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  • Why use the 4-step conferencing protocol: research, respond, teach, debrief?

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  • What is the purpose of the "research" part of the conference? To learn what the

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  • What happens during the "respond" part of the conference?

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  • What is the purpose of the "teach" part of the conference?

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  • The "debrief" is to check on both the teaching and the learning.

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  • Gbc interview lesson demo slides holly marich

    1. 1. CONFERENCING AS PART OF WRITING INSTRUCTION GBC Elementary Education Instructor Interview 20 min. Lesson Demonstration April 9, 2014 Presented by Holly Marich, M.Ed, M.S., NBCT We will begin with site Check-ins
    2. 2. 7 Teaching Moves to Notice During Today’s Lesson: 1. Explicit intended outcomes 2.Explicit prompt for reflection 3.Gradual release of responsibility
    3. 3. 7 Teaching Moves to Notice During Today’s Lesson cont.: 4. Engagement strategies 5. Note-taking graphic organizers 6. Appropriate use of technology 7. Assessment of intended outcomes
    4. 4. Unit Overarching Essential Question: What makes writing worth reading?
    5. 5. Session Intended Outcomes Become familiar with a four-step conferencing protocol 1) Research 2) Respond 3) Teach 4) Debrief *Assessment of familiarity using polleverywhere.com quiz
    6. 6. Conferencing Protocol A consistent four step process lasting about 5 min. What Who Does Most of the Talking? Research Student: talks about strategies used Respond Teacher: notices what writer is doing well Teach Teacher with Student: teach one new strategy using gradual release Debrief Student: check teacher’s teaching and student’s learning
    7. 7. First, I will model Next, you will watch a video Then, you will role-play questions to consider: Why this protocol? Why these steps? What is required for protocol success?
    8. 8. Conferencing Structure: Role-play & Video Example
    9. 9. Discussion Why this protocol? Why these steps? What is required for protocol success? *jot thought 2 min. followed by discussion
    10. 10. Quick Check on Learning Using your computer go to PollEv.com Or Text your response with your phone
    11. 11. Revisit Teaching Moves 1. Explicit statement of intended outcomes 2. Gradual release of responsibility 3. Engagement strategies 4. Explicit prompt for reflection 5. Note-taking graphic organizers 6. Appropriate use of technology 7. Assessment of intended outcomes
    12. 12. Closing Moves:  Set a goal to conference with your students every day  Don’t abandon the work if it does not at first go as planned  Practice, practice, practice

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