Mini lesson - 1. Mini- lesson Develop your own mini-lesson...

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1. Mini- lesson Develop your own mini-lesson for any grade level on any subject. Share your mini-lesson plan and outline the parts of the mini-lesson intended to teach the COPS strategy explicitly. What pre- skills must be mastered before the strategy is taught? When you teach the strategy what parts will you include in your mini-lesson? Respond to at least two of your classmates' postings. Grade Level: 2 nd Grade Subject: Writing/Reading Materials Needed: > Blackboard > Chalk > Paper > Pencils > Grammar Chart Objective: > In this approach, students use their oral, aural, decoding, and encoding skills to create their own reading material based on vocabulary, concepts, and experiences with which they are familiar. After participating in a field trip, students recount what they remember to their teacher who records it on the black board. Learning Outcomes:
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> To help students make connections between oral and written language. >To ease students into writing. >To provide students with meaningful material. Procedure: Intro: Remember our trip to the pumpkin patch. We all had a good time. Well today we are going to discuss our trip. We are each going to have a turn to participate. We are going to tell a story of our trip. I want you to start thinking about what we did, where we went,
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2012 for the course PHY 372 taught by Professor Melanierodriguez during the Spring '12 term at Ashford University.

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Mini lesson - 1. Mini- lesson Develop your own mini-lesson...

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