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Linking Literacy Strategies to Business Education. Katherine Loiselle October 21, 2009. Student-Owned Strategies. Teach directly to students Continually reinforce Goal = students independently use strategies. Choosing Appropriate Strategies. Data Driven Decision-Making: CMT CAPT

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linking literacy strategies to business education

Linking Literacy Strategies to Business Education

Katherine Loiselle

October 21, 2009

student owned strategies
Student-Owned Strategies
  • Teach directly to students
  • Continually reinforce
  • Goal = students independently use strategies
choosing appropriate strategies
Choosing Appropriate Strategies
  • Data Driven Decision-Making:
    • CMT
    • CAPT
    • Program data (E-Portfolio reflections)
    • Course data (Investing unit test)
teaching the strategies
Teaching the Strategies
  • Explain purpose to students
  • Model/demonstrate for students
  • Use “think aloud” to model thought process
reading comprehension pre reading
Reading Comprehension: Pre-reading
  • Computer Applications Text
      • Textbook setup
      • Observations made prior to reading
reading comprehension active reading
Reading Comprehension: Active Reading
  • Selective highlighting
    • FEFE Cash Management
  • Annotating
    • Tips for Annotating
reading comprehension author s style
Reading Comprehension: Author’s Style
  • Computer Applications Text
  • Personal Finance
    • FEFE Cash Management
reading comprehension vocabulary
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)
reading comprehension inquiry chart
Reading Comprehension: Inquiry Chart
  • Purpose = to make comparisons
  • Personal Finance
    • Banking
    • EPS and P/E Ratio
writing journaling
Writing: Journaling
  • Pre-assessment
    • Personal Finance
      • Journal Entry #1
      • Journal Entry #2
  • Post-assessment
    • Personal Finance
      • Reflection
writing templates
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
writing transitions
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.
questions
Questions?
  • Reading Comprehension
    • Pre-Reading
    • Active Reading
    • Author’s Style
    • Vocabulary
    • Inquiry Chart
  • Writing
    • Journaling
    • Templates
    • Transitions