Read Read In chunks Variety of group styles Teacher read Choral Partner read volunteers
What do you think happened to the boat? How did it get up on the hill? What can you say about this boy so far? Check Check
What predictions were true? Which ones were not? What do you think is happening & why? Check Check What predictions were true?
Which ones were not? Why did the boy want to sail into the sky even after the sailor told him not to? Check Check What predictions were true?
Which ones were not? Why did the Zephyr fall? Think about what happened and what the boy is thinking in these two pictures. Check Check What predictions were true?
Which ones were not? Do you think the old man's story is true? Why? Do you have any ideas about who the old man is? What in the book makes you think that? What are the big parts (elements) of this plot?
What is one sentence you can say about the main idea of this book? In the First Draft section, write an introduction for an essay about this book. Use a hook if you can. Summarize Summarize What were the main points? (partners discuss) What is the main idea?
I think the main idea is . because and Plan it! In groups of 3: With your materials, plan a Five Steps lesson for a story Preview Which words How to skim & scan
Predict How to record Read What methods & strategies Check How to record
Summarize How to record Share ideas with the big group Organizers Use graphic organizers to help kids cement the learning
Different ones for different purposes Preview KWL Chart Predict Prediction Log
Read Sunshine Outline Timeline Story Map Check Prediction Log
Sunshine Outline Timeline Story Map KWL Chart Reading Log Draw what you see Tell you shoulder partner what you saw in your mind
Ask questions Ask a question you have. Switch when ready. Draw what you see Tell you shoulder partner what you saw in your mind Ask questions
Can you elaborate on? Can you tell me more about? Can you clarify the part about ? Can you be more specific?
Ask a question you have. Switch when ready. Mango Street Poster The teacher wants the class to read A Rice Sandwich. She tells you to take your group of ELLs to a table and help them read it. How would you modify your expectations for the different language levels of your
kids? Ideas: vocabulary, webbing, organizers, amount of oral language they should use Write your ideas on cards, add to your poster Generate, Sort, Synthesize Sit by grade level Each person generate 3-4 ideas from this course you are using (1 idea per card)
Read your ideas to your teammates, round robin Sort your cards into clusters what are the big ideas Label the clusters and write a topic sentence (synthesize) Mount on poster paper Leaf & Root Questions Leaf questions are above ground, literal comprehension knowledge level
Answer is in the text Root questions are buried, higher order thinking questions Information leading to the answer is in the text, but not the exact answer Depth of Knowledge (DOK) Scale
Costas Three Story House Level 3: Apply information Evaluate, judge, generalize, predict, hypothesize, imagine, speculate, forecast Level 2: Process information Compare, contrast, sort, infer, analyze, classify, explain
Level 1: Gather information Complete, identify, recite, define, list, select, describe, observe What to say instead of I dont know Could I please have some more information? Could you please repeat the question? Could I speak with my partner? Where can I find the answer?
Will you please rephrase that? Can I have some more time to think? Activities for Turning Up the Volume Quiz Quiz Trade Description Students write questions related to the content on cards. Must know the answer.
Students mill around the room to music. When the music stops, they form a pair and ask each other their question. If the answerer knows the answer, they say it. If not, the questioner explains the answer. Student trade cards. Music begins, students mill and find new
partners. Teaching Tips for ELL Level 1 students may write questions in L1. Level 1 students partner with students who speak their own language. Level 2 may partner in L1 for their first pairing.
Send a Question Each person in the group write a different level of Blooms questions from Oversmart on a card. Be prepared to publish your question Quiz Quiz Trade Conga Line Inside Outside Circle
Round Table (must have multiple answers) Post on wall by category Give One Get One Students write three questions From a variety of levels, costa, DOK, etc On three cards or on a t-chart
Student mill around asking each question get an answer Write down the partners question OR trade cards, write the answer on the card Expository Writing --- give the information Expository: telling about something real
8 Sentence Paragraph APE: Answer/Prove/Extend or Explain 8 Sentence Paragraph TS topic sentence CD 1 concrete detail CM 1.1 commentary CM 1.2 commentary
CD 2 concrete detail CM 2.1 commentary CM 2.2 commentary CS concluding sentence 8 Sentence Paragraph TS: Geraldos skills as a tuba player are legendary. CD1: When he was in the OHS Marching Band, he played louder and longer than anyone could ever remember.
CM1.1: At one game, I could hear the tuba rising above all the other instruments, and I was up in the cheap seats. CM 1.2: On top of that, he told me he had already practiced for 2 hours earlier that day. CD2: He also had expert technique. CM2.1: He held the tuba around his shoulders so that he could move with the weight and never get tired. CM2.2: Plus, he had rubber lips he could make that tuba sing like a rock star. CS: Geraldo was king of the tuba for all four years at OHS and nobody has touched him since.
APE: Answer/Prove/Extend or Explain Good for Math 3x + 2 = 11. Solve for x. Answer: Proof: Explain:
Persuasive make them believe! OREO: Opinion/Reason/Evidence/Opinion Narrative tell a story First/Next/Then/Finally Narrative Writing Worksheet
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