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Enhancing your Literate Environment

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Toni Dickey

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Transcript of Enhancing your Literate Environment

Positives
engaging environment
respect
activities
classroom arrangement
positive reinforcement
Classroom Two
Shiree
Fast pace (Checkpoints)
Individual consequences
Rewards
Lack of Graphic Organizers
Suggestions for Tammy
Switch up grouping
Incorporate graphic organizers
Promote self-motivation
Suggestions for Shiree
Slow down (but not too much)
Keep up with student successes (rewards)
Consequences
Incorporate Graphic Organizers
Suggestions for Both Teachers
Topic: Engaging/Motivation
Classroom One
Tammy
Group off task (back on after warning)
Lack of graphic organizers
Lack of full classroom collaboration
Enhancing your Literate Environment
toni Dickey- July 13, 2016
Grand Canyon university-rea550

Behavior sheets for students
Free Reading/Writing
Other types of rewards
Suggestions for Both Teachers
Topic: Social Environment
Choices
Motivation
Read to your students daily
Scaffolding
Suggestions for Both Teachers
Topic: Structuring Work
Grouping
Group Leaders
Accountability
Monitoring
Examples to use in Your Classroom
References
Attai, S. , Bankhead, J. , Dacus, S. , Davis, T. , Fuentes, L. , Haupert, M. , Kang, S. , Lang, R. , Zoch, T. (2014). A comparison of self-monitoring with and without reinforcement to improve on-task classroom behavior. Journal of School Counseling, 12(12). Retrieved from: http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1034764.pdf.
Brown, M. (2011). Effects of graphic organizers on student achievement in the writing process. Retrieved from: http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED527571.pdf.
Darwish, S. (2014). Literacy and children’s literature: Evidence from actual classroom practice. Journal of Education and Training Studies, 3(1), p78-83. Retrieved from: http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1054888.pdf.
Gilmore, D. P. (2001). Creating positive attitudes towards reading in public schools and homeschools. Retrieved from: http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED459439.pdf.
Kobus, T. , Maxwell, M. , Provo, J. (2008). Increasing motivation of elementary and middle school students through positive reinforcement, student self-assessment, and creative engagement. Retrieved from: http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED498971.pdf.
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