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Connecting Processes and Practices: Paying Attention to the

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Jennifer Sharpe

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Transcript of Connecting Processes and Practices: Paying Attention to the

Connecting Processes and Practices: Paying Attention to the "How" of ELA Instruction
Close Reading of Standard IVe: NC Teacher Eval Instrument
Standard IV: Teachers facilitate learning for their students
Close Reading Crawl
After completing the close reading take some time to identify the exact process you followed to read closely.
Reflect and Write
How do you directly teach processes in your classroom? Can your students articulate to others a process either learned from class or developed by themselves, for thinking critically, developing and testing ideas, synthesizing knowledge, drawing conclusions, exercising and communicating sound reasoning, understanding connections, making complex choices, and framing and analyzing problems?
So if you are teaching these processes listed in the eval rubric, what standards are you teaching???
Review Grade Band 9-10 ELA Standards - Identify one to answer the question above...be prepared to share "How" you teach the process.
e. Teachers help students develop critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. Teachers encourage students to ask questions, think creatively, develop and test innovative ideas, synthesize knowledge, and draw conclusions. They help students exercise and communicate sound reasoning; understand connections; make complex choices; and frame, analyze, and solve problems.
Accomplished
Teaches students the processes needed to:
think creatively and critically,
develop and test innovative ideas,
synthesize knowledge,
draw conclusions,
exercise and communicate sound reasoning,
understand connections,
make complex choices, and
frame, analyze and solve problems.
List the steps...then "crawl" around to other tables and see how your peers processes are similar or different to your own.
Whole Group Share Out - What are the implications for our teaching practices and our students' learning practices?
Conclusions
How do you demonstrate "Accomplished" and "Distinguished" on Standard IVe?
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