Reading, Talking, & Thinking Together – Casey Daugherty
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Session RatingHow do you imagine you might be able to use the strategies presented in this session in your classroom?What have you learned?
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5I will use the strategies learned to engage students' interest, think critically, etc. I'm excited! Thank you!
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5We are always looking for nonfiction mentor texts to go along with our short stories.Mingle, Mingle, Mingle and List, Group, Label.
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5I would absolutely use this frontloading activity in my classroom.A great way to motivate students to want to read!
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5I could use it with essays I have taught, such as Modest Proposal.
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5I think I can use these strategies before introducing a new topic and think critically about what they are reading.Various grouping, critical thinking strategies.
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5I would love to use the Quotation Mingle and List, Group, Label. I think it will be useful in my nonfiction reading instruction.I've learned ways to engage students, increase critical thinking, and create ownership in learning.
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5In Socratic research, specifically with my psychology and world history classes.Ways to differentiate the way my students gather information.
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5I'm an ELA teacher, so we read a lot. I am a first-year teacher, so every strategy helps!Ways to motivate my students to read. Low level learner strategies. Great activities.
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5I will use this in my classroom in nearly every unit/reading concept.Students can figure out what they need/want to learn.
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5Very useful. Wonderful strategies that will be implemented.Mingle, Mingle, Mingle. Text coding.
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5I would use these strategies before reading a book or even before teaching math concepts. I loved how it engages the mind and pulls everything together.I learned the block party or tea party strategy and lots of ways to get students to think critically.
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5Perfect way to help my kiddos grasp predicting and inferencing.Many different strategies.
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5I will use every strategy presented in my 9th grade ELA classroom.The importance/implications of pre-reading strategies.
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5I can use Mingle, Mingle to get students grouped in order to talk. Pre-reading strategy great to get students motivated and ready to be more successful when reading.A new way to get students exposed to vocabulary: List, Group, Label. Thank you for the amazing ideas!
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5I will use them often when presenting a new reading with my SpEd kids.New strategies for pre-reading and for reading informational texts.
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5I see using this as we begin nonfiction and in my journalism class. Journalism – vocabulary.So much. All of these strategies (sentence framing; List, Group, Label; Mingle, Mingle, Mingle; block/tea party) were new to me.
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5It will work great for my special education students.A good strategy is the Mingle strategy. I can use it to set up my students for what we are about to read.
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5I will use all of this [in the] classroom! Thank you so much.Great ways to discuss what we read and to think about what we read.
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5More student interaction. Learning to use academic language.Coding text. Mingle strategy.
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5Pre-reading strategies to engage the students, access vocab, and formatively assess to improve instruction.Thank you so much! This was great!
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5I will be able to use most of the strategies in this class for writing across the three content areas that I teach.Pre-writing, talking leads to creative thinking.
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5Many students struggle with science journal articles. Great intro for new concepts.Implementing more writing in the core content classroom.
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5I can use all of these strategies because they encourage critical thinking and student engagement.List, Group, Label. Talking can lead to learning.
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3Include materials/reading for participants, as the pace is very fast!
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4Help gear more toward younger grades. Part of it was great, but hard to think of K-3 doing some of this.Partner sharing. Brainstorming to infer.
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5I will definitely use Quote Mingle before a novel; use a nonfiction that relates to overall theme.I've learned a different way to implement vocab acquisition for students.
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5I really love the idea of the mingling around the room. Then using prediction. I want to do this with proofs.I have learned List, Group, Label which is such a great technique for vocabulary!
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5I can use this in small groups in my first grade class. The quotes mingle I plan to incorporate with boths words and pictures. I am understanding pre-reading better now.To implement writing before reading.
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I can implement these strategies with my sixth graders. I teach social studies and ELA and can see how I can implement this with both. I am going to try this with my mummy unit.I have learned about Mingle, Mingle, Mingle and List, Group, Label. I can't wait to use these! Great presentation!
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I could use all of these! We could use lines from a novel for the Quotation Mingle, or an article to introduce a novel (like Kite Running, which I've been thinking of trying with my seniors).Somatic cell nuclear transfer. Need to know → text coding. Love it! Thanks, Casey!
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I might use List, Group, and Label in science class. I really like the strategies she used in class with us.I learned some strategies I can use in my science class. I liked it!
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I am excited about using this technique in my classroom. It opens up new ways to engage my students.New strategies to get students moving and learning.
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I will be able to use this with my kids in writing.I have learned different strategies like coding, mingling, predicting, and developing questions.
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I'm excited to use the grouping strategies I learned today as well as the pre-reading strategies. I feel like everything was "grab-n-go." The strategies will be easy to use in my classroom.I've learned some simple, high-quality methods to group students and access prior knowledge using higher-level thinking.
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I will use this immediately in my science and social studies block since it's engaging and quick. Short brainstorming.How to engage students in meaningful talks (activating critical thinking).
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I learned the Mingle, Mingle, Mingle strategy and text coding that I will use in my own class.I learned new strategies that will help engage my students in future lessons.
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