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Day 3

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Essential question: How do supporting sentences within a paragraph relate to a topic sentence?

 

Instructions: Review outliner when completing this module, specifically the MEAL plan and paragraph coherency. 

 

Activity:

 

  • Choose one of your body paragraphs and begin developing the MEAL plan around a main idea (topic sentence).

  • As you develop your body paragraph, share your progress with a colleague by identifying the types of supporting sentences (think MEAL plan, organizational structure, discursive writing, etc.).  This can be done either synchronously or asynchronously. 

 

 

Teacher reflection

  • What does it mean to be accessible to your students?  Is there a downside to being accessible?
  • How do you provide feedback (assessment) so not to discourage learners?
  • Do you primarily give feedback in class or outside of class?  Why?  How would the learning design be affected if you switched how you primarily give feedback for the other.  For example, if you primarily give feedback in class, how would the learning design change if you primarily gave feedback outside of class? 

 

Feedback 

 

Recorded Session

 


Comments (9)

Benjamin L. Stewart, PhD said

at 10:54 am on Jan 13, 2016

Refer to the graph from the second slide above and reflect on the most relevant and practical aspects of feedback that are applicable to your own teaching practice. Add a comment to this page and include the top five aspects that appear in the gray boxes that you feel are most relevant and practical in your current teaching context.

Tonio said

at 12:01 pm on Jan 13, 2016

Formative, dynamic, internal expert, peer internal, synchronous, online and positive.

Yanahalti said

at 12:05 pm on Jan 13, 2016

Feedback is dynamic, self, peer, expert, synchronous and positive.

Wendy M said

at 12:06 pm on Jan 13, 2016

Internal expert, dynamic, positive, model and even negative sometimes

Losh said

at 12:37 pm on Jan 13, 2016

Internal expert, synchronous, dynamic, formative, positive

Luis said

at 1:14 pm on Jan 13, 2016

Asynchronious, positive, formative, expert, and model.

Mariesther Lemus said

at 1:35 pm on Jan 13, 2016

My last theoretical subject: Expert, asynchronous, formative, dynamic, model, on line

My last practical subject: Self, peer, expert, kind of synchronous, dynamic, positive, negative, of line

LOLIS said

at 12:53 pm on Jan 15, 2016

Feedback is positive, peer internal, dynamic, synchronous.

Geras said

at 9:40 am on Jan 20, 2016

Feedback is peer interntal, synchronous, formative, dynamic and it has to be positive.

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