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					      Welcome to

  "Enrich Exit Project
Writing with Technology"
     (Middle School)

      ELA Institute
               How to Register
•   Go to Protraxx at http://pd.nycoit.org
•   Select NYC Dept. of Education Online Catalog
•   Enter Username & Password (or get reminder)
•   Enter Department Instructional Technology
•   Enter Course Title: Enhancing Exit Projects …
•   Click Enroll Now
Goals of the
  3-Day

ELA Institutes
  Enrich Exit Project Writing with Technology in the
                    Middle School


Audience:   M. S. ELA, Social Studies & Tech Teachers

Location:   Court Square, Long Island City

Date & Time:      11/6, 12/4, 12/18 from 9AM to 3PM
                        Class Overview

•Writing teachers will discover how to support their students in using
technology to enhance the writing component of exit projects.
•Participants explore the stages of the writing process and learn how
Internet tools and advanced word processing features can support
collecting ideas and selecting topics to capture in an electronic
writer’s notebook. The class culminates with participants celebrating
writing using a collaborative online tool to publish their work.
•Participants also learn how to enhance the delivery and receipt of
instruction using SmartBoard tools specifically designed for Literacy
teachers.
•Upon completion of this class participants will create and digitally
publish a literacy lesson they will use in their practice using their
newly acquired 21st Century skills.
This professional development is aligned to the
National Educational Technology standards, The
New York State Literacy standards and the National
Staff Development Council standards and can be
used in conjunction with any literacy program.
This professional development is aligned to the
National Educational Technology standards, The
New York State Literacy standards and the National
Staff Development Council standards and can be
used in conjunction with any English program.
    Three Sessions Overview
Session 1: Participants will identify and explore
      digital tools to enhance the research
      and writing processes.

Session 2: Participants will explore Interactive
      Whiteboards features specifically
      designed for ELA educators to enhance
      the delivery and receipt of instruction.

Session 3: Participants will create and digitally
      publish a Project Plan for an ELA
      Exit Project that incorporates newly acquired
      21st Century skills.
               The Six Slide Lesson
The 6-slide lesson allows us to structure an interactive, SMART board lesson that fits within
one 45-minute period.

It follows the Columbia University Teacher's College "Workshop" model for lesson plans.

Brief Introduction: 5 minutes
Group work: 30 minutes
Share: 10 minutes

Slide #1: Teaching Point, Teacher's name and Date
         Introduce the lesson verbally with this slide projected.

Slide #2: Create a graphic organizer (Venn diagram, KWL)

Slide #3: Vocabulary- Always introduce new vocabulary. It's required for ELL students and
works real well with General Ed. students.

Slide #4: Interactive, multimedia slide.

Slide #5: Writing Journal

Slide #6: Conclusion and homework
Who   What   Why   Where   When
What We Know   What We Want to Know   What I Learned

				
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