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Teaching Students with Exceptionalities in Inclusive Settings

by: Mike Dibbert

Teaching Students with Exceptionalities in Inclusive Settings EEX 3070

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Mike Dibbert
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Diana Valle-Riestra

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This 26 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mike Dibbert on Monday October 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to EEX 3070 at Florida International University taught by Diana Valle-Riestra in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 72 views. For similar materials see /class/221775/eex-3070-florida-international-university in Educational Foundations at Florida International University.

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Date Created: 10/12/15
7 APA SWIe of Writing 6th Edition 2010 Dr Diana ValleRiestra Florida International University Writing and Research Seminar 91109 Seminar Objectives Participants will Become acquainted with APA Style 6th Edition and its purpose in the writing process Understand the parts eg title page abstract headings subheadings of a scholarly manuscript Understand the most common APA rules eg citations running head Analyze samples of papers written in APA Style Introduction quotf American Psychological Association APA Publication Manual is the writing style most frequently used in the social and behavioral sciences eg psychology and education to communicate researchinformation Outlines the style requirements of a paper its preparation and submission process Considered a transitional document to guide a writer in style requirements based on current research literature Journal Articles rReports of empiricalscientific studies literature reviews theoretical articles methodological articles or case studies iiiOriginal works not previOUSIY PUb39iShed Pee r reviewed iiiArchival rSee pages 1011 Plagiarism t Ica principles Ensure integrity of scientific knowledge Protect intellectual property rights of others Giving credit to others for their work and their words Quotation marks for exact words Summarizing ancl paraphrasing cite reference Manuscript Structure amp Content summarize the main idea of a paper Avoid abbreviations No more than 12 words Upper and lowercase letters Centered Not boldface Upper half of the page Author s name no titles or degrees and affiliation FIU Running head all CAPS See example page 41 l Manuscript Structure amp Content Con t iiiAbstract brief summary of the contents of the paper Embed key words list key words I 4 or 5 important concepts findings or implications of your paper 150 to 250 word range Abstract on a new page after the title page Running head Page Number 2 Abstract Con t The word Abstract in upper and lowercase centered at the top of the page boldface Single paragraph with no indentation Doublespace See example page 41 Manuscript Structure amp Content Con t aftIntroduction overview of the paper specific problem or topic being addressed Questions to Consider page 27 Importance of topic Relevant review of literature previous scholarly work on the topic illitNew page 3 and Running head Manuscript Structure amp Content Con t 6 Repeat title of paper again centered lower and uppercase do NOT write Introduction See page 4244 Manuscript Structure amp Content Con t 39IZ Method detailed description of how the study was conducted Definitions of variables Research design Participant characteristics dirTypically has subheadings ParticipantsSubjects demographic info 0 See page 30 SettingLocation Manuscript Structure amp Content Con t Procedures eg sampling of participants Research design The word Method in upper and lowercase centered on the page boldface rSubheadings in upper and lowercase flush left boldface See example pages 4445 l Ax Manuscript Structure amp Content Con t Results summarize the data collected and how it was analyzed rThe word Result in upper and lowercase centered on the page boldface itSee example pages 4647 Manuscript Structure amp Content Con t ITussion evaluate examine interpret the results draw conclusions and inferences based on what you have learned Open the section with a general statement about the support or nonsupport of your original hypothesis ideas or opinions Acknowledge limitations Emphasize the importance of your findings or conclusions See example page 4749 Manuscript Structure amp Content Con t e erences the work of others are cited sufficient references to support your topic or issue under study Need to be accurate and complete If you cite that means you have read the article rReference list is on a new page after the last page of the body of the paper The word References in upper and lower case centered on the top of the page boldface rlx Manuscript Structure amp Content Con t rUse hanging indent format First line is flush left and the rest of the lines indented Doublespace all references sirAll references are in ABC order by first author s last name Manuscript Structure amp Content Con t 6 Reference includes Author s name publication year in parenthesis title journalbook 0 Journal italics needs volume italics and number in parenthesis not italics Example of Journal Article Journal of Special Education 56 4 612622 Example of Journal Article ValleRiestra DM amp Hughes MT 2008 Family experiences with identification A descriptive study Topics in Early Childhood Special Education 424 243244 Example of Book Bronfenbrenner U 1979 The ecology of human development Experiments by nature and design Cambridge MA Harvard University Press See example pages 4951 amp 184187 amp 198 215 Manuscript Structure amp Content Con t 6 rCitations giving credit to others work ideas research theory Direct quotes author year page number 0 Direct quotes less than 40 words incorporate into text and use quotation marks see page 171 0 Direct quotes more than 40 words indented block and no quotation marks see page 171 Basic Citation Styles 0 See table 61 page 177 Organizing Your Paper from an Outline Use of Headings and Subheadings Use at least 2 subheadings per heading section iiirLogical order Introduction Paragraphs with 9 Main idea 9 Support details Discussion Conclusion Levels of Headings rCentered Boldface Upper and Lowercase Heading rFlush left Boldface Upper and Lowercase Heading Indented Boldface Lowercase Heading with a Period firIndented Boldface Italicize Lowercase Heading with Period rSee pages 6263 Levels of Headings Con t Method Sample and Participant Selection Assessments and Measures Qsort measures of inhibition and aggressiveness Inhibition measures on males Inhibition measures on females Life history calendar Tips to Improve Your Writing Why do you want to improve your writing E ectivey communicate your message 1Write from an outline 2View writing as a process with several drafts of your work 3Read your draft silently to yourself and aloud 4Send your draft to others for review Bias in Writing my bias He or She Him or Her Racial or Ethnic Bias Proper nouns and capitalized Black White African Americans Hispanics Latinos PersonFirst Language Student with a learning disability NOT learning disabled student Child with mental retardation NOT mentally retarded child Mechanics of Writing Grammar Use of Commas Between elements before and or or in a series of 3 or more 39items EXAMPLE the height width or depth EXAMPLE In a study conducted by Valle Riestra Hughes and Cramer See page 88 l Mechanics of Writing Grammar Con t Use of Abbreviations Useful for long and technical terms Specific Learning Disabilities SLD See pages 106111 iiiUse of Numbers Numbers 10 and above or those that represent math functions use the numeral 0 15 years old 20th group of words 15 cm multiplies of 3 Mechanics of Writing Grammar Con t Numbers that begin a sentence title heading fraction or less than 10 use the words See pages 111112


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