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Right before Winter Break I created this Anchor Chart to remind the kiddos about some of the Accountable Talk phrases we have discussed. Accountable Talk essentially means actively participating in academic conversation. In other words, the kiddos take turns speaking, provide proof for their opinions, add to previous comments, and disagree appropriately. This type of academically-based conversation encourages the kiddos to think before they speak and really listen to each other. I found this…
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Getting your students to Turn and Talk is a great way to have all students engaged in conversation at the same time.
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What a beautiful weekend it has been here in Southern California! Today, we got our first hint of Fall. I love it! I hope everyone is doing well, especially all of our teaching friends who were impacted by Sandy. Things have been really getting exciting in my classroom. As I have mentioned before, we have been diving into non-fiction text features for quite sometime. We recently began writing our "Expert Books" on Bats. This theme was perfect for Halloween Week and we had so much fun doing…
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We’re continuing our annual summer book study with Abby from Kindergarten Chaos. This summer we’re reading and discussing the book Strategies That Work which focuses on reading comprehension. Key Takeaways… The post Strategies That Work: Turn And Talk appeared first on The Kindergarten Smorgasboard.
Get ready to start the school year like a boss! This isn’t your post about how to make your bulletin boards super cute or where to hang that chevron bunting, I am getting down to the nuts and bolts of teaching that I feel set the tone for the entire year. Here are some tips, …
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Turning Around a Turn and Talk: How to help students care about what their partners are sharing with them. (The Thinker Builder)
Instead of trying to stifle 5-year-olds, embrace their conversations. Turn and talk...and then some. Let the children talk, but teach them to talk in specific ways about specific things.
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