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Instructional Practices to Support Student Mastery. By Alex LaPres. Agenda:. Introduction Check-in 4 Most Common Challenges and Instructional Practices to Ensure Success Peer Experience and Gallery Walk Wrap-up. Objective.

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agenda
Agenda:

Introduction

Check-in

4 Most Common Challenges and Instructional Practices to Ensure Success

Peer Experience and Gallery Walk

Wrap-up

objective
Objective

Teachers will increase their teaching toolbox to ensure student success on modules and mastery of the Common Core standards.

common challenge 1 task analysis
Common Challenge 1:Task Analysis
  • Challenge: Students do not fully understand the prompt or what the question is asking of them.
  • Students must be taught how to:
    • Deconstruct and internalize the prompt
    • Understand academic vocabulary
  • Best Practices:
    • Annotate the prompt
    • Diffusing
    • RAFT
    • Re-write the prompt
ensuring student mastery
Ensuring Student Mastery

PARCC Sample Item:

common challenge 2 complex text
Common Challenge 2: Complex Text
  • Challenge: Students struggle to comprehend complex text.
  • Students must be taught how to comprehend and analyze a complex text.
  • Best Practices:
    • Essential Questions
    • Chunking the text
    • Multiple reads
    • Jigsaw
common challenge 3 academic writing and citing evidence
Common Challenge 3: Academic Writing and Citing Evidence
  • Challenge: Students struggle with organization and citing strong evidence in academic writing.
  • Students must be taught how to:
    • Structure academic writing
    • Develop a claim
    • Cite credible information to support their claim
  • Best Practices:
    • Exemplar student writing samples
    • AECR
aecr strategy
AECR Strategy

Can be used for either constructed response or multi-paragraph essays

Great for differentiation- structured and color-coded

aecr structure
AECR structure

A = Assertion

  • This is the topic sentence that relates back to the thesis or answers the questions.
  • Here, you make an argument or state your claim.
  • It is a clearly stated expression of purpose.
  • The ASSERTION is GREEN.
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E = Evidence

  • This is the evidence from the text that supports your assertion.
  • Here, you back it up (not on the dance floor).
  • The EVIDENCE is BLUE.
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C = Commentary

  • This is the commentary on the fact that connects it to the assertion and answers the question, “so what?”
  • Here you explain why the evidence is important enough to prove your assertion.
  • You should have more yellow than blue or green in your paragraph.
  • The COMMENTARY is YELLOW.
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R= Relate

  • This is where you wrap it up.
  • Your relate should synthesize the paragraph and tell the reader how your claim supports your thesis.
  • The RESTATE is GREEN.
common challenge 4 ongoing formative assessment
Common Challenge 4:Ongoing Formative Assessment
  • Challenge: Teachers are unable to assess student mastery of the information until the final essay.
  • Teachers need multiple built-in formative assessments to assess students understanding of material and drive instruction.
  • Best Practices:
    • Assignment Check List
    • Exit Slips
    • Teacher-student conferences
    • Self-assessment