"Writing Across the Curriculum Using Technology"
Instructor: Barbara A. Schulz
John Hopkins University CTE
May Semester 2000

Lesson 1
(T May 9th)
Introduction and
Teacher Issues

Lesson 2
(TH May 11Th)
The Writing Cycle

Lesson 3
(SAT 5/13 AM)

Lesson 4
(SAT- 5/13 PM)

Lesson 5
On with the Writing

Lesson 6

Lesson 7
(SAT - 5/21)

Lesson 8
(SAT -5/21)

Lesson 9

Using Chat rooms
and whiteboards
for writing &

Lesson 10 (TH 5/25)*

Lesson 11 &
Lesson 12 (SAT)*

*Schedule for
these classes may
vary by individual

Daily Lesson Plan

Construction Module

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  • Order
  • Acceptance
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 Dimension 2-A


  • Verifying
  • Predicting
  • Integrating

 Dimension 2-B


  • Modeling
  • Shaping
  • Internalizing

 Dimension 3

Extend & Refine

  • Comparing
  • Classifying
  • Inducing
  • Analyzing errors
  • Supporting
  • Deducing
  • Abstracting
  • Analyzing

 Dimension 4

Meaningful Use of Knowledge

  • Invention
  • Decision making
  • Investigating
  • Experimenting
  • Problem Solving

 Dimension 5

Habits of Mind

  • Self-regulation
  • Critical thinking
  • Creative thinking

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Copyright 2000 by Barbara Schulz
Johns Hopkins University-
Center for Technology in Education

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