Instructional Strategies that Work

By: Theresa Rangel & Sue Dizenzo

Welcome to a hands on adventure in Marzano's Nine Instructional Strategies that work!

Using the model given, work with a partner to create a Venn Diagram with the same categories.

* Use the Venn Diagram you created to have a discussion with another group about what you have learned about each other in doing this activity.

Check out the links and videos below:

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/graphicorganizers...

In your foldable book:
Jot down some ideas on how you can use similarities and differences in your practice.

Go to this link:  https://www.teachingchannel.org/questions/notes-vs-note-taking

1. Read the scenario in the yellow box. Decide what you think about the question asked?

2. Turn and talk with a partner about how you would respond to the teacher.

3. Read the posted responses and talk with your tablemates.

Watch this short video on post-it notes :)

https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/enhance-stu...

1. Turn and talk regarding your thoughts.

2. Whole group discussion.

Other Resources to Explore:

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/graphicorganizers/

http://sddial.k12.sd.us/esa/doc/teachers/marzano/summarizine%20note%20taking.ppt

http://www.teachertube.com/search_result.php?query...

http://www.nhcs.net/instruction/citw%20year%20III%...

In your foldable book:
After exploring the various links, how will your practice change?

Looking at this video what kind of feedback would you give Jessica? Jot it down.

After hearing the judges feedback do you think they have given her feedback that will improve her practice? Turn and Talk.

Check out this link on providing feedback:

http://www.edutopia.org/blog/grading-tips-student-...

Explore the feedback handouts in the right side of your folder

In your foldable book:
List one example of evaluative feedback and one example of descriptive feedback from our discussion today.

Let's see who's cooperative and who's competitive

In your foldable:
Think about one strategy that you might be able to implement in your practice.

In your foldable write down one idea, example, or thought that embodies this strategy.

In your foldable write down one idea, example or thought that embodies this strategy.

In your foldable write down one idea, example, or thought that embodies this strategy.

Activity: Think about the workshop so far, this week and last week. You are now going to do a scavenger hunt and identify within this workshop what would be an example of a:

* CUE

*QUESTION

*ADVANCED ORGANIZER

Videos:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZKpPCk2onM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4Hwf4nNYX8

Links:

http://www.netc.org/focus/strategies/cues.php

http://www.netc.org/focus/strategies/cues.php

Go to the video tab after scrolling down a little

http://moody.ccisd.us/www/moody/site/hosting/Mrs.%20Moreno/High%20Yield%20Strategies/Cues,%20Questions%20and%20Advance%20Organizers.pdf

In your foldable write down one idea, example, or thought that embodies this strategy.

In this foldable write down one idea, example or thought that embodies this strategy.