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Attentive Education Dr. Harvey Silver Joyce Jackson Green River Educational Cooperative May 2, 2006

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Thoughtful Questions What is a procedure? What are procedures useful for? How would you procure them? What system has delivered the best pick up in understudies' scholastic execution on state appraisals? By what means would I be able to give the system something to do in my classroom and all through my school?

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What is something you figured out how to do and do it well? How could you have been able to you take in this?

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Long Term Memory Short Term Memory Working Memory Multiple introduction Variety of methodologies Intensity of believed Is this vital? Will I utilize this? Is it worth the hazard?

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Classroom Instruction that Works Marzano, Classroom Instruction that Works

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What is a procedure? What are a few systems you have utilized as a part of your life? What is an equivalent word for the word technique? How would you make systems function? So what is a methodology?

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What Can Style Teach Us About a Strategy? Is it a formula? Is it an arrangement of standards? Is it an association with individuals? Is it a procedure? A system is a basic leadership gadget for completing an arrangement of activity.

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How can educating with systems be a twofold edge sword?

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Why do we require Teaching Strategies? Procedures… … show content; increment Depth of Knowledge; oversee guideline; shows freedom; address assorted qualities; help understudies create deep rooted learning aptitudes; and move the center from arranging a lesson to getting ready for learning.

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Why may an educator be hesitant to utilize systems? backs off scope; expands educator attention to what understudies know and don't have the foggiest idea; makes instructors and learners more mindful of learning crevices; each procedure is a train—it sets aside opportunity to learn.

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A mountain and its appearance How comparable! How diverse! How Does a Strategy Grow? A Focus on Compare and Contrast

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Kinds of Knowledge Declarative: Describe the procedure and its motivations. Procedural: Use the technique on request. Logical or Conditional: Analyze a circumstance a decide when it fitting to address the issues of learning.

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The Power of Reflection

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The Most Important Element in Improving Professional Practice Reconsider- - Question Yourself and Challenge Assumptions Reconnect- - Trends, Data and Your Own Practices Reframe- - See the World in a New and Different Way

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Three Kinds of Intelligences Neural Experiential Reflective Innate, birth Acquired from Personal Experiences Control System

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Think about in some cases you have utilized examination as a part of your classroom What are a few lessons or circumstance where you requested that your understudies look at? Why did you utilize examination in these circumstances? What are a portion of the qualities or a few shortcomings when you utilized correlation as a procedure?

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4 Goals of Compare & Contrast Memory Higher Order Thinking Comprehension Writing in the Content Areas

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What is correlation for? It is the establishment for genuine thought; With building the capacity to perceive similitudes and contrasts we assembled: -the limit with regards to grouping; -the reasoning aptitudes essential for dissecting; -the capacity for deciphering and utilizing information fittingly.

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So quite a bit of what we need understudies to learn is… . Imperceptible Confusable Neglectable

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Why understudies battle with thoroughly analyze? They can't get to the data—it is not in their memory. They don't take care of the vital characteristics and give their thoughtfulness regarding points of interest that have little significance. They consider it to be a correct reply rather than an investigation procedure since it is utilized fundamentally as appraisal. They do correlations as a finishes to itself, not as an instrument for creating further understanding.

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Invisible Information What is the imperceptible data you instruct in your substance range? majority rules system feudalism breath group gravity

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Confusable Information Do I utilize a comma or semicolon? What is the distinction between an analogy and an illustration? Osmosis? Dispersion? What is confusable data your understudies must know?

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Neglectable Information What are a few cases of neglectable data you instruct?

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Learning from the understudy's work. Blue Binder : Pillar I Page 32 What would we be able to gain from this understudy about how his instructor utilized correlation with help him turn into an autonomous thinker?`

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Hidden Skill How may educators utilize examination if the objective is to engage understudies to wind up keen clients of examinations and to have the capacity to lead a free correlation?

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Four Phases of the Compare and Contrast Strategy Description Comparison Conclusion Application (Synthesis)

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Description What is the reason What are the sources? By what means will I help understudies recognize criteria?

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Phase I: Description Select the things to think about. Distinguish the criteria or qualities that would center examination of the things. Portray every thing independently. On one hand there is… and then again there is… criteria

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Comparison What visual coordinator will I use to help understudies think about?

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Phase II: Comparison Select a realistic coordinator. Recognize similitudes and contrasts. Y

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Conclusion What exchange inquiries will I use to create understudies considering? Are the ideas all the more similar or distinctive? What causes the distinctions and what are these impacts? What would you be able to sum up from the similitudes?

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Phase III: Conclusion Ask inquiries, for example, Are the things more comparable or more extraordinary? What may represent the distinctions? What may represent the simililarities? What new thoughts, conclusions or speculations would you be able to now make?

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Application How will I evaluate understudies' understanding? What can understudies do to exhibit their comprehension? What criteria will understudies use to assess their work?

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Phase IV: Application (Synthesis) Identify different cases of every thing. Make an item or finish an errand that applies new learning.

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A Sample Lesson: Compare and Contrast Different Times, Different Households How are family units comparative and diverse?

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PEER Reading A 17 th Century Father Talks to His Daughter Father is Coming (19 th Century Song)

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Description Phase 17 th Century Criteria 19 th Century Father's Role Daughter's Role Nature of Home Nature of the World

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Comparison Phase Similarities 17 th Century Differences 19 th Century Differences

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Conclusion Phase Are the two homes all the more indistinguishable or distinctive? What do you speculate to be a few foundations for the distinctions? What speculations would you be able to make about the part of fathers and little girls from these cases? about families?

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Application Create a need advertisement for a 21 st century father. Ensure you incorporate obligations and advantages of the part in your promotion.

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Compare and Contrast Compare and Contrast in Math Samuel is running late for a meeting in Cortville, which is 40 miles down Route 27. Samuel should be to his meeting by 4:00. It is presently 3:15. as far as possible on Route 27 is 35 miles for each hour, how late will he be? Samuel is running late once more. This time his meeting is down Breward Skyway. The meeting is 40 miles away and it is presently 3:15. On the off chance that Samuel should be at his meeting by 4:00, how quick will he need to drive?

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Description Phase Problem 1 Problem 2 What should be discovered? What does the chart resemble? What is the response to the issue? How could you have been able to you approach taking care of the issue?

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Comparison Phase Problem 1 Problem 2 Differences Similarities

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Conclusion Phase Develop a brief that clarifies your discoveries. Make certain to examine what causes the distinctions in the approach you take approaching taking care of every issue.

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Application Phase Create two issues like Problem 1 and Problem 2. Since we saw that Problem 1 approached you to take care of for time and Problem 2 approached you to tackle for rate, make two more issues that are searching for you to illuminate for separation.

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Four East Steps: Planning a Compare and Contrast Lesson Step 1: Identify the subject, assets, and what understudies will think about. Step 2: Identify the motivation behind the correlation. Step 3: Select the criteria for the examination . Step 4: Develop an amalgamation errand

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Step 1: Topic Step 2: Purpose for Comparison Step 3: Select Criteria Step 4: Develop a Synthesis Task

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Four Comparisons that Work Take One: Compare and Contrast Take Two: Classification Take Three: Metaphorical Teaching Take Four: Analogies

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Compare and Contrast: Take Two Classification

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Inductive Learning G ather materials for gathering; R eview materials insightfully; O rganize things into gatherings; U se names to depict what every gathering individuals have in like manner; P bind things in however many diverse gatherings as would be prudent; S earch for conceivable surmisings, speculations, or guesses and the proof to test them.

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Examine the Data precious stones homeless person kind creepy crawlies childish man stack mean talking supper burrowing inept apple tree old lady prizing window poor eat timberland narrow minded hunt share old man listened nourishment

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Group and Label Kind share helping listened circumspect

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Regrouping and Organizing kind sha

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