|Click the play button on the player at the right to hear the introduction to Module 1:|
|1.1 Why TELL and Why Now?||We’ll begin with an overview of the TELL framework with attention given to its relevance to our work in this course.||Before 11:59 pm on Tuesday, June 16|
|1.2 Using TELL to Identify Your |
|In this introductory activity, we’ll use a Planning Self-assessment tool from the TELL Project to help you establish a basis for you journey in this course.||Before section 1.3|
|1.3 Integrating World Readiness Standards and 21st Century Skills||Where do language teaching and online teaching intersect? How do we meet the needs of 21st Century Language Learners? We’ll take a look at ACTFL’s World Readiness Standards and 21st Century Skills framework here as we look ahead to our synchronous teaching activities. |
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|1.4 A Lesson Planning Guide||In this section, we’ll explore the concept of the “lesson” in a synchronous, online environment. To guide our exploration, we’ll take a look at two key documents that will help us develop our peer micro teaching lesson as well as the final teaching activity with students as CSUSB.||Before 11:59 pm on Tuesday, June 16.|
|1.5 Learning Objectives versus Learning Targets||Continuing with our exploration of the backward design process, let’s take a closer look at Stage 1 of the process: “What should students know and be able to do?”||Before 11:59 pm on Wednesday, June 17. |
|1.6 Collaborating with Your Collaborative Learning Group (CLG)||Now that we’ve explored the ACTFL World Readiness Standards, the 21st Century Skills Maps, and the backward design process, let’s see if we can identify examples of these in a Think Aloud video from a previous participant in a CLASSroad STARTALK program.||Part 1: Before 11:59 pm on Tuesday, June 16.|
Part 2: Before 11:59 pm on Wednesday, June 17.
|1.7 Module 1 Formative Assessment||Once you’ve completed all sections of this module, you’ll check your understanding via this short quiz||Before 11:59 pm on Wednesday, June 17.|
Module 2 will be released at 8:00 am on Thursday, June 18 and will focus on the model teacher characteristic described in Planning 6a:
I set daily performance objectives that are focused on proficiency targets and are based on meaningful contexts.
Our next live, synchronous session will take place on Thursday, June 25 at 3:30 pm PT / 5:30 pm CT / 6:30 pm ET with Andrea Guillaume, Ph.D. who will speak to us on Assessment for Learning: A Growth Mindset Practice. Like all synchronous events, this is required.