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Fundamental 5: Chapter 8

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Tiffany Winters

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By: Tiffany, Cynthia, Megan, Beatriz & Vallerie Chapter 8: New Beginnings When the five practices are used as a cohesive unit, it forms effective instruction.
If teachers would use the fundamental 5 properly in their classroom, many problems with students such as behavior and academic performance, would become more effective.
Research has proven that the Fundamental Five has been adopted as a core instructional framework for many schools.
In this chapter, it states from data collected, the most significant change is Fundamental Five staff training coupled with a focus on increasing the frequency of the use of the F5 practices in classrooms. Interesting
Information The overall passing rates for students on the TAKS test before and after the staff were trained on the use of the Fundamental Five practices of effective instruction Tables When beginning the Fundamental Five, there will always be difficulties that have to be overcome.
The changing of a persons habits and practices is one of the most difficult to change
When it comes to looking at school improvement, the adult behavior is the most difficult to change.
This is the leading indicator
Changing the student's behavior follows the adults
This is the lagging indicator
The CLASSROOM TEACHER is the most adaptable, engaging and creative tool at the student's disposal
The teacher is the one who focuses, works and executes on the fundamentals Leading and Lagging Indicators Tested Subject Reading
Writing
Mathematics
Science 2009 Passing rate
90%
92%
93%
86% 2010 Passing rate
93%
93%
98%
96% Change
+3
+1
+5
+10 Hairgrove Elementary TAKS scores Lee Elementary TAKS scores Tested Subject
Reading
Writing
Mathematics
Science 2009 Passing rate
88%
92%
93%
91% 2010 Passing rate
92%
95%
97%
95% Change
+4
+3
+4
+4 Some reasons why teacher's don't implement the Fundamental 5 Increasing in class size
Decreasing in resources
Fear of implementing new instructional strategies To sum it all up... Poll

http://www.polleverywhere.com/my/polls#!/my/polls. Activity Framing a lesson has a positive impact on instructional planning
Working in the power zone improves student discipline and on-task behavior
small group, purposeful talks that occur frequently about learning increase both the rigor and relevance of classroom instructions
Improves student retention of content
Recognition and reinforcement improve performance and behavior of students
Writing critically also increases rigor and relevance of classroom instruction
Also improves student literacy skills
FUNDAMENTAL FIVE IMPROVES THE QUALITY OF CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION, STUDENT BEHAVIOR, AND IMPROVES STUDENT RETENTION OF THE MATERIAL! THINK.
WORK.
ACHIEVE.
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