FALL2010.Interaction - Interaction REFLECT ON YOUR...

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Interaction
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REFLECT ON YOUR INTERNSHIP DURING THIS LAST WEEK… THINK OF A TIME WHEN AN ADAPTATION WAS PROVIDED OR COULD HAVE BEEN PROVIDED THROUGHOUT A LESSON SELECT ONE OF THE ADAPTATIONS FROM PAGES  37-41 Which Element(s) of INTERACTION did you see this past week in your internship?
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Weekly T-Chart Reading Response : How Content Teachers Interact and No problem. We can speak with hands Synthesis of Big Ideas/ My Reflection/Thoughts/ Key Points from the Connections/ readings Implications for Teaching
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Interaction Frequent opportunities for interactions and/or discussion between teacher/student and among students that encourage elaborated responses about lesson concepts Grouping configurations support language and content objectives of the lesson Sufficient wait time for student response Ample opportunities for students to clarify key concepts in L1 as needed with aide, peer, or L1 text
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Higher-Order Thinking Skills Of the approximately 80,000 questions the average teacher asks annually, what percentage of them are at the Literal or Knowledge level?
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