High Impact Instructional Moves<br />Week 2<br />
Learning Objective:<br /><ul><li>I4-    Uses questioning 		   effectively </li></li></ul><li>I-4 Observable EvidenceEffect...
I-4 Effective examples would include questioning that: <br />Asks students for reasoning behind their answers, regardless ...
I-4 Observable EvidenceEffective Student Behaviors<br />Students demonstrate critical thinking processes when responding t...
Research<br />Read  “No Opt Out” excerpt from Teach Like a Champion  by Doug Lemov<br />Read  “Wait Time” excerpt from Tea...
Higher Level Questioning<br />It is easy to get stuck in a rut of asking only recall questions.  As educators we need to c...
Questions to Ponder:<br />Did you see use of the questioning techniques studied this week in the video? <br />No opt out, ...
Putting it all Together<br />Choose 1 or more of the questioning techniques to try in your classroom this week.  Implement...
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High impact instruction week 2

  1. 1. High Impact Instructional Moves<br />Week 2<br />
  2. 2. Learning Objective:<br /><ul><li>I4- Uses questioning effectively </li></li></ul><li>I-4 Observable EvidenceEffective Teacher Behaviors<br />Teacher uses effective questioning by asking students to explain their thinking and engaging them in higher-level, critical thinking that leads to mastery of objective(s). <br />In whole group settings, teacher mostly uses styles of questioning other than whole group to ensure most students‘ participation. <br />Teacher provides sufficient wait time. <br />Questioning for ELLs is appropriate (i.e., pace, structure, wait time). <br />
  3. 3. I-4 Effective examples would include questioning that: <br />Asks students for reasoning behind their answers, regardless of if answers are correct and typically before indicating if answers are correct or not. <br />Is designed to support students reaching the intended learning. <br />Requires students to analyze, evaluate, and synthesize what they know and learn. <br />Focuses students‘ attention on discipline‘s big ideas and/or make connections between big ideas. <br />Uses feedback loops to get additional information from students (i.e., question>answer>clarifying question>answer>probing question>answer). <br />Waits 3–5 seconds after posing questions. <br />Scaffolds questions through simplified sentence structures, slower pacing, and additional wait time according to ELLs‘ English language levels, as well as according to students‘ entry to tasks. <br />Moves students toward self-discovery using inquiry-based process. <br />
  4. 4. I-4 Observable EvidenceEffective Student Behaviors<br />Students demonstrate critical thinking processes when responding to questions. <br />Students engage in dialogue with one another to answer questions <br />
  5. 5. Research<br />Read “No Opt Out” excerpt from Teach Like a Champion by Doug Lemov<br />Read “Wait Time” excerpt from Teach Like a Champion by Doug Lemov<br />Read “Stretch It” excerpt from Teach Like a Champion by Doug Lemov<br />Find on the moodle menu under week 2<br />
  6. 6. Higher Level Questioning<br />It is easy to get stuck in a rut of asking only recall questions. As educators we need to challenge ourselves and our students to take that recall information and learn to apply it. <br />It is important for students to learn definitions but if they cannot apply these definitions to real situations then what have they really learned? <br />Read example higher level PE questions – find on the moodle menu under week 2.<br />
  7. 7. Questions to Ponder:<br />Did you see use of the questioning techniques studied this week in the video? <br />No opt out, wait time, stretch it, and higher level questioning? <br />Was this questioning effective? How would you make it better? <br />Could you see yourself using these techniques in your classroom?<br />
  8. 8. Putting it all Together<br />Choose 1 or more of the questioning techniques to try in your classroom this week. Implement the new technique(s) and reflect on the results. How did it go? Will you use it again? How would you adjust it for future use? <br />Join the discussion:<br />Follow the discussion board link below and post your answer to this weeks discussion question. <br /><ul><li>Respond to at least 2 other posts </li>

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