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ENGL 483: Writing in the Elementary Classroom Tuesday, April 12, 2011 11:00-12:15 PM The students will KNOW their own attitudes about writing what students need in order for writing to be meaningful ideas on establishing a writing community in the classroom the complexities involved in evaluating writing The students will UNDERSTAND that all content areas and grade levels need writing instruction each student will have his/her own writing history literacy takes many forms reflective teaching should be a part of their entire educational career community must be established for meaningful writing to take place evaluating writing is a crucial part of meaningful writing instruction The students will BE ABLE TO
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Unformatted text preview: • generate ideas about their own and about students’ writing • participate in class discussion • participate in base groups Agenda 1. Response Strategies (11:00-11:20) 2. Methods of Evaluation (11:20-11:40) 3. Management Systems (11:40-12:00) 4. Essential Questions (12:00-12:15) Thursday, April 14: Finish Bratcher, 21 st Century Literacies, NCS Mentor Explanation Tuesday, April 19 /Thursday, April 21: NCS Mentor/Unit Workshop April 19: Meet in Library; NCS Mentor due by the end of class. April 21: Class will not “meet.” Graphic organizers due by 12:15 PM. Tuesday, April 26 /Thursday, April 28: Unit Workshop – Meet in Library Unit Presentations: Friday, May 6, 2011...
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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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