Week 1 study guide
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Date Created: 09/19/16
EL316 EARLY AND EMERGENT LITERACY Dr. Porter Chapter 1 Today’s Agenda 1. Read Aloud ( First Day Jitters) 2. uiding Questions with Post it Notes 3. Writing Journal: Write about a book or series that you remember reading in school. 3. :50-9:00 (BREAK) 4.“That’s Me!” 5.Course Description and Syllabus 6.Assignments 7.Chapter 1: Becoming an Eﬀective Teacher (Read to your self) 8. :50-10:00 (Break) 9.Chapter 1 Discussion Important Questions • On post it notes, generate a personal list of important questions that will guide your learning during this course (one question per post it note). • These questions should focus on the most important things you want to know and understand about teaching reading. • Share and place your post-it notes on the chart paper. • We will revisit these guiding questions periodically during the course to help you reﬂect on your learning and knowledge of literacy instruction • Writing Journal: Write about a book or series that you remember reading in school. (5 minutes) With a partner, share BREAK 10 Minutes That’s ME!!!!! SYLLABUS MOODLE ASSIGNMENTS • Tests (2) • Lesson Plans (2) • Anchor Charts (2) • Handbook 1. Creating a Literate Community 2. Diﬀerentiating Instruction 3. Word Study and Fluency 4. Scaﬀolding Reading and Writing Development 5. Connecting School and Home Participation-Entrance Slips Chapter 1: Becoming an Eﬀective Teacher • Objectives for Chapter 1: 1. Compare teacher-centered and child-centered theories about learning 2.Examine the role of each of the four cueing systems 3.Describe the characteristics of a community of learners 4.Explain the balanced approach to instruction 5. iscuss the Common Core State Standards 6.Describe how teachers scaﬀold children ’s reading and writing 7.Summarize the programs that teachers use to organize instruction 8.Describe how teachers link instruction and assessent READ CHAPTER 1 UNTIL BREAK Compare teacher-centered and child-centered theories about learning • Eﬀective teachers are key to a child’s success in learning to read and write successfully • Teachers are held accountable using standardized tests and setting higher standards for teachers • See page 5 of your text; read the 15 Teaching Standards that show what make teachers eﬀective Thursday • Chapter 1
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