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WICOR in SCIENCE

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Vernita Moore

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WICOR in SCIENCE

V.Moore RMS Science Department

What does WICOR stand for?
Writing
Quick Write

List all of the ways in which you have incorporated reading and writing into your instructional plans.
(2 min.)

Additional Writing Strategies in Science

Investigation reflections ( eg. summaries of what was learned)

Investigation write ups

Cornell notes

Inquiry
"In the classroom, wondering should be as highly valued as knowing."

Rutherford and Ahlgren in “Science for All Americans”

Inquiry
Investigations conducted in science classrooms (eg. testable questions generated by students)

Science Fair projects and research papers (student questions guide the process)

Costa's Levels of Questioning and/or Webb's Depth of Knowledge (use to help generate questions to help students critically think)


Writing
Inquiry
Collaboration
Organization
Reading to Comprehend

Quick Writes
Can be used at the beginning, middle, or end of a lesson

Takes only about two to five minutes.

Short, open-ended statements are usually given
What is Inquiry?
An inquiry is any process that has the aim of augmenting knowledge, resolving doubt, or solving a problem.
wikipedia.org
When working together........more than one brain should always be better.


Collaboration
Carousel Brainstorming
and
Gallery Walks

Collaboration in Science

Quick Write
List some of the strategies you have used or are preparing to use to allow for student collaboration in science.
(2 minute)
Collaboration in Science
Group activities
Group projects
Carousel Brainstorming
Socratic Seminars (training TBA)


Interactive Notebooks

Graphic Organizers

Foldables

Organization
Reading
Reading in science should be authentic!

Embed reading strategies (eg. selective underlining, numbering paragraphs, note taking while reading, previewing the vocabulary)


Exit Ticket
What are some of the benefits of WICORizing during the instructional planning process?
Objectives
Identify the components of WICOR

Identify strategies that align with WICOR that will be used in science


Home Learning
I. Review upcoming instructional plans to ensure WICOR is embedded.


II. Review the links on the handout for strategies that can be used in the classroom.

Professional Development Standards
1.2.1. Learning
Learning Communities:
The educator participates in collaborative
learning communities whose members use a cycle of continuous improvement to
achieve goals that align with individual,
school, and district goals for student
achievement.
Resources
Images were gathered from the following:

sandbox-learning.com

static4.depositphotos.com

caddicks.com

clker.com
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