There are two Syllabus pleas each Syllabus write on separated paper.
SIP 1: CURRENT LITERACY AND MULTI-LITERACY PRACTICES .
You must respond and articulate an answer to both A and B in order to receive full credit for this assignment with emphasis on Question B. You must also and tie in your remarks specifically with our course readings, class work and discussions; any reflection without references to what we are learning in class may not be scored higher than 7/10
A) Describe the current literacy and multi-literacy practices in your classroom. NOTE: If you do not currently include any
literacy practices, explain why you do not AND how your see your role/responsibility in regards to supporting students’
[if ! support Lists]- B) [endif]In your opinion, what is your most promising practice in literacy instruction? NOTE: If you
do not include any literacy practices in your current practices, then describe what you think are the best practices you?v e
ever observed (or heard about) that others are using.
SIP 2: ORAL LANGUAGE OR PHONEMIC AWARENESS OR PHONICS KNOWLEDGE .
You must address both parts of this question (A and B) in order to receive full credit with emphasis on Question B. You must also and tie in your remarks specifically with our course readings, class work and discussions; any reflection without
references to what we are learning in class may not be scored higher than 7/10. NOTE: BE SURE YOU DO NOT DISCUSS VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT OR STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF WORDS THIS WEEK. THAT IS THE TOPIC FOR NEXT WEEK.
A) Please describe in what ways your instructional practice addresses one of the following: EITHER oral language development OR phonemic awareness OR phonics. Choose the one that is appropriate to your classroom. If you work in middle or upper grades, you would not discuss phonemic awareness or phonics, of course, but oral language development is appropriate at all grade levels.
B) How will you improve, change, add to or in some way enhance the way you now address either phonemic awareness OR phonics OR oral language development. If you teach in a content area (e.g., math, social studies, science, etc.), there are always ways that you can reinforce students? literacy development, so be sure to think outside the box.