May the Fours Be with You Revising Recorded Webinar for ELAR and Writing Teachers
May the Fours Be with You/The WRITE Prescription
Revising Recorded Zoom Webinar: This purchase includes computer readable and printable PDF files of handouts, links to lesson in 4 video recordings of approximately one hour each in length, and a link to our 2020-2021 ELAR DEAR DOC Writing Binder.
Adding/Removing/Replacing/Moving Content for ELAR/Writing Teachers
Modeling and Mentoring the Scaffolding Strategies of the Passage "A Video Game Control of a Different Type" MODELED AFTER THE 4TH GRADE 2018 REVISING PORTION OF THE TEST AND ITS DIFFICULTY LEVEL
WHO: This webinar would be most beneficial for 3rd-8th grade reading and writing teachers who have students struggling with revising the content of passages or teachers who are inexperienced and need a structure that works regardless of the difficulty level of the question or the ability level of the student.
TEkS SKILLS ARE INTENTIONALLY SCAFFOLDED IN FOUR SEPARATE VIDEOS BY DIFFICULTY LEVEL FROM LEAST TO GREATEST OF EACH QUESTION IN THE PASSAGE:
A: Based on Question #3 of 4th Grade 2018 Test (63% State Average Correct)
Removing a word that is too vague and replacing it with one that is specific to the content and context of the sentence and paragraph
B: Based on Question #7 of 4th Grade 2018 Test (61% State Average Correct)
Questions with the word "Revision": Changing the order or organization of the words in the sentence without repetition or changing the meaning/content
C: Modeled after Question #2 of 4th Grade 2018 Test (56% State Average)
Skill/TEKS: Transitioning from one sentence to the next using cause/effect, action/reaction, compare/contrast, conflict/resolution, or Something/Some More
D: Modeled after Question #5 of 4th Grade 2018 Test (62% State Average)
Skill/TEKS: Combining consecutive sentences without repeating, run-ons,, fragments, or changing the content/meaning
E: Modeled after Question # 1 of 4th Grade 2018 Test (40% State Average)
Skill/TEKS: Adding a detail/sentence to a paragraph that helps support its main idea/topic sentence
F: Modeled after Question #6 of 4t Grade 2018 Test (39% State Average)
Skill/TEKS: Removing a topic sentence for a paragraph that is too vague and replacing it with one that is more specific
G: Modeled after Question #8 of 4th Grade 2018 Test (56% State Average)
Skill/TEKS: Adding an appropriate closing sentence in the conclusion that brings the most effective closure to a passage
H: Modeled after Question #4 of 4th Grade 2018 Test (42% State Average)
Skill/TEKS: Adding a central/controlling idea to the introduction that is most effective for the entire passage
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