Allen and Pond Getting Current with Marazano`s 9 Instructional

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Active Engagement with Current Events
and Addressing Marzano's 9
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JCMS D107
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UNITS of STUDY
History
Civics/Government
Geography
Economics
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STANDARDS
Choices have consequences
Individuals have rights and responsibilities
Societies are shapes by beliefs, idea, and
diversity
Societies experience continuity and change
over time
Relationships between people, place, idea
and environments are dynamic
4-ESS3.B (4-ESS3-2) A variety of
hazards result from natural
processes. Humans cannot
eliminate the hazards but can
take steps to reduce their
impacts.
5-ESS3.C (5-ESS3-1) Human Impacts
on Earths Systems. Human
activities in agriculture
industry and everyday live have
had major effects on land. But
individuals and communities are
doing things to help protect the
earth’s resources and
environments.
MS ESS2.D (MS ESS2-5) Weather and
Fourth Grade-Geography (G), pg 5
• Students will use maps, graphic
representations, tools and
technologies to locate use and
present information about
people , places a and
environments
Fifth Grade – Geography Skills, pg
7
• Answer geographic questions to
construct knowledge and connect
To effectively summarize, students must delete some information, substitute some
information and keep some information.
Non-linguistic representations should elaborate on the pre-existing knowledge or the
newly introduced knowledge.
A variety of activities to produce non-linguistic
representations should be used.
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Creating Graphic Representations
Making Physical Models
Generating Mental Pictures
Drawing Pictures and Pictographs
Engaging in Kinesthetic Activities
Hypotheses generation and testing can be approached in a more inductive or
deductive manner.
Inductive-Use general rules to make a prediction about a specific event.
Deductive-Specific pieces of information lead to general conclusion
Presenting students with explicit guidance in identifying similarities and
differences enhances students’ understanding of ability to use knowledge
Students should be encouraged to personalize the teacher’s goals, adapting them to their personal needs and
desires. Students can effectively provide some of their own feedback. Non-authoritative feedback produces
significant gain.
Cooperative learning should be applied consistently and systematically, yet not
overused. Organizing groups based on ability should be done sparingly.
Cues, questions and advanced organizers should focus on what is important,
rather than what is unusual.
Daily Curriculum Available
Reward is most effective when it is contingent on the attainment of some
standard of performance.
The amount of homework should
vary from elementary, to middle, to
high school. Parent involvement in
homework should be kept at a
minimum.
Paper Options
e-Options
Spiral Notebook
Pocket Folder
Note Taking Guide
Preparation
Remember that CNN Student News is a news program that presents current events and issues in the real world. We
strongly advise you to preview each program before showing students, as you are the best judge of the appropriateness of
its news content for your specific class.
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Teacher
Establish learning target
Play Student News Clips or entire
video
Guide in clarification of main idea
and supporting details.
Lead discussion by using H.O.T.S.
Exit Ticket, Home Connection,
Reflection on Class
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Students
Reflect and TPS
Using note-taking materials
thoughtfully
Students are partnered or groups
accordingly
Discuss and ask questions for
clarification
Adding to Reflection and
participating in closing activity.

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