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Page history last edited by David Shutkin 7 years, 11 months ago

Schooling: Wrestling with History and Tradition: A Weblog Exercise

ED500 Foundations of Education

Professor Shutkin, Ph.D.

 

Explore this ancient paired study process:

  1. Work with a partner, a (new?) friend, a study buddy:
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    • What is in the text?
    • What is missing from the text?
    • What does[n’t] make sense?
    • What does the text teach?
    • What should the text teach?
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    • What is in the text?
    • What is missing from the text?
    • What does[n’t] make sense?
    • What does the text teach?
    • What should the text teach?
  • ·         Writing in the BlackBoard discussion forum environment,
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  1. Take turns reading the text aloud to each other.
  2. Read one line at a time. Before you go on to the next line, see if either of you has any ideas or questions that you might want to talk about.
  3. Your initial job is to encounter the text together with your partner.
  4. You and your partner together decide what to read, how much you read and what to focus your discussion on.
  5. As you read:
  6. Working independently, include at least one other text in your studying. Whether historical or contemporary, this text becomes part of your weblog as well. The process spirals and continues:
  7. Organizing /writing your weblog:
 

 

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