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Multiple Response Strategies
Transcript of Multiple Response Strategies
1. Response Cards
2. Whip Around
3. Modified Whip Around
5. Quick Response
6. Table Talk
7. Oral/Choral Response
8. White Boards Why is student engagement important?
* Students are not self-regulated learners.
They are not aware of what they do or do not understand.
* Using the Multiple Response Strategies promotes student engagement in the classroom and creates an active learning environment. Response Cards
Quick response that can be used throughout your lesson.
Can be used in conjunction with Think-Pair-Share, Oral Response and/or Table Talk.
Write your name on your index card; then number 1 - 3 on the front and 4 - 6 on the back. Leave plenty of room for your writing responses. Multiple Response Strategies:
Increasing Student Engagement
1. Teachers will be able to summarize Multiple Response Strategies.
2. Teachers will be able to select appropriate Multiple Response Strategies to increase the level of student engagement in their lesson.
1. Teachers will take next weeks lesson plan and incorporate at least one Multiple Response Strategy in their lesson activities. Whip Around
“Whip” around the room, calling on one student at a time. Have students share one of their responses. When called on, students should not repeat a response; they must add something new.
Can be used 2-3 times per class. Use with a list of questions and when there are several different answers to a question.
Can be used during Guided Practice to get students talking about the material just covered, as a warm up activity to discuss highlights form yesterday’s lesson, and/or as a closing activity to summarize information covered in the lesson.
Whip Around: How do you use this now in the classroom, or how will you use it? Modified Whip Around
Similar to a Whip Around, except students sit down once there answer has been stated by another student. Think-Pair Share A strategy used to promote purposeful discussion between two or three students.
Think-Pair-Share with the person to your right and discuss when you have used this strategy in your classroom. Quick Response Used to solicit a quick response from the students. It Allows students to process information, formulate their responses and provide a quick response when called upon. Table Talk Used in a small group, 3-5 students, and it is a strategy that is used to focus student discussion.
Time to use the Accountable Talk strategies. Oral/Choral Response This strategy is high energy and fun strategy.
It requires students to answer in unison. White Boards This strategy supports the Multiple Learning Modalities.
Teacher provides immediate feedback.
Spot Observation www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTc9uWIsREo
Focus on the use of multiple response strategies. Also note anything you feel is important to discuss.
Table Talk, then a Modified Whip Around. We will have five minutes. On your Response Card: 1-3 give me three examples of what good engagement looks like. DOL: Lesson Plans
Take out your lesson plans for next week. Find the areas where you could improve student engagement, by adding appropriate Multiple Response Strategies in your lesson.
You have 10 minutes to complete your DOL. When the timer is up, please turn to your neighbor and share where you added the Multiple Response Strategy. Response Card:
For numbers 4-6, list 3 ways I could have improved my presentation today.