FALL.2010.Comprehensible Input

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Read the following passage… The bogo also recognizes the need to invest more in cucio themselves, 40 percent of which now lack basic sumwalz. Ligachev said cucio for 28 million monos will be frazequack by the year 2010, and that capital expenditures in blocka will increase drastically.
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Isn’t it Amazing? 8 unknown words About 80% known words Source: Glickling, E. & Thompson, V. (1992, April) Curriculum Based Assessment
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The importance of modifying texts… Level of Frustration Less than 93% known words More than 7% unknown words Instructional Level 93-97% known words 3-7% Unknown words Source: Glickling, E. & Thompson, V. (1992, April) Curriculum Based Assessment
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Wright Family As the passage is read every time the word Wright or right is stated pass the gift to the right. Each time the word left is read, pass the gift to the left.
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What makes content area textbooks easy or hard to
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Unformatted text preview: access? Easy Hard Can we use the information in the easy column to make the hard tasks easy? Will it maintain high cognitive demand? Comprehensible Input Speech appropriate for students proficiency level (E.g., slower rate, careful enunciation, and simple sentence structure for beginners) Clear explanation of academic tasks A variety of techniques used to make content concepts clear (E.g., modeling, visuals, hands-on activities, demonstrations, gestures, body language) How will I observe/use Comprehensible Input? 1. Read BLM 4 2. After you student teach, complete this activity. 3. ON THE LEFT SIDE MARK: D for Daily O for Occasionally N for Never Ready to Rate? Use the SIOP to score the Teacher in the video. Rate and record comments Video Clip What score does she deserve?...
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