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Engagement: Getting the kids involved using Multiple Response Strategies
Transcript of Engagement: Getting the kids involved using Multiple Response Strategies
Maypearl High School
DOL: Lesson Plans
Numbers 4-6 on Response Card
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Multiple Response Strategies
1. Response Cards
3. Modified Whip-Around
4. Think-Pair Share
5. Quick Response
6. Table Talk
7. Oral/Choral Response
8. White Board
1. Participants will be able to summarize
Multiple Response Strategies.
2. Participants will be able to select appropriate
Multiple Response Strategies to increase the level
of engagement in their lesson activities
Please get out next week's lesson plans. Please find
areas where you could improve student engagement, by adding appropriate MRS, in your lesson activities.
Please list 3 ways I could have improved this
Please give to me before you leave.
We will tie our actions and behaviors to our Core Values, for if values are not practiced, they will not become habit. If they are not manifested in observable behavior, they will remain words on a page.
Making Sense of the Core Values
*At each table there is one MHS Core Value
On the front please write all the actions/behaviors that the staff will manifest to solidify the core value. On the back you will write what you think the administrative staff must do to solidify the core value.
1. On a white board, participant will list all eight
Multiple Response Strategies.
2. Participants will take next week lesson
plans and and incorporate at least one
or more MRS for lesson activities.
Table talk, then a modified whip-around. We will have 5 minutes
Spot Instrument and Rubric
A response card requires a student to
write a brief answer to a question.
Write your name, number 1-3 on the
front 4-5 on the back. Leave plenty of room for writing responses.
*This can be used throughout your entire lesson.
*Each response is meant to be QUICK!
*Can be used as a formative assessment or as a Demonstration of Learning (DOL).
*Can invite individual oral response, pair share &/or Table Talk
Requires a quick response from each student. Students are given up to a minute to formulate an answer and then a few seconds to respond in succession.
Use this strategy when there is a list or several
different answers. Use this 2-3 times per class.
Whip-around: how have you used this in your class, or how will you now use it your class?
Modified WHIP-AROUND (M.R.S.)
Similar to the Whip-around, except students with similar answers sit down once their answer is given by another student.
Strategy used to promote
purposeful and relevant conversations between two or three students.
Think-Pair-Share with you neighbor and discuss when you have used think-pair-share in your classroom, and have you called it by any other name.
Response strategy for a small group (3-5) that focuses student discussions.
High energy, fun, response strategy,
requiring students to respond in unison.
Response strategy that supports multiple learning modalities (visual, kinesthetic, auditory) while
teacher provides immediate feedback during a
check for understanding.
DOL: On your white board
please list all eight Multiple
Response strategy used to encourage all students
to process information, formulate their responses,
and provide a quick response when called upon.
We will do this for ten minutes. When
timer is up, please turn to your neighbor and share where you added
Please email to me revised lesson plan
with the MRS highlighted.