prediction of success for students in teacher education

by Lycia O. Martin

Publisher: Teachers college, Columbia university in New York

Written in English
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Bibliography: p. 97.

Statementby Lycia O. Martin, ED. D.
LC ClassificationsLB1731 .M37
The Physical Object
Pagination1 p. l., v-viii p. 1 l., 110 p.
Number of Pages110
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LC Control Number45005569

Reform in Teacher Education. In the case of Piaget, many predictions derived from his theory were wrong, including the prediction about young children’s limited ability to think abstractly. Teachers guided by Piagetian theory, rather than by direct observation of children’s success in learning, will underestimate what young students. Reciprocal teaching refers to an instructional activity in which students become the teacher in small group reading sessions. Teachers model, then help students learn to guide group discussions using four strategies: summarizing, question generating, clarifying, and predicting. Once students have learned the strategies, they take turns assuming the role of teacher in . Elementary Level Reading Comprehension Activities As they read the book, they check if their prediction is correct. Pre-reading strategies connect children to the passages, thus ensuring they are more engaged during the reading. She has worked as an English as a Foreign/Second Language teacher for 12 years. Photo Credits. Get your students guessing with this passage prediction template. Pair with words from a text (whether novel, short story or informational piece) in order to get them to come up with their own predictions for a text. Students must place the words you provide in .

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