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1 Curriculum & Instructional Strategies Session 5 What we have learned from others becomes our own reflection. Ralph Waldo Emerson Write your reflections in your Idea Cookbook, and we’ll discuss it when everyone is finished.

2 Beginning Class Items AnnouncementsAnnouncements Book shareBook share Article shareArticle share General thoughts or commentsGeneral thoughts or comments Anyone change any personal information?Anyone change any personal information? Anyone have a job to report?Anyone have a job to report?

3 A science teacher, Mrs. Lyles, concludes a lecture as follows: As you recall, we started out last week learning about different types of ecological communities, and now we’ve examined the food chains that exist in ecological communities. Next time, we’ll begin exploring ways in which the actions of humans can affect those food chains. Some of the ways were suggested in today’s lesson when we discussed the strong interdependence among the species in food chains and communities. The primary benefit of this type of conclusion is that it: A.prompts students to assess their own learning and identify potential areas of misunderstanding B.helps students see how content covered over time ties together and makes a coherent whole C.promotes students’ recognition of the importance and relevance of the content being taught D.summarizes for students the key concepts they should have learned about a topic

4 A science teacher, Mrs. Lyles, concludes a lecture as follows: As you recall, we started out last week learning about different types of ecological communities, and now we’ve examined the food chains that exist in ecological communities. Next time, we’ll begin exploring ways in which the actions of humans can affect those food chains. Some of the ways were suggested in today’s lesson when we discussed he strong interdependence among the species in food chains and communities. The primary benefit of this type of conclusion is that it: A.prompts students to assess their own learning and identify potential areas of misunderstanding B.helps students see how content covered over time ties together and makes a coherent whole C.promotes students’ recognition of the importance and relevance of the content being taught D.summarizes for students the key concepts they should have learned about a topic

5 A number of students arrive in Mr. Duket’s government class one morning debating the results of a federal election that are being contested nationwide. The class is due to study election-related content later in the semester as part of a carefully planned instructional sequence. Which of the following would be Mr. Duket’s best response in this situation? A.Begin the class by praising students for their interest in the election and urging them to continue pursuing that interest; then have them turn their attention to the planned lesson. B.Devote this class period, and additional periods as appropriate, to addressing principles and issues related to the current public debate. C.Assure students that the class will address the election in depth after they have progressed through a series of prerequisite lessons. D.Encourage interested students to begin collecting election-related information in preparation for writing their final term paper.

6 A number of students arrive in Mr. Duket’s government class one morning debating the results of a federal election that are being contested nationwide. The class is due to study election-related content later in the semester as part of a carefully planned instructional sequence. Which of the following would be Mr. Duket’s best response in this situation? A.Begin the class by praising students for their interest in the election and urging them to continue pursuing that interest; then have them turn their attention to the planned lesson. B.Devote this class period, and additional periods as appropriate, to addressing principles and issues related to the current public debate. C.Assure students that the class will address the election in depth after they have progressed through a series of prerequisite lessons. D.Encourage interested students to begin collecting election-related information in preparation for writing their final term paper.

7 The Essential Nine Binder (pp ) Kronowitz (pp ) Curriculum & Instructional Strategies Session 5

8 Homework and Practice Chapter 5 from Marzano’s Book Classroom Instruction That Works Curriculum & Instructional Strategies Session 5

9 Building Curiosity Binder (p. 36) Curriculum & Instructional Strategies Session 5

10 A Teacher’s Checklist Binder (p. 54) Curriculum & Instructional Strategies Session 5

11 Assessment: An Introduction Binder (Appendix) Curriculum & Instructional Strategies Session 5

12 32 Mistakes Teachers Make and Want to Avoid Binder (Appendix) Curriculum & Instructional Strategies Session 5

13 Cooperative Group Activities Binder (Appendix) Curriculum & Instructional Strategies Session 5

14 Discuss your mini-teach ideas Curriculum & Instructional Strategies Session 5

15 After the break, the remaining class time is yours to collaborate on your mini teaches. Curriculum & Instructional Strategies Session 5


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