WELCOME
March 13, 2013
Review
What are the six language arts?
Define how assimilation and accommodation
are an important part of a child’s learni...
APPLICATION
Choose five language arts strategies from the
list on pages 20-21 and identify which of the
four language syst...
The Goal
The goal of language arts instruction is for
students to develop communicative
competence in the six language art...
Organizing for Instruction
How did Mrs. Miller-McColm incorporate all
four patterns of practice in her language arts
class?
Patterns of Practice
Literature Focus Unit has four components:
Reading, responding, teaching a
minilesson, and creating p...
Minilesson
Introduce the topic
Share examples
Provide information
Supervise practice
Assess learning
Patterns of Practice
Literature Circles have four components:
Reading, responding, creating projects, and
sharing
Student ...
Patterns of Practice
Reading and Writing Workshop
Reading workshop fosters real reading of self-
selected stories, poems, ...
Patterns of Practice
Thematic Units integrate language arts with
social studies, science, and other curricular
areas.
Them...
The Teacher’s Role?
What is it?
ELL Needs
How do teachers adapt instruction for English
language learners?
Assessing Students’
Learning
Classroom observation
anecdotal notes
conferences
checklists
Thinking Time
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  1. 1. WELCOME March 13, 2013
  2. 2. Review What are the six language arts? Define how assimilation and accommodation are an important part of a child’s learning process. Define how equilibration and disequilibration are an important part of a child’s learning process.
  3. 3. APPLICATION Choose five language arts strategies from the list on pages 20-21 and identify which of the four language systems the strategy would best help the learner.
  4. 4. The Goal The goal of language arts instruction is for students to develop communicative competence in the six language arts.
  5. 5. Organizing for Instruction How did Mrs. Miller-McColm incorporate all four patterns of practice in her language arts class?
  6. 6. Patterns of Practice Literature Focus Unit has four components: Reading, responding, teaching a minilesson, and creating projects
  7. 7. Minilesson Introduce the topic Share examples Provide information Supervise practice Assess learning
  8. 8. Patterns of Practice Literature Circles have four components: Reading, responding, creating projects, and sharing Student play roles in literature circles Literature Circles have three components: Reading and responding, sharing, teaching a minilesson
  9. 9. Patterns of Practice Reading and Writing Workshop Reading workshop fosters real reading of self- selected stories, poems, and informational books. Writing workshop fosters real writing for genuine purposes and authentic audiences
  10. 10. Patterns of Practice Thematic Units integrate language arts with social studies, science, and other curricular areas. Thematic Units have four components: Reading, keeping learning logs, making visual representations and creating projects
  11. 11. The Teacher’s Role? What is it?
  12. 12. ELL Needs How do teachers adapt instruction for English language learners?
  13. 13. Assessing Students’ Learning Classroom observation anecdotal notes conferences checklists
  14. 14. Thinking Time

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