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Glad strategies pp
Glad strategies pp
Glad strategies pp
Glad strategies pp
Glad strategies pp
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Glad strategies pp
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  • 1. GLAD Strategies By Helmi Temple
  • 2. Cognitive Content Dictionary
    • Choose vocabulary word
    • Predict meaning in groups
    • Learn and write correct meaning
    • Sketch word and use in a sentence
  • 3. Inquiry Chart
    • Discuss and list what you KNOW about a topic
    • List what you WANT to know
    • The chart will be processed as the unit progresses
  • 4. Narrative Input Chart
    • Story mural created by teacher
    • Teacher tells a story and adds pictures in appropriate spots of the story
    • Next day students put word cards or speech bubbles on mural as story is retold
  • 5. Sentence Construction/Patterning Chart
    • Work with parts of speech
    • Key noun is identified
    • Sentences are built by adding adjectives before, a verb after, and prepositional phrases
    • Sentences are sung to the tune of “Farmer in the Dell”
  • 6. Choral Reading/Response/Echo
    • Teacher asks questions and students give answer as group
    • Echo is having students repeat what teacher says
  • 7. Pictorial Input Chart
    • Teacher talks and sketches (over light outline) with marker to illustrate a new concept
    • Key vocabulary words are added
    • Questions are asked to engage students
  • 8. Observation Chart
    • Students observe pictures and write observations, comments or questions
  • 9. Process Grids
    • Use information learned in unit
    • Categorize it on a chart
    • Teacher provides headings
  • 10. Cooperative Strip Paragraph
    • Teacher writes topic sentence in black from a process grid
    • Table groups come up with sentences that support it from the unit (wall charts)
    • Teacher monitors to make sure ideas are different
    • All contribute to the paragraph editing and revising as needed as a group

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