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Student-Friendly Outcomes & Daily Strategic Agendas. Presented by Jaclyn Anderson SHS Literacy Coach Wanda McCall, SHS Principal. Student-Friendly Outcomes. Why???

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Student friendly outcomes daily strategic agendas

Student-Friendly Outcomes & Daily Strategic Agendas

Presented by Jaclyn Anderson SHS Literacy Coach

Wanda McCall, SHS Principal


Student friendly outcomes
Student-Friendly Outcomes

  • Why???

    • Students need to know what they are expected to know and/or do as a result of your instruction

    • When others enter your room, they need to know what you expect your students to know and/or do as a result of your instruction


Student friendly outcome examples
Student-Friendly Outcome Examples…

What it is NOT: The students will learn how to summarize given passages.

What it IS: The students will write summary statements for given passages.

**********************************************What it is NOT: The students will understand summary statements.

What it IS: The students will identify summary statements for given passages.


What should be on my whiteboard every day
What Should be on My Whiteboard Every Day?

Daily Strategic Agenda

Standards: Write out the standard & standard number

Daily Outcomes: Students will…(Explain your outcome in student-friendly terms, and use Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs.)

Bell-Ringer: List the strategy (and question/statement stem if applicable)***The Bell-Ringer is not your Before Strategy, but use a Before Strategy as your Bell-Ringer. Think of it as your warm-up before you begin your lesson.

Before: List the strategy (think-pair-share, quick write, etc.)

During: List the strategy (chunking text, jot notes, etc.)

After: List the strategy (exit pass, think-write-share, etc.)


Example of what should be on my whiteboard every day
Example of What Should be on My Whiteboard Every Day?

Agenda

Standards: S.S. AHSGE 4.1- Identify and evaluate events, causes, and effects of the Civil War Era

Daily Outcomes: The students will identify key events and people of the Civil War.

Bell-Ringer: QuickWrite: What events led to the Civil War?

Before: ABC Brainstorm

During: Concept Map

After: Think-Write-Share


Daily strategic agenda non negotiables
Daily Strategic Agenda Non-Negotiables…

  • A current Daily Strategic Agenda MUST be posted EVERY DAY.

  • Agenda MUST have ALL components.

  • Outcomes MUST be written in student-friendly terms…use Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs! Visit this site: http://www.teachervision.fen.com/tv/printables/misc07/BloomsTaxonomyVerbs.pdf

  • Standards MUST be posted in your room...this is why you are able to only write the standard number on your Daily Strategic Agenda!

  • Daily Strategic Agendas will be checked regularly by Mrs. McCall and/or her designees.


Need further assistance
Need Further Assistance???

  • You will receive labels for your whiteboards to help you label every component of your Daily Strategic Agenda via email. ( I will also send this PowerPoint.)

  • Your instructional coaches are available to assist you as you learn to make the Daily Strategic Agenda a part of your daily instructional routine.

  • If you have further questions, please see me or Mrs. Goings or email us at [email protected] or [email protected]


It s going to be a
It’s going to be a…

School Year!!!


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