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Class 2-10[S - Welcome to Class 2-10 Please have handy Story/Strategy Record Journal Class List(MST Components Grid(homework first 2 columns TEP

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Welcome to Class 2-10 Please have handy: Story/Strategy Record Journal Class List (MST) Components Grid (homework - first 2 columns) TEP Lesson Design Frame Please turn in: Introduction assignment Syllabus Treasure Hunt
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ED LA320 ~ Class 2-10 Given reading, a class discussion and a graphic organizer, SWBAT identify the components of a balanced reading program. Given experience with a learning activity, SWBAT begin to “transform” that learning activity into a lesson. During Workshop Time SWBAT analyze a Word Analysis Lesson Plan assignment vis-à-vis the Lesson Design Frame.
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Story and Strategy The story for today is Stand Tall Molly Lou Mellon. It was written by Patty Lovell and illustrated by David Catrow. The strategy is called character grids.
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Directions for Character Grids - course website (Class 2-10) In this story, you will be hearing about two characters, Molly Lou Mellon and Ronald Durkin . Listen carefully for information about how they look, what they do, and what they say and think. In your groups, complete the character grid that you were to have downloaded from the website. Be sure to use specific evidence from the story. Discuss how you might use this strategy in a classroom. What modifications might be necessary for your students?
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Adaptations - course website (Class 2-10) Add the Story and Strategy du jour to your stories/strategies inventory. MST, in consultation with ESC: Note adaptations, especially for the students with whom you are working.
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Literacy Assessment Introduction and Dispositions Toward Literacy
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Literacy Assessment Introduction of Student A. Purpose of Assessment In what ways will you use the results of these assessment data? How might you share the results of the assessments? B. Selection of Student How and why did you select this student? What are your specific questions about this student?
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Dispositions Toward Literacy Classroom and School Observations Observe students over time in various contexts such as SSR, Language Arts, ELD, Math, playground, lunchroom, etc. Use some form of descriptive note taking.
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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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Class 2-10[S - Welcome to Class 2-10 Please have handy Story/Strategy Record Journal Class List(MST Components Grid(homework first 2 columns TEP

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