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Marzano Themed Classrooms

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Clare Diaz

on 8 December 2014

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Transcript of Marzano Themed Classrooms

Marzano Themed Classrooms
Why are themed classrooms important?
Strategy 1 Identifying Similarities and Differences
Break down Concepts
Keep from simple regurgitation of information
Teacher directed to identify specifics
Student directed encourage variation and broaden understanding

TIME TO INVESTIGATE!
Homework
Homework Policy-

Practice or Prep

Feedback appropriate and varied!

Exit Slip
And Practice
Variations in Homework

Gold vs Silver

Have students rate themselves

Homework Folders


Other Clip Charts
Strategy 3 Reinforcing Effort and
Providing Recognition
Share famous people who have struggled
helps to provide name choices for cooperative groups
personalize recognition for students
Cheers!

Strategy 6 Cooperative
Learning Groups
Strategy 4 Homework and Practice
Strategy 5 Non-linguistic
Representations

Props- educational
activities
images
models
symbols
pictures
etc...
Badges!
Hats!
Magnifying Glasses!
Manipulatives!
Bulletin Boards!
Concrete vs abstract
Strategy 7 Setting Objectives and Providing Feedback
Strategy 2: Summarizing and Note Taking
Knowledge is stored in both linguistic and visual forms. Non-linguistic forms help increase brain activity!
Strategy 9
Strategy 8: Generating and Testing
Hypotheses
Being able to summarize helps promote greater comprehension. Having students analyze a subject to exposes what is essential. They then must be able to put it in their own words.
Students should be able to clearly explain their hypotheses or conclusions using the deductive approach.
Predicting!
Make them think!
Hypothesis!
Allow students to choose group names for their groups
Always make sure to differentiate groups!
Give students group 'jobs'
Gives them some responsibility
Mix up center groups
Time to Cheer!
Contracts
Goal setting ~ Class and student
-specific and individualized to student's needs and interests.
Feedback should be corrective and helpful
-Rubrics
Feedback should be timely and specific
Student led Feedback sessions

Use cues in your classroom!
Action
Time to Investigate!
Buddy Buzz


Use multiple advanced organizers
Give students choices
Sense of pride and community
ownership
Engage students

Pause
Prompt
Praise

Note taking Strategies
Always keep a consistent format

Use teacher prepared notes

Give time for review and revision of notes to keep from verbatim notes

Student of the week/month
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