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Engagement Strategies for ESL Students. In the Social Studies Classroom. Check In. 1) On a Post-It note, please write Name What you know about cooperative learning 2) Place your Post-It on the smiley face continuum. . Agenda. Sharing Strategies Stand Up-Hand Up-Pair Up (SUHUPU)

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engagement strategies for esl students

Engagement Strategies for ESL Students

In the Social Studies Classroom

check in
Check In

1) On a Post-It note, please write

  • Name
  • What you know about cooperative learning

2) Place your Post-It on the smiley face continuum. 

agenda
Agenda
  • Sharing Strategies
      • Stand Up-Hand Up-Pair Up (SUHUPU)
      • Timed-Pair-Share
  • What is Cooperative Learning? (Frayer model)
  • Review & Assessment Strategies
      • Fan & Pick
      • Rally Coach
      • Quiz-Quiz-Trade
  • Lesson Planning
suhupu
SUHUPU
  • Stand Up (Push chair in)
  • Hand Up
  • Pair Up with someone you don’t know
  • Stand back-to-back and wait for further instructions
timed pair share
Timed-Pair-Share

30 seconds each

  • Name
  • School
  • Courses
  • What you hope to get out of today
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Partner with another pair and introduce one another.
    • Share partner’s name, school, courses, & hope for today
  • Gather your belongings and sit in this group of 4
stand up hand up pair up
Stand Up-Hand Up-Pair Up

Students stand up, put their hands up, and quickly find

a partner.

  • Teacher says, “_____ up, _____ up, and _____ up!”
  • Students stand up and keep one _____ in the air until they find the _______ partner who’s not a teammate.
  • Teacher asks a ________ or gives an assignment.
  • Teacher provides _____ _____.
  • _____ share using:
    • Rally Robin
    • Timed-Pair-Share
    • Rally Coach
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Stand Up-Hand Up-Pair Up

Students stand up, put their hands up, and quickly find

a partner.

  • Teacher says, “Standup, hand up, and pairup!”
  • Students stand up and keep one hand in the air until they find the closest partner who’s not a teammate.
  • Teacher asks a questionor gives an assignment.
  • Teacher provides thinktime.
  • Pairsshare using:
    • Rally Robin
    • Timed-Pair-Share
    • Rally Coach
suhupu management tips
SUHUPU Management Tips
  • Give think time
  • Use “Write-Pair-Share” before SUHUPU
  • ½ students up
  • Students stand back-to-back
  • Discourage “magnets”
  • Encourage “shadows”
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Timed-Pair-Share

Partners take timed turns listening and sharing.

  • Teacher announces a topic and states _____ _____ each student will have to share.
  • Teacher provides _____ _____.
  • In pairs, Partner A ______; Partner B _______.
  • Partner B ________.
    • Thank you for sharing!
    • One thing I heard you say was…
    • One think I learned listening to you…
  • Partners switch roles.
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Timed-Pair-Share

Partners take timed turns listening and sharing.

  • Teacher announces a topic and states howlongeach student will have to share.
  • Teacher provides thinktime.
  • In pairs, Partner A shares; Partner B listens.
  • Partner B responds.
    • Thank you for sharing!
    • One thing I heard you say was…
    • One think I learned listening to you…
  • Partners switch roles.
timed pair share management tips
Timed-Pair-Share Management Tips

* Helps ESL students acquire and use language*

  • Provide think time/writing time
  • State who goes first (taller, shorter, older, younger, most brothers, etc.)
  • Model response modes
    • Paraphrase
    • Compliment
    • Respond (question, comment, etc.)
  • Use a timer
  • Can be used standing in class or seated as team
what is cooperative learning
What is Cooperative Learning?

Definition

a teaching strategy in which teams,

each with students of different levels

of ability, use a variety of

learning activities to

improve their

understanding of a

subject

Characteristics

Positive Interdependence

Individual Accountability

Equal Participation

Simultaneous Interaction

Cooperative

Learning

Examples

Timed-Pair-Share

Rally Coach

Fan & Pick

Quiz-Quiz-Trade

Step-by-step structures that fulfill PIES

Non-Examples

“Talk to your neighbor about…”

“Check your answers with your neighbor.”

Answer these questions at your table.

Review vocabulary.

fan pick 4 students
Fan & Pick (4 students)

Students play a card game to respond to questions.

  • _______ __ holds question cards in a fan and says, “Pick a card, any card!”
  • _______ __ picks a card, reads the question out loud and allows five seconds of Think Time.
  • Student #3 _______ the question.
  • Student #4 ________ to the answer:
      • For right or wrong answers, Student #4 checks and then either praises or ______________.
      • For higher-level thinking questions that have no right or wrong answer, Student #4 does not check for correctness, but _______ and paraphrases the thinking that went into the answer.

5. Students rotate roles, one person clockwise for each new round.

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Fan & Pick (4 students)

Students play a card game to respond to questions.

  • Student#1 holds question cards in a fan and says, “Pick a card, any card!”
  • Student#2picks a card, reads the question out loud and allows five seconds of Think Time.
  • Student #3 answers the question.
  • Student #4 responds to the answer:
      • For right or wrong answers, Student #4 checks and then either praises or tutors/coaches.
      • For higher-level thinking questions that have no right or wrong answer, Student #4 does not check for correctness, but praises and paraphrases the thinking that went into the answer.

5. Students rotate roles, one person clockwise for each new round.

fan pick 2 students
Fan & Pick (2 students)
  • Student #1 fans.
  • Student #2 picks and reads.
  • Student #1 answers.
  • Student # 2 tutors or praises.
  • Students switch roles.
fan pick
Fan & Pick

Conduct Fan & Pick at your tables to get to

know one another.

  • Youngest player starts with #1
  • Roles rotate clockwise.
fan pick management tips
Fan & Pick Management Tips
  • State who goes first
  • Discourage magnets
  • Encourage shadows
  • Model & Post directions
  • Cards prewritten or number cards matched with overhead
round table variations
Round Table Variations

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how could you use fan pick in your classroom
How could you use Fan & Pick in your classroom?

2 minutes

Conduct Round Robin at your table.

rally robin round robin
“I share, you share.”

Teacher poses a problem to which there are ________ possible responses or ________.

In pairs, students take turns ______ responses or solutions.

“I share, you share,

everyone shares.”

Teacher assigns a topic or question with ______ possible answers.

In teams, students respond ______, each in turn taking about the same amount of time.

Rally Robin & Round Robin
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“I share, you share.”

Teacher poses a problem to which there are multiple possible responses or solutions.

In pairs, students take turns stating responses or solutions.

“I share, you share,

everyone shares.”

Teacher assigns a topic or question with multiplepossible answers.

In teams, students respond orally, each in turn taking about the same amount of time.

Rally Robin & Round Robin
rally coach
Rally Coach

Partners take turns, one solving a problem while the other coaches.

Set-up: One set of high-consensus problems and one pencil per pair.

  • Partner A solves the first _______.
  • Partner B watches and listens, ______, and praises.
  • Partner B ______ the problem.
  • Partner A watches and listens, checks, and _______.
  • Repeat starting at _____ __.
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Rally Coach

Partners take turns, one solving a problem while the other coaches.

Set-up: One set of high-consensus problems and one pencil per pair.

  • Partner A solves the first problem.
  • Partner B watches and listens, checks, and praises.
  • Partner B solves the problem.
  • Partner A watches and listens, checks, and praises.
  • Repeat starting at step1.
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Rally Coach

DIRECTIONS: Label each statement with a + if the vocabulary word is used correctly or a – if the vocabulary word is used incorrectly.

Example:

  • The state of Texas produces many goods, such as oil, beef, concrete, and computer chips.

2. Many countries export these goods from Texas.

rally coach management tips
Rally Coach Management Tips
  • Model
  • Coaching can be hinting or teaching
  • 1 paper per pair
  • 1 pencil per pair, or different colors
  • Sit side-by-side
  • Debrief with students what worked
  • Use it as guided practice before independent practice
  • Use it as a homework check before selecting examples to model
2 minutes rally table w shoulder partner ways to use rally coach
General Applications

Vocabulary

Maps

Timelines

Fill-in-blank worksheet

T/F worksheet

Steps in a process

Charts & graphs

Practice TAKS questions

Specific Content

2 minutes: Rally Table w/ shoulder partner ways to use Rally Coach
quiz quiz trade
Quiz-Quiz-Trade

Students quiz a partner, get quizzed by a partner, and then trade cards to repeat the process with a new partner.

  • Stand Up- _____ __- Pair Up.
  • Partner A _______.
  • Partner B _______.
  • Partner A ______ or ___________.
  • ______ roles.
  • Partners _____ cards.
  • ______ steps 1-6 a number of times.
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Quiz-Quiz-Trade

Students quiz a partner, get quizzed by a partner, and then trade cards to repeat the process with a new partner.

  • Stand Up- HandUp- Pair Up.
  • Partner A quizzes.
  • Partner B answers.
  • Partner A checks or paraphrases.
  • Switchroles.
  • Partners tradecards.
  • Repeat steps 1-6 a number of times.
quiz quiz trade management tips
Quiz-Quiz-Trade Management Tips
  • Model movement and praise
  • Decide who goes first
  • ½ class up
  • Students write answer before first round or provide answer on cards
  • Get a pack of index cards and # 1-20
  • List Qs on overhead
lesson planning
Lesson Planning
  • Where can I incorporate ONE of the engagement strategies we learned and practiced today?
  • What questions will I ask/prompts will I use?
  • What tools do I need to organize or create?
check out
Check Out
  • Move your Post-It to your new level of comfort incorporating cooperative learning and engagement strategies with ESL students.
suhupu timed pair share
SUHUPU & Timed-Pair-Share
  • SUHUPU
  • Stand back-to-back
  • 1 minute: Timed-Pair-Share
    • What will you take back and use?
    • How will you use it?
    • (Think Time)
    • Shorter person goes first
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