PLT Review Session: Preparing for Case Studies .


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PLT Review Session: Preparing for Case Studies!. Dr. Brian E. Harper. What exactly is the format of the Praxis PLT examination?. You will be asked to : complete 24 multiple choice questions that assess a beginning teacher’s knowledge of job-related skills and knowledge
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PLT Review Session: Preparing for Case Studies! Dr. Brian E. Harper

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What precisely is the configuration of the Praxis PLT examination? You will be asked to : finish 24 numerous decision addresses that survey a starting educator\'s learning of employment related aptitudes and information react to 4 contextual analyses Today we will concentrate looking into it considers!

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Case histories/studies Case 1 Case 2 Case 3 Case 4 CR 1 CR 2 CR 3 CR 1 CR 2 CR 3 CR 1 CR 2 CR 3 CR 1 CR 3 CR 2 List 2 Strategies List 2 Strategies List 2 Strategies List 2 Strategies List 2 Strategies List 2 Strategies List 2 Strategies List 2 Strategies List 2 Strategies List 2 Strategies List 2 Strategies List 2 Strategies CR = Constructed Response Question

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What content territories will the exam address? Understudies as Learner (approx. 35% of aggregate score) Student advancement and the learning procedure Students as different learners Student inspiration and the learning environment Instruction and Assessment (approx. 35%) Instructional systems Planning guideline Assessment methodologies

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What content regions will the exam address? Correspondence Techniques (approx. 15%) Effective verbal and nonverbal correspondence Cultural and sexual orientation contrasts Stimulating exchange and reactions in the classroom Teacher Professionalism (approx. 15%) The intelligent professional The ale group

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What will be relied upon of my reaction to the contextual analyses? Every contextual investigation reaction will be scored either 2, 1, or 0. To acquire a 2, you should: Provide a suitable answer all parts of the question Display comprehension and utilization of every single significant term, speculations and substance

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Okay, by what means would it be a good idea for me to time and compose my reactions? Timing: 5 minutes to peruse every case 5 minutes to compose every reaction to the question. 5 minutes (for every case) to investigate your three reactions and roll out any improvements

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Is there an equation to take after when composing contextual analysis reactions? For every contextual analysis reaction: PREPARE ! P aragraphs I will require R ephrase the question E ssential certainties from the case to incorporate P sychological hypothesis to reference A bsolutely clear understanding of that hypothesis RE state proposition

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Step 1: P aragraphs I will require Here you will choose what number of sections will be expected to answer the question. Every question mark (?) or part of a question requires its own particular section.

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Step 1: P aragraphs I will requirement For instance: How ought to Mr. Asaki react to Alicia and her remarks communicated in her written work? What ought to Mr. Asaki not do? Clarify you purposes behind replying as you did. You will require 2 sections to answer this question.

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Step 1: P aragraphs I will requirement For instance: Suppose that Ms. Kelly and the key are talking about viable classroom administration hones. Depict two methodologies that Ms. Kelly could use for her way to deal with classroom administration. Clarify why each of the procedures you suggest would be compelling. Construct your reply in light of sound standards of classroom administration . You will again require 2 passages to answer this question.

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Step 2: R ephrasing the question This permits us to make the proposition which gives the establishment to our answer It likewise ensures that you are reacting specifically to the question and not "meandering" or "riding the fence" (a typical issue understudies have with composing clear contextual investigation reactions)

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Step 2: R ephrasing the question For instance: How ought to Mr. Asaki react to Alicia and the remarks communicated in her written work? What ought to Mr. Asaki not do? Clarify you explanations behind replying as you did. Your first sentence for passage 1 could read: "Mr. Asaki ought to react to Alicia\'s remarks by counseling with his executive in regards to Alicia\'s article." Your first sentence for passage 2 could read: "Mr. Asaki ought to positively not disregard the thoughts communicated in Alicia\'s article."

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Step 2: R ephrasing the question For instance: Suppose that Ms. Kelly and the vital are talking about successful classroom administration rehearses. Depict two techniques that Ms. Kelly could use for her way to deal with classroom administration. Clarify why each of the procedures you suggest would be successful. Construct your reply with respect to sound standards of classroom administration . Section 1 could start with "One procedure that Ms. Kelly could use for her way to deal with classroom administration is demonstrate attractive classroom practices for her understudies." Paragraph 2 could start with "A second methodology Ms. Kelly could utilize is organization a token framework as a way to reward occurrences of good conduct."

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Step 3: E ssential Facts from the case to incorporate Now reference the particular part of the case that is important to your question. This is a key component that analysts will search for when they review your reactions.

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Step 3: E ssential certainties from the case to incorporate For instance: How ought to Mr. Asaki react to Alicia and the remarks communicated in her written work? What ought to Mr. Asaki not do? Clarify you purposes behind replying as you did. This sentence in section 1 could read: "Alicia has over and again communicated dreary musings and composed self-destructive articulations." This sentence in passage 2 could read: "For this task, Alicia particularly composed that she wished she had never been conceived and yearnings that she was dead."

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Step 3: E ssential Facts from the case to incorporate For instance: Suppose that Ms. Kelly and the vital are talking about viable classroom administration hones. Depict two procedures that Ms. Kelly could use for her way to deal with classroom administration. Clarify why each of the methodologies you prescribe would be compelling. Construct your reply in light of sound standards of classroom administration . This sentence in passage 1 could read: "Ms. Kelly is just in her fourth year of educating and obviously expresses that she needs to be an ace instructor." This sentence in passage 2 could read: "Ms. Kelly needs to underline suitable classroom conduct among her third grade understudies"

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Step 4: P sychological Theory to reference Now, present the mental hypothesis that educates your proposition Don\'t become involved with utilizing a bundle of language, however make it clear that you took an Ed psych class and learned something!

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Step 4: P sychological Theory to reference For instance: How ought to Mr. Asaki react to Alicia and the remarks communicated in her written work? What ought to Mr. Asaki not do? Clarify you purposes behind replying as you did. This sentence in passage 1 could read: "One of the key objectives of guideline is to make a warm, mindful classroom environment" This sentence in section 2 could read: "The law expresses that classroom instructors are required to report speculated mishandle, disregard, and at-hazard circumstances"

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Step 4: P sychological Theory to reference For instance: Suppose that Ms. Kelly and the main are examining compelling classroom administration rehearses. Depict two techniques that Ms. Kelly could use for her way to deal with classroom administration. Clarify why each of the methodologies you suggest would be viable. Construct your reply in light of sound standards of classroom administration . This sentence in passage 1 could read: "Mental research has demonstrated that displaying adequate prosocial practices is a viable approach to build up measures of classroom lead" This sentence in section 2 could read: "Skinner\'s origination of operant molding places that a reaction took after by a reinforcer will probably happen once more".

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Step 5: A bsolutely clear understanding of that hypothesis Here you will "separate" the hypothetical proclamation you simply made Your objective here is CLARITY and APPLICABILITY!!!

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Step 5: A bsolutely clear understanding of that hypothesis For instance: How ought to Mr. Asaki react to Alicia and the remarks communicated in her composition? What ought to Mr. Asaki not do? Clarify you explanations behind replying as you did. This sentence in passage 1 could read: "A portion of Mr. Asaki\'s part as an educator would include displaying a dynamic intrigue and sympathy toward his understudy\'s welfare" This sentence in section 2 could read: "In occurrences where an instructor presumes that an understudy is discouraged or potentially self-destructive, he or she should report those suspicions to the proper staff individuals"

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Step 5: A bsolutely clear understanding of that hypothesis For instance: Suppose that Ms. Kelly and the important are examining powerful classroom administration hones. Depict two techniques that Ms. Kelly could use for her way to deal with classroom administration. Clarify why each of the systems you prescribe would be powerful. Construct your reply with respect to sound standards of classroom administration . This sentence in passage 1 could read: "By demonstrating her understudies cases of suitable conduct as opposed to simply letting them know what is fitting, Ms. Kelly can be certain that her understudies comprehend her desires." This sentence in section 2 could read: "By remunerating great conduct, Ms. Kelly will urge understudies to reliably take after the guidelines of her classroom."

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Step 6: RE express your proposal "Second cut of bread" in the sandwich: you are restating the principal sentence of this passage This will shape the finish of every section

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Step 6: RE express your postulation For instance: How ought to Mr. Asaki react to Alicia and the remarks communicated in her written work? What ought to Mr. Asaki not do? Clarify you purposes behind replying as you did. Your last sentence for passage 1 could read: "In this way, Mr. Asaki is obviously committed to counsel a chairman with respect to the remarks Alicia communicated in her written work ." Your last sentence for section 2 could read: "Thus it would surely be inapp

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