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7. Interdisciplinarity and integration

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

NCTE Standard 2.5, 2.6

Candidate shows a lack of understanding of how the ELA curriculum, teachers, students, and education in general are influenced by culture, social events, and issues. Candidate demonstrates little evidence of promoting the arts and humanities in the learning of their students.

Candidate shows some ability to assist students in making meaningful connections between the ELA curriculum and developments in culture, society, and education. Candidate shows some ability to engage students in activities that demonstrate the role of arts and humanities in learning.

Candidate frequently assists students in making meaningful connections between the ELA curriculum and developments in culture, society, and education.

Candidate frequently engages students in activities that demonstrate the role of arts and humanities in learning.

Candidate consistently assists students in making meaningful and creative connections between the ELA curriculum and developments in culture, society, and education.

Candidate plans and carries out frequent and extended learning experiences that integrate arts and humanities into daily learning.

Notations

Midterm:

Final:

8. Print and nonprint media and technology

COE 6.5

NCTE Standard 3.6.1, 3.6.2, 3.6.3, 4.6

Candidate exhibits a lack of understanding of media’s influence on constructions of a text’s meaning, shows no ability to construct meaning from media and nonprint texts, and demonstrates limited knowledge of how to incorporate technology and print/nonprint media into instruction. Candidate shows limited ability to enable students to respond critically to different media and communications technologies.

Candidate shows little understanding of media’s influence on constructions of a text’s meaning, shows little ability to construct meaning from media and nonprint texts, and to assist students in learning these processes; seldom incorporates technology and print/nonprint media into their own work and instruction. Candidate seldom engages students in critical analysis of different media and communications technologies.

Candidate understands how media can influence constructions of a text’s meaning, shows an ability to construct meaning from media and nonprint texts, and to assist students in learning these processes. Candidate frequently incorporates technology and print/nonprint media into instruction and frequently engages students in critical analysis of different media and communications technologies.

Candidate understands media’s influence on people’s actions and communication, and that knowledge is reflected in candidate’s instruction, by teaching students to construct meaning from media and nonprint texts; helping students compose and respond to film, video, graphic, photographic, audio and multimedia texts; using current technology to enhance students’ learning; and engaging students in critical analysis of different media and communications technologies.

Notations

Midterm:

Final:

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