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5. Discussion and language use

COE 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6

NCTE Standard 4.5, 4.7

Candidate shows no ability to engage students in meaningful discussions for the purposes of interpreting and evaluating ideas presented through oral, written, and/or visual forms.

Candidate demonstrates infrequent use of instruction that promotes understanding of varied uses and purposes for language in communication.

Candidate shows limited ability to engage students in meaningful discussions for the purposes of interpreting and evaluating ideas presented through oral, written, and/or visual forms. Candidate occasionally engages students in learning experiences that emphasize varied uses and purposes for language in communication.

Candidate frequently engages students in meaningful discussions for the purposes of interpreting and evaluating ideas presented through oral, written, and/or visual forms. Candidate frequently engages students in learning experiences that emphasize varied uses and purposes for language in communication.

Candidate assists students in discussion and dialogue by making explicit for all students the speech and related behaviors appropriate for conversing about ideas presented through oral, written, and/or visual forms. Candidate integrates throughout instruction opportunities for students to demonstrate their abilities to use language for a variety of purposes in communication.

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Midterm:

Final:

6. Response and reading instruction

COE 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6

NCTE Standard 4.8, 4.9

Candidate demonstrates poor ability to engage students in making meaning of texts through personal response.

Candidate demonstrates poor ability to assist students to select appropriate reading strategies that permit access to, and understanding of, a wide range of print and nonprint texts.

Candidate occasionally engages students in making meaning of texts through personal response. Candidate demonstrates that some students can select appropriate reading strategies that permit access to, and understanding of, a wide range of print and nonprint texts.

Candidate frequently engages students in making meaning of texts through personal response.

Candidate demonstrates that most students can select appropriate reading strategies that permit access to, and understanding of, a wide range of print and nonprint texts.

Candidate engages students in discovering personal responses to texts and ways to connect such responses to other larger meanings and critical stances. Candidate demonstrates flexible comprehension strategies for making and monitoring meaning in both print and nonprint texts and teaches a wide variety of such strategies to all students.

Notations

Midterm:

Final:

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