If you think the greatest pleasure in programming comes from getting a lot done with code that simply and clearly expresses your intention, then programming in Common Lisp is likely to be about the most fun you can have with a computer. You'll get more done, faster, using it than you would using pretty much any other language. That's a bold claim. Can I justify it?
One of the ways to start practicing this strategy is by breaking up the assignment chapter by chapter. Teachers can help students do this by writing a chapter summary template, which the students can use as a basis to write their own summaries. This is just so the teacher can write a summary of a chapter as an example.
Once students get comfortable with the process, they can choose their own book to write a chapter summary.
Teachers should choose a book that they have read out loud several times to the entire class. The book should be accessible for all abilities in the classroom. Materials Required and Teaching Methods In order to write a chapter summary template, the teacher must have all the materials available.
Next, the teacher can go ahead and teach by using the "I do, we do, you do" model.
At first, the students should be sitting at their desks or on the rug in front of the teacher. This is the "I do" part. The teacher should have an easel with paper or a board they can write on, along with markers.
They should have the book that the summary template will be based on, as well as a large version of a story map, so the students can see what it looks like. After demonstrating to the students how to write the chapter summary, students can go back to their desks and copy what the teacher is doing using paper and a pencil.
This is the "We do" part. Afterwards, the students can try to write their own chapter summary using the template the teacher provides. The teacher may decide to have a copy of the template written on regular paper that can be handed out so that the students can simply fill it out. This is the "You do" part.
Then, the teacher should introduce students to the concept of a story map. However, students should be familiar with how to fill out a story map already. A story map can help students visualize the setting of the chapter, the characters, the main idea and most importantly, the plot summary.
The plot summary section should have "First, Next, Then, Last" which guides students into sequencing the events of the chapter in order.
The chapter was called name of the chapter or chapter number and the characters in this chapter were name characters. I think that in the next chapter make a short prediction of what students think will happen.
I thought that this chapter was very use an adjective to describe feelings about the chapter. This way, students have a summary of a chapter example they can always use as a reference.
Tip Provide specific summary templates, as well as examples of summaries, for the different types of literature that your students will be writing, such as fiction, poetry, scholarly book, biography or pop culture.
Warning Explain to students that the template is to be used to help them get started in their summaries, but that after they have a working draft, they should move to make the summaries their own by adding information or changing sentence structure.
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In the questionnaire that was sent out, the spaces above the lines were blank, to be used by the respondent to check or insert a number. In questions 1, 2, and 3 of Figure 1, the numbers on the lines are the numbers of respondents that checked that choice. The quality of your book chapter review strongly depends on the effort you put into writing.
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