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The Power of a Teacher: Larry Bell Redelivery & Refresher. Word Splash. On the first flap of your notes flipbook, please list 5-10 qualities of: 1. your favorite teachers

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The Power of a Teacher: Larry Bell Redelivery & Refresher

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Word Splash

On the first flap of your notes flipbook, please list 5-10 qualities of:

1. your favorite teachers

2. qualities that you’d like to have as a teacher

“You are a teacher. You are all that and a bag of chips!” ~Larry Bell

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You became a teacher because you wanted someone to need you.Guess what?You got your wish!~Larry Bell

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At-Promise Kids

  • Many students in the bottom-quartile come from homes that cause them to be labeled “at-risk”.

  • How we label someone determines how we approach them.

  • All students have promise.

  • It is OUR job as educators to bring out that promise.

“On your worst day on the job, you are still somebody’s hero.” ~Larry Bell

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Prepare Kids for Standardized Tests

  • Prepare kids for long tests

  • Practice timed tests

  • Give higher order thinking questions

  • Know your kids’ test data

  • Teach the language of the test (12 Power Words)

  • Give some homework/quiz questions in test format

  • Explain to kids what test day will be like

  • Discuss test anxiety

  • Tell students you believe in each one of them

  • At beginning of the year, tell kids that “No child will fail!”

  • Be a 100%er

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12 Powerful Words

  • Directly teach these words (Don’t assume they are understood.)

  • Put them in words that kids can understand

  • Use them on tests & quizzes

  • Talk to kids about what the question is asking

  • Word of the week

  • Share with parents

  • Post in the classroom

  • Show the 12 Power Words PowerPoint regularly

“If we keep on doing what we’ve always done we’re going to keep on getting what we’ve always gotten.” ~Dr. John Maxwell

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Unraavel Reading

  • Teach to kids through modeling on a PowerPoint or on chart paper.

  • Have kids keep directions in their binders.

  • Teach songs

  • Expect kids to use this strategy regularly.

  • Explain to parents

  • Online Resources

“Show a little passion child!” ~Larry Bell

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Unraaveling A Paragraph

  • Underline title

  • Now predict the passage

  • Run through and number paragraphs

  • Are you reading the questions?

  • Are the important words circled?

  • (Write down their meaning)

  • Venture (read) through the passage

  • Eliminate the obviously wrong answers

  • Let the questions be answered and write the paragraph # where you found the answers next to the question

  •  Double check your work!

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  • Unraavel A Math Problem

  • Keep directions in binders

“It is in us, and it is up to us.” ~Larry Bell

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  • Underline the question

  • Now predict what you need to do to solve the problem

  • Read the word problem

  • Are the important words circled?

  • (Especially the clue words?)

  • Apply the steps you chose to solve the problem

  • Verify your answer

  • (Is it reasonable? Does it make sense?)

  • Eliminate the wrong answers

  • Let the answer stay or rework the problem

  •  Double check your work!

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Techniques to Transcend Cultural Barriers

  • Tell kids you care. Explain that you have high expectations because you believe in them.

  • If a child gets in trouble, ask to see him or her later. Give calm down time. Later, have a “start over visit”.

  • Consider your tone. Is it the same with every child?

  • Connect with EVERY child.

  • Surprise and engage students.

  • Assess understanding daily.

  • Authentic praise.

  • Consider that all students learn and communicate differently.

“Every teacher can reach and teach every child.” ~Larry Bell

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“Nothing great is ever achieved without enthusiasm.”

~Ralph Waldo Emerson

We educators must show every day what we want our students to feel.Somebody needs you.

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Ignite Your Passion

Read the list of quotations that Mr. Bell uses in his presentations.

Choose one that is most inspirational to you as a teacher.

Be ready to share your quote!