Strategies For Constructing Meaning Reading and Writing Strategy #1 K-W-L Technique In this activity the students will think of what they are going to read and their knowledge of the subject before reading. Each student writes on a sheet of paper what he or she wants to learn from the reading. Students read the lesson silently and write what they have learned after they read. Assessment: Students reads & explains their K-W-L chart to the class Strategy #2 Create Graphic Organizers In this activity the teacher should choose the graphic organizer. One very basic and useful organizer is the Venn Diagram.
Whole class – students discuss and debate document analysis. 3. Individual – students produce analytic essay responding to inquiry question. How will you assess what student learned during this lesson? – Student essays will be assessed for accurate representation of prior learning and primary source analysis.
Lord of the flies is a novel rich in allegory – every word has been chosen for a reason and when put together they form a seamless masterpiece that conveys the author’s thoughts on human nature. One of the queries that may come to mind whilst reading the novel is whether environment affects behavior. Indeed this question can have a variety of answers, but most will probably follow in the lines of yes. It is quite certain that the surroundings of a person play a crucial role in the development of their character but how exactly is that so? The novel gives us a plethora of examples which can help us in our inquiry of this topic.
The Blue Bowl Each piece of literature that we read can be viewed as a journey that brings up and reflects upon new insights in an imaginary world entered upon by the reader. “Poems may be complex, requiring a good deal of explanation or even correction of corrupt scripts, but there has to be an immediate impact of some sort” (Types of Literary Criticism). There are many works of literature that are imaginary but often times these works will still teach us insights that may differ from ordinary life, but that still reflect upon ordinary life. The feelings of this poem, The Blue Bowl, are conveyed through emotional visual images. The images within this poem evoke a strong sense of loss and strength.
He often creates very alternate commentary on political, cultural and emotional themes in life using his whimsy characters. He describes his approach as “regressive, messy and vaudevillian - producing work which is both raw and sublime, loved and hated.” (Michael Leunig website). His artistic style often has a very playfully quaint or fanciful feel in the way creates his pencil and line drawings. These pencil line drawings often have heavy philosophical statements about modern society embedded in them. Leunig also uses watercolours in many of his thought provoking art works.
An educational psychology lecturer often makes comments in class like, “Whenever I read something new, I always ask myself, ‘How does this relate to what I’ve been studying? For example, ‘How does working memory differ from long-term memory?” a) Using social cognitive theory as a basis, explain what the lecturer is trying to do. b) Using information processing theory as a basis, explain what the teacher is trying promote. 5. You run into a man that you used to speak with regularly, frequently addressing him by name, but you haven't seen him in a long time.
Lesson Plans April Wise-Russ EDU 352 Instructor: Michael August 5, 2013 Lesson Plan 1 Introduction This is a lesson based on civics and government designed to show that conflict in legislative process can be productive. It is designed to show students that when people disagree they have to work together to find a solution. It is a suggested lesson for grades 3, 4 and five. Although the background concepts introduced are related to government and compromise and veto, students are going to try to achieve consensus by planning a class party. I think it is a sophisticated topic for this level of students however the teacher brings it down to the level of the class by relating it to coordinating
Also these cycles sometimes give a deeper insight on the setting and the environment of the world. If it’s a cycle of weather, you can understand the mood of the text in a better way. Motifs o Mead hall o The mead hall is a recurring symbol that defines the many conflicts in life. Conflicts can help or harm one in many ways. It all depends on how one will deal with
[qtd in Heller 5]. In all of Faulkner’s fiction, there is an element of spiritual annihilation. Faulkner revered modernist writer, historian and sociologist, is known for capturing the raw beauty of the rural South in all its dark complexity. While his passion of knotting together past, present and future has overwhelmed some critics, others have responded to reality of his writing. Faulkner needs a narrative technique that would seamlessly tie one scene to another.
(people, objects, situations) Your analysis must include some of the bio-psycho-social factors discussed this semester in class and in the assigned readings. These factors may include social support, personality factors, physiological mediators, coping strategies, and socio-cultural factors. Support your evidence with citations from our readings. 6. Each student will post a presentation to the class discussion board and answer questions posed by peers.