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Copy of Dynamic Literacy Classroom

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Tracy Roberts

on 22 January 2014

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Transcript of Copy of Dynamic Literacy Classroom

Dynamic Literacy
Classroom
Elements of a Dynamic Literacy Classroom
Assessment Plan
Classroom
ELEMENTS
There are six parts of a dynamic literacy classroom highlighted in this presentation...
Cultural Responsive Instructional Plan
Informational and Communication Technologies
Student
Texts
A dynamic literacy classroom is a multi-textal, literacy-rich, culturally responsive setting where multiple strategies are used to optimize student learning.
Culturally Responsive Instructional Plan
Student Text
Physical Classroom Setting
Reflecting and Sharing
Assessment Plan
Physical Classroom Setting
Two reading comprehension lesson plans and two
Writing To Learn
lesson plans are included in the Word document provided.
Please refer to the Word document provided for more details.
Information and Communication
Technologies
Specific integration details are included in the
instructional plan provided in the Word
document.
Presentation by Tracy Roberts
An annotated bibliography of 15 texts related to the culturally responsive instructional plan is included in the Word document.
As I reflect on the elements of a dynamic literacy classroom I ponder several things. First, it is clear that all of my colleagues could benefit from this information. The elements and strategies can be implemented in all content and specialty area classes. I can share this information at faculty meetings and during my Professional Learning Community meeting. I could also post this project on our district teacher wiki for others to see. It is my role to lead my students and guide them through their learning journey. I need to provide tools, and means to use those tools, so that every student is equipped to succeed in and out of my dynamic literacy classroom.
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