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  • Scaffolding Going Public: Using Technology to Solve Curricular Problems
    Caroline Leonard
    MICDS Middle School
  • Guiding Principles
    1. Articulate Philosophy
    2. Set Goals
    3. Identify Problems
  • To Thy Own Self Be True
    Core Elements Utility
    BALANCE
    Guided Academic
    Instruction Choice
  • Set Goals
    Thesis-driven, evidence- based writing (logic/organization)
    Writing Process
    Voice for a Purpose
    Audience/ Judges
  • Identify Problems
    No Academic Choice
    No Authentic Audience
    No Feedback Loop
  • Setting Goals
  • Back to Basics: Paragraph
  • BORING!
  • Intentional, Specific Instruction
  • Intentional, Specific Instruction
  • Spiral and Sequence
    Developing
    An Argument
    Organization
    Classroom Feedback
  • Round Robin
  • Comments in Word
    “Review” tab
    Use the Pen
    “New Comment” Option
  • What’s Next?
  • Public Persona
  • http://slideright.co.za/basics.html
  • Finally, Ready for the World
  • Organization
    = Choice
    Topic
    = Choice
    Writing for the Public
  • Read, Read, Read
  • Full Workshop
  • Publish
  • Guiding Principles
    Philosophy
    Specific Goals
    Problems to Solve
  • Scaffold to Success
    Start Small, Start Specific
    Spiral and Sequence
    Build Skills and Trust