Teacher Candidates

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Teacher Candidates

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Teacher Candidates Teaching Methods and Strategies

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In each carefully designed field experience, Jenifer taught the candidates particular strategies for teaching writing and multimedia composing that were relevant to the context. Jenifer provided scaffolds for the teacher candidates’ instruction by modeling strategies, suggesting activities, and demonstrating graphic organizers. Then the teacher candidates worked in pairs to apply what they learned by teaching a small group of 4-6 students. As the candidates worked with the students, Jenifer circulated among the groups and provided specific feedback and just-in-time coaching.

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University of South Florida
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University of South Florida
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I17-00023 ( USFLDC DOI )
i17.23 ( USFLDC Handle )

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Elementary Education Majors Teacher Candidates Special Education Majors Worked in Pairs Worked with Small Groups Taught Writing Taught Digital & Disciplinary Literacies

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Team # __________________ Names ____________________________________________ WRITTEN TEXT OR FILM SCRIPT/PRODUCT (CIRCLE ONE) ST EF DV EM NY Ideas (25 points) Ideas (25 points) Ideas (25 points) Ideas (25 points) Ideas (25 points) Ideas (25 points) Includes major information about the topic Information is accurate Information is interesting, original, & memorable Audience questions are anticipated & answered Organization (20 points) Organization (20 points) Organization (20 points) Organization (20 points) Organization (20 points) Organization (20 points) Bite: Interesting introduction captures attention Body: Mighty middle develops the topic Tail: Ending summarizes major points Thoughtful Transitions connect major ideas Perfect Pacing keeps audience's attention Voice (10 points) Voice (10 points) Voice (10 points) Voice (10 points) Voice (10 points) Voice (10 points) Tone is appropriate for the purpose and audience Message shows the audience why the information is important Word Choice (10 points) Word Choice (10 points) Word Choice (10 points) Word Choice (10 points) Word Choice (10 points) Word Choice (10 points) Words and phrases help the audience remember/visualize the content Language and phrasing are natural and effective Technical terms are dened/explained in context Sentence Fluency (10 points) Sentence Fluency (10 points) Sentence Fluency (10 points) Sentence Fluency (10 points) Sentence Fluency (10 points) Sentence Fluency (10 points) Sentences vary in length and structure Sentences create opportunities for expressive reading Dialogue is natural and authentic to the context Conventions (10 points) Conventions (10 points) Conventions (10 points) Conventions (10 points) Conventions (10 points) Conventions (10 points) Spelling/Grammar/Capitals/Punctuation in text/materials are accurate Grammar in oral language is accurate Use this page to assess the written text as well as the lm script/product. (Page 1 of 2) Use this page to assess the written text as well as the lm script/product. (Page 1 of 2) Use this page to assess the written text as well as the lm script/product. (Page 1 of 2) Use this page to assess the written text as well as the lm script/product. (Page 1 of 2) Use this page to assess the written text as well as the lm script/product. (Page 1 of 2) Use this page to assess the written text as well as the lm script/product. (Page 1 of 2) Sustainability Responsibility Possibility Project Grant Writing/Filmmaking Rubric Key ST= Strong EF= Effective DV= Developing EM= Emerging NY= Not Yet Built Teams Used Graphic Organizers Modeled Writing Co-Composed Assessed Products & Processes Teaching Strategies Planned & Prepared

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Schneider, J.J. (2016). Analyzing student-made lms: Teacher Candidates, Teaching Strategies. Retrieved from Multimodal Data Analysis: A Curated, Open-Access Collection of Methodologies. USF Libraries Digital Collections http://digital.lib.usf.edu/


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