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Written and Oral Retellings

Written and Oral Retellings

Written and Oral Retellings . Dr. Valerie J. Robnolt Virginia Commonwealth University vjrobnolt@vcu.edu. Agenda for Today:. What are retellings? Narrative text structure Expository text structure How to elicit retellings How to score retellings. Retellings: What is the big idea? .

By albert
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Good Morning! Please complete the Bell Ringer: Questionnaire: My Question-Asking Skills

Good Morning! Please complete the Bell Ringer: Questionnaire: My Question-Asking Skills

Good Morning! Please complete the Bell Ringer: Questionnaire: My Question-Asking Skills

By bernad
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Jill Spencer jillspencer51@gmail

Jill Spencer jillspencer51@gmail

21st Century Literacies One-to One-Computing Jill Spencer jillspencer51@gmail.com Chris Toy Christoy.net@gmail.com Bright Futures Core Practices 3 & 4 3.Teachers in all content areas use teaching and learning practices that are anchored in 21st century literacies.

By paul
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Vocabulary Instruction

Vocabulary Instruction

Vocabulary Instruction. WV Title I Directors’ Conference March 10-12, 2009 Presented by Jane Massi. Four Types of Vocabulary. Listening – Words we understand when others talk to us. Speaking – Words we use when we talk to others.

By Lucy
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ANXIETY

ANXIETY

ANXIETY.

By bernad
(391 views)

Classroom Management

Classroom Management

Classroom Management. Classroom Survival. Disclaimer. "In order to discover the rules of society best suited to nations, a superior intelligence beholding all the passions of men without experiencing any of them would be needed. ” ~ Rousseau . A Nightmare. Language Teaching .

By paul2
(281 views)

3 rd Annual I’m Determined Youth Summit

3 rd Annual I’m Determined Youth Summit

3 rd Annual I’m Determined Youth Summit. 2010 I’m Determined Youth Summit: Small Groups. Green Group Topics: Assistive Technology Accommodations. Topic # 1: Assistive Technology. Example: demonstrate an Alpha Smart Hands on technology fair. Demonstrations

By blue
(216 views)

Critical Thinking: The Who, What, How, & Why

Critical Thinking: The Who, What, How, & Why

Critical Thinking: The Who, What, How, & Why. Department of Psychology Professional Development Workshops January 15, 2004. What is Critical Thinking? William Perry’s Theory of Intellectual Development Why is critical thinking important? How do we teach critical thinking?

By hien
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Context for Affective Measurements

Context for Affective Measurements

Engaging Students from Matriculation through Completion: Measuring Student’s Affective Learning and Why it Matters  . Celia Esposito- Noy , Ed.D ., Vice President, Student Services & Enrollment Management, Cosumnes River College

By anjelita
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Design labs: Student’s Expectations and Reality

Design labs: Student’s Expectations and Reality

Design labs: Student’s Expectations and Reality. Physics Education Research Conference Salt Lake City, August 2005. Eugenia Etkina and Sahana Murthy Rutgers University, New Jersey http://paer.rutgers.edu:/scientificabilities. Supported in part by NSF Grant DUE #0241078. Abstract.

By miller
(126 views)

Special Education

Special Education

Special Education. Changes for the 2010-11 Year. How Has Special Education Changed?. Increase in autistic students Increase in OHI students (ADHD) Special Ed students are now part of the Federal and State accountability systems! Yes, that means TAKS M counts now!!

By inoke
(196 views)

THE WAY THE BRAIN LEARNS BEST

THE WAY THE BRAIN LEARNS BEST

THE WAY THE BRAIN LEARNS BEST. The Brain shapes itself in response to the outside world. Five senses generate nerve impulses that cause brain cells to connect, forming circuits and networks. Therefore: connect academic material to concrete, sensory experiences:

By deana
(172 views)

Providing Students with Effective Feedback

Providing Students with Effective Feedback

Providing Students with Effective Feedback. What is Feedback?.

By jaxon
(1266 views)

Helping Kids Succeed on Open Response Questions

Helping Kids Succeed on Open Response Questions

Helping Kids Succeed on Open Response Questions. Haverhill Middle School teachers November 3, 2009. Essential Questions. How can we help students slow down, focus on the text, and monitor their understanding while reading? What are the elements of a high-scoring open response answer?

By Rita
(315 views)

One of the Six Traits of Effective Writing

One of the Six Traits of Effective Writing

Conventions. One of the Six Traits of Effective Writing. MPS Comprehensive Literacy Framework. COMPREHENSIVE LITERACY FRAMEWORK Area = Writing Context = School Audience = Teachers. Components of Effective Writing. Ideas Organization Voice Word Choice

By sanders
(177 views)

Providing Students with Effective Feedback

Providing Students with Effective Feedback

Providing Students with Effective Feedback. What is Feedback?.

By pilialoha
(556 views)

Vocabulary Instruction

Vocabulary Instruction

Vocabulary Instruction. WV Title I Directors’ Conference March 10-12, 2009 Presented by Jane Massi. Four Types of Vocabulary. Listening – Words we understand when others talk to us. Speaking – Words we use when we talk to others.

By elom
(465 views)

Touch Math

Touch Math

Touch Math. Brittany Chesna , Kristin Erdmann, Vicky Hagen, Heather Janik , Amanda Moxley , Erin Shemoski. Touch Math. Multisensory teaching approach Seeing, saying, hearing, and touching Use for Special Education Learning disabilities Autism. Touch Math Numbers.

By nida
(277 views)

Written and Oral Retellings

Written and Oral Retellings

Written and Oral Retellings . Dr. Valerie J. Robnolt Virginia Commonwealth University vjrobnolt@vcu.edu. Agenda for Today:. What are retellings? Narrative text structure Expository text structure How to elicit retellings How to score retellings. Retellings: What is the big idea? .

By csilla
(92 views)

Beyond Phonics

Beyond Phonics

Beyond Phonics. Laying Foundations in the Grammar and Dialectic Grades for Rhetoric Level Reading. Decoding the words on the page Understanding basic meaning, explicit and implied. Elementary Reading. Systematic skimming Determine the structure and parts of the text

By mura
(125 views)

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