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Read 4534 001 Day 9final

  1. 1. READ 4534-001<br />Dr. Elizabeth Swaggerty<br />March 23, 2010<br />
  2. 2. Where are we?<br />Scholastic Book Orders … order has been placed. New order available and is due on March 30th!<br />Literature Review Matrix – √<br />DRAFT OF PAPER - √<br />Revised draft of your paper - √<br />Next step … complete the peer review and revise again before appointment with the writing center (must meet with writing center consultant by March 30th).<br />
  3. 3. REVIEW<br />Met with small groups<br />Sample papers on Moodle<br />Is the purpose of your paper CLEAR TO YOU? Do you have a purpose statement?<br />Is there a clear outline of your paper? Are there appropriate headings/subheadings?<br />Do you have a solid literature review section that is written in third person and about 3-4 paragraphs of reflection? Is there a complete APA style reference list?<br />Are all of your references in both the reference list AND within the manuscript?<br />Are your references listed in alphabetical order within the reference list?<br />When a work has six or more authors, you may cite it with et al. within the manuscript:<br />This reference: Kosslyn, Koenig, Barrett, Vace, Tang, and Gabrieli. 1996 would appear like this in your paper:<br />Kosslyn et al. (1996) noted ….<br />
  4. 4. Organization<br />Put your name, the title of the paper, date, and READ 4534on the first page and within the header<br />Title (bold)<br /> Introductory paragraph with purpose statement.<br />What is Word Study?<br />Xxxxxx<br />Phonemic Awareness<br />Xxxxxx<br />Phonics<br />Xxxxxx<br />Spelling<br />Xxxxxx<br />Vocabulary<br />Xxxxxx<br />Conclusion<br />Xxxxxx<br />Reflection<br />Xxxxxx<br />References<br />
  5. 5. Literature Review: Are you using the right verbs when referring to authors/researchers?<br />Butcher (2006) stated…<br />The author said something<br />Smith and Jones (2009) posit…<br />The authors said something or theorize something<br />Keeting (2008) found…<br />Results from the author’s study are…<br />Billings (1999) and Yinley (2001) recommend…<br />These authors recommend something based on the findings of their study.<br />Miles, Yinley, and Zhang (1999) suggest…<br />
  6. 6. Literature Review: Ways to write without using the authors names within the sentence.<br />Many researchers posit … (Geurney, 2009; Smith and Roberston, 2006; Yang & Zhang, 1999).<br />These researchers claim that …<br />Research has demonstrated … (Kuhn & Stahl, 2003; Rasinski & Hoffman, 2003)<br />Results from several studies show …<br />Some researchers recommend … (Billings,1999; Yinley, 2001).<br />These authors recommend something based on the findings of their study.<br />Research suggests … (Rasinski, 2006’ Samuela, 2007).<br />These research studies suggest these implications …<br />
  7. 7. Reflection<br />I chose this topic because …<br />The study conducted by x & x (2008) inspired me because …<br />I think …<br />I believe all teachers should …<br />The findings reported by Smith (2009) and Zhang (2004) are similar to the experiences I have had in my practicum placements. For example, I observed …<br />The most important things I have learned from this research are…<br />In my future classroom, I will …. as a result of doing this research.<br />
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  9. 9. Peer Review #1<br />Read your partner’s paper CAREFULLY. <br />For the first peer review, pay particular attention to the content and organization of the paper, not as much to the mechanical details. <br />Be thoughtful in providing your feedback. <br />Fill out the rubric.<br />Add suggestions and questions to the actual paper (hard copy or track changes). <br />UPLOAD BOTH that you complete to Moodle.<br />
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  11. 11. After you receive your peer review feedback …<br />REVISE before you visit the writing center at Joyner Library.<br />
  12. 12. Writing Center<br />Joyner Library: 1st Floor, Mon-Thur: 9 – 5, Fri: 10 – 2<br /><br />Writing guides:<br />
  13. 13. Writing Center<br />(Provide time for approximately 20-30 minutes per session.)<br />1. Bring a description of the assignment (syllabus, for example).<br />2. Bring all associated materials, especially the latest printed draft of your paper.<br />3. Bring specific questions to guide the session. For example, Is my paper organized? Does the organization make sense? Do my headings make sense? Is the purpose statement clear? Did I succeed in taking the first person out of the literature review? Are there transitions between my paragraphs? Did I appropriate cite my sources?<br />4. Request documentation that you met. When you upload it, explain how you revised based on your time with the writing center consultant. <br />
  14. 14. You must meet with the writing center consultant by March 30th.<br />
  15. 15. GROUPS<br />Group 1: Kathryn A., Elisabeth R., Elizabeth S. <br />Group 2: Natasha S., Cortney T., Heather S., Marisa W.<br />Group 3: Lauren R., Megan R., Grace F., Brittany W.<br />Group 4: Tomeka S., Jessica M., Kathryn W., Rebekah H.<br />Group 5: Kathryn T., Lauren W., Jessica W.<br />Group 6: Nicole C., Jessica P., Sofia P., Marti I.<br />Group 7: Katherine R., Jamie S., Amanda G., Jeri L.<br />Discuss:<br />How is the revision process going? <br />Where are you?<br />What questions do you have? <br />What are you learning about your topic?<br />What are you learning about how to write an academic paper?<br />
  16. 16. Peer Review Time<br />
  17. 17. Ack! Boys are behind in reading<br />The Center on Education Policy just released a report … analysis of state standardized tests across the US show that boys are behind girls in reading achievement.<br /><br />
  18. 18. The Joy of Reading<br />Movie: Ben reads to Maya<br /><br />Movie: Will Griffith<br />
  19. 19. Books for BOYS<br /><br />Diary of a Wimpy Kid (2007) by Jeff Kinney<br />Love that Dog (2001) by Sharon Creech<br />N.E.R.D.S. by Michael Buckley<br />Guys Read (2005) by Jon Scieszka<br />Knock, Knock! (2007) Jokes by fourteen artists <br />Dinotrux (2009) by Chris Gall<br />Truckery Rhymes (2009) by Jon Scieszka<br />My Man Blue (1999) by Nikki Grimes<br />Usborne Book of Peoples of the World (2002)<br />Wooden Teeth and Jelly Beans (2009) by Ray Nelson<br />Hidden Under the Ground (1998) by Peter Kent<br />The Racecar Alphabet (2003) by Brian Floca<br />Percy Jackson Series by Rick Riordan<br />Al Capone Does My Shirts (2004) by Jennifer Choldenko<br />TR video with Jon:<br />
  20. 20. Tuesday, March 30 NO CLASS MEETING Draft Due to Writing Center<br />Tuesday, April 6 Draft Due to Peer Reviewer Again<br />Tuesday, April 13 NO CLASS MEETING Final Draft Due<br />