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Design Questions Performance Based Project EDU513 OLC: Models of Teaching Hiedi Smith

Unit 10: Australia, New Zealand, and Pacific Islands:

Unit 10: Australia, New Zealand, and Pacific Islands Lesson Segments Involving Routine Events Lesson Segments Addressing Content Lesson Segments Enacted on the Spot Design Question 1: What will I do to establish and communicate goals, progress, and success? Design Question 6: What will I do to establish/maintain classroom rules and procedures? Design Question 10: What will I do to develop effective lessons to be organized into a cohesive unit? Design Question 2: What will I do to help students effectively interact with new knowledge? Design Question 3: What will I do to help students practice and deepen their understanding of the new knowledge? Design Question 4: What will I do to help students generate and test hypotheses about new knowledge? Design Question 5: What will I do to engage students? Design Question 7: What will I do to recognize and acknowledge adherence and lack of adherence to classroom rules and procedures? Design Question 8: What will I do to establish and maintain effective relationships with students? Design Question 9: What will I do to communicate high expectations for all students?

Teaching Strategies:

Identifying Similarities and Differences Note taking Homework and practice Setting objectives Generating and Testing Hypotheses Cooperative Learning Teaching Strategies

Design Question 1:

Design Question 1 Students will be given the overall goals for the Unit. Students will create their own learning goals for the Unit. The students goals will be written in their notebooks, with the rest of the notes that are taken. Students will take a quiz and a cumulative test on Unit 10.

Design Question 2:

Design Question 2 Students are going to create a KWL Chart about Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands Students will be working in cooperative groups to create a brochure of a particular island discussed within the Unit. Students will discuss the information that they learned and why it is important.

Brochure project:

Brochure project Students will create a brochure from a country that is discussed in Unit 10. The groups will decide who is in charge of pictures, text, and the manager of the project.

Design Question 3:

Design Question 3 Students will create a list of similarities and differences between Australia and the United States and Australia and New Zealand. Students will have homework every night. Reading different pages, take home quiz, and vocabulary crossword puzzle. Students will add vocabulary to their notebook with each class.

Slide 9:

Across 1. Australian cowboy 3. facial tattoos 4. first people of New Zealand 7. new types of plants and animals that people introduce to an area 10. dry interior of Australia 11. New Zealand's highest peak 12. a large production of goods that reduces the production cost of each item 13. Australia's first people 15. highest peak in Australia 16. mammals that have pouches to carry their young 17. inexperienced surfer 18. discovered New Zealand Down 1. named Australia New South Wales for Great Britain 2. wells in which water flows naturally to the surface 5. chiefs 6. tribes 8. a kind of agriculture using much land but small inputs of capital and labor per unit area 9. saltwater crocodile 14. restroom with just a toilet 19 of 19 words were placed into the puzzle. Created by Puzzlemaker at DiscoveryEducation.com

Design Question 4:

Design Question 4 Students will be engaged in generating and testing a hypothesis about the prisoners and what would happen if they had not been taken to Australia. Students will be engaged in generating and testing a hypothesis about how to preserve the coral reef. Students will create a map of the 3 island groups in the Pacific.

Hypothesis:

Hypothesis Students will be able to make different hypothesis about Australia. One example could be why the temperature is different from one area to another.

Design Question 5 :

Design Question 5 Students will create a brochure as a cooperative group. Students will participate in a game of Jeopardy with the information being about Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands

Design Question 6::

Design Question 6: Classroom management and rules will be established at the beginning of the school year. Throughout the year, students and myself will make adjustments to the rules and management of the room as needed.

Design Question 7::

Design Question 7: I will acknowledge the students who adhere to the rules of the class with special incentives. For example, a free no homework pass. I will acknowledge the students who do not adhere to the rules of the class with extra work. Could be an extra writing assignment, to having a meeting with parents and the principal.

Design Question 8: :

Design Question 8: Students at the beginning of the school year will sign a contract about behavior, cooperation, and control in the classroom. If the contract is broken by the student, then the punishment will be taken into consideration. The students will know that there is an open door policy for personal or curriculum if necessary.

Design Question 9: :

Design Question 9: Students at the beginning of the school year will be placed into groups that the computer chooses. Students will also understand that everyone is at the same level and should be treated that way. One level of students is not better than the other, and there is a no tolerance policy that will apply.

Design Question 10::

Design Question 10: I will make sure that the lessons that are created for the students reflects the Unit that is being covered. Students will be given goals for the Unit, and vocabulary to learn during each of the classes.

References:

References Template: suwannee.schooldesk.net/Portals/Suwannee/District/docs/Curriculum/Marzano%20Design%20Questions%20bullentin%20pdf.pdf Retrieved September 28 th , 2011. Design Questions for The Art and Science of Teaching, Taken from: Marzano and Brown, (2009). A handbook for the art and science of teaching, ASCD, Alexandria, VA. Clip art pictures, Retrieved from Microsoft.com/ freeclipart Jeopardy picture, Retrieved from Google.com/images

Special Acknowledgement:

Special Acknowledgement Special thanks to my children, who you hear in the background, for letting me complete this project without to much stress.

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