You are to keep your RTR plans in a 2-pocket folder and bring this folder to class each time we meet . In the right-side pocket, arrange your RTR lesson plans in chronological order with the newest lessons on top. Please remember to include descriptive information only, with no mention of host teachers or students by name or title to protect their identities. Refer to your student using their initials. Refer to your teacher using the first initial of his or her last name (Example, in your assignment if you spoke about me, you would write it as ‘Dr. B.’ DO NOT MENTION THE NAME OF THE SCHOOL AT ALL. You should mention the grade-level, however. You are expected to submit at least 10 tutoring plans. If you run into trouble with meeting this minimum, it is your responsibility to contact me to discuss options immediately. In the left-side pocket you are to include your pre- and post-assessments as well as your pre-assessment and post- assessment analysis. RTR tutoring is graded using a rubric available in Blackboard. You will submit the RTR packet in your folder to 200 Huntington Hall. ( DUE: Bring to Cleo Benitez, 200 Huntington Hall by 4:00, Apr. 29)
Brown—EED 325 SP 1 Page 5 Comprehension Lesson (15%). You will teach one comprehension lesson to your student. Based on your observations of your student during STEP 4, and in consultation with your cooperating teacher, you will identify one comprehension skill or strategy modeled in Part II of Explaining Reading to teach to your tutee. You will modify the model lesson to suit the age-appropriate and learning needs of your particular student, including the choice of text. The text you select should be slightly challenging for your student and be short enough that it can be completed over the course of 2 tutoring sessions. That means you can substitute up to two days in the field to teach your comprehension lesson to your tutee instead of Road to Reading lessons. Please understand that you still are expected to teach 10 RTR lessons in total. The requirements for this assignment include: A completed lesson plan. (You will find the Comprehension Lesson Plan Template on Blackboard to prepare your lesson prior to teaching.) NO MORE THAN one-page reflection on your teaching of this lesson. This reflection should address three questions : 1) What did you learn about your tutee from teaching this lesson? 2) What would you change if you could teach this lesson over again to this same student? and 3) What would you do next if you were asked to teach a second lesson on this skill or strategy to your tutee? Tutoring is graded using a rubric available on Blackboard. You will upload the completed lesson plan and reflection to Blackboard. Pinterest Primary Writers Board (10%). You will create a Pinterest board called Primary Writers. By searching Internet sources on writing instruction for students in first through third grades, you will locate and copy to your board one pin for chapters 1-8. For each chapter, the pin should relate to a key point that is raised in the chapter.
- Fall '19