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STUDENT-LED DISCUSSIONS TO REINFORCE READING. TPO: We will examine strategies for facilitating student-led discussions using a powerpoint presentation and role-playing activities. AGENDA. DISCUSSION vs. JIGSAW. CONSTRUCTIVIST DISCUSSION MODEL: PHILOSOPHY.

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student led discussions to reinforce reading

STUDENT-LED DISCUSSIONS TO REINFORCE READING

TPO: We will examine strategies for facilitating student-led discussions using a powerpoint presentation and role-playing activities

constructivist discussion model philosophy
CONSTRUCTIVIST DISCUSSION MODEL: PHILOSOPHY

Students learn best when they are engaged in meaningful conversations

Student learning is enhanced when they are actively involved in the classroom

Students engaged in instructional conversations can initiate their own inquiries and construct their own meaning.

discussion group research
DISCUSSION GROUP RESEARCH

Promotes deeper understanding of text

Leads to higher level thinking and problem solving

Improves communication skills

Allows students to test their own ideas and consider opposing points of view

Fosters greater levels of class participation

Gambrell, L. 1996. What Research Reveals About Discussion. In L.B.Gambrell and J.F. Almasi (Eds.) Living Discussions!

Fostering Engaged Reading (pp.25-38). DE: International Reading Association.

Goldenberg, C. 1994. Instructional Conversations: PromotingComprehension Through Discussion.

Reading Teacher: 46(4):316-326.

Morrow, L. and L. Gambrell. 2000. Literature-based Reading Instruction. In M.Kamil, P. Mosenthal, P.D. Pearson, R.Barr (Eds.)

Handbook of Reading Research, Vol III:563-586. NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

video highlights
VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

Students sitting in groups

Stopping points throughout reading to process

Students actively engaged

Students better prepared to participate as whole class

Teacher acts as a facilitator

Routine strategies

Modified directions when appropriate

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GROUP ROLES / RECIPRICAL TEACHING

Questioning

Clarifying

Summarizing

Predicting

discussion strategies
DISCUSSION STRATEGIES

Save the Last Word for Me

Seed Discussions

Socratic Seminar

Mind Streaming/Preview Pairs

Read and Say Something

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ASSESSMENT:

GROUP PARTICIPATION DISCUSSION RUBRIC

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ASSESSMENT:

INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPATION DISCUSSION RUBRIC

review
Review

REVIEW…WRAP UP

CONCENTRIC

CIRCLES