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  1. Linking Literacy Strategies to Business Education Katherine Loiselle October 21, 2009

  2. Student-Owned Strategies • Teach directly to students • Continually reinforce • Goal = students independently use strategies

  3. Choosing Appropriate Strategies • Data Driven Decision-Making: • CMT • CAPT • Program data (E-Portfolio reflections) • Course data (Investing unit test)

  4. Teaching the Strategies • Explain purpose to students • Model/demonstrate for students • Use “think aloud” to model thought process

  5. Reading Comprehension: Pre-reading • Computer Applications Text • Textbook setup • Observations made prior to reading

  6. Reading Comprehension: Active Reading • Selective highlighting • FEFE Cash Management • Annotating • Tips for Annotating

  7. Reading Comprehension: Author’s Style • Computer Applications Text • Personal Finance • FEFE Cash Management

  8. Reading Comprehension: Vocabulary • Chunking • Computer Applications WD-2 • Safety Net • Computer Applications WD-2 • Word Walls • Computer Applications WD-1, WD-2, Example • Personal Finance (NYSE Example) • Personal Finance (Word Wall Photo)

  9. Reading Comprehension: Inquiry Chart • Purpose = to make comparisons • Personal Finance • Banking • EPS and P/E Ratio

  10. Writing: Journaling • Pre-assessment • Personal Finance • Journal Entry #1 • Journal Entry #2 • Post-assessment • Personal Finance • Reflection

  11. Writing: Templates • Outline (5-Paragraph Essay) • RAFT • Personal Finance • AIG Budget Travel (instructions, feedback) • CRISS (additional examples) • Role = Ecologists • Audience = Local entrepreneurs • Format = Pamphlet • Topic = Plead for greener practices

  12. Writing: Transitions • Create awareness of transition styles • CRISS • Comparison-Contrast • Saving is different from investing because saving yields less returns over time, while investing provides the chance to realize greater returns over time. • However, saving is similar to investing because although there may be lower returns, savings accounts still provide an opportunity to achieve financial goals in the future.

  13. Questions? • Reading Comprehension • Pre-Reading • Active Reading • Author’s Style • Vocabulary • Inquiry Chart • Writing • Journaling • Templates • Transitions