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Objectives for Exam Professor in Balanced Literacy in the Middle School:

 

       The learner will demonstrate an understanding of the basic activities included in a balanced literacy model and basic concepts related to balanced literacy by answering 8 of 10 multiple choice questions contained in an Exam Professor drill sheet correctly

       The leaner will analyze, evaluate, and apply concepts from balanced literacy by addressing situations posed in 3 of 5 open -ended questions posed in an Exam Professor exam correctly.

 

 

Objectives for Our Story in Balanced Literacy in the Middle School:

 

       The learner will create a timeline/professional portfolio using Our Story to document learning throughout the course by telling the story through weekly personal reflection accompanied by photos/videos as appropriate.

 

       The learner will complete an icebreaker activity with a fellow classmate during the first week of class by creating an interview through Our Story, responding to a partner’s interview questions, and then sharing the experience as well as the results through the story section of Our Story.

Objectives for Wetpaint in Balanced Literacy in the Middle School:

 

       The learner will collaboratively create, using Wetpaint with a small group of 3-4 students, 3mini-lessons that can be taught within the reading workshop portion of a balanced literacy classroom.

 

       The learner will, using Wetpaint collaboratively in a group of 3-4, create 3 mini-lessons that can be taught within the writing workshop portion of a balanced literacy classroom.

 

Objectives for Wetpaint in Balanced Literacy in the Middle School:

 

       The learner will collaboratively create, using Wetpaint with a small group of 3-4 students, 3mini-lessons that can be taught within the reading workshop portion of a balanced literacy classroom.

 

       The learner will, using Wetpaint collaboratively in a group of 3-4, create 3 mini-lessons that can be taught within the writing workshop portion of a balanced literacy classroom.

 

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Patricia Hutton