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Evan Payne GCISD Instructional Coach
Complete this statement based on the concepts you learned today. 1.Take 15 seconds to reflect and really think about everything that you experienced today. 2.Complete this statement writing a detailed sentence that clearly describes your learning. You are allowed to write two or more sentences to further explain your thinking.
Construct a ONE sentence summary that explains the most important thing about our lesson today.
Take 15 seconds to think about what you have learned today. You will have two minutes to write …..
Write a short reflection on what you learned today through this experience or lesson.
Insert your question here. State your opinion and then explain why you agree or disagree.
How is this picture like what you learned today?
How is what we learned today like... a kitchen item?an animal? a food item?a hobby?
Clear = I get it! Buggy = I understand it for the most part, but a few things are still unclear. Muddy = I don’t get it at all. Explain your thinking!
What are two things you like about your partner’s work? What is one suggestion (or wish) for improvement on your partner’s work?
Use your hand to signal the depth of understanding after today’s lesson. I do not understand what we learned at all today. I understand completely!
Write down one to two ideas that were the least clear (or a little muddy) today during our lesson.
Jot down at least one to two real-world applications for what we learned today. How is this important to me outside of the classroom or how can this be applied in a real- world situation?
Choose a corner based on your level of expertise! Discuss your progress with others. Based on your knowledge of _______, which corner would you choose? 1.Corner 1: The Dirt Road – There’s so much dust I can’t see where I’m going... Help! 2.Corner 2: The Paved Road – It’s fairly smooth, but there are many potholes along the way. 3.Corner 3: The Highway – I feel fairly confident, but have an occasional need to slow down. 4.Corner 4: The Interstate – I’m traveling along and could easily give directions to someone else. Corner 1 meet with 3 & Corner 2 meet 4
Sticky Note Write down two or three answers to the following question: Very quickly, everyone will share one of the ideas on their sticky note as we go around the room. If your idea has been shared – you may pass. Type your question here.
1.Place the topic we have learned about today in the center of the circle. 2.In the outer circle write down words and phrases that explain what you learned about this topic today. Using the piece of paper provided, construct a Circle Map.
1. Make a list of the five most important words or short phrases that describe what you learned today. 2. Rank this list in order from the most important to the least. Start with 1 as the most important.
3 things I learned about ______. 2 questions I still have about ______ are … 1 way I see ______.
C = comprehension A = affective (causing emotion or feeling) S = surprise H = help Reflect on the passage, article, or video using the following questions.
We will now reflect on today’s learning. Quickly write a sentence that starts with: “I used to think ____________ about _______, but now I know ______________________.”
Reflect on the passage, article, or video using the following questions. Questions: When you get the note passed to you, respond to the question with one to two sentences. We will continue passing this paper along until I call time.
We will now think about our learning today. Let’s reflect on what went well (+) and what did not go so well ( ). Write one thought per sticky note. At the top of each sticky write a plus (+) on one and a delta ( ) on the other. After you write your thoughts place your sticky on the front board in the appropriate place.
? is like a ___________________ because ____________________________________ A simile is figurative language that directly compares two different things usually by using the words “like” or “as.” ? is as __________ as __________ because ____________________________________ Choose one of the following to write about :
Draw a picture that clearly illustrates what you have learned about _________________ today. Your picture will need to stand alone without words or labels.
S = Success (What have you learned that supports success in your learning?) O = On Target (What have you learned that is on target with your beliefs?) S = Synopsis (In three words or less, sum up today’s learning.)
I think today’s lesson is moving too fast for me. I get what we are learning and ready to keep going. I need help from the teacher immediately! I need help from a partner in my classroom. I’m really confused about my learning. I understand and could help someone right next to me! I’m at a u-turn and need to start over again at the beginning. I just need us to slow down a little without stopping.
After today’s learning respond to each of the following: Q is for Questions Write one question you have about today’s lesson. I is for Insights/Ideas Write an insight you have or a new idea you have now based on today’s lesson. C is for Connections Write one statement about how you can connect something you already know about to today’s lesson.
T-T: text-to-text... this text reminds you of something you’ve already read once before. T-W: text to world... this text reminds you of something going on in the world around you. T-S: text-to-self... this text reminds you of something significant in your own life.