Self Study Project 2

Mary Fleming
Mind Map by Mary Fleming, updated more than 1 year ago
Mary Fleming
Created by Mary Fleming over 4 years ago


This is my mind map for CTRD 3013!

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Self Study Project 2
1 Knowledge of Diversity
1.1 In what ways can you provide diversity in the classroom?
1.1.1 Teaching about multicultural role models
1.1.2 Projects
1.1.3 Food
1.1.4 Maps
1.1.5 Guest speakers from different backgrounds
1.1.6 Allowing children to do portrait of themselves
1.1.7 Books
1.1.8 Share stories of student's home life Events History Holidays Traditions Birthdays
1.1.9 Writing about it Journals Post it where everyone can learn about each other
1.1.10 Example of showing diversity in the classroom
1.2 How can we support ELL in the classroom?
1.2.1 Group work small or large groups
1.2.2 Partner work
1.2.3 Daily routine
1.2.4 Place responsibility
1.2.5 Schedule posted
1.2.6 Big books
1.2.7 Flashcards
1.2.8 Listening Centers
1.2.9 Hands-on learning Sensory learning Sand/Water table Math Manipulatives Counters Tiles Cubes Blocks Example of hands on learning for ELL student's
1.2.10 Word Wall Pictures High Frequency
1.2.11 Visual Displays Numbers Maps Photographs
1.2.12 Know the Students Establish a language relationship background Social and Emotional needs Academic Level
1.2.13 Provide Language Acquisition daily Listening Reading Writing Speaking
1.2.14 Word Banks
1.2.15 Read instruction out loud
2 Knowledge of Content
2.1 What modifications can be made to support student's learning?
2.1.1 Student Response Give different insight on something Students might understand each other
2.1.2 Adapted Materials Books on Tape Big Books Large Print
2.1.3 Scheduling Extra Time Routine
2.1.4 Group work Big groups Small groups Same level learning
2.1.5 One-on-one support Hear instruction orally Answers gone over Questions read too
2.1.6 Materials Special Equipment computers Smart Board Ipads Tape Recorder Children sized furniture Leveled books Text books Written list of instructions
2.1.7 Curriculum Materials Excused from assignments Different material Graded by different tool
2.1.8 Special Services Aids Speech Coach Title I Instructional Coach Special Ed ESL
2.2 What does a lesson plan look like?
2.2.1 Positive Reinforcement Be specific
2.2.2 Text Complexity Text Level
2.2.3 Standard Common Core Standards
2.2.4 Materials Books Anchor Charts Markers Whiteboards
2.2.5 Objective Goal of the lesson
2.2.6 Specific Learning Activity Content Explaining what we're learning
2.2.7 Engagement Strategies Guided Reading Shared Reading Guided Practice Independent Practice Interactive Read Aloud Scaffolds talk partners retelling Think aloud White boards group discussions flashcards
2.2.8 Background Knowledge Purpose Schema
2.2.9 Conclusion Purpose of lesson Reflecting What we learned Applying Assessment Look for Guides Rubrics
2.2.10 Prompts Stopping points
2.2.11 Questions What if Why How What else If
2.2.12 Example of an engaged lesson plan
2.2.13 Example of a lesson
3 Knowledge of Teaching & Learning
3.1 What are some activities that can optimize each learner?
3.1.1 Rewards Something to look forward too Motivation Helps control problem with student behaviors
3.1.2 Hands-on Learning Gives different instructon Encourages Movement Hands on learning example
3.1.3 Peer obeservations Offers Support
3.1.4 Setting Standards Encourages students to ask questions Helps confusion Something to refer too Challenges students Adjustments can be made to fit needs of students
3.1.5 Assessments Provide students with important feedback on their learning progress & helps identify learning progress Observation Suvery Graphic Organizers AR Test Running Records Unit Exams Collaborative Assessments Test
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