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Running head: INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES Instructional Strategies Mohammed Hayif ELM-555 May 1, 2019
INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES 2 Instructional Strategies Chart Part 1: Instructional Strategies Chart English Language Arts English Language Arts (Reading) Standard: Fourth Grade Common Core Standard : Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text Learning Objective(s): Use graphic organizers to record details. Identify what a given line indicates. Identify missing details. List details in order of importance. Determine fact from opinion Predict the likely effect or outcome. Use details (evidence) from the text to prove or contradict a statement about a passage Instructional Strategies Anticipatory Set: How you will create engagement in the learning activity Activity: Students are organized in small groups to discuss the main theme of the text. Engagement activities include reading together, abstracting key events from the text, deriving conclusions from text, finding vocabulary synonyms and antonyms. Other engagement activities may include playing events in the story and acting like main characters. Teacher-Centered Approach: Direct Instruction (Modeling) Activity: The teacher does most of roles. Students are listing to the teachers while reading. The teacher will supply all information and conclusions about the text. The teacher relies on the use of textbooks. The teacher is seldom using technology in the classroom. Teachers guide students through all learning activities. Students work alone. Teachers choose the story to be read in the class. Student-Centered Approach: Inquiry- based Learning (Guided/whole group practice) Activity: The focus on student. Students are interacting with each other and discussing the main idea of the topic. Students use evidence from the text to support their conclusion. Students talk freely with no constrains and teachers’ control is limited while discussing the reading text. Technologic software and applications can be used such Kahoot to motivate students to participate and compete in finding the correct answers. The teacher gives the opportunity to student groups to choose the
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