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464 proj

  1. 1. Question Driven Teaching in Language Arts<br />
  2. 2. How did you go about reading and thinking about this play?<br />
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  4. 4. How do the relationships in our lives shape our values and actions?<br />
  5. 5. How do the relationships in our lives shape our values and actions?How would this question change the way a class would read and think about Romeo and Juliet?How would it change what a teacher does? How does it change a student’s experience?<br />
  6. 6. What is question driven teaching?<br /> The use of questions as a curricular framework<br />Instruction that . . .<br />focuses on big ideas and enduring questions over<br /> extended periods of time to add depth and rigor to the<br /> curriculum.<br />is organized around “essential” higher-level questions that provoke multiple perspectives to help students understand “big ideas” and to help them shape the way they think critically for themselves<br />
  7. 7. Using questions to . . .<br />Prepare and help students in effective classroom discussion<br />Connect what they learn themselves, the world, and other texts<br />Clarify, extend, assess, and deepen understanding<br />Organize instruction <br />(p. 18)<br />
  8. 8. Pick one: Consider what it would require to fully answer it.<br />
  9. 9. Why organize instruction in this way?<br />“Teachers must switch their instruction from what must be taught to what kinds of teaching will maximize learning.”<br />
  10. 10. Why? (con’t)<br /> “Weaving in a critical approach to teaching” (Wilson and Alvermann)<br /> Ms. Thompson “wanted her students to develop a critical awareness . . .and involve them in activities that demonstrate how interpretations of multimodal texts are ‘part and parcel of . . .specific social, cultural, institutional, and political practices.<br />
  11. 11. Why? (con’t)<br /> Provides opportunities to have learners “move across sign systems . . .invent connections between them . . .and have richer and more complex understandings” (Alvermann and Wilson, p. 4)<br />
  12. 12. How do the relationships in our lives shape our values and actions?<br />
  13. 13. “I have concluded that in a flat world, IQ- Intelligence Quotient – still matters, but CQ and PQ – Curioity Quotient and Passion Quotient – matter even more. I live by the equation CQ+PQ>IQ. Give me a kid with a passion to learn and a curiosity to discover and I will take him or her over a less passionate kid with a high IQ every day of the week” (p.304)<br />
  14. 14. Sir Ken Robinson<br />
  15. 15. “Questions are the Swiss Army Knife of an active, disciplined mind trying to understand texts or concepts and communicate that understanding to others.”<br />Exhibit Curiosity 80% <br />Challenge their own beliefs 77%<br />Engage in intellectual discussions 74%<br />See other points of view 77%<br />Generate hypotheses 72%<br />
  16. 16. Darling-Hammond’s principles of learning:<br />1.) Prior knowledge of students must be addressed<br />2.) Students need to organize and use knowledge conceptually if they are to apply beyond the classroom.<br />3.) Students need to understand how they learn and how to manage their own learning.<br />How do the relationships in our lives shape our values and actions?<br />

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