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Are specific to the person, situation, or ideas

Knowledge build and reflection is a process in which we read, discuss, ask questions and build our understanding around course readings. During class you will participate in processes that allow for the class to be actively engaged in conversation around various readings/articles, posing and answering questions in order to explore and create new knowledge within the community.
Topic for Knowledge Build and Reflection:
Disciplinary Literacy
Course Outcomes:
This course is designed to prepare pre-service teachers for Interim Professional Certification by Alberta Education. Competencies included in the Alberta Teaching Quality Standard
develop an understanding of the discipline and content knowledge of the English Language Arts (3a; 4g)
develop and maintain an awareness of relevant technologies and professional resources to inform pedagogical practice (2f; 3a)
Assessment Process:
You will select and examine an article of your choice (based on the topic listed above) to bring into your reflection.
You will hand in a write up that consists of the following headings:
Summary of Reading,
Connections to the Reading (what key pieces of information or ideas came forward from the reading that you feel enhanced or contributed to your understanding of the topic?),
Focus Question and Rationale
Be sure that your sources are cited correctly. Refer to the Library Guide.
Critical Thinking is the ability to:
Analyze information – create an appraisal based on information provided
Make an evaluation in order to form a judgment
Make connections beyond a general statement with evidence to support the connection or idea made
Reflection of what to believe or do to improve one’s process of thinking (what I thought to what I think now)
Criteria of Quality Questions:
Gives you lots of information
Are specific to the person, situation, or ideas
Are open ended; cannot be answered by yes or no
Are usually not easy to answer
15% of the Final Grade

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(i have provided my classroom design for you to follow in your write up.

You will get to design your own classroom space. In some fashion, create a model of what you would like to see in your own classroom. (ex. Seating arrangement, what’s on the walls, etc.) Don’t forget that this should be grounded in research. There should be effective evidence for what you are choosing and why.
(I have provided my classroom design for you to follow in your write up. however, if there is something that needs to be added I can add it to the design once it is finished just so you have it to research and please include sources as it needs to show why for example “collaboration group work tables” (which i put in design) benefit middle school students)

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Write a minimum 350-word paper in which you address the following:

Write a minimum 350-word paper in which you address the following:
Provide a detailed definition of what diversity means to you. Consider general aspects of what diversity entails as well as specific elements of diversity found in educational settings.
Support your ideas with evidence and information from outside sources.

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History of hbcus ?paragraph 1

THESIS & OUTLINE
Percentage of Grade: 5%
Description: Each group will submit one paragraph (5-7 sentences) that serves as the thesis statement of the topic addressed in the final project. The thesis statement should clearly state the argument, why examining the topic is important, the guiding research or exploratory question, and the evidence used to prove the claim. The outline should be at least one page in length (double-spaced) and use a multilevel list to discuss the different sections of the paper. Using a guiding thesis statement at the beginning of each section is encouraged.
Consider the outline a working publish and roadmap of the podcast. Bring four printed copies to class for the peer workshop.
this my Thesis
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) were established in the 19th century with support from both White and Black communities. Unfortunately, within the Black community there have been gender gaps in access to higher education. While HBCUs were established to provide a space for Black Americans to gain higher education, in practice these colleges and universities have offered a support for student success which should be replicated in other institutions. With a critical lens, we will be exploring best practices that we can emulate from HBCUs across higher education. By exploring these practices we are highlighting the importance of maintaining a system of support for Black students in today’s institutions of higher education.
know with this infarmation ues the resours I give you ansewe this question
History of HBCUs ?Paragraph 1
Populists vs Elitists ?Paragraph 1
Lack of resources ?Paragraph 1
References
Brown, M. C., & Davis, J. E. (2001). The historically Black college as social contract, social capital, and social equalizer. Peabody Journal of Education, 76(1), 31-49.
https://doi.org/10.1207/S15327930PJE7601_03
Dixon, J. H. (2021, February 8). How America’s HBCUs produced generations of black women leaders. smithsonianmag.com. Retrieved September 18, 2022, from https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smithsonian-institution/how-americas-hbcus-produced-generations-black-women-leaders-180976885/
Margo, R.A. (1990). The impact of separate but equal. University of Chicago Press, 68-86. http://www.nber.org/chapters/c8795
Martinez, A. Y. (2020). Counterstory: The rhetoric and writing of critical race theory. National Council of Teachers of English.

Messier, V.J., Williams, S.A., Hall, N., & Visueta, V. (2018). Evaluation of the umoja community. California State University, Sacramento: Institute for Social Research. https://umojacommunity.org/sites/default/files/Umoja%20Report%20Final.pdf
Perkins, L. (1997). The African American female elite: The early history of African American women in the seven sister colleges, 1880–1960. Harvard Educational Review, 67(4), 718-757.https://doi.org/10.17763/haer.67.4.136788875582630j
Plessy v. Ferguson. 163 U.S. 537 (1895). http://blackfreedom.proquest.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/plessy1.pdf
Proquest LLC. (n.d.). Black freedom struggle in the united states: Challenges and triumphs in the pursuit of equality. Retrieved on September 18, 2022, from https://blackfreedom.proquest.com/
Wilder, C. S. (2013). Ebony & ivy: Race, slavery, and the troubled history of America’s universities. Bloomsbury.
Witt, A. A., Wattenbarger, J. L., Gollattscheck, J. F., & Suppinger, J. E. (1994). America’s community colleges: The first century. Community College Press. https://shopaztecs.redshelf.com/app/ecom/book/975403

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Students will provide a brief description of each article and discuss how they would use the strategy in their own classroom (english language class).

Choose three research articles (out of the four provided) discussing a strategy used in an inclusive classroom setting. The strategy could be used in a single subject, across subjects, or any part of the school day (math, reading groups, classroom management, etc.). Students will provide a brief description of each article and discuss how they would use the strategy in their own classroom (English Language class). Include in-text citations when describing information from the articles, and each in-text citation must be listed in the references.

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What activities can be woven into a class unit that might encourage poetry, painting, performing as in a reader’s theater or role play, or in a musical way.

TPE 4.7 discusses the importance of planning instruction that promotes a range of communication strategies between student-teacher and student-student that encourage student participation, and TPE 1.7 relates to the importance of incorporating the Visual and Performing Arts into the classroom curriculum. How do these to TPEs set the stage for an active and participative environment where children are encouraged to communicate orally and in other modalities that might include the visual and performing arts. What activities can be woven into a class unit that might encourage poetry, painting, performing as in a reader’s theater or role play, or in a musical way. Does that charge seem too difficult or can you determine ways to be comfortable and encouraging with the charge?

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Your problem must come from a critical issue that must be addressed; otherwise, negative consequences will occur or continue.

Introduction on The Lack of Coping Skills with Students K-12. [Include any necessary background in your introduction to ensure the reader knows the essential concepts and literature needed to understand the study problem. The introduction will also include the background necessary to understand the study problem. State of the Problem (the lack of coping skills with students). Your problem must come from a critical issue that must be addressed; otherwise, negative consequences will occur or continue. In most cases, scholarly citations within the past 5 years are required to support the problem you will investigate. Do not exceed 250 words

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Research a specific social identity group that has been historically or currently marginalized or underrepresented.

Marginalized Populations
Autism in girls
Research a specific social identity group that has been historically or currently marginalized or underrepresented. Including the following information:
-a summary of research literature identifying barriers of access,
-equity and success for that group,
– and propose one or more actions/strategies counselors can take related to intervening with student academic performance
-student engagement,
-student discipline,
– school culture,
-family involvement,
– and other programmatic supports in the school for the purposes of providing equitable access for that specific group.

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As you reflect on your strategy for using the homs, what did it involve?

PLEASE MAKE SURE TO USE APA 7TH EDITION. Directions: After reading Chapters 5 and 6 from Wiggins and McTighe, please work on the following: 1. In what ways do overarching and topical understandings differ and how do they relate to the essential question(s)? (make sure you address intent and scope). 2. Go back to Stage 1 for the lesson unit developed (USE ATTACHED UBD LESSON UNIT WORD DOCUMENT – PROFESSOR FEEDBACK IS HIGHLIGHTED IN YELLOW AND BOLDED), and explain how you would change your essential question and understandings (Review what makes a question essential?) Make sure you provide a clear rationale on how your essential question(s) is/are being revised. You do not need to submit your stage 1, just your old essential question and the revised one together with your reflection/explanation. 3. Habits of Mind Please use the following questions as a guideline for reflective writing in your weekly assignments and discussions: 1. How might the HoM you selected serve you as you are working on this week’s readings? 2. As you reflect on your strategy for using the HoMs, what did it involve?

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Is two pages exactly like the two pages i posted that i need you to do for me.

I need you to watch a video of an infant 0 to 18 months and write a field work I will upload a sample of how it should look. thanks. and I will upload a reading also , please use citations and do not add from no other readings thanks. is two pages exactly like the two pages I posted that I need you to do for me. one page for observation, one page for interpretation one page for the synthesis. one page for the criteria