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EDUC 340 Final Study Guide

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Important study points for the final. Test format will be constructed response, true/false, and multiple choice.
Literacy and the Learner
Dr. Janet Seahorn
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Steven gray on Saturday May 7, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to EDUC-340 at Colorado State University taught by Dr. Janet Seahorn in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see Literacy and the Learner in Education and Teacher Studies at Colorado State University.

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Date Created: 05/07/16
Study Guide for Final 1. What is Literacy? 2. What are the characteristics of Proficient Readers?  3. Why is becoming a proficient reader/writer an important social goal? 4. Why is it important to teach and pay attention to reading/writing in all content area? 5. What are the symbols in your content area? 6. What is text density? 7. What are some ways to assess and/or build Prior Knowledge? 8. Why is Early Language Development and Learning important? 9. What are the challenges and problems of being a reader/learner? 10. How might these challenges impact the ability to read, write, do math…? 11. What is a graphic organizer?  12. Why is it an important instructional strategy? 13. Why is a graphic organizer a brain compatible learning strategy? 14. Name & show some ways to use graphic organizers in your content area? 15. How does a mind come to be? 16. What is brain plasticity? 17. What are some important concepts we need to know about ELL Learners? 18. What are some strategies for working with ELL learners? 19. How can I use these strategies with all of my students? 20. What is realia? 21. What are some strategies to check student comprehension and concept attainment? 22. What are some reading strategies to use Before, During, and After Reading? 23. What is memory? 24. How do we get information into our brains and long­term memory?


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