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Starting Strong: Engaging Students with Anticipatory Sets - Deutsch & West

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Starting Strong: Engaging Students with Anticipatory Sets - Deutsch & West

  1. 1. AsyousettleintakeAmomentto imagine what studentsaredoing duringthefirstfew minutes ofclasstimeinanidealscenario.  Whenyou’reready,drawwhatishappening (realisticorabstract). Thereisonlyonerule–NOWORDS. 
  2. 2. Fromourworktodayyouwillbeableto developanddeliveranticipatorysetsthat activatepriorlearningand/orengage interest inordertofostermeaningful learningintheclassroom.
  3. 3. A N N E   C . D E U T S C H , S U N Y N E W P A L T Z B R A N D O N   K . W E S T , S U N Y G E N E S E O A N T I C I P A T O R Y S E T S
  4. 4. Learning Objectives Moreboringwordsthatyouprobablydon'tcareabout Boringwordsthatyoumayormaynotunderstand Sobored ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ
  5. 5. PRIME TIME
  6. 6. Anticipatory Sets Givestudentspracticetohelpthemaccomplish learningobjectives Focusstudentsonlearning GiveInstructordiagnosticinformationaboutentry behavior
  7. 7. Fromourworktodayyouwillbeableto developanddeliveranticipatorysetsthat activatepriorlearningand/orengage interest inordertofostermeaningful learningintheclassroom.
  8. 8. Scenario A You are teaching a session for a first-year class and the professor asked you to focus your lesson on evaluating information resources.
  9. 9. Scenario B You are teaching a session for an upper division class and the professor asked you to focus your lesson on using a subject specific database.
  10. 10. Think about a lesson you teach where you could implement an anticipatory set and what that might look like.
  11. 11. Thank You Anne Deutsch deutscha@newpaltz.edu Brandon West westb@geneseo.edu

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