sitting arrangement to the carpet so that the student is still apart of the group. Utilize volunteers in the classroom Example: Elementary Classroom – have volunteers in the classroom to help monitor the students progress during activities. They can also help monitor the students in the “reflection room” (Maillet, 2017) Summary Application Interpretation and Evaluation References
Interpretation and Evaluation Summary Application Interpretation and Evaluation References
Analysis – Hard to analysis article fully – Information provided in the article is useful; argument this article is based on is vague – Article is more of a demonstration on how to use the six practices effectively. – There does not seem to evidence that would support a counter-argument – The information provided in the article is relevant and not out of date. – Figures 1 and 2 require more guidance as to how to use them effectively. – Author is well credited Summary Application Interpretation and Evaluation References
Evaluation of Topic Yes No Is the topic of the article clearly defined or whether it is ambiguous? X Is there an implicit argument to the paper? X Are all the key words well defined? X Is the argument logical? X Is the text clearly written in an orderly way? X Summary Application Interpretation and Evaluation References
Evaluation of Evidence Summary Application Interpretation and Evaluation References Yes No Is the evidence convincing or perceptive? X X Is there any experiential or experimental evidence? X Is the evidence accurate; is it sufficient to back up the points being argued? X Is the text and evidence presented appropriate for the intended audience? X
Evaluation of Argument Strengths Logical points Well backed up Provided great examples Weaknesses Lack of statistical data Unknown sample size Unknown student involvement Summary Application Interpretation and Evaluation References
Reaction - The author discusses the six important practices that are vital for academic and behavioural success. - Three of the practices stood out (1) Utilizing volunteers, (2) Having a plan B, (3) Providing the students with service-learning opportunities. - Volunteers - Using volunteers has a double benefit – the children get more individualized attention since there are more adults available to help in the classroom (Sullivan, 2006).
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