EDTE_216_Day_3_Agenda

EDTE_216_Day_3_Agenda - district assessments that involve...

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EDTE 216, September 10, 2008 AGENDA 5:00 – 5:15 Announcements Running Records are taken on first 100 words My website will be established when paperwork is finalized in personnel—there are lots of new professors so it’s taking a while Reduce the weight of your backpack—Bring to class books or articles due to be read for the evening’s class 5:15 – 5:45 Debrief Clay and Shea’s chapters on Running Records 3 Key Points 5:45 – 6:15 Implications for Teachers Running Record Try-it’s feedback What was challenging? What worked well? How could running records be assessment as inquiry? How might you make running records doable as an ongoing assessment in your classroom? Why might we do running records, in addition to required
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Unformatted text preview: district assessments that involve miscue analysis such as DRA? 6:15 6:25 Break 6:25 7:05 Review Running Records 7:05 7:30 Practice Running Records and Miscue Analysis 7:30 7:45 Review Homework & Written Reflection Homework: Read Wilds Miscue Analysis, pages 1-46 Go to Heineman website to listen to Lamar reading Do Try-It miscue analyses and bring to class Tonights Objectives: How can running records and miscue analysis help teachers to develop a student centered classroom? How do running records and miscue analysis help teachers diagnose the strengths and weaknesses of diverse students and plan instruction? Practice both assessments....
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