Agenda 1(1) - 3 Exit Card(12:05-12:15 Ideas about Writing Instruction 1 What are the five key aspects of writing that must be taught 2 What is an

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ENGL 483: Writing in the Elementary Classroom Thursday, January 20, 2011 11:00-12:15 The students will KNOW the goals and objectives for the course the instructor’s expectations their initial ideas about writing instruction The students will UNDERSTAND that all content areas and grade levels need writing instruction an active student role in this course is VITAL to the success of both the course and the student The students will BE ABLE TO read and discuss the syllabus participate in community building activities generate ideas about teaching writing complete an Exit Card Agenda 1. Discussion of course and syllabus (11:00-11:30) 2. Ideas about writing instruction? (11:30-12:05)
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Exit Card (12:05-12:15) ______________________________________________________________ Ideas about Writing Instruction 1. What are the five key aspects of writing that must be taught? 2. What is an example of good writing instruction you have had? 3. What is an example of poor writing instruction you have had? 4. What are your writing strengths and weaknesses? Exit Card Questions 1. Why are you in this course? 2. What would you like to learn in this course? 3. What are your grade level, learning level, and content preferences? 4. What questions do you have? Due Tuesday, January 25: Reflection Statement Due Thursday, January 27: Learning Log...
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course ENGLISH 483 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Longwood.

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