To Be An Intentional Teacher II

Emily Ray2856
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Emily Ray2856
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To Be An Intentional Teacher II
1 Knowledge of Diversity
1.1 What do I need to know about ELL students' in order to better help them learn English?
1.1.1 Assessment communicative competency stages preproduction early production speech emergence intermediate fluency
1.1.2 temporary langauge mixing Interlanguage
1.1.3 common underlying proficiency
1.1.4 environment encouraging non threatiening linguistic racism pressure self-esteem language as identity and pride Balancing Values school values family values incorporating family values into classroom school values institutional structures tracking disadvantages structure of school disciplinary procedures
1.1.5 scaffolds
2 Knowledge of Content
2.1 What comprehension strategies are most important to teach/assess in students?
2.1.1 monitoring comprehension surface level: using MSV to search, self, correct, and confirm deep level revising thinking rereading to clear up confusions
2.1.2 making connections text-to-self text-to-text text-to-world
2.1.3 visualizing all senses deepen understanding/ make memorable inferring reading between the lines active reading validated with relevant background knowledge/ text evidence making connections scaffolds cooperative learning
2.1.4 Questioning before, during, after clarify meaning Predicting be critical analyze author's purpose focus attention on ideas
2.1.5 Predicting
2.1.6 inferring
2.1.7 Determining Importance word level sentence level text level purpose for reading
2.1.8 Synthesizing changing thoughts themes organizing elements plot characters setting cause/effect
2.1.9 literature discussion
2.1.10 reading response
3 Knowledge of Teaching and Learning
3.1 How do I create a balanced literacy program in my classroom?
3.1.1 Gradual Release of Responsibility I do, You Watch Interactive Read- Aloud Think-alouds model thinking teacher reads aloud students talk during Shared Reading Think aloud Shared Reading I Do, You Help/You do, I Help Guided Reading each student has copy of text teacher coaching small group Reading Conference small group literature disucssion You do, I watch paired/ buddy reading similar levels or different levels independent reading reread instructional text read independent level text reading response model thinking
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