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5468 Week One - Introduction

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Megan Brown

on 10 January 2017

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Course Objectives
Matrix Partners preso!
Harvard Business Review
How to lower the cost of enterprise sales?
Rene Birthday
Is it important or necessary?
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Evaluate Data
Obtain Data
Effective Screening

Be Thought Leaders

EDU T&L 5468
Reading Foundations
Case Study
I wanted to follow up from our call and thank you again for taking the time to meet with our team. ...
Dear Joe,
Course Requirements
Attendance: 20 Pts.
Student Reading Attitudes and Interests: 20 Pts.
Blogs or Apps Assignment: 10 Pts.
Case Study: 50 Pts.
Reading Response Inquiry: 60 Pts.
Professional Presentation: 20 Pts.
Poetry & Digital Storytelling Modules (points below)
Online Discussion: 20 Pts.
Content Quizzes: 20 Pts.
Class Feedback: 10 Pts.
Writer's Journal: 30 Pts.
Mini Word Wall
Unforgettables
Bird by Bird
Locomotion Responses
What do you really need?
Case Study
121199
Koffolt 136
Wednesday/Friday
12:45-2:05
Office: Ramseyer 229C
Office Hours: by appointment
Email: brown.6251@osu.edu
Solution
Cut out parts
Disposition Remaining Candidates
Use Your Calendar!
Questions?
Contribute
Engage in Class
Be Here
An overview of the semester
APA
Required Texts

Every Class Details and Policies...
Analyze data and fill out evaluation chart with examples and citations
BE the team candidates
want to work with.

- blog posts
-videos
-knowledge sharing
Attendance:
Use data from Carmen
Find your own student
Pick up your name card at the door and return it at the end of class
Rights and Policies

Display an in-depth knowledge of the reading process.
Articulate knowledge of a social-constructivist view of teaching and learning and apply this knowledge to a range of teaching-learning situations in reading.
Display knowledge of a range of instructional and assessment approaches for fostering and promoting children’s reading development.
Demonstrate an awareness of the needs of children for whom reading presents many challenges.
Explore and use technology based instructional strategies in the teaching of reading.

Bird by Bird
"Good Writing is about telling the truth. We are a species that needs and wants to understand who we are. Sheep lice do not seem to share this longing, which is one reason they write so very little. But we do. We have so much we want to say and figure out" (Lamott, 1994, 3).

Information
(include EDU 5468 in subject line)
Teaching Reading in the 21st Century (5th Edition)

An Observation Survey of Early Literacy Achievement

Locomotion
Total: 260 Possible Points
Answer Questions
Answer the following questions in 7-8 page paper:
What patterns/trends do you see emerging (with specific examples)
What is the child's reading strengths/weaknesses?
What as the child mastered?
What does the child need support with?
Design a plan
Finish by providing suggestions do you have for the child's future reading instruction
What is the next instructional step to specifically improve the child's (choose 3-5):
Reading attitude
Reading fluency
Reading level
Reading comprehension
Vocabulary development
Higher order thinking
Word study instruction
Motivation
By Anne Lamott
If you choose this option, you will receive credit for one RRI assignment
Please pick up an index card
To Do:
To Write:
Write your first (large) and last name
on the front in marker

On the back, list the following:
1. Favorite book
2. Learning Style (listening, doing, etc.)
3. Future Plans
4. Year in School (ex. junior)
5. Anything else I should know
How do you feel about being required to take this class?
Next Class:
Read
Teaching Reading in the 21st Century
(aka. GJG text): Chapter 1
Available on Canvas
Look at syllabus to decide what professional presentation will work best
Sign-up on Canvas
Finish gathering supplies for the class
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