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Select at least one field experience from the Focused Field Experience Activity List:
FOCUSED FIELD EXPERIENCE ACTIVITY LIST
• Develop, administer, and grade a formative assessment one-on-one, for a small group, or for a whole class.* (InTASC 6)
• Develop, administer, and grade a summative assessment one-on-one, for a small group, or for a whole class.* (InTASC 6)
• Analyze assessment data and provide descriptive feedback one-on-one, to a small group, or to a whole class.* (InTASC 6)
• Engage with students one-on-one, in a small group, or in a whole class to analyze assessment results and set goals for learning.* (InTASC 6)
• Develop modified assessments for students with observable disabilities and/or language learning needs.* (Please do not request to see a student’s individual education plan). (InTASC 6)
• Develop, administer, and grade an assessment one-on-one, in a small group, or in a whole class that employs technology.* (InTASC 6)
Reflect upon your field experience choices in a 250-500-word summary.PART 2:
Using the grade level exemplar text from Appendix B and standards you selected in Topic 1, draft 25 questions. Five of the questions should activate prior knowledge. The remaining 20 questions should be based on the text, with five each that probe the four Depth of Knowledge levels. Include appropriate support and guidance for fostering academic language. Using four of the questions you drafted, complete the DOK Questions Table.PART 3:
Use the “Class Profile” and grade level text you selected in Topic 1 to complete this assignment. In 500-750 words, draft at least two learning activities to promote the practice of each of the effective reading comprehension strategies mentioned in the IES Practice Guide: Activating prior knowledge/predicting; questioning; visualizing; monitoring, clarifying and fix up; drawing inferences; and summarizing/retelling. Do not restate the examples provided by IES. http://ies.ed.gov/ncee/wwc/Doc…
Select one of your activities and include a 250-500 word rationale explaining why the activity will lead to or improve student achievement in reading comprehension and how it aligns to the assessments in Topic 1. Submit your completed lesson plan, with a focus on:
• Effective use of communication tools including verbal, nonverbal, and electronic media that create opportunities for active inquiry, collaboration, and supportive interaction
• Differentiated instructional activities that meet the diverse learning and languages needs of students
• Multiple forms of assessments that monitor understanding and development of students, throughout and at the end of the lesson, that are aligned to learning objectives and standards and can be modified to meet the diverse needs of students
Submit learning activities, rationale, and completed lesson plan as one deliverable.