Faherty SPED 405-Instructional Video

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Published on November 18, 2019

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Story Mapping: Story Mapping By Shannon Faherty The Main Idea: The Main Idea A story map is a graphic organizer, specifically for a narrative text, that allows students to effectively organize, sequence, and examine the literary elements of a story Specifically, it allows students to focus on the characters, themes, conflict and resolution, sequence of events, summarization, and author’s perspective Provides a framework for monitoring student understanding of critical information How is it Used in the Classroom?: How is it Used in the Classroom? Utilized with narrative texts in an English Language Arts classroom Utilized to guide students to better understanding of a story Requires meaningful preparation and thoughtful instruction How is it Used in the Classroom?: How is it Used in the Classroom? Teacher’s Role Class Instruction Examples Examine and review the specific skills that you want students to learn. Create and provide a story map that focuses on this learning goal Goal: Students to learn about character development. Therefore, you provide the proper story map that outlines this idea Plan for whole-class instruction at the beginning of the lesson Chorally read the story map with students Highlight the purpose and instructions of the story map for students Model the thought process and completion behind a story map to students Guided practice: Students and teacher read the story together and complete map to identify the correct content for each literary element; take turns in locating information and pose questions to students Provide feedback Implement independent practice Goal: Students use story maps independently to monitor their understanding After adequate instruction and modeling of story-mapping, fade support Provide adequate time for students to complete story map; have them discuss with a partner Story Map Examples: Story Map Examples Extended Resources : Extended Resources Adolescent Literacy Website: http://www.adlit.org/strategies/22736/ Deeper look at the idea of story maps and the benefits they provide Specific steps for teachers with story maps Prompting Questions with story maps Examples Extended Resources: Extended Resources PDF: “Cooperative Story Mapping” Link: file:///Users/user/Desktop/Desktop%20-%20user%E2%80%99s%20MacBook%20Pro%20(2)/Cooperative%20Story%20Mapping%20.pdf Highlights the idea that learning is not an independent activity. Rather, students work best when in discussion with another Therefore, encourages student collaboration when completing story maps Includes examples of story maps Specific procedures and considerations for teachers Sources: Sources All About Adolescent Literacy. (2019). Retrieved from http:// www.adlit.org /strategies/22736/. Garwood, J. D., Ciullo , S., & Brunsting , N. (2017). Supporting Students With Emotional and Behavioral Disorders’ Comprehension and Reading Fluency. TEACHING Exceptional Children , 49 (6), 391–401. doi : 10.1177/0040059917707434 Mathes , P. G., Fuchs, D., & Fuchs, L. S. (1997). Cooperative Story Mapping.  Remedial and Special Education ,  18 (1), 20–27. doi : 10.1177/074193259701800105

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