The Students’ Social Contract Model Curriculum Framework

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AUDIO OVERVIEW starring Kathy Whitinger

 
 
  Developed by twitter miniKathy Whitinger and Sandy Dossett!

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Podcast On Your Plan episode 15 with Drew Price

Drew PriceDrew and I were drawn together by our interest in teaching whole-novels versus excerpts. In this episode, we review some feedback on the issue from the #ELAOK Facebook community (which can be found by CLICKING HERE) and research on reading (which is also available in the link).

I was most impressed with Drew’s practical strategies for teaching reading. (After recording this episode, I want to kidnap a classroom and try teaching with literature circles!) I hope you enjoy! Don’t forget about the show links and notes at the bottom of the page.

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Show Notes

TEACH PASSAGE-BASED WRITING, Chapter 6

MATERIALS

TAKEAWAYS

  1. Summarization
  2. Instructional Practices

REFLECTION & FEEDBACK

Please share responses in the comment box below.

  1. Which of the instructional practices presented by Kristen do you already utilize in your classroom?
  2. How do you incorporate them to meet the needs of your students?
  3. Which instructional practices do you plan to use?
  4. What, if any, accommodations or modifications will you need to make?

[CONTINUE TO CHAPTER 7]