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Questioning 2013

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Questioning 2013

  1. 1. Agenda Daily 5 / Café Danielson Framework Domain 3 Other Comprehension/Intervention Questioning strategies WriteWell© Update Using Daily 5, Danielson, and Bloom’s, with Current Materials Bloom’s evans.jennifer@sccresa.org
  2. 2. Daily 5 / CAFE • Daily 5 Structure: Model, Model, Model Read to Self Read to Someone Listen to Reading Working on Writing Spelling / Word Work
  3. 3. CAFÉ Comprehension Accuracy Fluency Expand Vocabulary
  4. 4. Danielson Domain #3 • Using Questioning and Discussion Techniques
  5. 5. Too Much Teacher Talk? In one study of 1,151 classroom discussions occurring in over 200 classrooms: – 93.31% (1074 discussions) were completely monologic (teacher-centered) in nature – Of the 6.69% (77) that included “dialogic episodes” (moments when students directed the conversation), those episodes lasted for an average of 15 seconds (Nystrand et al., 2003)
  6. 6. Goal: Comprehension • Strategy: – Ask Questions Throughout the Reading Process (Café) – Think along questioning – example from story “Fire!” comprehension card 21 – Question – Answer – Relationship (QAR) (STARS) – Three Types of Questions: ight There (The answer is in the text, easy to find.) Think and Search (The answer is in the story, but you need to put together different story parts to find it.) On My Own (The answer is not in the story. You use your own experience to answer the question.) - Request, Thick and Thin, Nonfiction, Open-ended - Socratic Circles
  7. 7. QAR – Question-Answer-Relationship Strategy • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wsud7AQ Wva8
  8. 8. Harcourt – Trophies Example • Read First paragraph of “Old Notch” – Ask: How long of a ride in the car would it be to go to the store? (one hour) – How do you know? (read it right there in the text) – Why do you think someone would want to live that far away from a store? – How do you know? (in my head) Two main places to find answers
  9. 9. Open Ended questions - Brainstorming • https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/anal yzing-text-brainstorming
  10. 10. “Students in classrooms with high academic demands and more emphasis on discussion-based approaches show higher end-of-year literacy performance.” (Applebee et al., 2003, p. 717)
  11. 11. What is a Socratic Circle? A constructivist strategy in which participants engage in a conversation to collectively seek a deeper understanding of complex ideas.
  12. 12. WriteWell: Socratic Questions • ReadWell Unit of Study:
  13. 13. Socratic Circle • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDP75I1b 5Do
  14. 14. Socratic Questions for “Fire!” After reading “Fire!”, do you think you would like to be a firefighter? (p 515 Open-ended response) What is the difference between firefighters in big cities and firefighters in many small towns? (p 507 Summarize) Evaluate “Question of the Day” to use
  15. 15. Grade Level Planning 1. Look at your next story 2. Decide on a Questioning Strategy to use (QAR, Socratic, ReQuest, Thick and Thin, Nonfiction, Open-ended, etc.) 3. Create at least 3 questions, at various levels, you would like the students to discuss. 4. Plan when to implement the lesson 5. Reflection?
  16. 16. Questions?

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