As part of your program, you must show evidence that you have experience mentoring other literacy professionals (colleagues)

As part of your program, you must show evidence that you have experience mentoring other literacy professionals (colleagues). A3 measures
the extent to which you are able to present the reading process to other educators, walk them through the
purpose and value of MA, and strategies for working with readers (pls draw from Block 3 readings to present
a number of ideas to your colleagues). The presentation must be at least 15 minutes long but no more than 30
and must be video-recorded. You may invite any number of colleagues. Given COVID, this presentation
may be virtual or, if you wish, can be face-to-face. Please see PPT on iCollege to offer ideas on how to think
about the presentation of the reading process using examples from Weaver’s text. (see C2 & 3, in particular)
Develop and present a PowerPoint presentation between 15-30 minutes. The PPT should draw upon
professional readings, should include specific examples from the miscue analysis that you conducted
to explain both the reading process and miscue analysis, and should also address the retrospective
miscue analysis that you conducted. You must use at least one of the reading activities in Weaver’s
text that engages your audience in some participation (see C2 & 3, in particular).
2. Create a handout for this presentation. The handout should contain specific information about your
presentation, offer strategies that the audience can integrate into instruction/classroom. The handout
should include reference to different strategies across Block 3 and may include ideas from Blocks 1
and 2.
3. Invite participants to ask questions and reflect on their learning.
4. Write a paper on what you learned about researching for this presentation, which professional
reading sources you wanted to chose to draw from to inform this presentation, and the concepts in
Block 3 that were important in designing this presentation. Please only use the sources I provided as sources to be cited.