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Using Visuals to Stimulate Understanding of Unity and Coherence
Using Visuals to Stimulate Understanding of Unity and Coherence
Day 1: Introducing the Concepts of Unity and Coherence
Day 1: Introducing the Concepts of Unity and Coherence
Who are they
Who are they
Unity
Unity
Do these pictures show the idea of unity
Do these pictures show the idea of unity
Coherence
Coherence
Marines 1
Marines 1
Coherence
Coherence
Unity/Coherence Homework
Unity/Coherence Homework
Day 2: Unity and Coherence in Writing
Day 2: Unity and Coherence in Writing
Unity in Writing
Unity in Writing
Coherence in Writing
Coherence in Writing
Unity and Coherence in Writing: Application
Unity and Coherence in Writing: Application
Shared Writing
Shared Writing
Shared Writing: Analysis
Shared Writing: Analysis
Shared Writing: Analysis (cont
Shared Writing: Analysis (cont
Shared Writing: Revision
Shared Writing: Revision
Works Cited
Works Cited
For Further Reading
For Further Reading
Thank you
Thank you

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1 Using Visuals to Stimulate Understanding of Unity and Coherence

Using Visuals to Stimulate Understanding of Unity and Coherence

Joan Faisant The Language Company- Bowling Green

2 Day 1: Introducing the Concepts of Unity and Coherence

Day 1: Introducing the Concepts of Unity and Coherence

3 Who are they

Who are they

Write about what you see. What do they look like? What are they doing?

(Hopgood-Kazee)

4 Unity

Unity

1) The state or quality of being one. 2) The act, state, or quality of forming a whole from separate parts. (Unity)

Synonyms: oneness completeness wholeness accord harmony symphony

(Full Spectrum Unity Holding Hands Concept)

5 Do these pictures show the idea of unity

Do these pictures show the idea of unity

Explain why or why not.

(Team Canada)

(Diverse Hands Linked in Unity)

6 Coherence

Coherence

Describe what you see. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqsnkWLlinM (Psebeix, Colla)

7 Marines 1

Marines 1

Marines 2

Do these videos show the idea of coherence? Explain why or why not.

(Owens, Brandan)

OutOfRegs.com

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXa39XyP6q8

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PsbzJ2q_e_c

8 Coherence

Coherence

Definitions: Logical or natural connection or consistency. The state of cohering or sticking together. Logical, orderly and consistent relation of parts.

Synonyms: connection comprehensibility Antonyms: (Lozano, Toni) disagreement nonsense

(Coherence)

(Broken Chain)

9 Unity/Coherence Homework

Unity/Coherence Homework

Task Find (online, in a magazine, etc.) or create a visual (picture, video, etc.) with the idea of unity.

Now it's your turn to present a visual for unity.

You will present your visual to the class. Describe it and explain how it shows unity.

10 Day 2: Unity and Coherence in Writing

Day 2: Unity and Coherence in Writing

11 Unity in Writing

Unity in Writing

The entire piece of writing must have one clear focus: Topic sentence (paragraph) Thesis statement (essay)

Support must: Keep the same focus as the t.s. Give more specific information than the t.s.

12 Coherence in Writing

Coherence in Writing

Organize information in a logical way. 1, 2, 3...

Make connections! Use connectors Use referents

Use consistent and appropriate verb tense. He went to the store. Then, he is going home. went

Use parallel structure. I love gardening, painting, reading and to write. writing

13 Unity and Coherence in Writing: Application

Unity and Coherence in Writing: Application

14 Shared Writing

Shared Writing

First: 1) Think of some ideas/topics for writing. 2)Be sure everyone in class can write about it. 3) Create a topic sentence. Write only the topic sentence.

Second: 1) Trade papers with another student. Add a supporting sentence to his t.s. 2) Repeat this until time is up.

Third: 1) When the teacher calls time, get your original paper back. 2) Add a concluding sentence to your piece of writing.

15 Shared Writing: Analysis

Shared Writing: Analysis

First: Underline and number each supporting sentence.

Second: Read the paper carefully. -Think about unity and coherence.

Third: Write the answers to the following questions: 1) Does each s.s. Show unity? (Yes/No) -If not, write the # of the sentence that does not. 2) Does each s.s. show coherence? (Yes/No) If not, write the # of the sentence that does not. Be ready to explain your reasons!

16 Shared Writing: Analysis (cont

Shared Writing: Analysis (cont

Now, in a small group: 1) Each student will read his/her piece of writing for the group and explain his answers about unity and coherence.

2) Each student will either agree or disagree and explain why if needed.

17 Shared Writing: Revision

Shared Writing: Revision

Address the problems with unity and/or coherence. Each student will revise his/her piece of writing. The goal is to create a unified and coherent piece to be shared with the same small group.

18 Works Cited

Works Cited

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“Broken Chain.” Cartoon. 4 May 2010. Clipart. Flickr.com. Web. 10 Oct. 2013. “Coherence” Def. n1, Thesaurus. Thefreedictionary.com. Princeton University, Farlex Inc, 2003-2012. Web. 1 Mar. 2012. Diverse Hands Linked in Unity.” Photograph. 13 November 2009. Welcome from the director. Liftaz.org. Web. 7 Jul. 2013. “Full Spectrum Unity Holding Hands Concept.” Cartoon. 25 December 2007. thegoldguys. Lumaxart.com. Web. 7 Jul. 2013 Hopgood-Kazee. Soldiers standing. Photograph. 13 Feb. 2013. Princess Hopgood's J237 Blog. University of Wisconsin Whitewater.edu. web. 7 Jul. 2013. “Line of people.” Cartoon. 17 September 2011. Connections. Openclipart.org. Web. 7 Jul. 2013. Lozano, Toni. “Broad Iron Chain.” Photograph. 28 June 2006. Flickr. Web. 2013. OutOfRegs.com. “Silent Drill Fail.” YouTube. YouTube, LLC. 14 June 2011. Web. 8 Sep. 2013. Owens, Brandan. “United States Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon 2013.” YouTube. YouTube, LLC. 11 May 2013.Web. 10 Oct. 2013. Psebeix, Colla. “Amazing Japanese Precision (posted by Sanitaryum Clean Humor).” YouTube. YouTube, LLC. 8 Sep. 2013. Web. 2013. “Team Canada.” Photograph. 15 February 2006. Flickr. Web. 7 Jul. 2013. "Unity." Def. 1, Def. 2. Thefreedictionary.com. Princeton University, Farlex Inc, 2003-2012. Web. 1 Mar. 2012.

19 For Further Reading

For Further Reading

Bamberg, B. 1984. Assessing coherence: A reanalysis of essays written for the National Assessment of Education Progress. Research in the Teaching of English, 18, 3, pp. 305–319. Connor, U. and A. M. Johns. 1990. Coherence in writing: Research and pedagogical perspectives. Alexandria, VA: Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages. Ferris, D. and J. S. Hedgecock. 1998. Teaching ESL composition: Purpose, process, and practice. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Giltrow, J. 1995. Academic writing: Writing and reading across the disciplines (2nd ed.). Peterborough, Ontario: Broadview Press. Leki, I. 1996. L2 composing: Strategies and perceptions. In Writing in a second language: Insights from first and second language teaching and research, ed. B. Leeds. White Plains, NY: Longman, pp. 27–36. Liu, D. 2000. Writing cohesion: Using content lexical ties in ESOL. English Teaching Forum, 38, 1, pp. 28–33. Ruegg, Rachael, & Sugiyama, Yuko. “Organization of ideas in writing: what are raters sensitive to?” Language Testing in Asia 3. 8 (2013). Web. Silva, T. 1992. L1 vs. L2 writing: ESL graduate students’ perceptions. TESL Canada Journal, 10, 1, pp. 27–47. Struthers, Lynda, Lapadat, Judith C.,& MacMillan, Peter D. “Assessing cohesion in children’s writing: Development of a checklist.” Assessing Writing 18. 3 (2013): 187-201. Web.

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20 Thank you

Thank you

Joan Faisant The Language Company - Bowling Green Email: jfaisant3@gmail.com

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