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  • Integrating the Framework
    Strategies for Success in Your Foreign Language Classroom
    1/26/2011
    Alexandra Shaver
    Early/Middle College at GTCC-Greensboro
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    www.wallwisher.com/wall/FrameworkForSuccess
  • NCNSP Common Instructional Framework:
    Higher Level Questioning (Bloom’s Taxonomy)
    Collaborative Group Work (roles, partners)
    Classroom Talk
    Scaffolding
    Literacy Groups (Literature circles, etc.)
    Write-to-learn (high stakes and low stakes writing)
    1/26/2011
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  • Integrating the Framework:
    Implement Sociocultural Learning
    Teach Metacognition
    Reinforce Literacy Skills
    Scaffold Through Assessment
    1/26/2011
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  • Vary Social Interactions: Harness and utilize the power of socialization in your class (classroom talk and collaborative group work).
    1/26/2011
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  • 1 SocioculturalLearning(Classroom Talk, Collaborative Group Work)
    Use students’ desire for peer interaction to promote meaningful discussion in the target language and about the target language.
    Framework Protocols:
    Block Party (Fiesta)*
    Chalk Talk*
    Wagon Wheel* (Fish Bowl, Inside/Outside, Speed Dating)
    Collaborative Group Work with Roles
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  • Sociocultural Learning (Classroom Talk, Collaborative Group Work)
    Study Groups
    Checklist:
    Explanation
    Roles and definitions
    Same gender groups
    Reflection handouts
    1/26/2011
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  • Sociocultural Learning (Classroom Talk, Collaborative Group Work)
    21st Century Skills
    Behavior
    Participation
    Working in Groups
    Work Completion
    Self-Assess, Peer-Assess, Teacher Assess = ownership
    1/26/2011
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  • Vary Social Interactions: 21st Century Life Skills and Character Education (Classroom Talk and Collaborative Group Work)
    Evaluation Portfolio:
    Standard 1A Teachers Demonstrate Leadership
    Communicates to students the vision of being prepared for life in the 21st century.
    Creates a classroom culture that empowers students to collaborate.
    Encourages students to take responsibility for their own learning.
    Empowers and encourages students to create and maintain a safe and supportive school and community environment.
    1/26/2011
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  • Vary Social Interactions: 21st Century Life Skills and Character Education (Classroom Talk and Collaborative Group Work)
    Evaluation Portfolio:
    Standard 2 Teachers establish a respectful environment for a diverse population of students
    A Teachers provide an environment in which each child has a positive, nurturing relationship with caring adults. Teachers encourage an environment that is inviting, respectful, supportive, inclusive, and flexible.
    CTeachers treat students as individuals. Teachers maintain high expectations, including graduation from high school, for students of all backgrounds. Teachers appreciate the differences and value the contributions of each student in the learning environment by building positive, appropriate relationships.
    1/26/2011
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  • Sociocultural Learning (Classroom Talk, Collaborative Group Work)
    Professional Task (Block Party):
    What types of 21st Century/
    Character Ed reinforcement
    will give my students community ownership in the class atmosphere?
    1/26/2011
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  • Adapting the Framework:
    Teach Metacognition: Teach Students how to express their thinking and ask the right questions to enhance independent and collaborative learning
    (Higher level thinking = higher level questioning).
    1/26/2011
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  • 2 Teach Metacognition (Higher Order Questioning)
    Framework Protocols
    Bloom’s Taxonomy Question Stems**
    Collaborative Groups (Study Groups)
    1/26/2011
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  • Teach Metacognition (Higher Order Questioning)
    S.A.T. Words
    Analyze, synthesize, evaluate, etc.
    Strategy for Decoding L2:
    1 Statement of fact (observation or knowledge)
    2 Conclusion (options or solution)
    Repeat (cycle)
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  • Integrating the Framework:
    Teach Metacognition: S.A.T. words and thinking strategies (Higher level thinking = higher level questioning)
    Evaluation Portfolio Standard
    Standard 4 Teachers facilitate learning for their students
    e. Teachers help students develop critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. Teachers encourage students to ask questions, think creatively, develop and test innovative ideas, synthesize knowledge, and draw conclusions. They help students exercise and communicate sound reasoning; understand connections; make complex choices; and frame, analyze, and solve problems.
    1/26/2011
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  • Teach Metacognition (Higher Order Questioning)
    PROFESSIONAL TASK (Collaborative Group Work):
    1 Create a sentence for your L2 classes in which you will model how to analyze meaning.
    2 Illustrate and explain a strategy that you are already using that has brought success for your students.
    (Leader, Time-keeper, Recorder, Ambassador)
    1/26/2011
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  • Adapting the Framework:
    Reinforce Literacy Skills: Integrate basic literacy skills practice to enhance reading and culture (L1 reading strategies).
    1/26/2011
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  • 3 Reinforce Literacy Skills (Literacy Groups)
    Literacy skills should transfer from L1 to L2, but what about our students with poor L1 literacy skills?
    Literacy Groups Roles
    (Teaching Culture and Current Events)
    Language specific techniques
    Vowels and “Special Letters”
    Fist pump written accents
    1/26/2011
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  • Reinforce Literacy Skills (Literacy Groups)
    6 Early Literacy Skills
    Vocabulary
    Print Motivation
    Print Awareness
    Narrative Skills
    Letter Knowledge
    Phonological Awareness
    Reading First and SBRR (Scientifically Based Reading Research) 5 Skills
    Fluency
    Comprehension
    Vocabulary
    Phonemic Awareness
    Phonics
    1/26/2011
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  • Reinforce Literacy Skills (Literacy Groups)
    Student Steps for vocabulary and comprehension:
    1 Read: List Known and Unknown Words (define)
    2 Reread: Write Details/facts (3-5)
    3 Reread: Write main idea / theme in one word or phrase
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  • Reinforce Literacy Skills (Literacy Groups)
    Strategy Steps for vocabulary and comprehension:
    1 Read text for vocabulary:
    2 Underline / Write / Identify Cognates and Known Words
    3 Circle / List Unknown words and define
    4 Reread text for comprehension:
    5 Highlight / Write / Translate details/facts (3-5)
    6 Reread for summarizing
    7 Write main idea / theme in one word or phrase
    1/26/2011
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  • Integrating the Framework:
    Reinforce Literacy Skills: 6 Early Literacy Skills, and Reading First 5 (L1 Reading Strategies)
    Evaluation Portfolio Standard:
    Standard 3 Teachers know the content they teach
    “Middle and high school teachers incorporate literacy instruction within the content area or discipline.”
    Incorporates a wide variety of literacy skills within content areas to enhance learning.
    Makes necessary changes to instructional practice to improve student learning.
    1/26/2011
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  • Reinforce Literacy Skills (Literacy Groups)
    PROFESSIONAL TASK 2:
    PROFESSIONAL TASK 1:
    Design some tasks or reading strategies to promote Print Motivation in your L2 classes.
    Post on wallwisher page:
    Design a strategy to develop students’ narrative skills in your L2 classes.
    http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/FLLiteracy
    1/26/2011
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  • Adapting the Framework:
    Scaffold through Assessment: Reach all students through transparent leveled tasks (scaffolding through assessment).
    1/26/2011
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  • 4 Scaffold Through Assessment
    Rubrics
    Write to support Speech production
    Anticipation Guides/Activities
    Baby Stepping Production (short and long)
    Lower to higher level questions/prompts
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  • Scaffold Through Assessment
    Guiding EQs
    Clear Learning Targets
    Learning Progressions
    Me , We , 2/Few , You
    R.A.F.T. Assignments
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  • Scaffold Through Assessment
    Assess for Mastery / Mastery Learning
    (Classroom Assessment and Grading that Works! –Marzano)
    Clear leveled tasks
    (Simple Tasks and Complex Tasks *)
    Big Ideas and Catch Phrases
    (-o goes with “yo”)
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  • Scaffold Through Assessment
    Advanced:
    synthesizing complex ideas with previously learned contexts, grammar and vocabulary
    displaying LAD advancement through the natural creation of new and extended communication patterns
    Complex:
    communicating using verbs serand estar appropriately when describing people and places
    communicating using the proper conjugations for the verbs
    Simple:
    identifying proper descriptive use of verbs serand estar
    mechanically conjugating the verbs for the proper subject pronoun or subject
    1/26/2011
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  • 1/26/2011
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  • Scaffold for Success (Scaffolding)
    PROFESSIONAL TASK:
    Choose a topic from your L2 curriculum. Create a Learning Progression of Simple and Complex Tasks or a BIG IDEA / Catch Phrase.
    Please save in a Word Document or PowerPoint Presentation format and email to shavera@gcsnc.com .
    Title: ScaffoldLanguageLevelTopic
    1/26/2011
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  • Integrating the Framework:
    Scaffold Through Assessment: Assessment for Mastery – Marzano’s “Classroom Assessment and Grading that Works!” (Scaffolding through assessment)
    Evaluation Portfolio Standard
    1/26/2011
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  • Scaffold for Success (Scaffolding)
    PROFESSIONAL TASK:
    Explore the “Assessment for Mastery” program developed and implemented for my classes last semester.
    How might it be adapted to workin your classes?
    What would you keep?
    What would you change?
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  • Integrating the Framework:
    Evaluation Portfolio Standard
    Standard V Teachers Reflect on their Practice
    c. Teachers function effectively in a complex, dynamic environment. Understanding that change is constant, teachers actively investigate and consider new ideas that improve teaching and learning. They adapt their practice based on research and data to best meet the needs of their students.
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  • Integrating the Framework:
    Evaluation Portfolio Standard
    Standard IV: Teachers facilitate learning for their students—
    h. Teachers use a variety of methods to assess what each student has learned.Teachers use multiple indicators, including formative and summative assessments, to evaluate student progress and growth as they strive to eliminate achievement gaps. Teachers provide opportunities, methods, feedback, and tools for students to assess themselves and each other. Teachers use 21st century assessment systems to inform instruction and demonstrate evidence of students’ 21st century knowledge, skills, performance, and dispositions.
    1/26/2011
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  • (sociocultural learning, teaching metacognition, literacy skills, scaffolding through assessment) Parking Lots
    2 On a sticky note:
    1 On a sticky note:
    What topic would you like to explore on a collaborative professional team …?
    Include email for group contact coordination.
    Which strategy will you most easily integrate intoyour classes during this marking period?
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