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Academic Language Lesson Plan

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Standard 3: Differentiation

3.1 Demonstrating Knowledge of Students [1]. To me, 3.1 means that teachers use their knowledge of individual students and groups of students to present information in a way that best utilizes students’ skills, knowledge, and language proficiency. According to Birnie … Continue reading

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Standard 2: Questioning

2.1 Using Questioning and Discussion Techniques [1]. To me, 2.1 means that teachers engage students in furthering understanding of material through high quality questions by allowing for adequate response time. I utilize high quality questions during small group discussions that … Continue reading

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Course Reflection – Content Methods

1.1 Demonstrating Knowledge of Content and Pedagogy [1]. To me, 1.1 involves how a teacher understands student’s interests and connects those interests to content in a natural and cohesive manner. As Nasir (2008) states, “Offering learners ways to participate that … Continue reading

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ISTE 5: Technology Operations and Concepts

Trigger Question: Are there up-to-date high school lessons plans designed to educate students on technological privacy/safety issues and strategies to maintain a positive digital footprint? Though the majority of students are not currently looking for jobs, it is important that students understand the impact … Continue reading

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ISTE 4: Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making

ISTE 4: Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making What tools are available for ELA students to organize research papers that allow students to develop critical thinking and make a clear arguable thesis through decision-making skills? After I posed my … Continue reading

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