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What is WICOR?

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Courtney Taylor

on 9 September 2016

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Transcript of What is WICOR?

What
is
WICOR
?

Definition
WICOR
is an acronym used to describe the strategies used in
AVID
classrooms.
WHAT
does it stand for?
W
-Writing
I
-Inquiry
C
-Collaboration
O
-Organization
R
-Reading
Writing
Writing is basically putting pencil to paper, or fingers to keys!
Writing is...
A learning tool
A way to communicate
A way to record your thoughts
It includes...
The Writing Process
prewriting
drafting
revising
editing
Examples are...
Quickwrites
Cornell Notes
Learning Logs
Essays
Exit Tickets
and more!

Inquiry
Inquiry comes from INQUIRE, which means to ASK QUESTIONS!
Inquiry is...
Engaging in thinking, learning, & discussion
Uncovering your own understanding
Forming hypotheses/making predictions
Examples are...
Tutorials
Socratic Seminars
Investigations
Experiments
Questioning
Collaboration
The key part of Collaboration is WORKING TOGETHER!
Collaboration is...
Teamwork with shared
responsibility
Sharing of ideas, info, &
opinions
Formal/informal discussion
Work in focused study groups
Examples are...
Group Projects
Write and Share
Discussions
Tutorials
Socratic Seminars
Philosophical Chairs
Turn and Talks
Organization
The key part of Organization is BEING ORGANIZED!
Organization is...
Keeping up with your materials and supplies
Planning & prioritizing your time
Examples are...
Binders
Time Logs
Agendas
Calendars
Graphic Organizers
Notes
Planning Sheets

Reading
The key part of Reading is to READ!Reading is...
Using prior knowledge & making connections to the text, self, & the world
Making predictions & asking ?s
Creating visual images as you read
Using strategies to understand material
Examples are...
Studying Textbooks/Articles
Marking the text
Creating summaries
Vocabulary words/Frayer Models
Directions:
1. Take notes on your guided notes sheet while you watch the presentation.
2. Wait for instruction when you are done!
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