Sheep in a Jeep - Feedback Model Lesson
OPAPP Model lesson for FeedBack - Sheep in a Jeep
Sheep in a Jeep is a 5th grade science/ELA lesson based on the book "Sheep in a Jeep by Nancy Shaw. Students learn about force and motion using the story and toy cars and farm animals.
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This video focuses on some basic teacher techniques that you may already be using in your classroom. It is meant as a refresher and hopefully, an inspiration for new ways to expand what you already use and share. Techniques include Rapid Rewards, Risk Taking, Wait Time and more.
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The Doorbell Rang
The Doorbell Rang is a math/ELA lesson for grades 3, 4 and 5, but demonstrates Formative Instructional Techniques that can be used in all grade levels including high school. As you go through the lesson you will see techniques such as immediate response, collaboration and quick write (opinion paper) and get ideas of how to implement them into your current lessons.
Day in the Life of a Herder
Day in the Life of a Herder is a social studies/ELA lesson for grades 3, 4 and 5, but demonstrates Formative Instructional Techniques that can be used in all grade levels including high school. As you go through the lesson you will see techniques such as immediate response, collaboration and quick write (minute paper) and get ideas of how to implement them into your current lessons.
Collaborative Activities encourage students to take responsibility for their work and builds teamwork skills by allowing students to work together. Collaboration gives students the opportunity to learn from each other and gives teachers the opportunity to listen to students to learn more about what they're thinking and their problem-solving processes.
Visual Representations are a helpful strategy because students sometimes have a hard time visualizing how things work until they can see it. Visual Reps can be an effective way to show students cause and effect relationships, which encourage critical thinking. Diagrams, graphs, models and computer simulations are some examples of Visual Representations.
It's difficult for them to visualize, to imagine - Ed
It got them to think critically about it and gave them deeper recall. - Ryan
They can see what happens when they change one thing - Carol