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SAMR Model Unit Development ELA

This Prezi contrasts a traditional informational writing unit with the same unit, but with technology integrated. The technology unit shows how the unit moves up and down through the SAMR model. Math Version - https://goo.gl/KSujpX
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Tom Story

on 26 May 2016

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Transcript of SAMR Model Unit Development ELA

SAMR ELA EXAMPLE UNIT
Be The Teacher
Students are randomly assigned to a group
One student sits in a chair
3 students sit around "teacher" and listen
Write Out the Expert Book
Students write what they taught into writing journal
Develop table of contents
Students find out how their information might be regroup and/or categorized
Develop a table of contents in writing journal
Find facts about the topic
Use books from library to find interesting facts about topic not currently mentioned in expert book.
Find quotes about the topic
Find quotes from books and/or write what people say about your topic
Draw images for book
Use pencils and crayons to illustrate books
Refine introduction and conclusion
Intro and closure lessons
Add a glossary / fun facts
Choose words that relate to topic and what you want the reader to remember most
Lesson on text and graphic features
Peer Review
Students read each other's books and use post-its for comments
Create Paper Book Cover
Use construction paper to make a title page
Cut out picture from magazine and paste.

Celebrate
Literally have a party.
Read books out loud one time.
Informational Unit Curriculum
Students will create and publish an
"expert" book.
CCSS. W.3.2 a-b
- Write informative text to explain topic and convey ideas and information clearly.
W.3.4
- Produce writing in which the development
and organization are appropriate to task.
W.3.5
- Develop and strengthen writing as needed
by planning, revising, editing.
W.3.10
- Write routinely over extended period of
time frames for a range of discipline specific tasks.
Also included in unit:
CCSS RI.3.1, RI.3.7, RI.3.8, SL.3.1, SL.3.6, L.3.2e,f,g, L.3.6


Be The Teacher
Students are randomly assigned to a group
One student sits in a chair
3 students sit around "teacher" and listen
Write out the Expert Book
Students write what they taught into writing journal
Use Movenote to record Webinars and share link to Google Classroom assignment
Students watch their own videos twice and think of content they might have missed
Teachers shows examples on Smartboard
Type Expert Book In Google Classroom and add revisions
Students use all the tools of spell check and basic word processing tools.
Students are using an internet based word processor with cloud application
Teacher has immediate access to student progress
Develop table of contents
Students find out how their information might be regroup and/or categorized
Develop a table of contents in Google Classroom Doc
Page numbering not required
Find facts about the topic
Use online research to find interesting facts about topic not mentioned in expert book.
Find quotes about the topic
Use quotes and/or write what people say about your topic
Use quote internet sites to find appropriate quotes
Use Bold to create a Glossary
Student use
bold face
type to create a glossary and add the definitions to last page in
Google Classroom Doc
Insert Images to Content
Add images using Google Docs including Snapshots from Chromebook, upload, use from Drive, and/or Search to find:
Appropriately licensed images
Automatic Citation from source*
Shared With Middle School Students
Teacher contacted 7th grade teacher at other location
7th grade teacher gave 6 emails of students willing to help
Students used the Share feature to share their writing with randomly assigned 7th grade students using the Comment Only feature
3rd grade students used comments to revise paper.
Redefinition
Modification
Augmentation
Substitution
Create Book Title Page
Use Insert > Google Drawing to create book title to 1st page
Students added images and different graphic design tools to create a custom book title
Turn In Using Google Classroom
Hit Turn In and document automatically submitted teacher for grading/commenting.
Export to PDF Upload to Flipsnack
Students Export their Google Doc to a PDF Format
Students upload to Flipsnack and voice over their online books
Legos to Instructables
Students use legos to build models related to their topic
Students use Chromebooks and image capture to deconstruct legos in order.
Students upload images to Instructables.com and write instructions for others in world to follow.
Students view number of views and comments from world users.
Student Created Kahoots
Students write 10-15 question Kahoots related to their Expert Books
Students read expert books aloud
Students login and run their Kahoot competitions with their classmates as players.
Traditional Unit Curriculum
Where did innovations/ideas come from?
Traditional was not working
Sheer Luck
Looking for ways to improve to meet new world standards
Had extra time
Questions ? Please feel free to
contact me at: tstory@foxbay.org

After Video - Great time for a turn and talk about student engagement with webinars.
After next slide narration-
Turn and talk about how synthesis
of information relates to SAMR
Pre-Unit Preparation
Using the model and format to brainstorm/collaborate/plan upcoming unit
3rd Grade Reading Unit - Research Clubs
Standards Corner
Road Map through continuum
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