Curriculum Presentations. Students will choose an English Language Arts, non-Direct Instruction (DI) skills-based program/curriculum that you might use in your future classroom from among different publishing companies
(include a sample lesson within your presentation along with program specifics such as who it is for, grade levels, cost, alignment to Common Core State Standards [CCSS], research, what is taught and how it is taught, web-link, etc.],
The required number of slides is 12 (excluding cover and reference pages)
- Accurate and complete information is presented in a concise and logical sequence.
- Presentation included required number of slides (i.e., 12).
- Group member names and title of curriculum are included on the first slide.
- Page numbers appear on all slides of the presentation.
- Non-Direct Instruction program/curriculum was chosen with specific info including sample lesson, research, web-link provided, etc.
- Background and text complement each other.
- Easy to read and consistent throughout presentation
Graphics are appropriate and relate to content. Spell check has been utilized throughout presentation.Correct grammar is evident.I will give you example of what exactly what I want so will be easy for you to follow the subtitle that will be in the examplealso, I have the name of curriculum