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Are they ready?
What are your
greenlights?
I do  We do?
We do  Y’all do?
Collaboration Learning
Cooperative vs Collaborative
Training
Basic vs. Productive Collaboration
Basic
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Elbow Partners
Think, Pair, Share
Explain your partners reasoning
A/B tasks
A/B/C/D tasks
Ranking
Odd One Out
Ranking
Rank the following body systems in order of
importance, from most to least important.
Immune, Skeletal, Muscular, Urinary, Circulatory
When discussing a ranking, with your group, make
sure to justify your choices by giving examples of
functions, naming important organs, etc.
Ex: The _____ system should be placed above the
_____ system because the function of the system…
Odd One Out
In the set below, identify the word that does not
fit with the others. Then explain why you think
the word is the Odd One Out.
Cell
Tissue
Organ
System
Productive
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Argumentation
Metaphor/Modeling
Discussion Roundtable
Collaborative Posters
Reciprocal Teaching
Question:
Answer:
Explanation:
Evidence:
Question:
Claim:
Evidence:
Explanation:
Counter-Evidence:
Counter-Argument:
Summary:
Discussion Roundtable
Topic: Cell Transport
Discussion starters: Types of transport, Energy in
transport, organelles used in transport, why cells
need to move materials, things cells move in
and out
Collaborative Posters
Choose a marker
Choose a poster (no more than 4 people per
poster)
Reciprocal teaching
Clarifying: Asking for clarification on things you didn’t
understand in the text
Questioning: Generate questions about the text:
Consider different levels of questions – right on page,
think and search, author and you, on your own
Summarizing: text summary
Predicting: What might happen next? Why do you think
so?
Expert Reader: I Do modeling
Blind Read
Window into the expert mind
Allow your thoughts to flow out loud – whatever
occurs, connections, diversions, rereading, etc.
Swap articles with teammates, or model with
portion of text
Quick preview questions (KWL)
What do you know about the role of mitochondria
in making energy for cells?
What do you know about mitochondria?
What do you know about energy?
What do you know about cells?
What do you know about energy in cells?
What do you know about where you get your
energy?
Writing Prompts
Situation: Provide some background or context for
the question.
Directions: Be clear, specific.
Graphic Organizer
Common Prompt Types
Analyze/Interpret
Identify/Explain
Prompt
Different cells perform different functions in the
body. Cells are specialized to best perform a
particular job for a particular system. Blood cells
are moved by the circulatory system to carry oxygen
to cells. Muscle cells contract to move the body.
Liver cells play a role in digestion and filtering toxins
from the blood.
Explain how the job of the mitochondria relates to
the number of mitochondria found in muscle cells.
Use a citation from Text 1 and data from the graph
in Text 2 to support your answer.
Unpack the Prompt
Different cells perform different functions in the body.
Cells are specialized to best perform a particular job for a
particular system. Blood cells are moved by the
circulatory system to carry oxygen to cells. Muscle cells
contract to move the body. Liver cells play a role in
digestion and filtering toxins from the blood.
Explain how the job of the mitochondria relates to the
number of mitochondria found in muscle cells. Use a
citation from Text 1 and data from the graph in Text 2 to
support your answer.
Unpack the Prompt
Include 2 sources, mitochondria function,
muscle cell function
Explain – Why muscle cells have so many
mitochondria
Include evidence from Text 1
Include evidence from Text 2
Graphic Organizer
• Organization
• Information
• Format
Write a Response
• Use the graphic organizer
Add transitions
Idea  transition  evidence from a source
• because
• the author stated
• for instance
• on page ___, it said….
• for example
• based on/from the reading….
• ___ according to…
• Skip Lines
Assessing the Writing
We are assessing IDEAS and EVIDENCE
Self and Peer Editing
Sample Ideas and Evidence Rubric
5 - Correct answer, 1 citation and explanation
from each of the two texts (2 citations, 2
explanations)
4 - Correct answer, 1 citation from each text,
explanation lacking for one or both citations
3 - Correct answer, 1 citation/explanation
2 - Correct answer, no citations
1 - Non response/off topic
Self Assessment
1. Circle your thesis
2. Underline your main idea that relates to
human health
3. Underline your main idea that relates to the
environment
4. Put a star next to the supporting evidence for
the human health idea
5. Put a square next to the supporting evidence
for the environment main idea
6. Put a “T” next to your transitions
Peer Grading
Focus students on identifying components of
essay
Keep feedback simple and positive
Anchor Papers
Models effective writing
Helps students better analyze their own
work/peer work
Workshop Time
LA – text to evaluate for human body systems
Science – Gradual Release analogy for human
body
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Matching secondary text to OAS prompts and
creating DBQ