Key Competencies from Thailand Basic Education Core Curriculum Ajarn Cheleosri Multiliteracy is a part of the Thai Basic Education Core Curriculum!
Critical Reading What is Critical Reading? Why is it important in the Online Environment?
Developing Critical Reading Skills Critical Thinking (HOTS) Skills Applied to Reading Skills How is critical reading different from simple reading?
Practice Obamacare Supreme Court Decision June 2012 What do you already know about this? Chat with a partner. Use worksheet #1.
Reading from Bangkok Post Read Discuss with a partner What questions do you have about the article? We will hear 1 or 2 questions from each site. This is a practice in critical reading.
What does Critical Reading demand? Talk with a partner. Sharing from each site.
Five Myths about Obamacare Refer to Obamacare Worksheet #2
Reflections and Feedback Any further thoughts on what Critical Reading demands that we do? What implications does this have for your work with Multiliteracy and your students?
Assessment in Online Work What makes assessment difficult in online work? Share with a partner Reflections from each site
Some issues... Plagiarism Sharing assignments/copying Depth and perspective Other “typical” issues with assessment
Some resolutions Assignments are joint/shared and submitted as a pair or group Students must submit web resources; teachers check out the resources and talk to students early about possible plagiarism
Online Resources are Available http://www.plagiarismchecker.com/
Assignment for Session #5 Send to Shei Sanchez: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Examples of student work using critical reading skills.
Thank you Next Session is Friday, August 10. See you then!