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2 edition of Alternative strategy in English classrooms. found in the catalog.

Alternative strategy in English classrooms.

Michigan Council of Teachers of English. Committee on Lecture Alternatives in the English Classroom.

Alternative strategy in English classrooms.

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Published by Michigan Council of Teachers of English in [n.p.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English language -- Study and teaching.,
  • English literature -- Study and teaching.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPrepared by the Committee on Lecture Alternatives in the English Classroom for the Michigan Council of Teachers of English. Edited by M. Robert Graham.
    ContributionsGraham, M. Robert.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p.
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14357217M

    Most students will have significant gaps in their learning, so staff must work out how to meet them. Then the teacher signals students to rotate: Students on the outside circle move one space to the right so they are standing in front of a new person or sitting, as they are in the video. As with the other strategies, you may teach students the click and clunk strategy from the beginning of the year and use it in various contexts. Follow-up activities You may use many activities to reinforce the key vocabulary and important ideas students have learned from reading the day's passage, and also to assist you in monitoring students' learning. Make sure you provide a list of answers. He holds a post-baccalaureate certificate from Penn State's Educating Individuals with Autism program.

    Timer A timer is optional. This may take too much and effort to prepare, but actually it's not--particularly if you have kids who like to help the teacher. They will also have had opportunities to watch you model and apply the strategy with the class as a whole, making its implementation in small groups easier. Vaughn, S. Logical consequences have a logical connection to the behavior: if you tear up your shirt during a rant, you get to wear my ugly, ill-fitting shirt.

    Final thoughts The teachers we have worked with like what happens in their classrooms: Once students learn the strategies preview, click and clunk, get the gist, and wrap upthey can apply them in cooperative groups. I previously published a post focusing assessment in the classroom. Then the teacher signals students to rotate: Students on the outside circle move one space to the right so they are standing in front of a new person or sitting, as they are in the video. I have not used the final two grouping approaches that follow below. Either way, it probably involves a classroom.


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Teach students to ask some questions about information that is stated explicitly in the passage and other questions that require an answer not right in the passage, but "in your head. Or, see if the author has a website and email it.

It helps them to realise that they remembered that and it gives them a sense of ownership over their memories. Students can perform more than one role at a time, if necessary. Students with SED's may be included in general education classrooms with support from a special educator.

S: If someone has a clunk : Announcer, please call on someone to say their clunk. Increasingly small companies and enthusiastic teachers are finding that they can produce good-quality learning content. It provides educators and administrators with valuable data on student learning, appropriate curricula, and effective teaching strategies.

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Design a poster or new book cover depicting the climax of the story. She and her staff teach unwell young people, on the hospital grounds, from key stage 1 right up to A-level.

Either way, it probably involves a classroom. Create menus of appropriate reinforcers from which students can choose. Each group might complete a different follow-up activity, and then share their products with the rest of the class. So you would draw an illustration of Rosa Parks taking a stand on the bus.

Pretend you are the author of the book and make up an alternative ending to the story.

Severe Emotional Disturbances (SED) Classrooms

Pretend you are the author of the book. Voxer is also invaluable for collaborating on projects and for having one-on-one discussions with students, parents, and your own colleagues. S: Now we will go around the group and each say the gist in our own words.

Routines require a teacher to anticipate the sorts of challenges he or she will meet. Discussion is meant to happen naturally and students do not need to raise their hands to speak. Example: The emerald was green as a blade of grass. Logs furnish an additional way for all students to participate actively in their groups.

Previewing serves to motivate students' interest in the topic and to engage them in active reading from the onset.

Vaughn, S.Mar 20,  · As teachers receive more and more ESL/ELLs (English Language Learners) into their classrooms, it’s important that they learn to integrate them with the rest of their student population. The following reading strategies will help you with the process.

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