StategicMethodology<br />Primary Strategy from<br /> “Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works”<br />Nonlinguistic Representation- <br />is the imagery mode of representation; primarily mental pictures and physical sensations. Using non-linguistic representations will help students increase knowledge with mental images. (Marzano)<br />Secondary Strategies from<br /> “Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works”:<br />Summarizing and note taking<br />
Michigan EducationalTechnology Standards Connections: METSGrades K-2 From Michigan Department of Education <br />
Pre-Assesment- Questioning, and Modeling<br />To pre-assess the students I will create an alternate book cover using the book “Horrible Harry and the Green Slim” because the all students are familiar with the book. I will have the students help me create the book cover to model the assessment requirements. This will be an open ended discussion. <br />Questions I will ask:<br />1. Where would be a good place for the tile?<br />2. What would I want to include in the picture? <br />3. Would I want to use a picture of something that happened in the book?<br />4. How do we write a “catchy” sentence?<br />5. What was the main theme of the story?<br />6. What was the most exciting part of the story?<br />7. Should my sentence tell about the theme? <br />Paper & Pencil<br />
Name: ___________________ Date:___________________<br />1. Which did you enjoy more? (Circle One) Paper/ pencil or Computer<br />2. Why did you like it more?<br />3. Which one of your book covers look better? (Circle one) Paper/Pencil Computer<br />4. Why do you think it looks better? <br />5. What was hard about the assignment?<br />Post Assessment<br />
Final Thoughts<br />Resources Used <br />”Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works.” Howard Pitler, Elizabeth R. Hubbell, Matt Kuhn, Kim Malenoski<br />”Putting the Pieces Together; Intergrating Technology with Marzan’s Instructional Stratigies ”- http://gets.gc.k12.va.us/vste/2008/5nonlinguistic.htm<br />
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