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Using Google Forms for Teaching Reading

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Tricia Ebarvia

on 9 July 2011

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Forms for
Teaching Reading (and other fun stuff) Pedagogical
Framework What are Google Forms? What are
the Advantages? Pen-and-Pencil
"In-class" Assessment
Potential "back-tracking" Before Google Forms After Google Forms Monitor student comprehension before they get to class Quick turn-around results Data-based decision-making Go Green Easily check homework Homework Record Sample Lesson "The Birthday Party" 1. Go to mrsEbarvia.com
2. Go to Assignment (first "post")
3. Click on link to read the story
4. Click on link to get to form Other Uses? Student/Parent Contact information Student Survey (get to know you) Special/Gifted Ed Teacher Feedback Anytime you need to collect information or data Assess Reading Comprehension Digital
Efficient Business Schools & Classrooms? have fun! DIFFERENTIATED ASSESSMENT Better Reading Instruction Spreadsheet (Raw data) Delivery E-mail link
Embed code onto a website (http://www.mrsEbarvia.com) How do I get started? https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?hl=en&formkey=dG9QTmswQzdpZjljelNIOFlROGVfLVE6MQ#gid=0 How Can I Use
Forms to
Teach Reading? Anticipation Guide Assess Prior Knowledge Reading Minute Logs Guided Reading Questions http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?hl=en&formkey=dERmWDJpZ1NpTlhkQW5kNkVHMS1ma2c6MQ#gid=0 Student Polls Emotion Graph http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?key=pLybyDH-JtboBhXIuHyf2dg Visual appeal of information NCTE Research Brief on Adolescent Literacy Reform, 2006 Assessment that provides regular feedback about student learning has benefits for students and teachers. It can enhance motivation as well as achievement among students. Teachers who receive daily or weekly information about student development can intervene effectively Assessment and feedback are crucial for helping people learn. Assessment that is consistent with principles of learning and understanding should:
Mirror good instruction
Happen continuously, but not intrusively, as part of instruction
Provide information about the levels of understanding that students are reaching. John Bransford, Ann Brown, & Rodney Cocking, 'How People Learn' (2000), qtd. in 'Understanding By Design' by Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe by what by when by Tricia Ebarvia
PWP 508-02
Sum2010 Think about a text that is either difficult or a unit that could benefit from more comprehension monitoring Check out the resources on our class wiki. http://digspaces.pbworks.com/Using-Google-Forms-to-Teach-Reading Video tutorials
More classroom applications
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