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Getting All Students Involved
I3 + C3 = RtI Success
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(Note: This presentation is based on the research summarized in the following book.)
Archer, A., & Hughes, C. (2011). Explicit Instruction: Effective and Efficient Teaching. NY: Guilford Publications.
Why is it important to constantly elicit responses from students?
Opportunities to respond related to:
Opportunities to Respond
All Students Respond. When possible use
response procedures that engage all students
How can students respond in a lesson?
Option #2 - Question First
- Ask a question- Raise your hands to indicate silence- Give thinking time- Call on a student
Procedures for calling on students to ensure that all students are involvedProcedure #1 - Call on students in different parts of room.
Procedure #2 - Write names on cards or sticks. Draw a name.
Procedure #3 - Use an ipad or iphone app such as Teacher’s Pick, Stick Pick, or Pick Me! to randomly select students.
Procedure #3 - Use two decks of playing cards. Tape cards from one deck to desks. Pull a card from the other deck and call on student.
Provide sentence starters for discussion. Examples:
I disagree with ________ because ____________.
I disagree with ________. I think ______________.
I agree with ____________ because_____________.
I agree with ___________ and I also think ____________.
My idea is similar to __________ idea. I think____________
My ideas extend/build on/expand on _________________
I agree with ___________ and want to add_______________
I don’t agree with __________ because ________________
I have a different perspective from _______. I think________
My views are different from ____________. I believe___________
Write ON Write THIS
- Post - its - Writing Frames
- Posters - Summaries
- Graphic Organizers
- Flash Cards
1. Give clear directions
2. If necessary, model desired response
3.Gauge the length of the written response to avoid “voids”.
4. Circulate and monitor
5. Give feedback
Praise, Encouragement, Correct