Mini lesson presentation

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Mini lesson presentation

  1. 1. Mini Lessons •Connection •Teaching Point •Active Engagement •Link
  2. 2. Connection • Focuses the students by activating their prior knowledge using a personal experience • Focuses the students by using a previously taught skill or strategy
  3. 3. Teaching • Needs to be specific • Tell students what you will be teaching • Display teaching point • Model what students will be expected to do • Think aloud and show students your thought process • Create a chart of your teaching
  4. 4. Active Involvement • Students will “try out” what skill or strategy that was taught • Students can co-create a chart along with you or add to an existing one • Turn and Talk • Stop and Jot • Notebook Entries • Post-its
  5. 5. Active Involvement • Hand gestures • Continuums • Summaries • “Say Something” strategy
  6. 6. Link • Summarize quickly what you taught • Send students off with a goal to “try it” • Give clear, explicit instructions of your expectations • Remind students they can use charts or notebooks for reference • Remind students they can use what they learned today every day
  7. 7. Share • Celebrate students using the skill/strategy you taught today • Remind students of previous lessons that students are using today • Have students explain how they used the new learning
  8. 8. Accountable Talk • “Say Something” strategy • Stop and Jot • Ask a question • Reference the text • Draw upon outside evidence (connections) • “Somebody Wanted But So” strategy • Reading Notebook entries • Different types of note-taking
  9. 9. Writing About Reading • Somebody Wanted But So . . . Then • Double Entry Journaling • It Says . . . I Say . . . And So • Post-its • Write long • Letters • Book Reviews
  10. 10. Writing About Reading • Somebody Wanted But So . . . Then • Double Entry Journaling • It Says . . . I Say . . . And So • Post-its • Write long • Letters • Book Reviews

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