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EXAMPLE ONLY: INSTRUCTOR WILL GIVE YOU THE ASSIGNMENT FOR YOUR SECTION Top ## of things you should know as a teacher, from Name of book [by] Author’s name (place, publisher, date published). By—Names of all group members EDU 1700 Spring 2010 Book Club #1.

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By names of all group members edu 1700 spring 2010 book club 1

EXAMPLE ONLY: INSTRUCTOR WILL GIVE YOU THE ASSIGNMENT FOR YOUR SECTION Top ## of things you should know as a teacher, fromName of book [by] Author’s name (place, publisher, date published)

By—Names of all group members

EDU 1700 Spring 2010

Book Club #1


By names of all group members edu 1700 spring 2010 book club 1

Two slides per point; at least one point per person—each person should present their own point next Thursday

  • The point: Summarize in own words.

  • The quote: Give a quote (or quotes) from the book—your favorite related to “the point.” Include page number for the quote.

  • The application: How this leads you to see your service learning experiences through a different lens—that is, how it directs your attention to something you might have thought unimportant, or might not have noticed at all. Be specific—not about students in general, but from your reflections, a QUOTE about specific student(s) and your interaction with them.

  • The significance: Why this matters

    If you want to get more creative than this, go for it! Add on what you want, and reformat—but please include a point, a quote from the book, and a quote from your SL data from each of you in the group!


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