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AVID Strategies @

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AVID Strategies @
Royal Palm Beach HS

Organizational Skills
Binders

- Binder Checks

- 10% of Grade

- Grade Template

Add Agendas!

-Weekly

-Monthly

-Graded!
Rigorous Curriculum
WICOR Strategies
-Marking the Text

-Socratic Seminars

-Philosophical Chairs
Fine Arts
World Languages
Mathematics
College Ready?
RPBHS @ Lvl 2
Advancing via Individual Determination
How does ACAPS fit into my subject area?
-Appraise your current focus of writing and inquiry within your content area.

-Derive questions you can use for your subject area within ACAPS model.

-Predict how can you implement this into your lesson plans.


Time to Share!
One answer from each task...


Contact information:
Joseph Leyland
Mathematics
P10
joseph.leyland@palmbeachschools.org
Featuring: ACAPS
(marshallmiddle.org)
Analysis using author, context, audience, purpose, significance (ACAPS)
ACAPS guides students through the process of “ways of thinking” when analyzing primary sources. This means considering how the background of the author, the context of the time, the audience being addressed and the purpose of the source all affect its meaning and significance.

This process of thinking can be used for all types of primary sources.

School Wide Focus Points
1. Student Selection
2. Voluntary Participation
3. AVID Elective
4. Rigorous Curriculum
5. Organization Skills
6. Writing and Reading
7. Inquiry and Collaboration
8. Tutors
9. Data Collection
10. Resources Committed
11. Site Team
Any Subject! Any Time!
A- Author- Who created the source? What do you know about his/her point of view? How might this affect the source’s meaning?

C- Context- When and where was the source created? How might this affect its meaning?

A-Audience- For what audience was this source created? How might this affect its meaning?

P- Purpose- For what reason was this source created? How might this affect its meaning?

S- Significance- What can be learned or inferred from this source? What is its main idea? Why is it important?

11 Essentials for Secondary Schools

1. Student Selection
2. Voluntary Participation
3. AVID Elective
4. Rigorous Curriculum
5. Organization Skills
6. Writing and Reading
7. Inquiry and Collaboration
8. Tutors
9. Data Collection
10. Resources Committed
11. Site Team
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