Thursday, February 9, 2012 Questioning –By Teachers –By Students Artifact Activity –With questioning strategies.

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<ul><li><p>Thursday, February 9, 2012QuestioningBy TeachersBy Students Artifact Activity With questioning strategies</p></li><li><p>Lesson ObjectivesSWBATIdentify strategies for effective teacher questioning and strengthening student questioning strategies.Define the Socratic MethodEvaluate their own use of questions during lessons.Evaluate their use of wait time.Implement strategies that encourage students to use higher order thinking and develop thick and thin questions.Brainstorm possible lesson ideas exploring the concepts of Archeology and Artifacts.</p></li><li><p>About this lessonMethod?Combination of a couple different lessons Ive doneU.S. History Simulation BookArcheology UnitAt Risk 6th / 8th grade history</p></li><li><p>QuestioningTeacher Questioning StrategiesStudent Questioning Strategies</p></li><li><p>Teacher Questioning StrategiesWait TimeWrite Questions into lesson plan.Open/ClosedThick/ThinUse Blooms Taxonomy- spend at least half of time on higher levels Higher Order ThinkingQuestions that ask students to evaluateQuestions that ask students for creative solutions synthesize</p></li><li><p>Teacher QuestioningEach Stage of Lesson Plan</p><p>Exploratory/Anticipatory SetBroad questionsEmploy prior understandingAll students can answerGuide Lesson</p><p>Lesson DevelopmentSkillsMain Concepts</p><p>ExpansionApplying skills in new contextsAsk students to evaluateEvaluate new attitudes towards concept</p></li><li><p>Socratic MethodWhat have you heard about the Socratic Method before? Any prior experience with it?</p><p> Used to examine concepts with no concrete definition.</p><p>A line of questioning that gets participants to examine the truth of their own beliefs.</p><p>Challenge Assumptions</p><p>Devils Advocate</p></li><li><p>Student Questioning StrategiesHelp students differentiate between thick v. thin questions.Thin: Questions of clarificationsThick: Questions that require students to extend their thinking beyond the given topic.Strategies that encourage students to ask questions:While they readAbout their own thinking (metacognition)While they are completing activities</p></li><li><p>Archeology/Jamestown LessonLesson Objectives:SWBATIdentify some information archeologists have learned about Jamestown from artifacts.Evaluate the important work archeologists do.Evaluate how difficult it is to be an archeologist.</p></li><li><p>Anticipatory Set/Exploratory IntroductionReading about JamestownThick v. Thin Questions with Post It NotesKey QuestionVideo:http://www.preservationvirginia.org/rediscovery/page.php?page_id=6</p></li><li><p>Lesson DevelopmentJamestown ArtifactsArtifact AnalysisThick v. Thin Questions with Post It NotesDiscussion Questions</p></li><li><p>ExpansionMystery ArtifactsDiscussion Questions</p></li><li><p>Midterm EvaluationsTurn in and then sign your name to the sheet for your 5 points for the day!</p></li></ul>

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