The following sites will provide each student with information about the author (Mary Shelley), the novel (Frankenstein), and terms which are commonly used in civil law (Wizardly Words).
|Disciplinary Literacy Principles (DLP) and the Principles of Learning (POL)|
|DLP 1: Students learn core concepts and habits of inquiry, investigating, reasoning, reading, writing, and talking within the disciplines as defined by standards.|
POL 1: Clear Expectations: Academic Rigor
|DLP 2: Learning activities, investigations, field work, curricula, text, and talk apprentice students within the discipline.|
|POL 2: Learning as Apprenticeship: Accountable Talk|
DLP 3: Instruction provides students with models, practice, and coaching in rigorous disciplinary literacy activity.
POL 3: Learning as Apprenticeship: Self-management of Learning; Academic Rigor in a Thinking Curriculum
DLP 4: Intelligence is socialized through community, class learning culture, and instructional routines.
POL 4: Socializing Intelligence: Organized for Effort; Self-management of Learning
DLP5: Instruction is assessment-driven and assessment is instruction-driven.
POL 5: Fair and Credible Evaluation: Recognition of Accomplishment; Self-management of Learning