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Stoplight Strategies
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  • 1. Teaching Students to be Metacognitive by Using Stoplight Strategies
  • 2. metacognition
  • 3. metacognition ✦ the knowledge of one’s own thinking processes and strategies, and the ability to consciously reflect and act on the knowledge of cognition to modify those processes and strategies (from the Glossary of Assessment Technology)
  • 4. metacognition ✦ the knowledge of one’s own thinking processes and strategies, and the ability to consciously reflect and act on the knowledge of cognition to modify those processes and strategies (from the Glossary of Assessment Technology) ✦ “thinking about how you think”
  • 5. A Model of Metacognition
  • 6. A Model of Metacognition ✦ Prepare and plan for learning
  • 7. A Model of Metacognition ✦ Prepare and plan for learning ✦ Selecting and using learning strategies
  • 8. A Model of Metacognition ✦ Prepare and plan for learning ✦ Selecting and using learning strategies ✦ Monitor strategy use
  • 9. A Model of Metacognition ✦ Prepare and plan for learning ✦ Selecting and using learning strategies ✦ Monitor strategy use ✦ Orchestrate various strategies
  • 10. A Model of Metacognition ✦ Prepare and plan for learning ✦ Selecting and using learning strategies ✦ Monitor strategy use ✦ Orchestrate various strategies ✦ Evaluate strategy use and learning
  • 11. Stoplight Strategies
  • 12. Stoplight Strategies Stoplight Strategies
  • 13. Stoplight Strategies
  • 14. Stoplight Strategies ✦ Questions are identified as green, yellow, or red.
  • 15. Stoplight Strategies ✦ Questions are identified as green, yellow, or red. ✦ Students identify the proper color depending on the question stem.
  • 16. Stoplight Strategies ✦ Questions are identified as green, yellow, or red. ✦ Students identify the proper color depending on the question stem. ✦ Students follow the steps to answer the question depending on the color.
  • 17. Green light questions
  • 18. Green light questions ✦ Answers are found on the page — “right there” questions.
  • 19. Green light questions ✦ Answers are found on the page — “right there” questions. ✦ Are low-level thinking questions (A1 Questions).
  • 20. Green light questions ✦ Answers are found on the page — “right there” questions. ✦ Are low-level thinking questions (A1 Questions). ✦ Answer questions like who, which, where, when.
  • 21. Yellow light questions
  • 22. Yellow light questions ✦ Answers are not stated directly on the page — “between the lines questions.”
  • 23. Yellow light questions ✦ Answers are not stated directly on the page — “between the lines questions.” ✦ Are inferential questions. Students use clues from the text to answer.
  • 24. Yellow light questions ✦ Answers are not stated directly on the page — “between the lines questions.” ✦ Are inferential questions. Students use clues from the text to answer. ✦ Are middle-level thinking questions (A2 Questions).
  • 25. Yellow light questions ✦ Answers are not stated directly on the page — “between the lines questions.” ✦ Are inferential questions. Students use clues from the text to answer. ✦ Are middle-level thinking questions (A2 Questions). ✦ Answer questions like What is the main idea of the story? Why?
  • 26. Yellow light questions ✦ Answers are not stated directly on the page — “between the lines questions.” ✦ Are inferential questions. Students use clues from the text to answer. ✦ Are middle-level thinking questions (A2 Questions). ✦ Answer questions like What is the main idea of the story? Why?
  • 27. Red light questions
  • 28. Red light questions ✦ Answers are not stated in the text.
  • 29. Red light questions ✦ Answers are not stated in the text. ✦ Are stop and think questions.
  • 30. Red light questions ✦ Answers are not stated in the text. ✦ Are stop and think questions. ✦ Are higher-level thinking questions (A3 Questions).
  • 31. Red light questions ✦ Answers are not stated in the text. ✦ Are stop and think questions. ✦ Are higher-level thinking questions (A3 Questions). ✦ Answer questions like Why do you think...? What would be a good title for this passage?

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