FINAL Lesson Delivery and ASSESSMENT

FINAL Lesson Delivery and ASSESSMENT - BLE 407 Lesson...

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BLE 407 Lesson Delivery Breaking Through Content Area Assessments
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Get in Groups of 3 or 4 Discuss Breaking Though & provide examples of: 1)New Experiences 2)Sacrifices 3)Perceptions ________________________________________ Write One Discussion questions that would be beneficial from the Reading. Switch with another group closest to your table
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Answer the following: 1. Explain how Frankie and Roberto traveled to California on their own. 2. Describe the difference from the first book, what was different in the 2 nd book? 3. How will “Breaking Through” impact you as a future teacher? Why or why not ? Provide examples or quotes. 4.What will you take from this book, what did you appreciate about the story?
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Applying and Engaging… Individually or with a partner Select 3-4 important points from the selected chapter(s) You will use a strategy/technique (that your peers can use) to present the points. Some examples are in pages78-79 and you MAY use any from the book.
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Inside outside/circle or Conga Line What components were used in your lesson Preparation Building background Comprehensible Input Strategies Interaction Practice/Application Lesson Delivery Assessment Let’s look at Lesson Delivery
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Breaking Through Literature Discussion Facing a Wall Building a Bridge
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Content Area Assessments and English Language Learners
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What is an assessment?
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