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cce 160 d3 connecting to children talking informatively

CCE 160—D3Connecting to ChildrenTalking Informatively

Monday, 9:00 pm – 9:45 pm

IB 1409, North Seattle Community College

Candice Hoyt, Instructor

http://northseattle.angellearning.com/

course overview http facweb northseattle edu choyt cce160 d3 ppts cce 20160 d3 overview pptx
CCE 160 Connecting to Children

D3 – Talking Informatively

Course overviewhttp://facweb.northseattle.edu/choyt/CCE160-D3/PPTs/CCE%20160-D3_overview.pptx
basics textbook class sessions
Basics: Textbook & Class Sessions
  • Textbook – none
  • Class session:
    • Meet every Monday night
    • Usually from 9:00-9:30 (1/2 hour)
    • Some nights as late as 9:50 depending on the needs of this and other classes.
basics syllabus schedule
Basics: Syllabus & Schedule
  • Syllabus:
    • Paper syllabus
    • Online in Angel class Lessons page
      • Subject to revision; revised date identified in file name
      • Online version takes precedence over printed version
  • Schedule:
    • Paper calendar
    • Online calendar
      • Subject to revision; revised date identified in file name
      • Online version takes precedence over printed version
basics assignments
Basics: Assignments
  • Online:
    • A1 – A6 have PDF instructions and Word document “forms”
    • Online version takes precedence over printed version
    • ALL assignments submitted to Drop Boxes
      • Attachment: Word, PowerPoint, photos, etc.
    • A1-A8 also posted to discussion forums
      • As text, no attachments except Project/Expression
    • Considered “submitted” as of time posted correctly
  • Bring data to class on due date:
    • Printed, hand-written, or on personal laptop
    • Not Angel through class computer
basics references
Basics: References

Proper referencing to avoid plagiarism:

  • Necessary info, no specific format (APA best):
    • On “Reference” page at end = 0.5 pts
      • Author.
      • Date.
      • Title (webpage/article/book/music/video).
      • Source:
        • Webpage: full http address and date retrieved.
        • Journal/magazine: journal title, volume, issue number & pages.
        • Book or music: publisher.
    • In text = 0.5 pts
      • In parentheses or as footnote
      • Info: author, date; & page number(s) if direct quote
grade summary
Grade Summary

CCE 160-D3 – Talking Informatively

10 A 1. Teacher Statements

10 A 2. Demands

10 A 3. Descriptive Cues

10 A 4. Information

10 A 5. Self-assessment

10 A 6. Rich Vocabulary

10 A 7. Project (of Understanding)

10 A 8. Expression (of Understanding)

10 A 9. Final Reflection

10 R 10. Attendance & Participation

100 pts TOTAL + 5 pts extra credit

+ A 1-6 only: up to 3 pts extra credit for responses to others’ posts (0.1 point per post, if posted by following Sunday).

+ 2 pts extra credit for perfect attendance

schedule calendar info
Schedule: Calendar info
  • Schedule:
    • Paper calendar
    • Online calendar
      • Lessons tab PDF
      • Online PDF version supersedes printed or Angel calendar dates
      • Online PDF version will indicate date of last revision
      • Revisions will be announced on Course home page Announcements section
schedule due dates
Schedule: Due dates

4/5 First day of class – nothing due

4/12 A1. Teacher Statements

4/19 A2. Demands

4/26 A3. Descriptive Cues

5/3 A4. Information

5/10 A5a. Self-assessment (Week 1)

5/17 A5b. Self-assessment (Week 2) A6. Rich Vocabulary

5/24 In class: (A7) Project draft/discussion

5/31 NO CLASS

6/7 A7. Project due w/presentation

6/14 A8. Expression due w/presentation

6/16 NO CLASS – FINALS ONLINE A9. Final Reflection R10. Participation self-evaluation

assignments time and place
Assignments – time and place

A1. Anywhere, 1+ children, other adult, during Free Time, long enough for 50 statements

A2. Anywhere, 1+ children, 4 days, all the time you work with children or 3 hours, whichever is less; keep track of hours

A3. Anywhere, 1+ children, as many hours as possible, as many days as possible; keep track of hours

A4. Anywhere, 1+ children, 30 statements (10 for each of 3 categories)

A5. Anywhere, 1+ children, 2 days, 20 mins each, 2 weeks

A6. Anywhere, 1+ children, 4 days, 1 activity each day; could maybe do in less days if do with different kids? (still 4 unique activities)

A7. Project: Assessing your own skills ; not required but can be with children (e.g., record yourself talking informatively with children)

A8. Expression: Personal; not required but can be with children

A9. Final Reflection; not with children.

A10. Participation self-evaluation; not with children.

schedule due dates p 1 3
Schedule: Due dates p. 1/3

4/5 First day of class – nothing due

A1. Anywhere, 1+ children, other adult, during Free Time, long enough for 50 statements

4/12 A1. Teacher Statements

A2. Anywhere, 1+ children, 4 days, all the time you work with children or 3 hours, whichever is less; keep track of hours

4/19 A2. Demands

A3. Anywhere, 1+ children, as many hours as possible, as many days as possible; keep track of hours

4/26 A3. Descriptive Cues

A4. Anywhere, 1+ children, 30 statements (10 for each of 3 categories)

schedule due dates p 2 3
Schedule: Due dates p. 2/3

A4. Anywhere, 1+ children, 30 statements (10 for each of 3 categories)

5/3 A4. Information

A5. Anywhere, 1+ children, 2 days, 20 mins each, 2 weeks

5/10 A5a. Self-assessment (Week 1)

A5. Anywhere, 1+ children, 2 days, 20 mins each, 2 weeks

A6. Anywhere, 1+ children, 4 days, 1 activity each day; could maybe do in less days if do with different kids? (still 4 unique activities)

5/17 A5b. Self-assessment (Week 2) A6. Rich Vocabulary

A7. Work on Project: not required to but can be with children

schedule due dates p 3 3
Schedule: Due dates p. 3/3

A7. Work on Project: not required to but can be with children

5/24 In class: (A7) Project draft/discussion

5/31 NO CLASS

A7. Project: not required to but can be with children

6/7 A7. Project due w/presentation

A8. Expression: not required to but can be with children

6/14 A8. Expression due w/presentation

A9. Final Reflection; not with children.

A10. Participation self-evaluation; not with children.

6/16 NO CLASS – FINALS ONLINE A9. Final Reflection R10. Participation self-evaluation

a 1 teacher statements 10 pts
A 1. Teacher Statements = 10 pts
  • Assignment
    • A1 Instructions (PDF) & A1 Form (Word)
    • Record 50 statements by adult during free play
    • Classify statements into Word table by these codes:
      • D – Direction: Requires or commands an action
      • T – Tutorial: Question adult knows the answer to
      • Q – Query: Question adult does not know answer to
      • I – Information: Facts/observations to describe, advise
      • S – Social: Social statements
      • ? – Not sure: Classify best guess, or “ ? ” box
    • Record count and percentage for each category in Word file data table columns
    • List those that you can’t decide where they go
    • Bring data to class
a 1 teacher statements 10 pts1
A 1. Teacher Statements = 10 pts
  • Time Requirements:
    • Data collection
      • Anywhere,
      • 1+ children,
      • other adult,
      • during Free Time,
      • long enough for 50 statements
    • Gather, analyze, summarize
  • Submission Requirements
    • Bring data to class
    • Post Word table and list to “A 1” Drop Box
    • Post table and list to “A 1” Discussion (not Word)
    • Respond to others’ posts for extra credit[0.1 point per reply by next Sunday night]
a 2 demands 10 pts
A 2. Demands = 10 pts
  • Assignment
    • In classroom, record self (count)
    • Minimum 4 days @ 3 hours per day
    • Count Demand statements (2 days x 3 hours)
    • Count questions - Tutorials & Queries (2 days x 3 hours)
    • Complete Word table with counts & rate per hour
    • Answer Word questions a, b, c, d
    • Bring data to class
a 2 demands 10 pts1
A 2. Demands = 10 pts
  • Time Requirements:
    • Data collection:
      • Anywhere,
      • 1+ children,
      • 4 days,
      • all the time you work with children or 3 hours, whichever is less;
      • keep track of hours
    • Enter data & answer reflection questions
  • Submission Requirements
    • Bring data to class
    • Post Word document as attachment to “A 2” Drop Box
    • Post counts & questions to “A 2” Discussion (paste not Word)
    • Respond to others’ posts for extra credit[0.1 point per reply by next Sunday night]
a 3 descriptive cues 10 pts
A 3. Descriptive Cues = 10 pts
  • Assignment
    • In classroom, record self (count)
    • All days @ all times = goal (divide by # of hours)
    • Post Descriptive Cue Sequence
    • Count when you start at the top of the Descriptive Cue Sequence
    • Complete Word table with counts
    • Answer Word questions a, b
    • Bring data to class
a 3 descriptive cues 10 pts1
A 3. Descriptive Cues = 10 pts
  • Time Requirements:
    • Coordinate so all adults in room to do this while you do
    • Data Collection:
      • Anywhere,
      • 1+ children,
      • as many hours as possible,
      • as many days as possible;
      • keep track of hours
    • Enter data & answer reflection questions
  • Submission Requirements
    • Bring data to class
    • Post Word table & question replies to “A 3” Drop Box
    • Post table to “A 3” Discussion (paste not Word)
    • Respond to others’ posts for extra credit[0.1 point per reply by next Sunday night]
a 4 information 10 pts
A 4. Information = 10 pts
  • Assignment
    • With one or more children, record self (exact words)
    • As long as it takes to get to 30 statements (10 each)
    • Use informative talk: Subjective Talk, Descriptions, Expansions
    • Record at least 10 statements per statement type
    • Complete Word list of statements, by statement type
    • Answer Word questions a, b
    • Bring data to class
a 4 information 10 pts1
A 4. Information = 10 pts
  • Time Requirements:
    • Data collection
      • Anywhere,
      • 1+ children,
      • 30 statements (10 for each of 3 categories)
    • Enter data & answer reflection questions
  • Submission Requirements
    • Bring data to class
    • Post Word document to “A 4” Drop Box
    • Post list to “A 4” Discussion (paste not Word)
    • Respond to others’ posts for extra credit[0.1 point per reply by next Sunday night]
a 5 self assessment 10 pts
A 5 Self-Assessment = 10 pts
  • Assignment
    • With one or more children, record self (count)
    • Preferably 20 min. “bossy time” (clean-up, transition)
    • 2 days per week for 2 weeks (count due each week)
    • Try to use Information talk
    • Count # Information and # Directions
    • Complete Word table
    • Answer Word questions a, b
    • Bring data to class
a 5 self assessment 10 pts1
A 5 Self-Assessment = 10 pts
  • Time Requirements:
    • Data collection
      • Anywhere,
      • 1+ children,
      • 2 days,
      • 20 mins each,
      • 2 weeks
    • Enter data & answer reflection questions
  • Submission Requirements
    • Bring data to class
    • Post Word to A5a (week 1) & A5b (week 2) Drop Boxes
    • Post data to A5 Discussion (paste not Word) (both weeks combined)
    • Respond to others’ posts for extra credit[0.1 point per reply by next Sunday night]
a 6 rich vocabulary 10 pts
A 6. Rich Vocabulary = 10 pts
  • Assignment
    • With one or more children
    • For 4 activities – 1 per day
    • For 4 days
    • Create a Vocabulary Card for each of 4 activities
    • Each card lists less-used nouns, verbs & descriptors
    • List in Word document or post cards as PPT or PDF
    • Answer Word questions a, b
    • Bring data (word cards) to class
a 6 rich vocabulary 10 pts1
A 6. Rich Vocabulary = 10 pts
  • Time Requirements:
    • Make vocabulary cards for 4 activities
    • Data collection
      • Anywhere,
      • 1+ children,
      • 4 days,
      • 4 unique activities
      • 1 activity each day;
      • could maybe do in less days with different kids
    • List words on cards & answer reflection questions
  • Submission Requirements
    • Bring word cards to class
    • Post Word document to “A 6” Drop Box
    • Post data (words) to “A 6” Discussion (post not Word)
    • Respond to others’ posts for extra credit[0.1 point per reply by next Sunday night]
a 7 project 10 pts
A 7. Project = 10 pts
  • Assignment
    • Plan your project to show others how informative talk works to enhance children’s lives. Demonstrate your personal knowledge (not a change in a child).
      • Show you have the ability to talk informatively
      • Create something to convey this ability to audience
      • Share it with that audience
      • Share it with us
a 7 project 10 pts1
A 7. Project = 10 pts
  • Time Requirements:Not required to be with children
    • Examples of projects include:
      • Recording of you talking informatively with children
      • A letter or bulletin board describing Talking Informatively
      • Vocabulary cards for “usually unnamed” things
  • Submission Requirements
    • Bring project to class on assigned due date
    • Post project, photo or description to “A 7” Drop Box
    • Post project, photo or description to “A 7” Discussion (attachment okay, but please briefly describe in text)
a 8 expression 10 pts
A 8. Expression = 10 pts
  • Assignment
    • Communicate this topic’s deep significance to you.
      • In this class you experienced…
        • Learning informative rather than directive talk
        • Providing rich vocabulary
        • Sharing the experience with the class
        • Seeing the children change
    • Share it with us
a 8 expression 10 pts1
A 8. Expression = 10 pts
  • Time Requirements:Not required to be with children
    • Create something personal (to share)
    • Any expressive medium
  • Submission Requirements
    • Bring Expression product to class on due date
    • Post product, photo or description to “A 8” Drop Box
    • Post product, photo or description to “A 8” Discussion (attachment okay, but please briefly describe in text)
a 9 reflection paper 10 pts
A 9. Reflection Paper = 10 pts

In a Word document, discuss the following.

  • In at least 3 sentences each (3 pts each x 2):
    • Write about 2 specific assignments and why each is significant to you. Did it most influence you? Did you not like it? Did you like it best? … like it least?
  • In at least 3 sentences each (1 pt each x 3):
    • What is the most important thing you learned in this course?
    • How has this class affected you personally?
    • What would you say to others who are teaching young children right now, but who have yet to take a class such as this?
  • What would make this class better?
  • Editing/presentation (1 pt):
    • Score for clear writing (not perfect, but full sentences, not too many typos)
a10 attendance participation 10 pts
A10: Attendance & Participation = 10 pts

Post Word document in drop box A10a:

  • Participation: Rate yourself (8 pts total):Submit as Word document in R10a drop box
    • Coming prepared as assigned 0 1 2
    • Participate actively in class 0 1 2
    • Drawing out & supporting others 0 1 2
    • Taking risks and sharing oneself 0 1 2

Instructor enters manually:

  • Attendance = 2 ptsInstructor enters manually
    • 0 days missed = 2 pts + 2 pts extra credit
    • 1 day missed = 2 pts
    • 2 days missed = 1 pt
    • 3 + days missed = 0 pts
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