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CODE: Lesson presentations

  1. 1. Lesson Presentations Deanna E. Mayers Director of Curriculum
  2. 2. Memory’s CODE • Connect • Organize • Dual-Code • Exercise and ElaborateThe Strategic Teacher by Silver, Strong, Perinie, 2007
  3. 3. Hook that helps students connect their experience and background to the lecture topicCONNECTIONS
  4. 4. THE HOOKApply past knowledge to new situations is defined by Art Costa andBena Kallick as a critical habit of mind (2008, 2009)•The hook is the bait so that you can reel in your students’ minds•Mastery hook – recall or repeat information•Understanding hook – focusing on controversy•Self-expression – imaginations, what if?•Interpersonal hook – personal connection
  5. 5. KINDLING• Give students time to stop and think• Allowing students time to jot down their initial ideas on paper• Encouraging students to share their ideas
  6. 6. Present information in manageable chunks which students record on visual organizersORGANIZATION
  7. 7. VISUAL ORGANIZERS• Structure the chunks of information that students will be expected to collect during the lecture• Ask students to listen then say “stop the video and record what you hear, re-wind if you need to”• Visual organizers create expectations about learning and about how new information will be experienced • Developing anticipation that holds student attention
  8. 8. Lecturer uses a variety of techniques such as visual and physical aids, demonstrations, vividimagery, processing activities, to make the content more memorableDEEPER PROCESSING
  9. 9. DUAL-CODED• Stored in multiple parts of each student’s memory• This happens when students get an opportunity to process content in a variety of ways and senses
  10. 10. Involve the Senses• The more senses involved the deeper the engagement• Descriptive text, add the details so they can visualize• Use images, visual aids or physical aids that students can touch and feel• Vary tone and level of emotion
  11. 11. Memories are like muscles, they develop withexercise.Exercise
  12. 12. Stop and Question• Exercise and apply what they have learned• Stop and question: • 1 – 3 minutes for primary students • 3 - 5 minutes for upper elementary • 5 – 7 minutes for upper middle school and high school students
  13. 13. Question Types
  14. 14. Synthesis• Culminating task• Remind students to revisit lecture notes and organizers – use them as a study guide
  15. 15. Four Principles of Memory Based Lectures
  16. 16. Streaming Your Video1. Log into bsntube (login info is provided in the Developer’s Certification course).2. Click “Upload New Video”3. Complete the following: • Title = Name of your video (not the unit and lesson number) • Description = contains the course and unit/lesson # • Tags = one key word or topic of your video • Select a channel based on your subject area • Skip the rest and click “Next”1. Use “Browse” button to select the video you have saved2. Click “Upload.” It takes a few minutes for your video to process and show up on BSNtube.3. Click the “Videos” button to find your video, it will be near the top when it has finished processing.4. Preview your video to make sure it looks and sounds ok5. Locate the embed code to the right of the video6. Highlight and copy entire embed code (usually only have to click once in the embed code box to highlight the whole string of code)
  17. 17. Collaborate to Clarify:Join the Discussion here: Deanna E. Mayers Director of Curriculum