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Catch and Release

June 3

Tammy Starosto

on 3 June 2013

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Transcript of Catch and Release

Mini-Lesson teacher provides direct instruction for the whole class

Guiding question for planning:
What do students need from the teacher to work with more depth and stamina than they would alone? Opening opportunity to share the day's learning targets and set the stage for the day

Guiding questions for planning:
What will hep students connect one day to the next?
How will the teacher share specific of what and why students are learning today? 4 Basic Parts to the Workshop Model
Work time
Debriefing Work Time students get to dig in and practice the learning; the most important part of the workshop and the longest period of time

Students: read, write, and/or talk to get smarter about content and the learning goal

Teacher: confers with individuals and small groups to get smarter about his/her students

Guiding questions for planning:
What will students DO? What will they read, write, or talk about to get smarter? What concrete evidence of "getting smarter" will they produce? A quick, whole-class "time-out" from work time to model or share a strategy that will help them re-engage in work. Debriefing At the end of the workshop and gives students an opportunity to be metacognitive as they synthesize, reflect, on and name what they have learned for the day Catch and Release:
A Workshop Model Students do the majority of the work by reading, writing, and thinking. Planned in advance: to scaffold multiple tasks or texts in a lesson in support of the learning goal

Unplanned: used to clarify confusion, misconceptions, or share thinking the teacher noticed as she confers with students Guiding questions for planning: What do students need to KEEP working? What will hep them build their stamina and work smarter to gain knowledge, improve theirs skills, and deepen understanding? Catch Release - More work time Should include both a share-out and a synthesis of learning Guiding questions for planning:
What did students accomplish?
How did students get smarter?
What do students need next?
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