3 Fist Bump Praises Turkey: Partner A is the body (Closed Fist) Partner B are the feathers (Open Hand)Reindeer: Partner A are the antlers (Two Open Hands)Partner B is the head (Closed Fist)Snail: Partner A is the body (Closed Fist)Partner B are the antenna (Two Fingers)Snowman: Partner A is the Head and Bottom (Two Fists)Partner B is the Body (One Fist)Jelly Fish: Partner A and B Fist bump and float away saying (BLOOP, BLOOP, BLOOP)
4 Classbuilding Teambuilding Know, accept and like each otherFeel a sense of belongingTeambuildingFeel sense of team identity, support, belonging
5 Give One – Get One Everyone will need a pencil to write with As a group fill in the Give One column by coming to a consensusWhen the Give One Column is done stand up as a groupWhen all groups are standing teacher gives a signal to Hand Up and Pair UpGreet (Person with longest hair shares and the other person writes what they shared in the Get One Column)Reverse RolesPraise and Part to find a new personIf paper is filled stand on the perimeter of the room to act as a sage if anyone left needs help
6 Give One – Get One Teambuilding When time is called return to groupsPerson 1 shares an ideaContinuous Round Robin (verbal) until the teacher says stop
7 Reflection: Timed Round Robin (#3) Think Time: “Which of the following academic functions would this structure work best for?”Knowledge Building:Facts and InformationProcedure Learning:Skills and ProceduresProcessing Information:Make Meaning, Display Understanding, Digest ContentThinking Skills:Compare/Contrast, Brainstorm, Evaluate, Cause/EffectPresenting Information:Book Reports/Projects
8 Do you know your Seven Keys? Think Time: What are the Seven Key Concepts for KAGAN?Signal: Write what you think they are and a short explanation of eachStopSignal: Rally Robin Say what you believe is one of the seven keys and a one sentence description of it.Snowman
9 TEAMS A:17 Homogeneous Forming Teams Heterogeneous High High Medium Low MediumLowEvery 6 WeeksHomogeneousHeterogeneousStudent-SelectedRandom
10 Classbuilding Fun = 1 time a week Content = as needed Know, accept and like each otherFeel a sense of belonging
11 Teambuilding At least 2 times a week E Z for All Feel sense of team identity, support, belonging
13 Social Skills Roles and Gambits Modeling Reinforcement Reflection and PlanningPractice
14 PIES Cooperative Learning Follow the steps Make sure PIES is in every structure
15 Structures A structure… Organizes classroom instruction. Implements PIES.
16 When the music starts move stand up, push your chair in, put your hand up and move slowly around the roomWhen the music stops high five the closest person, greet them, and put your hands to your sideTimed Pair Share 30 secondsThe person wearing the most jewelry will go firstPerson A shares for 30 seconds what they know about the 7 Key ConceptsPerson B when time is up says “You really remembered a lot of information”
17 PIES Mean? Students Feel? Does one Doing Well Help others? What does it Stand for?Mean?Students Feel?PPositive InterdependenceDoes one Doing Well Help others?Are they on the same side?Does task completion depend on everyone?Do they need each other?IIndividual AccountabilityMust everyone perform in front of someone?Can students hide?EEqual ParticipationIs participation approximately equal?Do students feel they have equal status?SSimultaneous InteractionWhat percent are talking or writing in the moment?
18 Academic Functions Turn to page B:3 in your binder Look at your assigned Academic FunctionOn your own write your own definition of what that academic function helps students acquireTurn in your books to Chapter 6 page 24Use that page to list 3 structures that cover this academic functionPerson 1 Knowledge BuildingPerson 2 Procedure LearningPerson 3 Processing InformationPerson 4 Thinking SkillsIf there is a person 5 Presenting Information
19 One Stray Timed Round Table When signal is given person 2 in each group will stand upEach group will beckon for a new person number 2 to come to their groupPerson 2 shares their Academic Function for 30 secondsWhen signal is given person 4 in each group will stand upEach group will beckon for a new person number 4 to come to their groupPerson 4 shares their Academic Function for 30 secondsPerson 1 shares for 30 secondsPerson 3 shares for 30 seconds
20 Processing One Stray Binder B:48 New Teams are formedMusic will play and by the time it is done the following should be completedNew Team Members should be at new tableEveryone should be in the binder Section B page 48Social Skills: AcceptanceIdeas: Fact Checking (Any Content)Management Tip: Make sure they go to a group they have not been in beforeDI Hints: Color Code Students so that they end in a group they have not been in before
21 Teambuilding Roundtable Turn in your binder to B:72Person Number 3 take out this page for the whole groupClose BindersPerson number 1 will go first and ask if the group likes something that they like “Example: Do you all like ice cream?”If everyone does person number one writes it in the center. If only two people like ice cream write it in the number 2 quadrantContinue to go around by passing the paper to the next person until you hear stopIdeas: Pets, Places to Visit, Objects, Animals
22 Round TableWhen the signal is given person number 1 will look at the things that the team has in common and write down three of those words as a suggestion for a team nameThe team will pass around and fill in some team name suggestions until the teacher says stopThe team will then work as a group to do the following:Come to a consensus on the best team nameA Team handshake or ActionTeam Sound or Cheer
23 What is the purpose of Teambuilding? At least 2 times a weekFeel sense of team identity, support, belonging
25 Team CompetitionPerson Number 4 will need a dry erase marker and a white boardPerson Number 4 will start the competition and then pass to the next personI will say a numberExample “36” Acceptable No reverse factsPerson number 4 will record a way to make that number and then pass it to 1Person number 1 repeats with a new way to make that number and so onWhen I stay stop whichever group has the most ways to make that number is the winner
27 Social Skills Binder E:2 Teacher A : DisciplineProblems/Sitting in RowsTeacher CWin Win DisciplineAll Students
28 Rationale for Social Skills Why are there fewer disruptions? Go with BASIC NEEDSStudents want to talk and moveTraditional: Sit Down Be QuietCooperative LearningProvides Movements: Class Builders EnergizersSocial interactionsBasic needs are metEngagement TimeEngaged students don’t have time to be disruptive!
29 Binder Section E page 5 What Bothers you? Fill in the page by yourself for two minutesTimed Pair Share
30 Social Skills Development (E3) Roles and GambitsRoles are the jobsGambits are what the students “Say” or “Do”ModelingTeacher and Student or Student to Student or TeamReinforcement: Catch them being goodReflections and PlanningStop during structures to point out what is being done that you likeStructures and StructuringPick Structures with social skill in mindCan add a Social Skill to any structure
31 Inside Outside CircleTeammates who are “A” will stand up behind their chairsWhen signal is given form an inner circle facing outwardTeammates who are “B” will stand up behind their chairsWhen signal is given they will form an outer circle facing a person in the inner circleTeacher stands in the middleBoth circles will face the center to listen for directions
32 Inside Outside CircleTeacher will either ask a question or have pre-made question cardsStudents will turn to each other, greet each other, and answer questionFormat can be Quiz Quiz Trade, Timed Share, or Rally RobinStudent when done face center so the teacher knows all students are listeningTeacher gives direction on how many people to moveProcess starts again
33 dClassbuilding: What are some fun things you like to do? (Rally Robin)Knowledge Building: Quiz-Quiz TradeThinking Skills: What are some of the serious issues facing education today? (Timed Pair Share)
34 Processing Inside Outside Circle Binder B:34 Ideas:Vocabulary (Any Content)Social Skills:ListeningTaking TurnsManagement:Make sure students face in when doneDI Hints:Form smaller circles to differentiate the questions
35 Jot Thoughts Use when brainstorming! Take a 3x5 card and fold it into fourthsTear the paper on the folded linesYou should have 4 pieces of paperThink Time: Think about facts that you know about Summer. What might it be like if it was summer all year round and the effects it might have on the earth?Anyone can start.Say an idea, write it down, and place it in the middle of the tableContinue until all the pieces of paper are goneIf done early categorize your thoughts
36 Jot Thought Example: Great Places to go on vacation Class Example: What are things you find in your refrigerator?Knowledge Building: What are some of the challenges that today’s youth will face in the future?
37 Rally Variations Binder B:55 Rally RobinList activities you can do in the cold or snowRally TableThink of adverbs. Make a listRally coachSimultaneous Rally TableThink about spiders. Begin to list as many things you can about spiders
38 Round Table Variations B:71 Single Round Table: 1 Paper 1 PencilWhat is a characteristic of a reptile?Continuous Round Table 1 Paper 1 PencilWrite and solve a multiplication fact you knowSimultaneous Round TableStart a story out by saying “One day on my way to school…”Ideas
39 Model And Practice Person 1: Timed RoundRobin Person 2: Simultaneous RallyTablePerson 3: AllWrite RoundRobinPerson 4: Simultaneous RoundTable
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