Agenda_9.24.2008 - 6:45 – 7:15 Introduction to...

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EDTE 216, September 24, 2008 AGENDA 5:00 – 5:15 Announcements Case study alternatives Modifying your District’s Assessments for Try-its? Add to comparison chart Write reflection throughout class 5:15 – 5:25 Compass Partners What did you learn while practicing Miscue Analysis with Retells? What questions do you have? Did the try-its give you information about what to teach? 5:25 – 5:40 Two Compass Partnerships Join to Make a Group Discuss your responses to the questions Make a chart to share with the class 5:40 – 5:50 Share Charts 5:50 – 6:15 Students Share Miscue Analysis with Retells 6:15 – 6:25 Break 6:25 – 6:45 Question and Answer Comprehension Check vs. Open-ended Retells
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Unformatted text preview: 6:45 – 7:15 Introduction to Retrospective Miscue Analysis & Think Aloud 7:15 – 7:40 Video 7:40 – 7:45 Written reflection & clean-up Homework: Read Oster and West Ed articles in reader about think aloud) pp. 46-55) Read Goodman article in reader about retrospective miscue analysis (pp.46-55) Do Try-It think alouds and retrospective miscue analyses Learning Objectives • Determine the role miscue analysis with a retell, retrospective miscue analysis, and think aloud can play in my classroom. How is each a valuable and usefulness tool for assessment and instruction?...
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