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Backward design SAILN
Backward design SAILN
Backward design SAILN
Backward design SAILN
Backward design SAILN
Backward design SAILN
Backward design SAILN
Backward design SAILN
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Backward design SAILN

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  • 1. SAILN Tier I
    Backward Design
  • 2. Stage 1 – Identify Desired Results
    Start with the end in mind.
  • 3. Stage 2 – Determine acceptable evidence
    What will show that students can achieve the desired results?
  • 4. Stage 3 – Plan learning experiences
    Guiding students down the road of knowledge.
  • 5. What is the desired result?
    Students must be successful in a multi-cultural world.
  • 6. Finding the Evidence
    Performance-based assessments
  • 7. Learning Experiences
    Interpretive Mode – Student gaining meaning from the input.
  • 8. Learning Experiences
    Interpersonal Mode – Students working together to negotiate meaning.
  • 9. Learning experiences
    Presentational Mode – Student creating a meaningful product.

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