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EPGY Stanford EPGY Stanford Language Arts & WritingLanguage Arts & Writing

Professional DevelopmentProfessional Development

EPGY Stanford

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What is LA&W Stanford’s Language Arts and Writing

Program is a web-based computer course that allows students to work on an individualized basis.

LA&W uses the same website and the same usernames and passwords that are currently being used with Stanford Math. This makes the transition relatively seamless for students.

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Who Will Use It?

Students needing Language Arts intervention, in grades 2 and up.

Students who have been identified by either formative assessment data (TCAP) or by their Classroom teacher as a Tier II or Tier III student.

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Priority of Use

Dr. SsGrades 2-6

Tier II Tier III

All Students

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Recommended Use

2 – 3 Sessions Per Week Each session is set at 20 minutes just like on Stanford Math.

Example: 2 sessions per week on the LA&W program would equal 40 minutes of total usage per week. This is not to take away from the 90 minutes a week in Math.

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Curriculum Overview

The course is intended for students who are reading at grade level in grades 2-6

Peer tutoring will come in handy if you have a student who is not reading on at least a 2nd grade level.

By default all students begin 1 grade level below their actual grade level. (Except 2nd grade) Grade Levels can be adjusted.

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Each New Concept begins with an Audio Lecture

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Course Motion Students demonstrating proficiency of a concept

move through the sets at a faster pace than those demonstrating a need for additional practice.

Students see fewer exercises when they answer exercises correctly on either of their first two attempts.

When students answer exercises incorrectly, the program presents them again at a later time.

This repetition is intentional.

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Course StrandsGrades 2-5 Parts of Speech - grammatical categories of English Sentence Structure – properties of English sentence structure and

written language conventions. (Complete Thoughts) Sentence Composition - guided sentence writing practice

incorporating parts of speech, sentence structure, and mechanics Paragraphs - paragraph structure and effective writing for different

types of paragraphs

Grade 6 Word Usage & Literary Devices - concepts of etymology (including

prefixes, suffixes, and word roots); plot structure, setting, mood, and figurative language

Mechanics – application of correct use of capitalization, commas, hyphen, colons, semicolons, dashes, parentheses and quotation marks

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Sample Exercise inParts of Speech Strand

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Sample Exercise in Paragraphs Strand

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Exercise in Sentence Structure Strand

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Sample Exercise in Sentence Composition Strand

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The Review Segment At the beginning of each session, the

program determines whether or not the student needs review.

The Review segment consists of exercises the student missed in the previous exercise sets.

This reinforcement allows additional practice on concepts of difficulty.

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Common Types of Exercises

IdentificationMultiple ChoiceSimple Fill-inComplex Fill-inSpellingSequence of EventsSentence Composition

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Example of Complex Fill-In Exercise

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Example of a Sequence-of-Events Exercise

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Progress Summary Report

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Session Calendar Report

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Cumulative Session and Individual Session Summary

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Concepts Summary Report

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Creative Ideas for Using Language Arts & Writing

Mini-lessons on problematic concepts.

Center Activity

Enrichment Opportunities

Peer Tutoring

Group Activities

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Conclusion We hope that you will encourage your teachers to use both of our.

Please feel free to call on us for any support you may need whether it is technical, or instructional