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Cure for the Common Core Workshops
Transcript of Cure for the Common Core Workshops
Workshops Doug DeVillier
Karen Ray Not your ordinary workshop Workshop Overview Introduce you to critical thinking strategies
Discuss how strategies align with Common Core Critical Thinking by students Common Core Standards Cite
Assess Vocabulary acquisition crosses all curriculum lines Four Corner Critics Which character is the most heroic? Which branch of government is the most powerful? What is the most important part to a plant's survival? "What I Do" Vocabulary Match Activity Which attribute describes a rhombus? Character Meets Character Q: So how do I make this happen in my classroom? 1. Determine Common Core skill to address.
2. Decide which student-centered activity engages the learner as a detective.
3. Create a critical-thinking environment that promotes self-discovery, teacher facilitation, and student rationalization/justification. Questions?
Evaluations? Thanks for attending and participating in our workshop!
Have a great summer! Determine the meaning of words as they are used in text. Identify reasons an author gives to support points.
Explain how author uses evidence to support points.
Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. Ask and answer questions about key details
Answer 5 w's from details in text
Refer to details in text in responses
Model with mathematics
Reason abstractly and quantitatively Determine meanings of words.
Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text. Compare and contrast the experiences in stories (1). Compare and contrast themes or plots of stories (3-8). Integrate information from several texts on the same topic (4-8) Human Continuum