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The 5-E Method: Enhancing Education Bethany Birch Navasota High School Bethany Birch Navasota High School

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我听见 我忘记 我看见 我记住 我做 我了解 Tell me and I'll forget. Show me and I may remember. Involve me and I'll understand. Tell me and I'll forget. Show me and I may remember. Involve me and I'll understand.

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What is 5-E? A method of teaching suitable for people of all ages that builds on previous learning.

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What is 5-E? / Engage: Get the student interested in topic / Explore: Students to look into the concept / Explain: Students explain what have learned / Elaborate: More information is given, students can practice their skills / Evaluate: Assessment of understanding by student and teacher / Engage: Get the student interested in topic / Explore: Students to look into the concept / Explain: Students explain what have learned / Elaborate: More information is given, students can practice their skills / Evaluate: Assessment of understanding by student and teacher

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What is “Engage”? / Get the students involved and interested in the topic. / Help the students understand why the information is useful. / Get the students involved and interested in the topic. / Help the students understand why the information is useful.

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Do these students look engaged?

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Engaging 5-E -Think of a time you have been very bored in class. Was there anything special about that class? Can you even remember a specific day in that class? Did you learn anything?

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How do we “Engage”? / At the beginning of the lesson SHOW something interesting. / Connect past learning to the current lesson. / Come up with some activities that grab students attention (class discussion, group work, etc…) / At the beginning of the lesson SHOW something interesting. / Connect past learning to the current lesson. / Come up with some activities that grab students attention (class discussion, group work, etc…)

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What is “Explore”? / This phase lets students experience and research so they learn the concepts and skills.

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How do we “Explore”? / There are many ways to let students explore. / Computer labs, articles, videos, gallery walks, learning stations and research posters are some great tools. / There are many ways to let students explore. / Computer labs, articles, videos, gallery walks, learning stations and research posters are some great tools.

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What is “Explain” / Students put what they have learned into their own words. (internalization) / Students learn vocabulary associated with lesson. / Students put what they have learned into their own words. (internalization) / Students learn vocabulary associated with lesson.

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How do we “Explain”? / Worksheets that target vocabulary / Projects / Posters / Reports / Presentations / Digital storytelling / Worksheets that target vocabulary / Projects / Posters / Reports / Presentations / Digital storytelling

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What is “Elaborate” / Allows students to practice their new skills through new experiences. / Let’s students develop a deeper and broader understanding of concepts. / Allows students to practice their new skills through new experiences. / Let’s students develop a deeper and broader understanding of concepts.

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How do we “Elaborate”? / Ask follow up questions / Broaden the scope / Show more applications / Practice target skills / Ask follow up questions / Broaden the scope / Show more applications / Practice target skills

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What is “Evaluate” / Allows both the teacher and the student to assess understanding and learning / Should encompass key concepts. / Allows both the teacher and the student to assess understanding and learning / Should encompass key concepts.

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How do we “Evaluate”? / There are many ways to evaluate learning. / Tests, quizzes, and exams / Poster, papers, and presentations / Games are useful for informal evaluations / There are many ways to evaluate learning. / Tests, quizzes, and exams / Poster, papers, and presentations / Games are useful for informal evaluations

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5-E summary / Engage: Get them interested / Explore: Get them looking / Explain: Get them saying / Elaborate: Get them practicing / Evaluate: Get them tested! / Engage: Get them interested / Explore: Get them looking / Explain: Get them saying / Elaborate: Get them practicing / Evaluate: Get them tested!

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Questions?

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Break up into groups / In each group use the provided hand out to come up with a 1 class lesson plan using the 5-E model. / Group 1- How Chinese characters work / Group 2- Who was Confucius? / Group 3- China’s rivers / Group 4- How to greet people in Chinese. / In each group use the provided hand out to come up with a 1 class lesson plan using the 5-E model. / Group 1- How Chinese characters work / Group 2- Who was Confucius? / Group 3- China’s rivers / Group 4- How to greet people in Chinese.

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