Numbered Heads Together - Constant Contact

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Procedures: 1. Students work in groups of four. Each student is assigned a number. 2. Teacher poses a question and provides think time. (example: “ Everyone,.

Numbered Heads Together Teammates work together to ensure all members understand; one is selected to share response.

Procedures: 1.

Students work in groups of four. Each student is assigned a number.

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Teacher poses a question and provides think time. (example: “Everyone, think about why water is important to farmers and to crops. [pause] Now make sure everyone on your team knows why water is so important to farmers and to crops.”

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Students indicate when everyone knows the answer or has something to share.

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Teacher calls a number. The student with that number from each team answers in turn. ELLs will benefit from: 1. White board slates 2. Choral response 3. Manipulatives 4. Agree/disagree response followed by teammate's elaboration

5. Teacher / classmates validate the student for responding. McGriff, M.

Think Aloud: ELLs require explicit linguistic and contextual cues.

Predict

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The title, the illustrations and/or the way the words appear on the page make me think this will be about…

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Prior Knowledge I already know from _____ that ____. This is why I can predict that …

Question ? I wonder about ____. I will read to find out…

Visualize # MONITOR ! I know I am confused about ____, so I will stop to reread or rethink about ….

I pictured what was happening here, and it helped me understand ______.

McGriff, M.

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Summarize When I think about what I have read so far, I can summarize …

Resources for locating trade books •National Science Teacher’s Association Outstanding Science Trade Books for Students K–12 http://www.nsta.org/publications/ostb/ •National Council for the Social Studies Notable Social Studies Trade Books For Young People http://www.socialstudies.org/notable

Olness, R. (2007). Trade Books in the Content Classroom. In Using Literature to Enhance Content Area Instruction (pp. 1-17). Newark, DE: International Reading Association. http://www.reading.org/Publish.aspx?page=bk600-1Olness.pdf&mode=retrieve&D=10.1598/0872076006.1&F=bk600-1-Olness.pdf&key=648F83B90763-4D17-900E-C8D625464556

McGriff, M.