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  1. Quickwrites and Marking the Text Phillip Little Southeast Randolph Middle School Ramseur, NC 919-548-9979

  2. Essential Question: How can I use quickwrites/prewrites and marking in the text to maximize time-on-task, improve information processing, and engage students in my classroom?

  3. Questions • What Makes These Effective Strategies? • Engagement? Focus and refocus students • Equity? Achievement Gap most prevalent when there are surprises. Teaching Skills limits surprises. • Future ready? 21st Century? Personal Responsibility, Literacy

  4. Students who are engaged in active learning have a higher chance of achieving academic goals than those who are not. • Quickwrite: Think of a very effective strategy that you have observed teachers using that REALLY engages students. What made it so effective? • (2-10 mins) What’s your standard? • * Think/Pair/Share* “A” Partners, 2 minute talk

  5. Connections between effort and achievement Attitude, Thinking, Locus of Control 1. Describe what you did to prepare. I’m no good at social studies. 2. What strategies can you use next time to improve your achievement?

  6. More Questions • Did you do what you said you were going to do? • What’s the #1 thing you can do in this class to improve your grade? • What works for you? • What is your greatest barrier to achieving success in this class? • What do you need from me in order to achieve your goals?

  7. Constructing Quickwrites- fill in your notes • Activate prior knowledge/springboard for discussion or inquiry-based learning • Explain a process • Analyze errors • Brainstorm • Construct support • Analyze perspectives • Predict an outcome • Quiz • What if? • Discussion Boards are different!

  8. Quickwrite Feedback: • Exchange and proof/respond to each other • Whole class discussion • Turn in, Post on Board • Use for group selection • Periodic Binder checks • Discussion Boards: • Replies to agree/disagree/partner • I can respond! • Check the ones in your notes you can use

  9. Anticipation Guide Directions: Read each statement, mark your answer and be ready to explain your choices. Agree/Disagree _____1. The verbal transmission of knowledge cannot maintain or improve American society. _____2. Most teachers do not expect their students to be literate in their subject until they train them. _____3. The average student spends 45 minutes reading after the school day. * 1 minute talk *

  10. Pre-Write Strategies • Think Alouds • Word Splash • KWL Chart • Guaranteed Vocabulary • Pictures and Artifacts! • Partial Outline/Summary • Anticipation Guide • Marking in Text! • Check the ones in your notes that you use!

  11. Pictures and Artifacts

  12. Tariff • Monroe Doctrine Imperialism annexation Social Darwinism Yellow Journalism

  13. Mark in the Text AVID: • Number paragraphs • Circle key terms/names/people • Underline relevant information • *FICTION*

  14. Mark in the Text Outline the Room (pics for students) 1s, 2s, 3s • Locate main idea – 1s • Mark main idea (3-4 words) • Mark supporting details – 2s and 3s (3-4 words) • Circle words you do not understand

  15. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection is caused by Staphylococcus aureus bacteria, often called "staph." Decades ago, a strain of staph emerged in hospitals that was resistant to the broad-spectrum antibiotics commonly used to treat it. Dubbed methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), it was one of the first germs to outwit all but the most powerful drugs. MRSA infection can be fatal. Mayoclinic.com

  16. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection is caused by Staphylococcus aureus bacteria, often called "staph." Decades ago, a strain of staph emerged in hospitals that was resistant to the broad-spectrum antibiotics commonly used to treat it. Dubbed methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), it was one of the first germs to outwit all but the most powerful drugs. MRSA infection can be fatal. Mayoclinic.com

  17. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection is caused by Staphylococcus aureus bacteria, often called "staph." Decades ago, a strain of staph emerged in hospitals that was resistant to the broad-spectrum antibiotics commonly used to treat it. Dubbed methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), it was one of the first germs to outwit all but the most powerful drugs. MRSA infection can be fatal. Mayoclinic.com

  18. How to Teach Marking in Text • Classify the Room; explain 1s, 2s, 3s • Stress First Sentence • Locate and mark main ideas in all paragraphs • *Differentiate* … What question will you be able to answer? • Complete first paragraph– whole class • Second paragraph- partners and whole class • Succeeding Paragraphs- individual and whole class • Homework: individuals

  19. Essential Question: How can I use quickwrites/prewrites and marking in the text to maximize time-on-task, improve information processing, and engage students in my classroom? • * 2 min talk *

  20. Ticket to Leave Plus/Delta • What strategies or ideas were most helpful? • What strategies or ideas do you currently use that were not covered? • What suggestions do you have? • What are your Questions?

  21. Today’s Strategies Active Classroom before Students Arrive Activator: Quickwrite Think/pair/share (collaborative pairs) 1-2 minute talks 2-Column notes, Partial Outline 10-2, Anticipation Guide Technology: PowerPoint Ticket to Leave