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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 POST TESTS CLASSROOM DAILY PROCEDURES REFLECTIONS QUIZZES & HOMEWORK PRETEST Reflections are very importantto the NAPE process. Theyhelp the student reflect backon how they did on their NAPEwork and how those activitiesthat were done relate to thestandards. The students are todo a reflection on day 5 andday 10. The Nape process day by dayincludes many steps. Each cycleis 10 days long and each day hasa specific activity. For example,days 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, & 8 are NAPEwork days. On these days,student are to work only on theirNAPE work. The post tests tell what thestudent has learned fromtheir NAPE work. It has questionson all the information that thestudents should have learnedfrom their NAPE activities.This test is given at the endof the 10 day cycle. Quizzes are given on days4 & 8. They are on thevocabulary and DGP.Homework is given everysingle day. It is called DRP.DRP stands for Daily Reading Practice. Each student isrequired to read either agiven reading or their ownfor 20-30 minutes. NAPE HOW DOES IT WORK? WHICH LEVEL AM I? The pretest tells whichNAPE level the studentis in. The student is putin a NAPE level basedon how many questionsthey missed on thepretest for the questionsthat correspond with thespecific standards. by ginny marbut Each student is put into a level,either Novice, Apprentice, Practitioner, or Expert. Each levelhas specific activities. The activitiesget harder as you move up the levels.For example, the activities at theExpert level are going to be wayharder than the Novice activities. CLASSROOM DAILY PRCEDURES Some more classroomprocedures include settinggoals for themselves. These goals are to be written on an index card and to be put on their desk. This reminds students what they should accomplish that class. Then, students are toget started on their NAPE work. During the class each day,each student should followsimple procedures. These procedures include TIP-Cand DGP. TIP-C is our daily vocabulary practice. TIP-C stands for term, information, parts (of the word), and compare/contrast, or synonyms and antonyms.DGP is our Daily Grammar Practice. The studentsare given a sentence and the break it down each day. NAPE DAY-BY-DAY
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