InteractiveClassroomStrategiesandStructuresforSuccess Dr.FranciscaSanchez. Summarizing Strategies. Academic Language Functions toolkit copy (1) Literacy Strategies and Vocabulary – Google Drive. Get the Gist with Predictions. Get the Gist. Use Selective Highlighting To Teach Students To Read With A Purpose. Microsoft Word - First Turn.docx - 1august201339015.pdf. Writing in Science. S: Study the problem.
("S" the problem.) The first step is to highlight the question. O: Organize the facts. Science Article Critique Guide - 8th Grade. Science Article Critique - 8th Grade. Microsoft Word - Conclusion RERUN format.docx - Conclusion-RERUN-format. Comprehending science text. I’m incorporating several strategies this year to help my life science students understand written information.
I provide study guides with questions to answer, graphic organizers, and quizzes on the information, but they still don’t seem to comprehend what they read. Do you have any other suggestions? —Mary, Abilene, Texas For many of our students, reading science text (a traditional textbook, a print article, or an online source) with its specialized vocabulary can seem like reading another language. Unlike what students might see in their history classes, the topics in science resources are not usually written in a chronological sequence. With all due respect, it seems like you’re doing a lot of the work for them by designing study guides, selecting graphic organizers, and grading quizzes. In my collaborations with a middle level reading specialist, we had students put questions in the margin (or attach on a sticky note) as they read the material. BioBlog » Mini-posters–>authentic peer review in the classroom.
Miniposter--Jai Hoyer Background and Rationale: Almost 20 years ago, I was fortunate to be invited to my first Bioquest Workshop at Beloit College.
Maura Flannery covered the Bioquest experience in several her columns in the American Biology Teacher. Science Article - 6th Grade. Writing Expository Essays. Introduction: Upon coming into class, the students would realize that for their morning work they would be required to write at least 5 sentences about their favorite season of the year.
These sentences would be written in the students’ writing journals. How to read and understand a scientific paper: a guide for non-scientists. Note: An unabridged version of this article was originally posted on Violent Metaphors, the blog of Dr.
Jennifer Raff. This summary has been posted here with permission, but you can view the original here. To form a truly educated opinion on a scientific subject, you need to become familiar with current research in that field. And to be able to distinguish between good and bad interpretations of research, you have to be willing and able to read the primary research literature for yourself.
Reading and understanding research papers is a skill that every single doctor and scientist has had to learn during graduate school. The Science Penguin: 4 Ways to Integrate Science and Literacy. For a long time, there was a push to rely only on science textbooks to teach science.
Then, we shifted to being completely activity-based. Common Core Teaching and Learning Strategies ELA Grades 6-12 - ela-teach-strat-read-text-6-12.pdf. Sixth Grade Informational Text Strategies for the Common Core. Think-alouds. Microsoft Word - sum it up.doc - sumitup.pdf. CTE Reading Kit II for CD.pmd - Structured Note-taking.pdf. Microsoft Word - Free form mapping.doc - Strategy Share - Free form mapping.pdf. Semantic Feature Analysis. KIM Vocabulary Strategy - 117321. Microsoft Word - Strategy-Pattern Guide - Strategy-Pattern Guide.pdf. Microsoft Word - Strategy-Pattern Guide - Strategy-Pattern Guide.pdf.
Selective Underlining. Strategies for Reading ComprehensionSelective Underlining What Is Selective Underlining?
Well, there's underlining, and there's underlining selectively. [By the way, even though I'm using the word "underlining," you can feel free to know that that also means highlighting.] The way to make underlining useful as a tool for comprehension is for it to be strategic, selective, and purposeful. The underlining must be undertaken toward particular ends. Do you remember how wonderful it was to discover the highlighter, perhaps when you were in college? Strategies - about_point.pdf. Susrd2002's LiveBinders Shelf. Inquiry Chart. Question the Author. Essential Reading Strategies for the Struggling Reader: Activities for an Accelerated Reading Program (Expanded Edition) - essential_reading_strategies_struggling_reader.pdf.
All America Reads: Secondary Reading Strategies - Beers-+during+reading+strategies.pdf. Insert poster - insert.pdf. IBET reading strategy. Using the Jigsaw Cooperative Learning Technique. Grades 3 – 6 | Lesson Plan | Standard Lesson American Folklore: A Jigsaw Character Study Groups of students read and discuss American folklore stories, each group reading a different story.
Using a jigsaw strategy, the groups compare character traits and main plot points of the stories. A diverse selection of American folk tales is used for this lesson, which is adaptable to any text set. Grades 3 – 7 | Lesson Plan | Standard Lesson Strategic Reading and Writing: Summarizing Antislavery Biographies Antislavery heroes are the focus of this lesson. Grades 9 – 12 | Lesson Plan. Questioning the Text. Quick tips, creative ideas, and fun activities that tap into students' end-of-year energy.
We know how it is. As the days get warmer and the end of the year draws near, it's a challenge to keep the learning going and the kids' energy inside the classroom. The last few weeks of school are an intense time. Both you and your students will most likely be feeling the pressure of the final testing period, strong emotions as you come to the end of your year together, and the pull of warm summer days to come. Literary Text - ReQuest aka Stump the Teacher.pdf. Directed Reading Thinking Activity (DRTA)
Magnetsummarydirections1.pdf. Summarizing. Strategies for Reading ComprehensionSummarizing What Is Summarizing?
Summarizing is how we take larger selections of text and reduce them to their bare essentials: the gist, the key ideas, the main points that are worth noting and remembering. Webster's calls a summary the "general idea in brief form"; it's the distillation, condensation, or reduction of a larger work into its primary notions. What Are We Doing When We Summarize? We strip away the extra verbiage and extraneous examples. When You Ask Your Students to Summarize, What Usually Happens? They write down everything they write down next to nothing they give me complete sentences they write way too much they don't write enough they copy word for word What Did You Want Them To Do?
Pull out main ideas focus on key details use key words and phrases break down the larger ideas write only enough to convey the gist take succinct but complete notes. Semantic Maps. Description Semantic mapping is a strategy for graphically representing concepts. Semantic maps portray the schematic relations that compose a concept. It assumes that there are multiple relations between a concept and the knowledge that is associated with the concept. Vocabulary, Concept, Evidence, & Examples. Home » Vocabulary, Concept, Evidence, & Examples D'Alessandro, John; Sorensen, Tim; Homoelle, Bradley; Hodun, Tony Science Teacher;Apr/May2014, Vol. 81 Issue 4, p45 Academic Journal The article discusses the Vocabulary, Concept, Evidence, and Examples (VCEE) method, a reading comprehension strategy that was developed to help U.S. science students become better science readers.
Topics discussed include the term discourse, the alignment of VCEE with the Common Core State Standards for science literacy, and examples of VCEE use in the classroom. Ela-teach-strat-read-text-6-12.pdf. Www.isbe.net/common_core/pdf/ela-teach-strat-read-lit-k-5.pdf. Ways to Improve Science Literacy in Your Classroom Using Technology. Shuana Jordan eLearning Product Manager To help improve the science literacy of your students, enhance your instruction by integrating technology into your classroom. Here are some suggestions you can use to improve science literacy and address some of the key issues you may face in your classroom. Using these techniques could help meet the diverse needs of your students, further student inquiry, and improve student understanding of difficult science topics.
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Different from other presentation apps, 30hands Mobile focuses on the power of storytelling and ITERATIVE CREATIVITY(TM). Drag photos, images or video clips around the desktop into the order of the story. Next, record audio over each image. Recent media reports, including a May 11-14 Washington Post series, have presented a misleading view of the medical care provided to detainees at U - Marking The Text.pdf. Compare & Contrast Map. Grades 6 – 8 | Lesson Plan | Standard Lesson Creative Communication Frames: Discovering Similarities between Writing and Art Graphic organizers assist the development of comparative vocabulary and generate discussions of analogy and metaphor in art as students go on a real or virtual tour of an art gallery.
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