3-2-1 - The Teacher Toolkit Printed from This strategy provides a structure for students to record their own comprehension and summarize their learning. It also gives teachers the opportunity to identify areas that need re-teaching, as well as areas of student interest. How to use 1. After the lesson, have each student record three things he or she learned from the lesson. 2. Next, have students record two things that they found interesting and that they’d like to learn more about. 3. Then, have students record one question they still have about the material. 4. Finally, the most important step is to review the students’ responses. *For Primary Grades PK-1, this strategy should be used in whole-group rather than as an independent task, with the teacher charting ideas. When to use Use Three-Two-One at any time during a lesson to encourage students to think about their learning: Variations Compare and Contrast 3-2-1 Reading 3-2-1 Pyramid 3-2-1
Discussion Questions for Any Book - Critical Thinking in Literature Highlights Back to School Welcome back to school! Check out our list of Top 10 Things Every Teacher Needs, Bulletin Board Ideas, plus our collections of Icebreakers, Behavior Management Resources, Graphic Organizers, and much, much, more! Roald Dahl Day September 13 marks 100 years since beloved children's author Roald Dahl was born. Celebrate his life by reading the many amazing masterpieces he wrote in his lifetime, including Matilda, James and the Giant Peach, and The BFG. 2016 Presidential Elections Election season is here. September Calendar of Events September is full of events that you can incorporate into your standard curriculum! The Workshop Model: Tips and Strategies for Your Classroom Hey Y'all! I'm Ashley from over at Primary Teacherhood! I can't believe I am over here at Minds in Bloom, guest blogging for Rachel. Today, I'm here to share a few tips and strategies for using the workshop model in your classroom, across the curriculum. Why don’t I start by telling you what the Workshop Model is? The Workshop Model was originally developed to by Carmen Farina and Lucy Calkins as a way to teach writing but is now used for every subject in many districts. Components of the Workshop Model What do these components look like? In my second grade classroom, we use the workshop model for everything! The Gradual Release of Responsibility Now you wouldn't just start and throw your kids into 60 minutes of work time- any excellent teacher knows that (I know you are all fabulous!). So, Why Workshop? I know what you are thinking. Here are some other reasons why this structure is beneficial. Getting Started with Workshop Another article about Reader's Workshop.
Tips and resources for supporting struggling readers SmartBlogs The Common Core State Standards Initiative focuses on rigor and raising expectation in classrooms nationwide. It calls for an increase in reading complexity for students of all ages. As principals and teachers work hard to ensure their curricula are standards aligned, are struggling readers at risk of being left behind? The 10th reading standard says that by the end of the year, students will read and comprehend texts at their respective grade level independently and proficiently. The common core website provides guidance on Page 4 of Appendix A, where readers will find a chart with updated information about text complexity by grade band and associate measures. As a classroom teacher, it is immensely challenging to ensure that all students get what they need at their level, especially in large classes. There is a common misconception that in fourth or fifth grade, teachers can stop teaching decoding. You know your learners.
Printouts Home › Classroom Resources › Printouts Go offline with this collection of our best printable sheets from assessments to organizers—all of them classroom-tested and easy to use. Graphic Organizers See All These printouts help students brainstorm, analyze, and organize their ideas. Grades 3 – 8 | Printout K-W-L Chart This K-W-L Chart, which tracks what a student knows (K), wants to know (W), and has learned (L) about a topic, can be used before, during, and after research projects. Writing Starters See All Help jumpstart students writing with these printouts. Diamante Poem This tool will allow your students to create a diamante poem by reflecting on their knowledge of a topic and by using nouns, verbs, and adjectives in a creative manner. Assessment Tools See All Whether you need a rubric or a self-assessment sheet, you can find it here. Informational Sheets See All These helpful printouts provide information on topics ranging from podcasts to presentations, and more. more K-W-L Creator Diamante Poems
Psykologilexikon - lexikon - ordbok i psykologi - hitta förklaringen till ordet här Eng: Socratic question [sɒˈkrætɪk ˈkwestʃən, səʊˈkrætɪk ˈkwestʃən]. Fråga av den typ som används i sokratisk frågeteknik (eng: Socratic questioning, Socratic questioning technique), sokratisk samtalsstil, sokratisk metod (eng: Socratic method, Socratic dialogue, method of elenchus, elenctic method, Socratic irony), uppkallad efter den grekiske filosofen Sokrates (470-399 f Kr). Sokratisk frågeteknik består enligt en vanlig missuppfattning i konsten att ställa frågor av typen: "Varför säger du det?" Sokratisk metod Eng: Socratic method, Menthod of Elenchus, Socratic debate I Platons dialoger får man dock en annan bild av Sokrates. I till exempel dialogen Menon dribblar han provokativt med Menons åsikter. Dialektik Eng: dialectics Sokrates frågeteknik var alltså en helt annan än den som rekommenderas i nutida undervisning, psykoterapi och coaching. Maieutik Eng: maieutics En högre sanning Den högsta sanningen är att veta att vi egentligen ingenting vet.
Key Comprehension Strategies to Teach Click the "References" link above to hide these references. 1. Dole, J. A., Duffy, G. G., Roehler, L. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 16. Stärk språket Stärk lärandet Scaffolding Language, Scaffolding Learning - Teaching Second Language Learners in the Mainstream Classroom Gibbons, Pauline Hallgren och Fallgren, tredje upplagan, 2013. Hur ska man som lärare arbeta för att nå alla elever i ett heterogent och mångkulturellt klassrum? Hur kan man arbeta så att undervisningen blir både språk- och kunskapsutvecklande? Boken är närmast att betrakta som en handbok för alla lärare som arbetar med flerspråkiga elever och används flitigt i lärarutbildningar i svenska som andraspråk. Sedan 2006 finns boken även i svensk översättning. Studiehandledningar Till boken Stärk språket Stärk lärandet har Nationellt centrum för svenska som andraspråk utarbetat en studiehandledning, som är tänkt att fungera som underlag för bearbetning av innehållet.