K smith design_phase

  • 1,155 views
Uploaded on

 

More in: Education
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
1,155
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2

Actions

Shares
Downloads
23
Comments
0
Likes
1

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. 6 + 1 Writing Traits Connecting the Bookbuilder Agents with Marzano’s Instructional Strategies By: Kayla Smith
  • 2. Trait #1: Ideas
    • What is my topic ?
      • Example: Who is the most influential person in my life?
    • What do I already know about this topic?
    • What details can I include?
      • Example: My mom is the most influential person in my life because... (list details)
  • 3. Trait #1: Ideas
    • Brainstorm My Ideas
      • Graphic Organizer
    Most Influential Person In My Life My Mom Gives Good Advice Provides & Cares For Me Shelter Food Clothing School Life Relationships
  • 4. Trait #1: Ideas
    • Now, take some time to free write about this topic .
      • Topic : Who is the most influential person in my life?
      • My mom is the most influential person in my life because she gives good advice as well as provides and cares for me. She talks with me about the information that I learn at school, such as when we created an animal cell model out of different materials. My mom also speaks about how important it is to have a positive attitude in life.
  • 5. Trait #1: Ideas
    • Think about a day that you spent with the most influential person in your life.
    • Tell me about it:
      • Last year, my mom and I went to the beach for a week to celebrate my birthday. We had so much fun together. I played in the ocean and picked up seashells in the sand.
  • 6. Trait #1: Ideas
    • Summarizing Trait #1: Ideas
      • What is my topic ?
      • What do I already know about this topic?
      • What details can I include?
  • 7. Trait #2: Organization
    • Beginning
      • Topic Sentence that “Hooks” the Reader
      • Supporting Details
    • Middle
      • Topic Sentence
      • Supporting Details
    • End
      • Topic Sentence that the Reader can “Remember”
      • Supporting Details
  • 8. Trait #2: Organization
  • 9. Trait #2: Organization
    • Do I have a topic sentence in each of my paragraphs?
      • Beginning
      • Middle
      • End
    • Did I include supporting details in each of my paragraphs?
      • Beginning
      • Middle
      • End
    • Do my ideas “ make sense ”?
  • 10. Trait #3: Voice
    • Could the reader be able to tell that it’s me in my writing?
    • Could the reader be able to establish the mood of my writing?
  • 11. Trait #3: Voice We can compare two books with similar stories to illustrate voice .
  • 12. Trait #4: Word Choice
    • Colorful & Interesting Words
      • Am I speaking to the reader in a clear way?
      • Am I using the word wall words that we’ve learned this year correctly?
      • Are the words “describing” words?
      • Could the reader visualize a picture with the words that you’re using?
  • 13. Trait #4: Word Choice Describing Words About My Mom : Thoughtful, Caring, Loving, Helpful, Nice, Beautiful, Fun, Positive
  • 14. Trait #5: Sentence Fluency
    • Are my sentences in a logical order ?
    • Do my sentences vary in length ?
    • Do my sentences begin and end differently ?
  • 15. Trait #5: Sentence Fluency
    • Now, let’s answer these questions:
      • Are my sentences in a logical order ?
      • Do my sentences vary in length ?
      • Do my sentences begin and end differently ?
      • Topic : Who is the most influential person in my life?
      • My mom is the most influential person in my life because she gives good advice as well as provides and cares for me. My mom talks with me about the information that I learn at school, such as when we created an animal cell model out of different materials. My mom also speaks about how important it is to have a positive attitude in life.
  • 16. Trait #6: Conventions
    • Did I look over my writing and make sure all the words are spelled correctly ?
    • Did I use capital letters and punctuation ?
    • Have I edited and proofread my writing?
  • 17. Trait #6: Conventions
    • Did I look over my writing and make sure all the words are spelled correctly?
    • Did I use capital letters and punctuation?
    • Have I edited and proofread my writing?
  • 18. Marzano’s Instructional Strategies
    • Identifying Similarities & Differences
      • Model the task for students
      • Activate Prior Knowledge
      • Graphic Organizers (e.g. Venn Diagrams & Flow Charts)
        • Classify Ideas, Recognize similar and dissimilar characteristics among ideas – Relates to Trait #1 Ideas
        • Compare Books with a Common Theme – Relates to Trait #3 Voice
    Most Influential Person In My Life My Mom Gives Good Advice Provides & Cares For Me Shelter Food Clothing School Life Relationships
  • 19. Marzano’s Instructional Strategies
    • Summarize each of the 6+ Writing Traits
      • Ideas
      • Organization
      • Voice
      • Word Choice
      • Sentence Fluency
      • Conventions
    • What should be included in my writing for each trait?
  • 20. Marzano’s Instructional Strategies
    • Reinforcing Effort & Providing Recognition
      • Identify Goals & Objectives
        • Students know what to expect during instruction
        • Give Feedback
      • Connect the content with the standards
      • Student takes responsibility for assignments
      • Praise students for effort & achievement
      • Offer Rewards
  • 21. Marzano’s Instructional Strategies
    • Homework & Practice
      • Allow students to write in journals on a topic of choice
        • When the student is interested in the topic, he/she is more likely to enjoy the assignment and spend ample time on it.
      • Helps students learn the Writing Skills needed to succeed in school
  • 22. Marzano’s Instructional Strategies
    • Cooperative Learning
      • Allow students to write a story with their peers
      • Establish a routine for students to edit and proofread other students work
  • 23. Marzano’s Instructional Strategies
    • Questions, Cues & Advance Organizers
    • Use Bloom’s Taxonomy to develop higher-order thinking skills when questioning students
    • Provide cues for students to recognize the task
    • Examples:
      • At this time, we will write down our ideas about the topic that you selected.
    • Advance Organizers prepare students for the task that is about to be introduced
  • 24. Sources
    • Hamburger Organization: http://guest.portaportal.com/propel
    • Venn Diagram: http://kids-learn.org/mousetales/fincher/fincher.htm
    • Writing Sample: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cityteacher/431041339/sizes/m/in/photostream/
    • 6+1 Writing Traits: http://bhggraphicdesign.com/blog/2007/08/02/6-1-traits-of-writing-posters/
    • Praise: http://elliotcampaignmanagement.com/
    • Writing Homework: http://www.apples4theteacher.com/coloring-pages/fall/
    • BookBuilder Coaches: http://bookbuilder.cast.org/view_print.php?book=10939
    • Question Mark Man: http://www.xump.com/blog/post.cfm/the-scientific-method-part-2
    • 6+1 Writing Traits PowerPoint: www.svusd.org/hp.../D26270-The_ 6 _ 1 _ Trait _ Writing _Model.ppt
    • Marzano’s Instructional Strategies PowerPoint Provided By Cheryl Wissick in Weekly Activities