Lesson 3: Using literacy strategies for student learning

From KNILT

Target objectives

The learners will:

  • Understand how literacy strategies can be used for student learning
  • Complete two literacy strategies for learning
  • Create one literacy strategies to promote student learning

Activities

Activity #1(Pre)

  • Go to the Padlet.com page listed below click anywhere and leave a one sentence comment concerning your thoughts about literacy in everyday science classrooms

Science Literacy Strategies Padlet

  • This would be similar to using Post-It Note comment boards in the classroom
Gets students thinking about the topic
See and compare ideas quickly
100% participation
By Alan Stanton


Activity #2(Mid)
1)Watch the video about creating Concept Maps

Looking at Concept Mapping

2)Create a concept map about the video, re-watching it, pausing, and rewinding maybe helpful

Activity #3(Post)
Create your own Literacy Strategy for student learning

  • It should help the students make sense of what they are, seeing, hearing or reading
  • Involves reading, writing, or deeper thinking
  • Helps students answer questions raised in the beginning of the lesson
  • Should correlate with your previously created Literacy Strategies

Hint: Graphic organizers and note taking aids are a good place to start

















Next

Lesson 4: Using literacy strategies for post-learning or assessment

Links

Integrating Literacy Strategies in the Science Classroom Home page

Lesson 1: The benefits of literacy in the science classroom
Lesson 2: Using literacy strategies for pre-learning
Lesson 3: Using literacy strategies for student learning
Lesson 4: Using literacy strategies for post-learning or assessment

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