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Week 11, Lecture 1 - APA and Review
Transcript of Week 11, Lecture 1 - APA and Review
Read Word Journeys Chapter 4
Case Study Part 4 Questions?
Work with your partner to visit all of the different stages
Do at least two or three activities at each stage
What are the questions you ask?
Before you leave, brainstorm in the speech bubble what you know about that stage
Brown (2015) states that, "when citing in APA format, you should always put the year after the author's name" (p. 23).
When the sentence talks about something mentioned by someone else, you should cite the source at the end of the sentence (Brown, 2015).
"If you are citing a specific quote, the author, year and page number should be in the sentence or in the citation at the end" (Brown et al., 2015, p. 2)
Brown, M. & Brown, J. (2015). Title of
the article in lowercase letters.
The Reading Teacher, 2
(1), 235-237. doi: 2348.438922983
(Brown & Brown, 2015)
First time, stating it write the citation:
(Brown, Brown & Brown, 2015, p. 2)
Think about your student
Find an activity that could help your specific student
Think about how it could target a skill that they are "using but confusing"
Ask any questions that you might have about Part 4
Sign up under your student's spelling stage on the sheet by the index cards
(What is the highest DSA feature assessment you were able to give?)
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Header: Left Aligned
Intro and questions
Part 4 questions
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