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Class 1-10.ppt - Welcome to ED LA320: Language Arts Methods...

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Welcome to ED LA320: Please find your seat. Reacquaint yourself with those sitting near you. You will find introductions from us on the course website. Please create an introduction to bring to class next week. You have 3 options from which to choose. This assignment is on the course website.
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Three Options 1. Write a brief letter… 1. Write to the prompts… 1. Create an artistic representation…
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Meet Your Instructors Meet Your Instructors Ann, Terri, Danielle and Julie Ann, Terri, Danielle and Julie
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Story and Strategy Each week, we will begin class with a story and an activity. The goal is to introduce you to children's literature and some instructional activities that you can use in your classroom. On the course website there is a record sheet to keep track of the stories and strategies. Today’s story is Thank You Mr. Falker , by Patricia Polacco. The strategy is called Book Detective.
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Book Detective Directions Choose a partner. Decide who will be A and who will be B . Partners will stay together for this activity. Partner A asks a question from the list . (Together you need to decide if Person A will ask a number of people the same question until you locate someone who says yes, OR if Person A will ask the same person different questions until that person answers yes to one of them). When you find someone who says yes to a question, Partner B writes that person’s name in the space provided . Switch roles. B asks a different question and A writes . Repeat these steps until time is called.
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Thank you, Mr. Falker Thank you, Mr. Falker By Patricia Polacco By Patricia Polacco
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Connecting to Practice How and why might you use Book Detective in a classroom? How might you adapt this activity for the students with whom you work? Students who are English Learners? Students who qualify for Special Education? Students who are designated GATE?
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Pre-Reading Activities Book Detective is a pre-reading activity. Pre-Reading activities serve many important purposes: To activate and/or build background knowledge To elicit feelings To enhance identification with the characters To set purposes for reading To arouse curiosity To motivate
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Course Overview Course Overview ED LA320: Language Arts Methods ED LA320: Language Arts Methods Fall 2010 Fall 2010
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Course Assumptions Everyone has something of value to contribute. Everyone has expertise.
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2010 for the course ENV LAW 100 taught by Professor Jkal during the Spring '09 term at UCSB.

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