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Make the Shift Happen with TRTW! #CUEBOLD

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Make the Shift Happen with TRTW! (Talk Read Talk Write) #CUEBOLD

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Make the Shift Happen with TRTW! #CUEBOLD

  1. 1. Make the Shift Happen with T R T W
  2. 2. Lesson Plan: Make the Shift with TRTW!
  3. 3. Purpose: The Academic need TRTW Talk Read Talk Write is a strategy designed to do the following: ● Build student reading skill with academic text ● Make reading the primary source of learning ● Make dense, challenging and often uninteresting reading more engaging How do we get ELL’s to acquire content and acquire academic language at the same time?
  4. 4. Anticipatory Set: Getting the Learners Prepped Talk #1 (Anticipatory Set/Engage) {1-5 min.} * bellringer * disagree/agree form * big question * would you rather questions * visual (multimedia) - Classhook, Google Arts & Culture * quote/excerpt How are these two bears different?
  5. 5. Input: Students need information and facts Read (Instructional Input/Modeling/Explore) {1-15 min.} * mini lesson * lecture * shared/independent reading (When working with ELL & Special Education students, you may want to do the reading as a class.) Purpose; to identify the characteristics of living and nonliving things TEXT The world is made up of living and nonliving things. Plants, and animals are living things. Living things eat and breathe. They also grow and move. Living things produce and make new living things. For example, mothers produce babies. Nonliving things do not need to eat and do not breathe. They do not grow or move. Examples of nonliving things are teddy bears, rocks, and buildings.
  6. 6. Guided Practice: Teflon/no-stick work for the kids Talk #2 (Guided Practice/Explain/Elaborate) {1-10 min.} * class discussion * open ended questions * group work/discussion/meet & greet * Socratic seminar/Fish Bowl * role play * interactive game * sentence stems Talk #2 TEXT 1. How are living things and nonliving things different? 2. sort these pictures into living and non-living things. (Teacher provides 4 to 6 pictures to each talking group.)
  7. 7. Independent Practice: Time to work/create Write (Independent Practice/Evaluate) {1-15 min.} * assessment * written paragraph * reflection journal * essay/short answer/quick writes * project (multimedia) - Adobe Spark, sketchnote, Blabberize * sentence stems * exit ticket Write TEXT Is a butterfly a living or nonliving thing? Give two reasons for how you know.
  8. 8. Modeling: What does the student product look Like?
  9. 9. Check for Understanding: Know what they know Sketchnote new vocab, sentence, meaning, or new learning Sketchnote basics: Can you draw these shapes? Draw representations of new learnings (Vocab, def...
  10. 10. Closure: The finalization of the work Write (Closure/Evaluate) {1-5 min.} * Checks for Understanding: * asking questions * student conferences * sticky notes * verbal summary Write Flipgrid Prompt 1. Is a butterfly a living or nonliving thing? 2. Give two reasons for how you know.
  11. 11. Get the Preso at bit.ly/boldtrtw
  12. 12. AFTERPARTY 30 minutes unstructured follow up and custom builds on your concept!

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