Form: CEOI-ELA (ALL OBJECTIVES MUST BE DEMONSTRATED AT SOME POINT DURING INTERNSHIP, so interns must be made aware of those objectives that are not observed so that they may plan future lessons to include them.)

Owner: JSU Administration <jsuadmin>
Owner's Email: dherring@jsu.edu
Dataset: CEOI-ELA
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Semester/Year *
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Date: MM/DD/YYYY *
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Candidate's Name - (Last Name, First Name) *
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Candidate's ID# *
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Observer *
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Observer's Name - (Last Name, First Name) *
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Observation # *
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Subject/Grade Level *
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Promotes language acquisition and development. *
1 = Unacceptable; 2 = Basic; 3 = Proficient; 4 = Exceptional
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Not Observed
EDIT: Y, VIEW: N, REQR: Y
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Directs a variety of speech and theatre activities. *
1 = Unacceptable; 2 = Basic; 3 = Proficient; 4 = Exceptional
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Not Observed
EDIT: Y, VIEW: N, REQR: Y
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Teaches jounalism including how to produce magazine and newspaper layout; develops copy and/or story board for radio and television production; applies techniques of advertising, reporting, and editing; and uses current and emerging technology in the production of print and non-pring jounalism. *
1 = Unacceptable; 2 = Basic; 3 = Proficient; 4 = Exceptional
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Not Observed
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EDIT: Y, VIEW: N, REQR: Y
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Teaches standard American English while recognizing regional and ethnic dialects as expressions of cultural diversity. *
1 = Unacceptable; 2 = Basic; 3 = Proficient; 4 = Exceptional
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Not Observed
EDIT: Y, VIEW: N, REQR: Y
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Incorporates a variety of individual and group activities and multimedia/multisensory techniques in the teaching of oral and written communication. *
1 = Unacceptable; 2 = Basic; 3 = Proficient; 4 = Exceptional
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Not Observed
EDIT: Y, VIEW: N, REQR: Y
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Selects appropriate reading materials for students based on interests, abilities, and grade level and encourages student interest in reading for knowledge and pleasure. *
1 = Unacceptable; 2 = Basic; 3 = Proficient; 4 = Exceptional
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Not Observed
EDIT: Y, VIEW: N, REQR: Y
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Interrelates the teaching of listening, speaking, reading,a nd writing using a variety of instructional activities. *
1 = Unacceptable; 2 = Basic; 3 = Proficient; 4 = Exceptional
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Not Observed
EDIT: Y, VIEW: N, REQR: Y
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Uses group interaction for collaboarative learning in the language arts (e.g., discussion, debate, creative problem-solving, composition, drama, reading, improvisation. *
1 = Unacceptable; 2 = Basic; 3 = Proficient; 4 = Exceptional
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Not Observed
EDIT: Y, VIEW: N, REQR: Y
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Teaches students to explore and relate personal experiences and develop interpretations. *
1 = Unacceptable; 2 = Basic; 3 = Proficient; 4 = Exceptional
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Not Observed
EDIT: Y, VIEW: N, REQR: Y
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Teaches students to identify facts, implications, assumptions, inferences, and judgements in both spoken and written discourse. *
1 = Unacceptable; 2 = Basic; 3 = Proficient; 4 = Exceptional
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Not Observed
EDIT: Y, VIEW: N, REQR: Y
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Teaches students to structure and expand ideas into coherent writing. *
1 = Unacceptable; 2 = Basic; 3 = Proficient; 4 = Exceptional
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Not Observed
EDIT: Y, VIEW: N, REQR: Y
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Teaches the writing process including the stages of prewriting, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing. *
1 = Unacceptable; 2 = Basic; 3 = Proficient; 4 = Exceptional
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Not Observed
EDIT: Y, VIEW: N, REQR: Y
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Uses peer and teacher conferencing and rubric assessment to help students edit and revise their writing. *
1 = Unacceptable; 2 = Basic; 3 = Proficient; 4 = Exceptional
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Not Observed
EDIT: Y, VIEW: N, REQR: Y
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Teaches students to apply discipline-specific reading and writing strategies in all content areas. *
1 = Unacceptable; 2 = Basic; 3 = Proficient; 4 = Exceptional
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Not Observed
EDIT: Y, VIEW: N, REQR: Y
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Selects appropriate research-based strategies and materials to meet the needs of struggling readers. *
1 = Unacceptable; 2 = Basic; 3 = Proficient; 4 = Exceptional
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Not Observed