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Chapter 4

  1. 1. EDU 590 CHAPTER 4: Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers “Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works.”by Howard Pitler, Elizabeth R. Hubbell, Matt Kuhn and Kim Malenoski Central Michigan University
  2. 2. Chapter Four – Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers  Planning Question: Suggested Technology:Which Strategies Will Help 3. Word Processing Applications Students 4. Spreadsheet Software Acquire and 5. Organizing & Brainstorming Integrate Software Learning?  Learning 6. Multimedia Strategies:Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers
  3. 3. Chapter Four – Cues, Questions, and Advance OrganizersCues, Questions, and AdvanceOrganizers McREL’s research supports the following generalizations:4.Should focus on important higher-level cues, questions, andadvance organizers.5.Different types of organizers produce different results.6.Waiting briefly beforeaccepting responsesincreases depth ofstudents’ answers. Image Curtsey of Microsoft Clipart and Media
  4. 4. Chapter Four – Cues, Questions, and Advance OrganizersCues, Questions, and AdvanceOrganizers: McREL’s Recommendations:3.Use expository and narrative advance organizers.4.Teach students skimming.5.Use explicit cues.6.Ask analytic questions.7.Ask questions that elicitinferences.8.Teach how to usegraphic advance organizers. Image Curtsey of Microsoft Clipart and Media
  5. 5. Chapter Four – Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers  Planning Question: Word Processing Applications:Which Strategies  Word processing programs are Will Help extremely versatile and have great tool Students Acquire to create advance organizers, whether it and Integrate be expository, narrative, or graphic. Learning?  Insert Table to create a note-taking  Learning Strategies: template to help students organize their thoughts and essential information.Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers
  6. 6. Chapter Four – Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers  Planning Question: Spreadsheet Software:Which Strategies  Allows the creation of rubrics which Will Help prepare students to apply their Students Acquire abilities, knowledge, and critical and Integrate thinking skills. Learning? ◦ Combine expository information with  Learning artistic narrative organizers. Strategies:Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers
  7. 7. Chapter Four – Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers  Planning Question: Organizing andWhich Strategies Brainstorming Software: Will Help  Use software, like Kidspiration, to Students Acquire provide students with a and Integrate straightforward preview of what they Learning? will be learning that day, ex: Figure  Learning 4.1. Strategies: ◦ Create analytic questions.Cues, Questions, and Advance ◦ Create an advanced organizer with Organizers vocabulary terms and concepts.  Create a brainstorming web before diving into the lesson that day, pose an analytic question.
  8. 8. Chapter Four – Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers  Planning Question: Multimedia:Which Strategies  Extension of expository, narrative, Will Help and graphic advance organizers. Students Acquire ◦ United Streaming ( and Integrate www.unitedstreaming.com), The Internet Learning? Archive (www.archive.org), Google Video  Learning (http://video.google.com), A9 ( Strategies: http://a9.com), Creative Commons ( http://creativecommons.org), etc.Cues, Questions, and Advance  Creative engaging advance organizer Organizers and allow for practice.

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