed.
Save all Xerox copies, interview notes, Internet printouts, pamphlets, etc. You will need these items to submit with your final paper. 8. As you begin to write your sections of the research paper, you must use MLA format for a research paper and review the paper rubric (to be distributed later) to ensure you are meeting all the criteria both individually and as a group. We will review and practice MLA format in class and you will receive several handouts.
| | Patterns of Reasoning Midterm for Ecomp 6102 Anna Lizier Lesley University Abstract My research paper is about the reasoning targets from Rick Stiggin’s book An Introduction to Student – Involved Assessment FOR Learning. Reasoning is how we use knowledge to solve problems. I will define the seven different reasoning targets and give examples of how I use these targets when teaching my students. With the support of other sources I will show my understanding of reasoning and the importance it has to me and my students. Patterns of Reasoning in the Classroom It is my understanding that reasoning is defined as a way of
A survey sheet was also given to all students. I read the questions on the questionnaire and the students made note of their responses on the questionnaire. The students’ answers will be scored and the results examined to determine the effectiveness of peer tutoring on reading comprehension