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Comprehension Connections: Metacognition

Thinking about your thinking!
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Katherine Beckett

on 17 January 2014

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Transcript of Comprehension Connections: Metacognition

Comprehension
Connections

Reading is thinking: who knew?!?
Schema
Determining
Importance
Questioning
Inferring
Visualizing
Synthesizing
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(cc) photo by theaucitron on Flickr
Shared
Guided
Independent
mrs diaz ( sub) was mean to meh

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Sensory Exercise

links concrete experience with the way kids learn: art, music, food, or movement.


Concrete Experience

initial exposure to thinking strategy with concrete example


Wordless Picture Books (or art pieces)

Books with little or no text to practice new strategy
Time For
Text

independent practice with text
Gradual Release of Responsibility Model
Launching Sequence

Use GRR model to plan lessons: Modeling, Shared reading, thinking aloud


Tips for Success: Turn and Talk

Assign your students a "Carpet Buddy" to sit knee to knee with. This saves on time when discussing with your whole group!
METACOGNITION
mrs turner d:

Concrete Experience:
The Reading Salad


Sensory Exercises:
When books and brains collide
pg. 19
The Thought Bubble
pg. 21
Color Cards
pg. 22
Schema
Wordless Picture Books/ Art
Time for Texts
Concrete Experience:

Your Own
World Wide Web

Lint Roller Activity


Thinking Stems:
I'm thinking...
I'm noticing...
I'm wondering...
I'm seeing...
I'm feeling...
Sensory
Excercises:
Example:
Old/Young
Lady
T-Chart:
One Minute Determiner
pg. 33-35
Wordless
Picture
Books/Art
Time for Texts
Thinking Stems
That reminds me of...
I'm remembering...
I have a connection to...
I have schema for...
I can relate to...
Music
Rachel Delevoryas pg. 38-39
"Welcome to My Life" by Simple Plan
"Skin" by
Rascal Flatts
Storm in the Barn
by Matt Phelan
"Put Your Records On"
By Corinne Bailey Rae


Music
"Fireflies" by Owl City



Concentric
Circles of
Connections
pg. 37
Wordless
book
Smile
Teacher Tip:
Smart Beads!
Teacher Tip:
Brillian Comment Hats
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