Using the Parallel Curriculum Model in Urban Settings: Grades K-8
  • Using the Parallel Curriculum Model in Urban Settings: Grades K-8
  • Using the Parallel Curriculum Model in Urban Settings: Grades K-8

Using the Parallel Curriculum Model in Urban Settings: Grades K-8

by Sandra N. Kaplan
     
 

Featuring 16 field-tested lesson plans, this book presents a high-quality curriculum that helps urban youth develop key learning skills such as resiliency, self-motivation, and collaboration.See more details below

Overview

Featuring 16 field-tested lesson plans, this book presents a high-quality curriculum that helps urban youth develop key learning skills such as resiliency, self-motivation, and collaboration.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781412972192
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
09/29/2009
Pages:
113
Product dimensions:
8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.50(d)

Table of Contents

Preface: Bridging the Gap
Acknowledgments
About the Authors
Introduction: The Purposes of the Parallel Curriculum Model
Multiple Applications and the Parallel Curriculum Model
Flexibility of the Parallel Curriculum Model
Structure of the Parallel Curriculum Model
Responding to Student Diversity With Curriculum Diversity
Urban Classroom Dynamics
Developing an Academic Skill Set
Introduction to the PCM Focus Lessons
Lesson Plan Format
Implementing the Lesson Plan
Lesson Plan Scheduling
Depth and Complexity
1. Scholarly Dispositions
Lesson A: Developing an Interest (I)
Lesson B: Developing an Interest (II)
Lesson C: Developing Tenacity
Lesson D: Determining Relevance
Lesson E: Confronting Failure
Lesson F: Intellectual Strengths
Lesson G: Receptivity to Experience
2. Participation Skills
Lesson A: Questioning
Lesson B: Asking for Clarification
Lesson C: Restating
Lesson D: Acknowledging Peers
3. Self-Advocacy
Lesson A: Establishing a Voice
Lesson B: Building Confidence
Lesson C: Establishing an Identity
Lesson D: Multiple Group Membership
4. Presentation Skills
Lesson A: Talking Steps
Lesson B: Ways to Say It
Lesson C: Engaging the Audience
Lesson D: Staying on Target
Appendix A: Designing Curriculum Using the Parallel Curriculum Model
Appendix B: Teaching the Prompts of Depth and Complexity
References
Index

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