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    • Alexandria Delaney

      Week 6 Readings

      The models of writing instruction in the content-areas vary dramatically.  In English of course it appears that the whole process is taken into account while in the other disciplines, it is more about the product.  This can be largely due to the pressure of sticking to the curriculum an...

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      • Abdul Amunikoro

        Week 7 Response

          Lynch’s article in this week reminded me on an earlier article need for prior knowledge in literacy instruction. The scope of the article was to represent the need for students being introduced to vocabulary words before reading a given text. The argument is to show the lack of prior...

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        • Giuseppe Marchica

          Week 6

          The models for writing instruction range between content areas. In English educators are given a double block to focus instruction on composing a student’s writing skill. Their attention focuses on structure, mechanics, tone, genre, etc. However, in order for students to succeed, writing is...

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          • Andrew Rohan

            Andrew Rohan's Week 7 response

            Adolescent literacy in the digital age incorporates many practices and methods found in normal literacy teaching but streamlines and opens the available options to those trying to learn it. Open learning, also known as open education, can be defined as a set of practices, resources, and scholarsh...

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            • Ashtyn Greenstein

              Week 7 Reading Analysis

              Embracing the digital age can be an extremely effective tool when utilized in the classroom. Kids are extremely attached to their phones as well as all other pieces of technology such as computers, video games, and more. Bringing in technology is instantly engaging and something that students are...

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              • Alexandria Delaney

                Week 7

                Adolescent digital literacy is something that should be mandatory in our classrooms at this point.  We live in an age where most things are run by technology: people read the news on their phones, communicate with bosses or coworkers through emails, and books are being sold through online ap...

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                • Charlton Simmons

                  Week 7

                  Adolescent reading in the digital age means that students are able to demonstrate reading skills (such as decoding, annotation, fluency, and vocabulary) through the use of technology and the respective skills associated with it. As the digital era continues to implement our daily lives, educators...

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                  • Charlton Simmons

                    Week 7 3x3

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                    • Abdul Amunikoro

                      Week 10 Response

                      I felt a personal relation to two of the articles, so I felt best to reference my experience in my own life as opposed to the classroom.  Hotchkiss and Hougen's article stood out to me as it provided a career-oriented model for how students should write by referencing that students sh...

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                      • Charlton Simmons

                        Week 10

                        The two overarching genres across disciplines are fiction and non-fiction. Within the respective genres there are sub-genres such as mystery and romance. The further one looks at literacy within a specific content area, the more dominant the use of one genre becomes. Science focuses on the realm ...

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