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Flipping Through History. CLMS Darlene Pope February 28, 2010 Sacramento, CA. Topics. Academic /Historical Language Translating Notes Enhancing the Basic Flip Book Complex tasks Helpful Hintnumber the pages of your handoutsfront side only 1-11. Increasing Rigor . - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Flipping Through History

CLMS Darlene Pope February 28, 2010Sacramento, CAFlipping Through History

5 minutes for my introduction and background. Slides 1-31TopicsAcademic /Historical LanguageTranslating NotesEnhancing the Basic Flip BookComplex tasks

Helpful Hintnumber the pages of your handoutsfront side only 1-11

Increasing Rigor Costas Level of Thinking

Marzanos Effective Strategies

Multiple Intelligence

Historical Thinking PatternsPoint out charts that relate to each of these 3Vocabulary Flip Words

Add photo here4Vocabulary Costas Level of ThinkingLevel 2 Classification

Marzanos Effective StrategiesSimilarities and DifferencesGenerating and Testing HypothesesNonlinguistic Representation

Multiple IntelligenceVerbal LinguisticVisual Spatial Mathematical LogicalBodily Kinesthetic

Historical Thinking PatternsWill vary with topic and sophistication of the students.ESP (Economic Social Political)GRAPES (based on CA state standards for 6 & 7 especially)

Vocabulary 6What It Looks Like

Add photo of notebook (Alice) and steps to the revolution7How to Do ItMake a matchbook foldable.Put the word on the small flapPut a visual of the word on the front coverPut the definition on the lower part of the inside.Optional-put another component (Frayer model) on the upper part of the inside cover.Translating Notes

Big Idea or question.Visualization of notesNotes Translating NotesCostas Level of ThinkingLevel 2 Analyze Level 3 Interpret

MarzanoNotetaking & summaryGraphic RepresentationSimilarities and differences

Translating NotesMultiple IntelligenceVerbal LinguisticVisual SpatialBodily KinestheticMathematical LogicalIntrapersonal*Interpersonal if students then switch papers translate back into words.

Historical Thinking PatternWill vary with task

What it looks likeHow to Do ItFold a piece of lined paper in half the long way. Take notes on the left side of the page as you would for Cornell Notes.Write relevant questions/comments/important terms on the right side of the page.Fold the page so the note column covers the question column and you see half of the blank side of the page.Translate the important ideas of the notes into a visual representation so that all key points are included. Use a scissors to cut each section with a visual to form a flap for each visual.

The Non-traditional Flip Book

Flip BooksCostas Level of ThinkingLevel 1 Identify Level 2 Analyze, categorize, compare, organize, sequence Level 3 Interpret, imagine, evaluate, inventMarzanoNonlinguistic representationSimilarities and differencesGraphic Organizer

Flip BooksMultiple IntelligenceVerbal LinguisticVisual SpatialBodily KinestheticMathematical LogicalHistorical Thinking PatternCategorization Bias-perspectiveCause & EffectCompare & ContrastChange across time.

What It Looks LikeFlip Books.pptxVariationsSections3 branches of governmentSteps to a war/revolutionCompare components among different culturesGeographyReligionArt PoliticalEconomicSocial Historical PerspectiveLevels of ImportanceShapesOf a countryElectronic Sources

http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/flipbook/

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/crafts/Facetemplate.shtml

How to Do ItBasic HintsDecide on the # of pages you want in the flip bookDivide that # by two-this is how many pieces of paper you will needStagger the sheetsFold sheets to make one more stagger in the middleIf you use colored paper these middle pages will be the same colorbe sure there are 2!Staple at the topIf cut the pages into columns-do not cut the cover or back pageBook tends to fall apart if you do.21ConsiderAdding a written component to organizational flip booksRank the steps to the Civil War.Justify Describe why you chose your top three steps.

ComplexTasks

Complex TasksCostas Level of ThinkingLevel 2 Apply, compare/contrast, analyze, sequence, categorize, justify Level 3 Evaluate, judge, generalize, synthesize, interpret, speculateMarzanoSummary Graphic organizerNonlinguistic representationSimilarities and differencesGenerating and testing hypothesesCooperative learning

Complex TasksMultiple IntelligenceVerbal LinguisticVisual SpatialMathematical LogicalIntrapersonalInterpersonal Historical Thinking PatternCause & effectCompare & contrastChange across timeChronological thinkingCategorizationHistorical perspective

How to Do ItWhat It Looks Likestudent work\Complex Tasks.pptxIncreasing Accessthe importance of scaffoldingComplex tasks need careful scaffoldingWhen teaching a thinking patternuse information the students are already familiar withPrior knowledgePersonal experiences of studentsReview content previously studiedImbed a scaffolding progressionCreate Graphic Organizers that can then be cut and pasted onto the flip book. Make an electronic version of your graphic organizer that can be downloaded by students and completed on their computer.Consider grading content mastery not complianceDeadlinesSample Scaffolding ProgressionPowerpoint and handouts are available at www.strategicteaching.wordpress.com