Putting the Puzzle Together

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Putting the Puzzle Together. Planning Process and Integration. Essential Question. How can one incorporate all the different curricular pieces to help students achieve more?. Planning with the STANDARDS in mind. Viewed the Polk County Curriculum Maps. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


<p>Putting the Puzzle Together</p> <p>Putting the Puzzle TogetherPlanning Process and Integration</p> <p>How can one incorporate all the different curricular pieces to help students achieve more?Essential Question</p> <p>Planning with the STANDARDS in mindViewed the Polk County Curriculum MapsViewed the 09/10 Language Arts NGSSS standardsCompared both itemsWrote my Student Learning MapAsked peer teacher to reviewBegan planning my unit using ToolboxIt is important for me as a teacher to ensure I am covering all the standards and not just the curriculum map.Looked for standards missing from county mapsUsing scaffolding and kid-friendly languageAdded scaffolding (for myself and for students)Split up vocabulary words (no more than 5-6 key vocab for each concept)I reworked it so I would be cognizant of the standards I was covering throughout the unit.</p> <p>Transition from Curriculum Map to Student Learning Map</p> <p>HANDOUT A</p> <p>HANDOUT B</p> <p>Launch ActivityHANDOUT C</p> <p>I wanted a lesson that would Engage students Tap into their prior knowledge Incorporate THINKING MAPS Have frequent checks for understanding Be fun for the students Have flexibility for differentiationPlanning my Launch ActivityHANDOUT CI wanted to have three different activities for the 90 minute period to keep students engaged:Defining poetry using circle mapI Am From poems to gauge prior knowledgePoetry Survivor pendants as a summary activity</p> <p>Structuring the Launch ActivityHANDOUT C</p> <p>Final EATS Lesson of the UnitHANDOUT DIn my lesson I wanted Engaged students To use relevant materials Include color-coding text Have frequent checks for understanding Be fun for the students Teach in DETAIL how to analyze a poem with TPCASTT Challenge students to think outside the box</p> <p>Planning my EATS LessonHANDOUT D</p> <p>First, I needed to review essential vocabulary with them.Introduce them to the TPCASTT acronym Have students take two-column notesUse the WRITE-COMPARE-SHARE structure of CISM to keep students engaged throughout the lessonEnsure students were able to identify symbolism and figurative language in a poem/text.Structuring my EATS LessonHANDOUT DI scripted out my lesson plan for ME!I put approximate times on my lesson plan and tried my absolute BEST to stick to them.I knew already what I wanted them to know about poetry before they left the class and I wrote that on my lesson plan as a reminder.I used a consistent strategy so, when I didnt pay attention to my lesson plan, students called me out on skipping a step in the process.</p> <p>Scripting it OUT!Pretend you are the administrator who is doing my evaluation. Use the following to evaluate my lessons:Video clips (observation)Unit Plan (SLM)Lesson plans (EATS and LAUNCH ACTIVITY)*Pull out your EPC Domain 2 rubric to complete your evaluation</p> <p>Your Turn Watch the VideoIn my lessons, I was able to integrate:Thinking MapsTwo-column NotesCollaborative PairsCISM strategiesProficient Reading PracticesWritingSummarizationChecks for understandingHigher Order Thinking Discussion (whole group and small group)Rigor, relevance, and relationships</p> <p>Integration</p>


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