QEP: Defnitions

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QEP: Definitions — Getting on the Same Page

All departments have a role in the "Read Today, Lead Tomorrow" initiative. In this session, a review of the QEP outcomes will be followed by a discussion focused on operational definitions related to reading activities and procedures. Specific differences between the terms “skills” and “strategies” will be addressed. During the session two reading strategies, Anticipation Guide and SORT, will be modeled.

* Led by: Dr. Glenda Hembree (Education), Dr. Maryam Foroozesh (Chemistry), and Ms. Kenya Campbell (Office of Academic Enhancement)
* Date: January 21, 2010
* Time: 12:15 - 1:05 PM
* Location: Library 501
* Sponsor: Center for the Advancement of Teaching

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  • 1. Reading CAT Session #1 1/21/10
    • Please complete Column 1 of your Anticipation Guide. Then turn your paper over on your desk.
  • 2. Reading 2 subsets Developmental Content Area Reading Reading Grades K-3 Grade 4-Adult
  • 3. Components of Effective Reading Instruction
    • Phonemic Awareness
    • Phonics
    • Fluency
    • Vocabulary
    • Comprehension
  • 4. Reading Terms
    • Active Reading
      • not just decoding
    • Strategic Reading
    • using a strategy, system, or set of steps
    • Engaged Reading
      • being motivated to participate and stay involved
  • 5. Sorting Activity
    • Review the phrases on each of your cards
    • Separate the cards into two sets
    • Label your sets—give each a name
    • Write a definition for your labels
  • 6. How can you use a sorting activity in your content area?
  • 7. Strategies
    • Question/Answer Relationships (QAR)
    • Semantic Feature Analysis (SFA)
    • Reciprocal Teaching
    • Graphic Organizers
  • 8. Complete your Anticipation Guide--
    • Place checks in Column 3
    • Write comments in Column 4
  • 9.
    • How can you use an Anticipation Guide in your content area?
  • 10. Next Steps
    • Which types of strategies would you like to learn more about?