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Academic Classroom Talk

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  • 1. Shhhhh…It’s time toLEARN!
  • 2. Mix,FREEZE Group.
  • 3. “Sim m er, r Sim me lass” down, C Was ThisMrs.  Munger’s  class     YOUR experience?
  • 4. A peek into Mrs.Munger’s Class….
  • 5. Rally Robin
  • 6. Typical. 80%  Teacher  Talk   Student  Talk  
  • 7. minutes per hour 30
  • 8. 24seconds per child.
  • 9. Gi   ?
  • 10. PURPOSEFUL TALK is oneof the major means through whichchildren construct and refine theirunderstanding of language. Talkshould underpin all (language) activities. -Education Department of Western Australia (1996)
  • 11. PURPOSEFUL TALK is also one ofthe main ways in which children developtheir understanding of new concepts. Assuch, it becomes the KINGPIN aroundwhich instructional tasks revolve. It isINTEGRAL TO ALL COMPONENTS OF ALESSON- from teacher modeling and guidingto BOTH COLLABORATIVE ANDINDEPENDENT TASKS. -Fisher, Frey, Rothenberg
  • 12. Less… Teacher Talk
  • 13. MORE…. Of this.  
  • 14. And… This.
  • 15. Talking   Chips  
  • 16. If LEARNING isour primary goal,and language isa vehicle tolearning, why issilence equated tolearning?        
  • 17. ?What is the role of academic What is the talk in your role of teaching academic talk in your learning?  
  • 18. ?What doesyour “These kidssna pshot can’t (or look like? don’t) …”  
  • 19. We must PLAN carefully and purposefully,USING TALK AS A TOOL to build students’understanding. xt in an authentic conteW e must: t interactions that occur with age in academ ic den o eng•  plan meaningful stu s need to be able t gua ge that student •  explicit ly teach the lan d discourse ab out content, an ing o re ading and writ ays link their talk t •  always, alw y Fisher, Frey, Rothe nberg Area Conversations b -Fro m Content
  • 20. DualLayerCurriculum  CC  Flickr  photo  by  @mikepick     CCFlickr  photo  by  @fotograf1v2   Jill  Bromenschenkel   Jill  Bromenschenkel  
  • 21. Think,pair,   Share.  
  • 22. 3STEPInterview
  • 23. Short Term & Long Term Plans …
  • 24. PIES
  • 25. Positive interdependenceIndividual accountabilityEqual or equitable participationSimultaneous interaction
  • 26. Quiz Quiz…  
  • 27. Jot Thoughts
  • 28. Team Stand& SHARE
  • 29.   Give one,   Get one
  • 30. Jill  Bromenschenkel  Twi1er:  @JillBromen                JillBromen@gmail.com   about.me/JillBromen