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EDI: Teacher Modeling 
Clear Target: Identify ways to model thinking throughout a lesson.
Why is this important? 
5
CMCSS Explicit Instruction Snapshot 
Models OR Demonstrates 
Explains 
Questioning
3 Parts to “Presentation” 
1. Explaining 
• delivering or explaining content or 
process 
1. Modeling 
• revealing strateg...
Classroom Scenario 
1. Read classroom scenario. 
2. Highlight any instance(s) where teacher models 
strategic thinking for...
Checks for Understanding 
• Modified following 
modeling 
• Focus on verifying 
students’ understanding 
of the thinking p...
Classroom Scenario 
1. Re-read or recall the classroom scenario discussed 
earlier. 
2. As a group, create Checks for Unde...
“…what is important and necessary for deep learning is that 
students experience all four phases of learning when 
encount...
Bridge to Practice 
Clear Target: Identify ways to model thinking throughout a 
lesson. 
• Task: Using the lesson plan(s) ...
Resources 
Hollingsworth, John, and Silvia Ybarra. "Six: Delivering 
Information to Students." Explicit Direct Instruction...
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Modeling

  1. 1. EDI: Teacher Modeling Clear Target: Identify ways to model thinking throughout a lesson.
  2. 2. Why is this important? 5
  3. 3. CMCSS Explicit Instruction Snapshot Models OR Demonstrates Explains Questioning
  4. 4. 3 Parts to “Presentation” 1. Explaining • delivering or explaining content or process 1. Modeling • revealing strategic THINKING process 1. Demonstrating • physical demonstrations using objects
  5. 5. Classroom Scenario 1. Read classroom scenario. 2. Highlight any instance(s) where teacher models strategic thinking for students. 3. Share findings with small group, then with whole group.
  6. 6. Checks for Understanding • Modified following modeling • Focus on verifying students’ understanding of the thinking process Examples • “How did I know where to put it in the organizer? • “What was I thinking when I…?” • “How did I decide to…?” • “Why did I…?”
  7. 7. Classroom Scenario 1. Re-read or recall the classroom scenario discussed earlier. 2. As a group, create Checks for Understanding questions based on the teacher’s modeling used in the scenario. a. If you were the teacher delivering this lesson, what CFUs would you already have prepared for your students? 3. Share with whole group.
  8. 8. “…what is important and necessary for deep learning is that students experience all four phases of learning when encountering new content.” (Fisher and Frey)
  9. 9. Bridge to Practice Clear Target: Identify ways to model thinking throughout a lesson. • Task: Using the lesson plan(s) you brought with you today, script the modeling you will use for at least one lesson. • Remember to focus on the strategic thinking you want students to utilize in order to complete the task in your lesson or when using the skill covered in your lesson. • What CFUs will you prepare to assess thinking?
  10. 10. Resources Hollingsworth, John, and Silvia Ybarra. "Six: Delivering Information to Students." Explicit Direct Instruction (EDI): The Power of the Well-crafted, Well-taught Lesson. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin, 2009. 99-112. Print. Full Text is available on PLAN ONLINE E-BOOK OFFERINGS (2014-2015) - EXPLICIT DIRECT INSTRUCTION (EDI): THE POWER OF A WELL-CRAFTED, WELL-TAUGHT LESSON (TRAINING CREDIT) Course Code: 4792.12201

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