Module 3

Apr 17th, 2014
Price: $25 USD

Question description


Teachers will be able to analyze and apply data analysis techniques to differentiate instruction.


Prepare for the module by doing the following:

1. Read: AZELLA rapid report

2. Read: Stages of second language acquisition power point

  • Read and View

·  Question 1- Module 3 Forum

·  Reflecting on your knowledge using data to design instruction, explain how the levels of proficiency can guide instruction.

·  Question 2- Module_3_Activities_Revised.doc

·  Question 3- Module 3. Exit Ticket

·  Complete the exit ticket to demonstrate you've met the objective(s) of the module.

·  Complete the following items.

·  1. Look at the objective for this session module. In 3-5 sentences demonstrate that you met the objective.

·  2. In 3-5 sentences explain one takeaway from the reading(s) done for this module. What did you learn from the reading(s) with regard to teaching ELLs?

·  3. In 3-5 sentences explain one takeaway from the activities done in this module. What did you learn from the activities with regard to teaching ELLs?

·  4. In 3-5 sentences, explain your thoughts on the videos or power points in this module. What connections did you make with prior knowledge and experiences while watching the videos or power points?

·  Second_Language_Acquisition.ppt

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