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Transcript of Cheat Sheet
Two more for Olympics symbol Another relative simple organizer. Learned about it from Comp & Content. Kajder suggested screencasting may be a tech-way to employ a KWL. KNOW WANT LEARN Prior knowledge check What do students want to learn? What did students learn? TCI Response Group Visual Discovery Interactive Notebook Experential These strats are taken from the TCI Approach book. While all of them are interesting and I may want to explore them later these are the ones I've either used or may use. 1+2+4=7 Concept
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Tie Down Definition Great way to model classroom discussions and expectations. This can be especially effective with a Fishbowl Discussion (graded or otherwise). Visual Discovery is more than just learning to read images, but seeks to draw students in. Whereas Skills Builder has more to do with the development of skills, especially those mentioned in the SOLs. Both of these can be done effectively using SmartBoards, making the activity far more interactive. This is one strat I am unsure about. I like the idea of notebooks for more than just notes. For graphic organizers, drawing, etc... Great for differetniation. I also like to refer to this as roleplay. This worked especially well for a lesson on lobbying. I've seen it done for Constitutional Conventions and plan to use for mock trials.
Skills Builder Gallion used SmartPals in class.
It allowed students to write over a sheet of paper. Not unlike a transperancy. JUDAISM ISLAM CHRISTIANITY Virtual Learning Environments Edmodo (used)
Moodle (Wife) Places where students can access information about assignments, including due dates. Parents and students can see grades. Teacher may communicate with students and aprents.
Historical Thinking These strats have to do explictly with the bread-n-butter of history courses: primary sources. Thus far, my experience has been limited, since I've been mostly in government courses. These are taken from a variety of sources including Methods, Loewen and others. DBQ I know very little about DBQs, except what I've gleaned from Brandon, but I find them to be interesting. This can be combined with other strats including Response Groups. Discussion Based Questions SCIM-C I especially like this when you use the detective analogy. Historical Crimesolvers! Biographical Sketches Here there are really TWO options: Museum of Me 6 Word Memoir Sort of an extended Show-n-Tell Ran across this online and loved it. Used it to great effect. Some from English cohort have also used. Not only do these serve as great getting to know you activities, they also introduce students to some historical concepts: namely autiobiographies. A pseudo-example An interesting twist on this would be using tradebooks, including graphic novels as primary sources. Something to explore further. ADDENDUM