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LIST 5373 Webinar Week Two: Summer 2016

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LIST 5373 Webinar Week Two: Summer 2016

  1. 1. OPTIONALWEBINAR WEEK 2 LIST 5373, SUMMER 16 Dr. Peggy Semingson Tuesday, 5/31 (6:00-6:45, CST) Join Link: Link to join the webinar: https://elearn.uta.edu/webapps/bb- collaborate-bb_bb60/launchSession/guest?uid=38336d4f-5e9d-4017-835a- 765eef7b4712 You can join by computer/laptop or by the mobile app for “Blackboard Collaborate”.
  2. 2. Plan for theWebinar ■ Reminders about assignments ■ Check-in for how we are doing with the Professional Development Handout and Lesson Plan Handout ■ Chat/dialogue about key ideas for the course forWeek 1 and 2 ■ A few mini-lectures throughout and commentary from Dr. Semingson ■ A word of encouragement! ■ The webinar will be about 30 minutes (or so) in length!
  3. 3. Reminders of key assignments! ■ Reading Response & Replies every week ■ Quizzes every week ■ Phonics Quiz-Week 3 ■ Word Study Plan-Week 4 ■ Professional Development Handout-Week 5 ■ *Be sure you have purchasedTK20!
  4. 4. How’s it going? Any general questions so far? How are the readings going? How are discussions going online?
  5. 5. What are your ideas so far for the…. ■ 1) Professional Development Handout? ■ 2)Word Study Lesson Plan? Image: Bitmoji app
  6. 6. PD Handout: 10+ tips that connect or draw from the research (evidence-based practice) ■ At least 10+ tips should be presented that focus on several key areas of a targeted grade level or grade levels. ■ You should elaborate (BE SPECIFIC) on the tips so that any teacher could take this from your presentation and put the ideas into practice. ■ All points must have research support (cite source).You must draw on the research-based journal articles that you read. ■ Examples are on Blackboard to explore.
  7. 7. Additional resources to learn more on your own and demonstrations ■ Library tutorial videos are highly suggested and are in the readings for Session 1 (ProfessorAuthored readings) ■ Demonstration of doing a search with Academic Search Complete. We recommend this as a key database to find your articles. ■ Demonstration of doing a search with E-journals. ■ Library website-find books and moreE-journalstype name of journal and open up journal
  8. 8. Reminders about links in syllabus and in PAR 1 Watch the required online tutorials from the UTA library: Viewing of research database tutorials is required: Watch all of these video tutorials from the UTA Library prior to the course starting [cut and paste the links, if needed]. They are short tutorials and will be helpful to you across courses. ■ http://libraries.uta.edu/video/instruction/whatpr/peerreview.htm ■ What is Peer Review? ■ http://libraries.uta.edu/video/instruction/peer-review/database_peer_review.htm ■ Finding Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles ■ http://libraries.uta.edu/video/instruction/peer-review/peer_review.htm ■ Peer Review: How do I Know? ■ http://libraries.uta.edu/video/instruction/asc/asc.htm ■ Academic Search Complete ■ http://libraries.uta.edu/video/instruction/effectsearch/db.htm ■ Effective Searching ■ http://libraries.uta.edu/video/instruction/findingfulltext/ff.htm ■ Finding Full Text Articles
  9. 9. Quotes about beginning reading…. ■ "Children are made readers on the laps of their parents." — Emilie Buchwald ■ "Reading should not be presented to children as a chore or duty. It should be offered to them as a precious gift." — Kate DiCamillo ■ “Reading aloud with children is known to be the single most important activity for building the knowledge and skills they will eventually require for learning to read.” ― Marilyn Jager Adams ■ The two best predictors of early reading success are alphabet recognition and phonemic awareness.-Marilyn Jager Adams ■ More on Marilyn Jager Adams: http://www.childrenofthecode.org/interviews/adams.htm ■ Beginning to Read:Thinking and Learning about Print by Marilyn Jager Adams CHAT WINDOW DIALOGUE: 1)Which of the above quotes stood out to you? 2)What are your earliest memories of learning to read and/or write?
  10. 10. Let’s look at some example handouts ■ Examples of initial plans ■ Example of a final handout (what we are working towards). ■ Consider Smore orTackk
  11. 11. What do we know about… ■ Emergent literacy and beginning reading? ■ -connections ■ -resources ■ -experiences
  12. 12. Additional Ideas to Discuss ■ Learning to read versus Reading to Learn (Jeanne Chall) ■ Debate of “whole language” versus “phonics” and “balanced literacy” ■ Matthew Effect (Stanovich, 1986) ■ Discussion of Chall’s stages of reading development: http://www.scholastic.com/content/collateral_resources/pdf/r/readin g_bestpractices_assessment_red_c1_L02_tr_alookrsrch.pdf
  13. 13. Recommendation: This movie is on Netflix streaming: The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia http://kpjrfilms.co/the-big-picture/
  14. 14. Encouragement ■Keep going! ■Reward yourself ■Finish assignments early. ■Resources on Blackboard! ■Contact Dr. S if needed!

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