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Bill Richards

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Orchestrating Discourse - FREE Satellite TV
Posted: Mar 31, 1995 11:51 AM
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M I C H I G A N G A T E W A Y S
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the television program for teachers of
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M A T H and S C I E N C E

FREE Satellite Broadcast: 4/7/95 1:00pm-1:30pm EDT
(please see complete satellite information below)

Michigan Gateways Program #306
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Orchestrating Discourse
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This edition of Michigan Gateways offers a look at how teachers
orchestrate the kind of discourse that is high on the agenda for
mathematics and science education today.

GATEWAYS REPORT
Our report for this program includes a review of what the major
reform documents say about discourse, along with comments from
NSTA President Marvin Druger, Alba Thompson of San Diego State
University, and others.

WHAT THE RESEARCH SAYS
A brief look at some of the recent research related to classroom
discourse.

FOR DISCUSSION...
A science teacher from Holt High School, in Holt, Michigan, and a
teacher of a multi-age class at Lansing Christian School in
Lansing, Michigan, discuss how they orchestrate discourse in their
classrooms.

SPOTLIGHT
Michigan Gateways visits a sixth-grade science class at C.W. Otto
Middle School, in Lansing, Michigan.

FROM THE NET
We sent a message out on the Internet asking teachers about
discourse in their classrooms. This new segment highlights
excerpts from some of the responses we received.

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The complete Gateways Guide for this program can be found on the
Michigan State University Gopher service on or shortly after
4/1/95.

Connect to:
gopher.msu.edu.

At MSU's main Gopher menu, select
Computing and Technology Services
At the next menu, select
Michigan Gateways
At the next menu, select
Program #306
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Michigan Gateways 1995 Satellite Broadcasts
are on the First Friday of Each Month through June.
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SATELLITE: K4 (Galaxy 4) located at 99 degrees West
Downlink Frequency: 11945.0 MHz
Transponder: 11 Upper (Hughes 61 vertical)
Audio Subcarriers: 6.2 and 6.8 MHz
Test Period: 12:45am - 1:00pm EDT
Program Time: 1:00pm - 1:30pm EDT
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Please send any questions or comments you might have about this
program to MichGate@msu.edu
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MGTALK List Service
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Subscribe to the MGTALK listserve to receive by e-mail the monthly
Program Notes excerpted from the Gateways Guide.

To subscribe to MGTALK, send an electronic mail message to

LISTSERV@MSU.EDU

The first (and only) line of your message should read:

SUBSCRIBE MGTALK <YOUR NAME>

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Michigan Gateways is offered by

Michigan State University
in cooperation with the
Michigan Partnership for New Education
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William R. Richards 23156wr@msu.edu
Producer/Director BillR@wkar.msu.edu

MICHIGAN GATEWAYS 212 Communication Arts Bldg
The Television Program East Lansing, MI 48824-1212
for Teachers of ph: 517 355-2300 ext 422
Mathematics and Science fx: 517 353-7124
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