Summary-Critique of Professional Journal Article A Lesson Cycle for Teaching Expository Reading and Writing Jessica Harvie Southeastern University Research-Based Practices of Reading and Writing Instruction EDUC 5433 October 12, 2013 Dr. Janet Deck The two newly credentialed English teachers taught a five week long summer course educating 30 sixth graders and 31 seventh graders. The goal for these students was to be promoted to the next grade by the start of the next school year. The teachers taught study and English skills to these California middle school students who were required to attend class in order to be promoted. The participants were comprised of 20 sixth grade males and 10 females which included 21 Latinos and 9 white, non-Latino students. The seventh grade population consisted of 20 males and 11 females of which 19 students were Latino and 12 students were white or non-Latino.
Hello Stacy Hernandez As we begin to wrap up Quarter 3 of our 2012-2013 school year, it is important that we checkin again with regards to your student’s progress towards Semester 2 final grades. As you know, Middle School students receive letter grades at the end of each semester. The end of our third quarter is a good time to think about how your student is meeting the goals outlined in the grading scale. I’ve attached the scale to let you know what is expected of your student for each letter grade. Aim high!
My ultimate goal at the end of the plan is my destination. To be successful in my goal, I need to have my own plan that’s make me walk in the right decision to achieve what I want the most. In the following ten years’ time, there are two planning that i need to think about. The first one is short-term plan and the second is long-term plan. My first planning is to success with my four-year times study at the Economic and Finance institute.
Name: Date: Graded Assignment Lab Report Answer the questions. When you are finished, submit this assignment to your teacher by the due date for full credit. Note: As this is the first lab, you will have an opportunity to revise and resubmit the assignment for a higher grade in the Drop and Bounce Revisited lab. (3 points) Score 1. Write the goal of the lab or the question you tried to answer.
GCSE English Language Unit 1 (Higher) Top Tips This revision guide contains a sequence of activities, and guidance on how to complete these activities, which will build on the learning of the last two years and help you to achieve success in your examinations. There are a range of twenty-minute activities and you should aim to complete at least one every day between now and your exam dates. To improve your grades: 1. Plan your revision, and stick to the plan. 2.
Addressing The Five Pillars Of Reading Instruction Education Essay This paper explores language acquisition using the five pillars of reading instruction identified by the National Reading Panel during the Bush administration. Through published articles, varying levels of instruction, importance and influence of each pillar are addressed. Research-based approaches and methods are discussed as they relate to struggling readers and English Language Learners (ELL) for language acquisition. Functional uses of these approaches in the classroom are discussed. Language Acquisition: Addressing the Five Pillars of Reading Instruction Each year for the past 13 years, many members of the reading community have been surveyed by Reading Today for relevance of current reading topics in reading instruction; this year was no different.
Looking back on my English experience here at Torrance High I believe I have learned a lot. In my last year at middle school they had us pick our scheduled for the next year at Torrance High, I decided to go into the honors program for English( it was one of my stronger subjects). I got I think the best English 1 teacher in the school. Mr. Duvall taught me a better way to organize the information I had read. I got a B first semester.
Tara High School Senior Career Portfolio & Project Senior Project Overview The senior project is designed to provide high school seniors with the opportunity to apply all the knowledge and experience acquired in twelve years of school to a project that both challenges abilities and rewards students with an engaging career-oriented experience. Senior project consists of four major components: the research paper, the internship, the portfolio, and the presentation. This packet will serve as a guide for completing the project. It includes majority of the forms you will need to complete the project. Roles in the Project • The Senior Project Adviser (SPA) is the student’s senior English teacher.
Managing, Learning & Liberal Arts My Personal Reflection on Managing, Learning & Liberal Arts Foundations of Management, BM 301 October 27, 2012 Abstract As I reflect on the past 5 weeks of this term and all the material presented on learning styles, management roles/functions and being liberally educated; I’ve discovered my learning styles, my strengths and weaknesses in management and a greater need to be liberally educated. It is imperative to my success that I continue to cultivate and expand my knowledge and skill level as I pursue my career and educational goals. The way I process information and connect with the world around me will have a tremendous impact on my level of success. I am determined to keep an open mind and embrace the knowledge and value of others as well as impart the things that I learn. I know that I have a responsibility not only to myself and family, but to the community around me to “Only Connect” (E.M. Forester).
Just think about all that hard work you have done throughout the last three years; taking test, completing projects, and preparing yourself for college. Many colleges require a list of all the classes you took your senior year, even the levels of those courses. By looking at this list they will determine what kind of students you are and if you decided to slack off. Senior year is just another year to strengthen your knowledge and learning skills, to prepare for all the challenges ahead. A successful senior year can lead you to a better path to a successful future.