Teach Like A Champion. Session #1. Do Now: Read the excerpt from “ Teach Like A Champion”. Use metacognitive markers to mark the text as you read. Write any questions or comments in the box on the first page of your Session #1 Handout. . Objectives:
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Teach Like A Champion
Read the excerpt from “Teach Like A Champion”.
Use metacognitive markers to mark the text as you read.
Write anyquestions or comments in the box on the first page of your Session #1 Handout.
Fellows will be able to create norms for Teach Like A Champion Sessions
Fellows will be able to articulate why “No Opt Out” and “Right is Right” are importanttechniques for Fellows to use in the classroom.
Fellows will be able to begin thinking about how to incorporate “No Opt Out” and Right is Right into their Practice Teaching and Lesson planning.
Four formats of No Opt Out
Protocol for clips
View the clip and write down your observations on the graphic organizer provided.
Be sure to include teacher actions and student actions.
Write down your takeaways (learning)
Today we debrief using Think Pair Share.
For each clip you will first think about the answers to the guided practice questions and answer them on your own.
You will then share your takeaways observations and answers with an elbow partner
Finally, we will share out our observations, takeaways, and answers to the guided practice questions with the whole group.
Right is Right
Set and defend a high standard of correctness in your classroom.
There are four ways in which we might slip in holding out for the right answers so there are 4 categories within Right is Right
Great teachers praise students for effort but don’t confuse that with mastery.
Use simple positive language to show you appreciate what the student has done but that you expect them to finish off the last few yards.
Examples of holding out for all the way.
2. Answer the question.
Right Answer, Right Time
Don’t accept answers to questions out of sequence.
Accepting a student’s answer out sequence deprives the rest of the student’s the full understanding of the process.
4. Use Technical Vocabulary
Great teachers get students to use precise technical vocabulary when they are answering questions.
For example: Instead of “Volume is the amount of space something takes up.”
“Volume is the cubic units of space an object occupies.
Clip and Debrief