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Adolescent Literacy: Why does it matter?

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Date Added to MERLOT: December 01, 2012
Date Modified in MERLOT: March 31, 2014
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Submitter : Melissa Brooks-Yip

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Teachers of all subject areas are expected to be teachers of literacy.  With the Common Core State Standards, recommendations for adolescent literacy, and explicit instruction, this can be a lot to for teachers to take in. This presentation gives a review of the CCSS shifts, the IES recommendations for adolescent literacy, and an... More

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IES, Instruction, Literacy, Common Core State Standards

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Primary Audience: Middle School, High School
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Language: English
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  • Editor Review avg:3 stars
  • User Rating4.25
                                                                            
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Avatar for Amanda Armstrong
1 year ago

Amanda Armstrong (Student)

The presentation was very informative.  The video example was helpful in illustrating the information so teachers can design a lesson plan.  It was easy to navigate through the information.   It was clearly presented and I understood the objective of the lesson.  It also connected to Common Core, which would be helpful to many educators.

It would have been helpful to see more UDL principles integrating with the materials.  There was a lot of reading.  It would have been useful to have some information presented in visuals.  Also, there could be a way to get back to the home screen on each of the slides.


Avatar for Corbin Brown
1 year ago

Corbin Brown (Teacher (K-12))

Great presentation the layout of the slides was great.  The integration of the videos was very helpful with the description of literacy use in the Common Core.  The video of the 8th grade classroom I couldn't see the clip but I could hear the conversation.  However, just hearing the conversation was nice because it allowed me to focus on the literacy and not get distracted with what was being filmed.


Avatar for Corbin Brown
1 year ago

Corbin Brown (Teacher (K-12))

These are great tools to use for presentations, I have used google presentation before and I think slidesnack would be a great addition to a classroom.  I like the fact that you offer two options for students to go through the presentation, either on their own or watching a screencsat.  Very well presented.

Corbin


Avatar for Sophia Borden
1 year ago

Sophia Borden (Student)

Hi Melissa!  First of all, I like how you clearly explained much of the material on your StAIR presentation.  I did have trouble with the videos like our other group members are mentioning.  I think this is just a problem that many people have problems with when using PowerPoint because I had the same issue which caused me to switch to using a website instead.  The text of the first slide also seems to run off the screen a little bit too and I have a large monitor so I think it may be something to do with how it was created in PowerPoint.  Also, I like your presentation, but I was wondering if you could have made use of some other techniques like short quizzes or questions besides just the videos to help make it more engaging to students and to hold them more accountable to pay attention.

Time spent reviewing site: Went through the whole presentation.

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