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Rigor in the Classroom Insert School Name and Date Here © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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Please use Post-It notes to respond to the questions on the charts on the wall. © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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1.Prepare students for the future (jobs, college, etc.). 2.Help them learn new and challenging material. Why Is Rigor Important?

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© Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom. What Is True Rigor?

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© Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom. Challenging students to high expectations for learning, helping them learn, and letting them show how much they understand.

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Classroom Examples of Rigor Instruction will include questions that require thinking, and questions may have more than one answer. © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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Classroom Examples of Rigor We’ll be reading more than one book, sometimes at the same time, so students can compare them to each other. © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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Classroom Examples of Rigor When they answer a question, students will be asked to show where they found the answer in the story/article/text. © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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Classroom Examples of Rigor Your sons and daughters will be writing a lot! © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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Classroom Examples of Rigor They’ll be using problem-solving in math, not just memorizing facts. © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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Classroom Examples of Rigor On their homework, they will be asked to explain their answers. © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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Classroom Examples of Rigor If something is too easy, we’ll move your son/daughter to more challenging work. The goal is higher learning. © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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What about Grades? © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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We focus more on learning than on grades. © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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What about Grades? There will still be a grading scale (A, B, C, etc.) or standards-based grading (choose what you will use). © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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What about Grades? If work is challenging, your son/daughter probably won’t make 100 on everything. However, they can still make an A. © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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What about Grades? At times, students will be given the opportunity to redo work to show understanding and improve grades. © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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What Can I Do? © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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Praise for effort and progress. © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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Don’t panic over a couple of lower grades; look at overall work. © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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Encourage your son/daughter to keep up with and do their best work. © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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If you son/daughter asks you to look at their homework and tell them if it’s “right,” ask them to explain their answer before you tell them. © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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Talk to the teacher(s). It always helps to understand what is happening. © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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We want to challenge each student to do his or her best! © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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Questions? © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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For More Information: Insert Contact Information Here © Taylor & Francis 2014. For use by purchasers of Rigor in Your Classroom.

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