How Do I Feel?

How Do I Feel?
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Marzano, R. J., Pickering, D. J., & Heflebower, T. (2011). The Highly Engaged Classroom. Bloomington, IN: Marzano Research Laboratory.

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  • Effective Pacing
  • Today everyone, we are going to review the class routines for: -switching tasks -what to do if you finish early -how we end class
  • I know these answers!
  • Incorporating Physical Movement
  • Everyone, including me, is feeling a bit sluggish. So, let's get out of our seats. Then, show me with your hands the direction of the x-axis in the coordinate grid! 1-2-3-GO!!
  • I love being able to get out of my seat.
  • Demonstrating Intensity & Enthusiasm
  • ( - 1) + (- 2) = ?
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  • Learning to add and subtract integers can be difficult. Even though I teach math, when I first learned integers, I was so confused and frustrated.
  • Wow! Even math teachers struggled with learning integers!
  • 1. Administrative Tasks 2. Transitions 3. Seatwork 4. Presentation of New Content
  • Using Humor
  • I am going to show you a clip on how we can inspire others from one of my favorite movies, Dead Poets Society. This may answer your question of why I am standing on my desk!
  • 1. Movement to Lift Energy 2. Movement That Furthers Understanding 3. Movement for the Whole Class or School
  • Building Positive Teacher-Student & Peer Relationship
  • I am so sorry to hear that Josh has been bullying you. I will walk down to the counseling office with you and we can explain to the counselor what is going on.
  • 1. Personal Stories 2. Verbal & Nonverbal Signals 3. Zest for Teaching
  • Building Positive Teacher-Student & Peer Relationship Cont...
  • Glad you enjoyed the lesson on how scene designs involves ratios and proportions.
  • 1. Self-Directed Humor 2. Funny Headlines or Quotes 3. Movie Clips & Media Entertainment 4. Class Symbol for Humor
  • Watching movie clips always makes me excited for what we are about to learn!
  • 1. Ensure Fair & Equitable Treatment of All Students 2. Show Interest In & Affection for Students     a. Simple courtesies     b. Physical contact & physical gestures     c. Students needs & concerns
  • I know that I can always go to Mrs. Bestram for help.
  • 3. Identify & Use Positive Information About Students     a. Structured opportunities to highlight interests         & accomplishments     b. Parents & guardians     c. Fellow teachers
  • Thanks for showing me how my scene design for the school play involves math
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