Essay on Curriculum Guide 100

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Preface

Purpose………………………………………………………...Page 3

Objective/Goals………………………………………..............Page 4

Teacher activities/Strategies and Student Activities..................Page 5-7

Differentiated …………………………………………………Page 8

Reference………………………………………………………Page 9

Purpose
The purpose of this curriculum guide is to A curriculum guide is provide goals, objectives, learning experience, instructional resources and assessments that is aligned with specific educational subject. In this curriculum guide it will be addressing English/ Language Arts for Elementary school. The guide will provide objectives, Goals, Teacher activities/Strategies Student Activities. Along with different goals and strategies that can help struggling students with Emotional/ Behavioral Disorders and disabilities.

English/Language Arts Objectives/ Goals

Students will be able to understand:

Retain the main idea of a story and participate in group discussion
Participate in small group literacy discussions, connect own experience with facts
Summarize a story plot, setting, and characters and able to respond to issues of literature as facts or story events
Write short stories past on the book they have read in class
Students will work together to make a short story presentation

Teacher activities/Strategies and students activities

It is very important that teachers find the right activities and strategies that will fit all students’ education needs. For teaching students in general education and special education, both teachers should work together and come up with activities and strategies that will fit in both general and special education. Also inclusion classroom that has special education and general students working within the same classroom. Below you will find activities and strategies that can be used to teach Elementary English/Language Arts.

1. Phonics Awareness
Small groups
Read aloud
Shared reading
Independent reading
Oral reading

2. Writing Workshop
Teacher will conduct mini lessons on a specific skill or concept (5-10 minutes)
Students will write while teacher confers with individual students (45-60 minutes)
Teacher will select students to share completed pieces or work-in-process with the whole group (10-15 minutes)
Students complete final edits and publish their work when they are finished

Structure for writing workshop

In order for the writing workshop to be affective is that it should be scheduled regularly for the students understand that they have a given amount of time to develop their writing pieces.
Writer’s notebook- gives students a place to be able to collect their thoughts, ideas, and questions.

Assessment for writing workshop is:
Teachers can assess their students by using Portfolios. Portfolios help teacher’s document students’ progress in their writing throughout the school year. “The portfolio should include a student's final published pieces as well as various drafts of some pieces to show the evolution of their work”.

3. Shared Writing – “is a writing strategy that enables the students to make the writing process concrete and visible to students. The teachers and students compose text together. With both contributing their thoughts and ideas to the progress, while the teacher acts as scribe, writing as it is composed” (). Within Shared Writing the students and the teachers will be…