Chapter 9  "Developmentally Appropriate Practice in the Primary Grades - Ages 6-8" Assignment
Developmentally Appropriate Practice
Copple and Bredekamp



See Part 2 Below
Sections for Assignments
in DAP Chapter 9
"Developmentally Appropriate Practice in the Primary Grades - Ages 6-8"
Examples to Consider
(Assignment Part 1 - Pages 290-307)

Directions for Groups: Each group will have two members. 
     *One group member will summarize the "developmentally appropriate" examples on their group's page and explan why a teacher should use each example as a model to use in their classroom. 
     *The other member will summarize the "in contrast" examples and explain why a teacher should not model his or her classroom from each of the "in contrast" examples. 
      * If your group's page has a "Comment" section (comment information in  gray text boxes), the group members can divide the information for each member to summarize half of the comment information in the gray text box.
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Groups members will present their information to class on Feb. 7.  
A. Page 290

Helen
Rhiannon
B. Page 291

Katrina R.
Jessica E.
C. Page 292

Misty
Flucas
D. Page 293 Lauren
Kimbyatta
E. Page 294

April
Kaitlin H.
F. Page 295

Ashley
Dani H.
G. Page 296

Yahshemah
Amesha
H. Page 297

Hannah
Angel
I. Page 298

Taylor
Samantha
J. Page 299

Cassie
Caitlyn S.
K. Page 300

Casey
Anna
L. Page 301

Shannon
Morgan
M. Page 302

Myesha
Dani S.
N. Page 303

Jenniffer
Sessceal
O. Page 304 Hilary 
Jordan W. 
P. Page 305 Jordan Kae
Jessica W.
Q. Page 306 Stephanie
Sarah
R. Page 307 Judd
Judd

Sections for Assignments
in DAP Chapter 9
"Developmentally Appropriate Practice in the Primary Grades - Ages 6-8"
Copple, C., & Bredekamp, S. (editors) (2009) (3rd ed.)
Washington, DC: National Association for the Education of Young Children.
Examples to Consider
(Assignment Part 2 - Pages 308-326)

Directions for Groups: Each group will have two members. 
     *One group member will summarize the "developmentally appropriate" examples on their group's page and explan why a teacher should use each example as a model to use in their classroom. 
     *Give examples of Developmentally Appropriate from your practicum classroom or from previous observations/experiences,
     *The other member will summarize the "in contrast" examples and explain why a teacher should not model his or her classroom from each of the "in contrast" examples. 
     *If your group's page has a "Comment" section (comment information in  gray text boxes), the group members can divide the information for each member to summarize half of the comment information in the gray text box.
     *Look back in Chapter 8 and find at least one fact of a primary age student that could be a factor in the material that you are presenting.  (For example: if my section to present was in the mathematics area, I could note that on page 273 it states that "...children in the primary grades generally develop a true understanding of measurement and mathematical problems.") 
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Groups members will present their information to class on Feb. 14.
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A. Page 308

Myesh
Flucas
B. Page 309

Casey
Samantha
C. Page 310

Taylor
Jordan Kae
D. Page 311

Angel
April
E. Page 312

Hannah
Misty
F. Page 313

Lauren
Cassie
G. Page 314

Katrina
Shannon
H. Page 315

Dani S.
Jenniffer
I. Page 316

Morgan
Sarah
J. Page 317

Jessica
Kim
K. Page 318

Kaitlin H.
Caitlyn S.
L. Page 319

Dani H.
Rhiannon
M. Page 320

Yashema
Stephanie
N. Page 321

Anna
Sessceal
O. Page 322

Jordan W.
Jessica
P. Page 323

Hilary
Amesha
Q. Page 324

Helen
Ashley
R. Page 325 &326
Judd
Judd