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WRITE CLICK v . 2.0. Melissa Simons Elkhorn High School [email protected] B.W. . Before Wii . . . . A.W. (After Wii). If you can’t beat ‘em . . . . First Test. Turn on your remote. Pretend like it’s your cell phone.

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write click v 2 0

WRITE CLICK v. 2.0

Melissa Simons

Elkhorn High School

[email protected]

first test
First Test
  • Turn on your remote.
  • Pretend like it’s your cell phone.
  • In other words, hold down the power button for a moment until it “turns on.”
roll call
Roll Call . . .
  • Elementary
  • Middle School
  • High School
  • District Level
  • Prestigious, mysterious category

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in my typical day
In my typical day . . .
  • begin with a “team” or (PLC) meeting during plan
  • ESLA ~ 35
  • English 9 ~ 26 and 25
  • Honors English 9 ~ 31 and 30
  • EHS ~ 1250 and growing
why the clicker
Why the Clicker?
  • # 1 on our list was engagement
  • Who needs Data?
  • Data was a by-product but has changed the way I teach and learn in my classroom
today s theme

Today’s theme?

Be a Genius!

i have heard of the clickers response pads or e instruction
I have heard of the “clickers”, response pads, or e-instruction.
  • Strongly Agree
  • Agree
  • Disagree
  • Strongly Disagree

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the basics
The Basics
  • Begin by thinking what types of activities you use to engage students
  • Examples: Lecture, class response, pre-reading surveys, pre-tests, post-tests, assessments (state and local)
the miracle clicker
The Miracle Clicker!
  • It grades everything . . . EVEN
  • okay, not essays, but wouldn’t that be nice!
  • Instant feedback for re-teachings, check for understanding, or to launch discussions
from romeo and juliet i believe in love at first sight
from Romeo and Juliet: I believe in love at first sight.
  • Strongly Agree
  • Agree
  • Disagree
  • Strongly Disagree

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writing i spend at least five minutes revising my writing assignments
Writing: I spend at least five minutes revising my writing assignments.
  • Strongly Agree
  • Agree
  • Disagree
  • Revising? What is Revising again?

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tests ta dah
Tests . . . ta-dah!
  • You want data? We got data!
  • Instructor summaries, item analysis, question and response reports, study guides with correct and/or incorrect responses-all export to excel formats
  • Who could ask for anything more!
  • Once you know . . . it’s addictive.
great source

Great Source

Reading Comprehension

let s take a test
Let’s take a test.
  • Engage SMA
  • “A World of Good”
  • Results
creating a lesson
Creating a Lesson
  • Fastgrade
  • TMA
  • Samples
after the assessment
After the Assessment
  • Reports
  • Re-grade
holt handbook chapter tests

Holt Handbook Chapter Tests

Typical Teacher Resource

writing effective sentences
Writing Effective Sentences

In the next few examples, choose the best sentence.

many nations have cheese making traditions those traditions go back hundreds of years
Many nations have cheese-making traditions. Those traditions go back hundreds of years.
  • Many nations have cheese-making traditions, those traditions go back hundreds of years.
  • Many nations have cheese-making traditions that go back hundreds of years.
  • Many nations have cheese-making traditions they go back hundreds of years.
  • Many nations have cheese-making traditions. That go back hundreds of years.

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sentence combining
Sentence Combining
  • Choose the best combined sentence.
i could see myself working day and night i could also see myself going to the movies with friends
I could see myself working day and night. I could also see myself going to the movies with friends.
  • I could see myself working day and night; and going to the movies with friends.
  • I could see myself working day and night, yet I could also see myself going to the movies with friends.
  • I could see myself working day and night, meanwhile, I could also see myself going to the movies with friends.
  • Going to the movies with friends, I could also see myself working day and night.

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great source dailies

Great Source Dailies

Sentence Composing

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Unscramble and write out the sentence chunks to make a sentence with the same pattern as the model.Then, write a sentence of your own that follows the model.

MODEL: With my heart beating so it choked me, I pushed open the door and stood, staring. Mrs. Mike

  • wondering
  • so they betrayed me
  • with my hands shaking
  • I picked up the letter and waited
sentence starter please enter your opener
Sentence Starter?Please enter your opener.
  • wondering
  • so they betrayed me
  • with my hands shaking
  • I picked up the letter and waited

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unscramble and write out the sentence chunks to make a sentence that makes sense
Unscramble and write out the sentence chunks to make a sentence that makes sense.
  • was that a fire had broken out
  • that the light of the lamp upon the table
  • my first impression
  • as I opened the door
  • for the room was so filled with smoke
  • was blurred by it
sentence starter please enter your opener1
Sentence Starter?Please enter your opener.
  • that the light of the lamp upon the table
  • my first impression
  • as I opened the door
  • for the room was so filled with smoke

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Like furniture in a room, sentence parts can be arranged in different ways. Unscramble and write out each sentence twice.
  • and said the evil word himself three or four times
  • Charles abandoned the little girl
  • each time
  • Monday morning
  • getting his mouth washed out with soap
sentence starter please enter your opener2
Sentence Starter?Please enter your opener.
  • and said the evil word himself three or four times
  • Charles abandoned the little girl
  • each time
  • Monday morning
  • getting his mouth washed out with soap

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write a new sentence by rearranging the sentence parts
Write a new sentence by rearranging the sentence parts.
  • She nodded,
  • her eyes still wide with fear,
  • but she let the branch go
  • and took his hand
  • straightening a little and swaying.
    • Katherine Paterson, Bridge to Terabithia
sentence starter please enter your opener3
Sentence Starter?Please enter your opener.
  • She nodded,
  • her eyes still wide with fear,
  • but she let the branch go
  • and took his hand
  • straightening a little and swaying

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unscramble the sentence parts writing out the sentence with correct punctuation
Unscramble the sentence parts writing out the sentence with correct punctuation.
  • the tyrannosaur
  • with huge flaring nostrils
  • a long snuffling inhalation that fluttered Baselton’s trouser legs
  • gave Baselton a smell
sentence starter enter your opener
Sentence Starter?Enter your opener.
  • the tyrannosaur
  • with huge flaring nostrils
  • a long snuffling inhalation that fluttered Baselton’s trouser legs
  • gave Baselton a smell

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the lost world michael crichton
The Lost World~Michael Crichton
  • With huge flaring nostrils, the tyrannosaur gave Baselton a smell, a long snuffling inhalation that fluttered Baselton’s trouser legs.
unscramble the sentence parts writing out the sentence with correct punctuation1
Unscramble the sentence parts writing out the sentence with correct punctuation.
  • and the jingle of trace chains
  • was louder
  • drag of brakes
  • the sound of the approaching grain teams
  • thud of big hooves on hard ground
sentence starter enter your opener1
Sentence Starter?Enter your opener.
  • and the jingle of trace chains
  • was louder
  • drag of brakes
  • the sound of the approaching grain teams
  • thud of big hooves on hard ground

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of mice and men john steinbeck
Of Mice and Men~John Steinbeck
  • The sound of the approaching grain teams was louder, thud of big hooves on the hard ground, drag of brakes, and the jingle of trace chains.
unscramble the sentence parts writing out the sentence with correct punctuation2
Unscramble the sentence parts writing out the sentence with correct punctuation.
  • and yet knowing no way to avoid it
  • that winter my mother and brother came
  • buying furniture on the installment plan
  • and we set up housekeeping
  • being cheated
sentence starter enter your opener2
Sentence Starter?Enter your opener.
  • and yet knowing no way to avoid it
  • that winter my mother and brother came
  • buying furniture on the installment plan
  • and we set up housekeeping
  • being cheated

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black boy richard wright
Black Boy~ Richard Wright
  • That winter my mother and brother came, and we set up housekeeping, buying furniture on the installment plan, being cheated, and yet knowing no way to avoid it.
the real act prep guide

The Real ACT Prep Guide

Thomson*Peterson’s

The ONLY Official Prep Guide from the Makers of the ACT

quick fastgrade
QUICK FastGrade
  • Enter your answers as you go along.
  • Make sure you press send.
  • Q1=Question Number One.
  • You can check your answers by using the arrow keys. When finished, each one should say “Rec’d.”
student samples

Student Samples

First assignment of the year

Expository: I am _____

final thoughts
Final Thoughts
  • For kids? Engagement
  • For teachers? Engagement, yes, it “checks things” but the Data!
  • For a team? Data to share, investigate, analyze and use
  • For a school? Data to drive curriculum, budget
  • For a district?
final thoughts1
Final Thoughts
  • www.einstruction.com
  • Funding? Foundation Grant
  • Dustin Frank
  • www.turnitin.com
  • I could talk clickers for days . . . e-mail me if you have any questions.
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