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Critical Thinking in the Age of Google. CCSD62 Instructional Coaches. Focus. Teachers will learn to use questioning techniques and close readings with complex text to promote critical thinking skills across the curriculum. Objectives.

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critical thinking in the age of google

Critical Thinking in the Age of Google

CCSD62 Instructional Coaches

focus
Focus

Teachers will learn to use questioning techniques and close readings with complex text to promote critical thinking skills across the curriculum

objectives
Objectives

Create classrooms which teach and encourage critical thinking so students are prepared for the future.

  • Close Reading
  • Questioning
  • Collaboration
  • Metacognition
encouraging critical analysis of text
Encouraging Critical Analysis of Text
  • Make inferences based on text evidence
  • Annotate the text to support arguments
  • Compare primary source documents
  • Note multiple perspectives
finding evidence in the text
Finding Evidence in the Text

Evidence for… Evidence against...

technology resources
Technology Resources

Kaizena Voice Comments

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Examining Multiple Perspectives

  • What’s happening?
  • Who are the victims?
  • Who are the aggressors?
  • What questions do you have?
examining multiple perspectives
Examining Multiple Perspectives

While I was thus speaking, one of the soldiers having received a severe blow with a stick, stepped a little on one side and instantly fired, on which turning to and asking him why he fired without orders, I was struck with a club on my arm, which for some time deprived me of the use of it, which blow had it been placed on my head most probably would have de­stroyed me. On this a general attack was made on the men by a great number of heavy clubs and snowballs being thrown at them, by which all our lives were in imminent danger, some persons at the same time from behind calling out, ‘damn your bloods-why don't you fire.’ Instantly three or four of the soldiers fired, one after another, and directly after three more in the same confusion and hurry. The mob then ran away, except three unhappy men who instantly expired, ; . . one more is since dead, three others are dangerously, and four slightly wounded. The whole of this melancholy affair was transacted in almost 20 minutes.

-Captain Thomas Preston, British Commander

examining multiple perspectives1
Examining Multiple Perspectives

After reading...

  • What’s happening?
  • Who are the victims?
  • Who are the aggressors?
examining multiple perspectives2
Examining Multiple Perspectives

After reading...

How does this compare with the image?

Why do you think the versions are so different?

How could you find out what really happened?

questioning
Questioning

Utilize higher level thinking to analyze and form judgements

  • QAR
  • Bloom’s
  • Leveled Questioning
  • Questioning the Author
questioning the author
Questioning the Author
  • Initiating Queries (get a discussion started):
    • Does this make sense to you?
    • What do you think the author is attempting to say here?
  • Follow-up Queries (help students connect emerging meanings with their perceptions of author intention and with other ideas in the text):
    • Why do you think the author chose to use this phrase or wording in this specific spot?
    • Did the author explain this clearly?
    • Did the author tell us why?
    • Why do you think the author tells us this now?
  • Narrative Queries (help students think about character and craft):
    • How do things look for this character now?
    • How has the author let you know that something has changed?
    • How has the author settled this for us?
online resources
Online Resources

Readnrespond

www.socrative.com

encouraging collaborative discussions
Encouraging CollaborativeDiscussions
  • Literature Circles
  • Reciprocal Teaching
  • Book Clubs
  • Socratic Seminars
accountable talk
Accountable Talk
  • Assigning Roles
  • Talking Chips
  • Discussions Starters
encouraging metacognition
Encouraging Metacognition
  • Self assessment
    • Exit slips
    • Rubrics
    • Checklists
  • Thinking about your reading
using technology for metacognition
Using Technology for Metacognition
  • Todaysmeet.com
  • Todaystarget.com
  • Padlet
  • Polleverywhere.com
turn and talk

Turn and Talk

What can you implement in your classroom tomorrow?

contact us
Contact Us!

Middle School Questions?

Amy: cengela@d62.org

Elementary School Questions?

Kristin: jaresk@d62.org

Karen: higginsonk@d62.org