Week 6 Work

Here is the work for Week 6.

***Be sure to check the Group Leader Rotations here. Remember, this is Week 6.***

0. Video Feedback. Be sure to take a look at the this short video. It gives some feedback for the work of Week 5 as well as setting up the work for Week 6. 

1. Reading Responses. This week's work is organized around the guiding questions: What are models for writing instruction in the content-areas?  What does it mean to think of writing in terms of process rather than product?  

Here are the instructions for preparing your reading responses. Here are the readings for this week (with live links):


1. Daniels, H., & Zemelman, S. (2014).  Subjects matter: Every teacher’s guide to content area
reading (2nd ED).  Portsmouth, NH:  Heinemann. – Chapter 3

2. Applebee, A. & Langer, J. (2011). A snapshot of writing instruction in middle schools and high schools . The English Journal, 100(6), 14-27.

3. Washburn, E. & Cavagnett, A. (2013). Using argument writing as a tool for integrating science and literacy. The Reading Teacher, (May), 1-10. 
    
4. Ramos, K. (2014). Teaching adolescent ELs to write academic-style persuasive essays. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 57(8), 655-665. 
        
5. Yancey, K. (2012). Writing the in the 21st Century: A report from the National Council of teachers of English. Urbana, ILL: NCTE. Available at http://www.ncte.org/library/NCTEFiles/Press/Yancey_final.pdf
 

These are due by Thursday, October 11th.

2. 3x3s. As before, this week's group leaders will synthesize and summarize their group members' responses in a 3x3

Here are the requirements for the 3x3s.

These are due by Sunday, October 14th.

Be sure to check the Group Leader Rotations here. Remember, this is Week 6.

ED 656 - Fall 2018

ED 656 - Fall 2018

Here is the online home for Fall 2018.