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Engaging Students in Learning. Bag Talk. Presenters: Alaka Das Barbara Ferrante. Objectives. Participants will engage in learning activities that: P romote student engagement Provide “multiple entry points” for students - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Engaging Students in LearningBag Talk

Presenters:Alaka DasBarbara Ferrante1ObjectivesParticipants will engage in learning activities that: Promote student engagement

Provide multiple entry points for students

Encourage students to reflect on what they have done and what they have learnedSticky Self- Assessment 1.I can promote student engagement.

2. I can provide multiple entry points for students.

3. I can encourage students to reflect on what they have done and what they have learned.

AgendaSticky Self Assessment

Bag Talk with Addition Strategies

Problem Solving

Bag Talk with 3c

Implications for InstructionGrade 2Addition StrategiesGo Math Unit 2 Chapter 4

Addition Strategies Bag TalkIn Groups of 4:

Choose a strategy card.Think about the addition strategy represented on the card.Take notes on the post-it behind the card.Take turns explaining the strategy to your group. (Be prepared to ask and/or answer questions about the strategy) Return cards to the bag.

Regroup with Base Ten Blocks

Partial Sums

Partial Sums

Make a Ten

Make a Ten with Base Ten Blocks

Make a Ten25 + 48 232+23 + 50 = 73Open Number Line: 67 + 25

+10 +10 +5

67 77 87 92

From Chapter 7 - Page 198Solve using at least 2 strategies One strategy you know very well and one you just learned from the bagsSolve using at least 2 strategies

Share with a partner:1. One strategy you used2. Why you chose the strategyHow the strategy helped you

After Partners Share:Discuss with partner how the strategies you shared were alike and/or different

Whole Group Share:Teacher chooses students to share (Scaffold)Bag TalkHow did Bag Talk help you solve the problem?

At Your Table:1. Discuss2. Write your response on a post-itPlace post-it on outside of the bag.(Write your name on back of post-it.)Bag Talk About 3cIn Groups of 4:1. Choose a card.Reflect on the sentence or phrase (refer to the text and todays learning)3. Share your thoughts with your group.4. Write a statement on a post-it that synthesizes all of your groups thoughts.5. Sign your names on the post-it.6. Place the post-it on the outside of the Bag.How did todays strategies Engage Students? (from 3c)1. Students are developing their understanding through what they do.2. A lesson usually has a discernible structure: a beginning, a middle, and an end, with scaffolding provided by the teacher or by the activities themselves.3. Students are encouraged to reflect on what they have done and what they have learned4. It is essential that students be challenged to be minds-on.Implications for InstructionWhat was the purpose of synthesizing the 4 statements and placing the post it on the bag?

How could you use todays learning in your classroom?

How could you use Bag Talk with last weeks Close Read (Eleven)?Revisit Sticky Self- Assessment 1.I can promote student engagement.

2. I can provide multiple entry points for students.

3. I can encourage students to reflect on what they have done and what they have learned.