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Explicit Instruction: High Leverage Practices that Yield LEARNING Part 4 - Shared screen with speaker view
farnes_peggy
38:18
@Regina-is that a K-12 school?
Regina Bellereide
42:37
At my site, it has been a 9-12, although at its inception, it was supposed to be open to younger grades. My site is in Wainwright; Barrow, the hub, has slots as well. It began this year. Qargiacadmey.org
farnes_peggy
43:20
@Regina that is awsome
Molly Chingliak
43:54
K/1st Math & ELA
Hunter_Kristina
46:09
Even in 2nd!
Kathryn Mansfield
54:31
Close Reading
Katie Straley
54:32
cloze!
Ian Hudson
54:37
Close, partner
Hunter_Kristina
54:38
We do just about all of these depending on the reading.
tcooper
54:44
Choral reading for my 1st grade class.
Beth Sprankle
54:44
Partner & Cloze
Fanny Parker
54:54
Partner Reading at first
Holly Williams
54:56
Close or partner
Jay F
55:04
teacher reads and student follow. as well as vice vera
farnes_peggy
55:06
Cloze, and silent reading/supported
brad.webster UNK
55:12
Cloze and choral
Doreen Dougherty
55:15
cloze
Molly Chingliak
55:18
Teacher read students follow along
Regina Bellereide
55:24
I use all of these; I will choose teams…although my middle schoolers love the partner reading. :)
Lorna Porter
55:33
My 8th grade students were very receptive to Cloze reading. I have good buy in.
Maria Gutleben
55:35
What about whisper reading?
Doreen Dougherty
55:39
cloze
Doreen Dougherty
55:52
cloze
joon
55:53
I’m K-2. Our reading program has students reading same story at the same time (starting at different times). Close reading. Reader’s theater.
Rayna Halverson
55:54
Cloze, partner, and team reading
Hunter_Kristina
56:10
Sometimes we do “Master Reader” and the other students are “Whisper Reader”.
Katherine Burns
56:31
Choral and cloze, partner reads, small group
Mary
56:35
I LOVE the hum of whisper reading around the classroom!
Doreen Dougherty
57:49
Iforgot about whisper reading
Anung'aq
01:01:32
If your school/district uses Springboard, they have great graphic organizers in their resources, and one of them has “Discourse Starters” that are basically sentence stems.
farnes_peggy
01:07:35
I just bought the Writing Revolution. I am excited to read it!
Mary
01:09:01
This would be great for our endangered animals topic
Diana Kurka
01:15:12
This is one of the Options to explore if you are taking the webinar for credit. IES Practice Guide.
Katherine Burns
01:16:25
Use context clues in the sentence or paragraph.
Beth Sprankle
01:16:30
Context clues
Hunter_Kristina
01:16:30
using prefix/sufix or context clues
Katie Straley
01:16:34
context clues
joon
01:16:36
Context clue or break word down to parts
Molly Chingliak
01:16:36
Context cues
Regina Bellereide
01:16:36
affixes
Kathryn Mansfield
01:16:40
Context clues
Fanny Parker
01:16:41
I would probably see what the sentence says about the word
farnes_peggy
01:16:41
context clues, previous knowledge
Ian Hudson
01:16:42
Repeated exposure to new words -
Holly Williams
01:16:43
context clues or roots
Kara Abel
01:16:44
Context clues
Regina Bellereide
01:16:45
Context
Shannon Hudson
01:16:46
Root words
kathleen.abrams
01:16:50
Use context clues
Doreen Dougherty
01:16:55
roots
Anung'aq
01:16:57
Context….break the word down
paula.alvana
01:17:02
I really like students to look for context clues and the word roots.
Lorna Porter
01:17:03
Root words (looking for what they know in what they don’t know and context).
kathy.freeman
01:17:04
Break down in to word parts defining the parts and reassembling definitions of each part for a literal definition.
Alice Rearden
01:17:37
In Yugtun, I highlight and let hem take notes on the meanings of the postbases and suffixes as well as the noun or verb base.
Regina Bellereide
01:17:43
learners dictionary is a fabulous tool to help them as they read (formerly ELL dictionary, if I remember correctly)—just for that extra support
Jay F
01:20:39
Thanks
Mary
01:32:16
Thank you for this list of Common Latin & Greek Roots
farnes_peggy
01:47:30
It says the host has stopped my video
Maria Gutleben
01:49:20
And the. kayake
Deirdre Washburn
01:50:44
Absolutely
Maria Gutleben
01:51:26
Lost a lot to malaria too
Katherine Burns
01:55:28
Shapes
brad.webster UNK
01:55:38
Athens and Sparta
Jay F
01:55:41
compare and contrast drawing and painting
Katherine Burns
01:55:42
Fossils in different layers
Fanny Parker
01:55:42
climate
Ian Hudson
01:55:46
DTC vs clinical genetic testing
Holly Williams
01:55:46
Characters at the beginning and end of a novel
Kathryn Mansfield
01:55:46
Debatable and non debatable claims
Doreen Dougherty
01:55:51
Inventions then and now
Fanny Parker
01:55:58
butterfly cycle
Hunter_Kristina
01:55:58
fiction and nonfiction text structures
Kathryn Mansfield
01:55:59
Comparing and contrasting two argumentative texts my 8th graders read
Allison W
01:56:07
personal needs versus community needs
Kara Abel
01:56:08
Condominance and incomplete dominance in genetics
Regina Bellereide
01:56:11
Author’s styles
Lorna Porter
01:56:12
Personification and simile
Mary
01:56:13
Compare-Contrast the Lorax & the Onceler characters
Anung'aq
01:56:15
State Constitutions written right after Reconstruction to the ones that came up later after the Amnesty Clause was passed.
Anne Magalsky
01:56:17
Careful versus careless
joon
01:56:17
Insect unit—K’s butterfly/dog. 1st grade butterfly and beetle 2nd butterfly and bee
kathy.freeman
01:56:22
Appropriate behavior, inappropriate behavior
Diana Kurka
01:56:39
We will send the chat box on to you!
Katie Straley
01:56:48
simple and compound sentences
Regina Bellereide
01:56:49
socially acceptable/socially unacceptable (SEL mini lesson)
Alice Rearden
01:57:07
I had the students do a double bubble map comparing weather phenomenon during the seasons to get them to speak.
Fanny Parker
01:57:24
renewable resource to nonrenewable resources
farnes_peggy
01:57:34
today we compare/contrasted subsistance food/hunting/gathering with food you buy in the store. One of our teachers has been skinning seals and ptarmigan this week
Elizabeth Smith
01:57:48
Long ago/today
Fanny Parker
01:58:16
compare village to city grocery prices
Molly Chingliak
01:58:38
Ways to travel
joon
02:09:25
Because but so
Holly Williams
02:09:26
Retrieval Note Taking
Katie Straley
02:09:28
The use of compare and contrast frequently to encourage higher order thinking.
farnes_peggy
02:09:29
I liked the sentence starters you gave us about Kenya
Kathryn Mansfield
02:09:30
I liked the idea of using two column notes
Shannon Hudson
02:09:36
Explicitly teaching study skills
Beth Sprankle
02:09:39
Because but so
Ian Hudson
02:09:40
Sentence expansion. Topic senates and students create a who, what, where, when, why
Hunter_Kristina
02:09:43
teaching how to use the flash cards.
Lorna Porter
02:09:44
I think my students’ writing will really benefit from ‘Sentence Expansion’.
brad.webster UNK
02:09:45
BBS
Fanny Parker
02:09:45
I have to learn more about Retrival Notetaking
Alice Rearden
02:09:48
Because, but, so
Doreen Dougherty
02:09:49
More direct teaching of voabulary
farnes_peggy
02:09:50
Because-but-so
EJ Dorsey
02:09:50
Because but so, in the context of disciplinary literacy. Science!
Molly Chingliak
02:09:52
i like the idea for using organizers
Kara Abel
02:09:52
I like the note taking retrieval practice because I think it is so powerful and not something I had thought of!!!!
Casey Stevens
02:09:53
Read write speak every day
Anne Magalsky
02:09:53
Compare and contrast as a way to get feedback on student comprehension of reading, or of a topic
Hunter_Kristina
02:09:55
becuase, but, so
Becky
02:09:56
Compare/contrast every day
Anung'aq
02:09:59
I liked the chart that had the progression of the reading skills/practices from least challenging to most challenging and growth minded.
Elizabeth Smith
02:10:00
Cloze reading
Mary
02:10:02
I will use the because-but-so
Deirdre Washburn
02:10:05
I loved the way you modeled, we could model, what we are learning. Guided learning. You are very calm when modeling
Fanny Parker
02:10:05
compare/contrast more
Allison W
02:10:05
I like the idea of everyone teaching vocabulary directly and boosting background knowledge.
Regina Bellereide
02:10:08
I know the last slide about how reading differs across the disciplines would really be useful for a PLC!
Maria Gutleben
02:10:13
The writing components of writing everyday
kathy.freeman
02:10:17
More explicit teaching study skills and vocabulary
Rayna Halverson
02:10:20
Does it have to be just one thing????
Fanny Parker
02:10:36
academic vocabulary
iPhone
02:10:49
Sorry Kathy, that was to everyone
Anung'aq
02:10:54
Super fun practice on developing vocabulary…and I can totally see myself using that style.
Regina Bellereide
02:11:33
I appreciate the background knowledge to increase comprehensible input.
Anung'aq
02:12:08
Every day! Every class! We read, we write, we speak!
Fanny Parker
02:12:09
Thank you
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02:12:22
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Rayna Halverson
02:14:39
Always amazing to watch you model Anita. Thank you for all of your useful and helpful ideas for the classroom.
Deirdre Washburn
02:14:50
Have a great night. Thank you!
kathy.freeman
02:14:55
Thank you