Review Strategies Bree Barnett Dreyfuss Maria Kapadia Leadership Institute – March 24 th, 2012.

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Modeled: Rotating Review Each group is assigned a concept, poster and a pen Write as much you can on your poster Rotate posters and add to each one in turn

Traditional Review Worksheets with practice problems or vocabulary or conceptual questions Teach students how to review themselves Teacher-led review either by concept or problems Vocabulary Cards or Flash cards

Concept Mapping Students are given a list of terms or phrases and asked to construct a concept map

Write your own Test Students create their own questions about their tests given specifics like: Type of question (multiple choice, calculation, etc) Number of questions Afterwards students share their questions and answers.

“Think About it!” Students work in partners or groups to answer questions about pictures or videos and apply classroom knowledge to real world examples. Check YouTube for ideas!

17. Would this man be able to move forward? If not, what would you change in order for it to work?

25. Why does this happen? Which of Newton’s Laws is being demonstrated?

Review Games Vocabulary Bingo Taboo Electronic Clickers Quiz-Quiz-Trade Board Game Jeopardy

Quiz-Quiz-Trade What are the stages of the Rock Cycle? What are the Noble Gases? 1.Magma 2.Crystallization (freezing of rock) 3.Igneous Rocks 4.Erosion 5.Sedimentary 6.Sediments & Sedimentary Rocks 7.Tectonic Burial & Metamorphism 8.Metamorphic Rocks 9.Melting Gasses that have very low chemical reactivity

MomentumImpulse ΔPΔPΔPΔPCalculationsConceptual 100 200 300 400 500 600

Momentum for 100 What is the equation for Momentum? p=mv

Can you have the same impulse from a VW Bug and a Semi truck? How? If the VW bug is going fast enough Impulse for 200

In a _______ and _______ system, the momentum does not change. Closed isolated ∆p for 400

A kid of mass 42 kg is on a bike of mass 30 kg. Originally moving at 8 m/s, the kid jumps off the bike and lands at a speed of 3 m/s. How fast is the bike moving? Calculating for 500 v B =15 m/s

When will the impulse of a bullet be greater, when it passes through an object or ricochets off – Explain. Richochet – change in p Conceptual for 600

Poster Projects Gallery Walk – Students trade off being “experts” and “learners” about a topic. Rotating Review – Groups rotate through posters and have to add new content Presenting Posters – each group is an “expert” on the topic and share with the class

Kinesthetic Activities Clever Catch Interactive Quiz Boards Movement as Review “Heat Wave Dance” Forces Boot Camp

Projects/ Presentations/ Performances Students can create a song, poem, story on a specific topic that will be performed for the class Students create their own organization scheme for information Students create review books of important information

Foldables

Brainstorming What do you think? What do you do? What do you want to try?