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    • Abigail Van Hemmen - Student

      Abby's Week 4 Responses

      The readings this week leave me with the overwhelming feeling that a disconnect between the literacy common core standards and the processes in which they are taught prevents students from mastering grade level expectations. “Schools emphasize developing declarative knowledge, but common co...

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      • Charlton Simmons

        Week 4 Analysis

        Models of adolescent literacy instruction provide students with tools and knowledge to engage with increasingly complex text. The goal is to prepare students for career and college readiness (Glaus M. , 2014). Ideally, educators want students to be able to take what they have learned in their con...

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        • Alexandria Delaney

          Week 4 3x3

          https://view.knowledgevision.com/presentation/84762117838c456fb9077e02bac4f30c

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          • Giuseppe Marchica

            week 4

              Models of adolescent literacy instruction range due to content taught, grade level and student population based upon demographics especially ENL groups. Despite the ever so changing flexibility of students, educators must follow Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and align their lessons...

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            • Ashtyn Greenstein

              Week 4 Reading Response

              An effective teaching strategy is relating instruction in the classroom to real life issues and current events. This technique truly draws in student attention and increases engagement as students have a personal stake in what they are being taught in the classroom. To this effect there are many ...

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              • Abdul Amunikoro

                Week 5 Response

                  The five articles explored the concept of close reading while providing their separate perspectives on how the task must be interpreted and executed. Boyles states in his report that shorter texts can achieve the standards for close reading. I do believe this claim to be accurate beca...

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                • Andrew Rohan

                  Andrew Rohan's Week 5 Analysis

                  In our classrooms today, it seems that we are in a constant attempt to mix the content of our disciplines and use literary sources to drive our instruction in order to allow our students even more understanding about a topic. Even the Core Standards are pushing this integration and supporting the...

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                  • Ashtyn Greenstein

                    Week 5 Reading Response

                      As a science educator, I understand the importance of literature in every science classroom. I believe literature plays an extremely important role in science education as it opens door to practically all science content. A children’s book, for example, can be analogized to a diff...

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                    • Charlton Simmons

                      Week 5 Reading

                      As adolescents move to the next level of education, they are presented with increasingly complex text. In addition to being able to read the material, students should be able to demonstrate their comprehension skills. Since most classrooms have diverse learners, close reading is a tool used to su...

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                      • Tamdeka Hughes-Carroll

                        Week 5

                        A poster is a visual medium, and thus design matters. However, the most memorable posters are those in which the design and content work together in creative and thoughtful ways. (Dalton, Love that Book) I found this article to be most powerful because it certainly covers the three areas that was...

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