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Organizers for Thoughtful Teachers. “Never let it be said that a handful of thoughtful people cannot make a difference, they are in fact the only thing that can.” Margaret Mead. Three’s Company. Explanation. Explanation. Explanation. Interpretation of Text.

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Organizers for

Thoughtful Teachers

“Never let it be said that a handful of thoughtful people cannot make a difference, they are in fact the only thing that can.”

Margaret Mead

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Three’s Company

Explanation

Explanation

Explanation

Interpretation of Text

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Three’s a Crowd

Explanation

Which word does not belong? Why?

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Boggle

Individual Information Retrieval

Individual Information Retrieval

Missed Information

Points Earned Missed

top hat
Top Hat

Similarities

Differences Differences

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Differences

Comparison

Similarities

Differences

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Are the items more alike or more different?

What might be the causes for the differences?

What conclusions or generalizations can you now make?

conclusion

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Window Notes

Facts, Details Reactions, Feelings

Questions New Ideas, Connections

What is most important here?

priority pyramid
Priority Pyramid

Most Important

Least Important

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1-2-3-4 Summary

What is the big idea?

What important details support the big idea?

What is a connection you made?

What questions do you have about the big idea?

1

2

3

4

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Physical Understanding

Linguistic

Understanding

Emotional

Understanding

Visual

Understanding

Word/Concept

collaborative summary
Collaborative Summary

Topic:_________________________________

Partner’s Key Ideas:

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

My Key Ideas:

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Consensus

Our Key Ideas

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Collaborative Summary

__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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Etch-A-Sketch

Sketch Big Ideas and Details

1

2

3

4

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Content

What is it?

What does it look like?

What are the parts?

What is the purpose?

How does it operate?

How did it originate?

What is it part of?

What is its importance?

comparison y
Comparison Y

Y

Differences Differences

Similarities

comparison conclusion
Comparison Conclusion
  • Are the items more alike or more different?
  • What might contribute to the causes for the differences?
  • 3. What generalizations or conclusions can you now make based upon your comparison?
analogies
Analogies

the focus the target

Is to

relationship in structure

What are other things that have similar relationships in structure?

Is to

Explanation

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Picture Feelings

Question Prediction

Mind's Eye

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Key Vocabulary Concept Map

Category

Comparatives

Word

Defining Attributes

Examples

My Definition

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Vocabulary Notebook

Term:

Level of Understanding: 1 2 3 4

My description:

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Content

Visual Association

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Vocabulary Notebook

Word:

My educated guess:

Dictionary Meaning

How close was I to the meaning?

4 ---------3----------2--------1--------0

Comparison of my meaning to dictionary meaning:

Show you know:

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Analogy Graphic Organizer

people

as

plants

oxygen

in order to survive, need

carbon dioxide

as

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Term and Description

General Description

Term and Description

Unhappy, miserable

doleful

extremely sad

forlorn

forsaken, abandoned desperate

Example

In Other Words

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Reflective Statements

I learned….. I appreciate…..

I wonder…. I truly understand….

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Step 1: Read the question. Ask yourself, “What am I trying to prove here?”

Step 2: Find specific evidence to support your case.

Step 3: Analyze why, in other words prove the evidence and make your case.

Make A Case

Make a Case

What are you trying to prove? Specific Evidence Why?

what so what now what
What? So What? Now What?

What have I learned?___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

So What?

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Now What?

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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Hypothesis Proof Notes

Hypothesis Proof

What do I think?

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Attribute Importance Item Item Item

Total Score

Rating Scale: 3-Completely

2 Considerably

1 Somewhat

0 Not at All

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The Steps

What steps can you take to solve the problem?

The Facts

What are the facts?

What is missing?

The Question

What question needs to be answered?

Are there any hidden questions to be answered?

The Diagram

How can you represent the problem visually?

Notes

The Solution

alls well that ends well
Alls Well That Ends Well

Word

Root

Ending

New Word

Meaning

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Reflective Writing

Topic__________________________ Date_________

Essential Question Addressed:

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Key Ideas Presented:________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Connections I Can Make to Other Ideas:

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Questions I Still Have:

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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Mastery Review

NOTES

MY RESPONSES

How did you do? Fill in the face to show how you feel about what you know. What do you need to do to improve?

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Generalization

Organizer

Application 1

Application 2

Application 2

Generalization

How do you know?

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Standards:

The Hook

Mastery Style Interpersonal Style

Understanding Self Expressive

KENTUCKY

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Questions Player A Coaching Guide B

Player A’s Sheet

Questions Player B Coaching Guide A

Player B’s Sheet

attention meter
3Attention Meter

2

4

1

The Wanderer

The Worker

The Disciple

The Master

I am incredibly well focused and everything makes sense. I am having a good time learning and I feel like I could pay attention for a long time.

I am working to pay attention, but I keep having to bring myself back to the topic.

I am in control of my attention. I am focused on the topic. It makes sense and I rarely have to refocus.

My thoughts are all over the place or I am sleepy or not paying attention.

What is currently strengthening or weakening my powers of attention?

Goals for Improving my Attention:

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What are today’s class goals?

How would others know you have made progress toward those goals?

What steps do you think the class will go through?

What goals do you want to work on today?

Share your goals with someone else in the room.

What obstacles might stand in your way?

How can you overcome those obstacles?

How did you do in meeting the class goals today?

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