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Saturday, April 9

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    PowerPoint Presentation: Title
    Strategies that Work: Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition
    DON'T FORGET TO TURN IN YOUR RATING SHEET! IT IS DUE 3 DAYS AFTER THE SUBMISSION OF THE POWERPOINT. I TURNED IT IN ON SATURDAY - THE 9TH!!!
    Previous Power Points on Topic - taken from Google Search
    Ch. 04 - Rein. Effort - Providing Recognition - McAffee.ppt
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Friday, April 8

  1. page Final Product edited ... The powerpoint looks good! I did have one concern, though. We were supposed to use two text bo…
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    The powerpoint looks good! I did have one concern, though. We were supposed to use two text books for the presentation so that is why I included the Lemov text about 100% technique. I am not for sure if she would count off or not if we only use one textbook. Let me know what you think. You did such a nice job on the project that I would had for you to change anything if it is not necessary. Let me know what you think.
    Julia
    This is the "final" final....let me know if I can post it! Have a great weekend! {Power Point-April 8.pptx}
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Monday, April 4

  1. page Final Product edited ... 4. I will probably change some of the fonts. I am going to play with it at work tomorrow since…
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    4. I will probably change some of the fonts. I am going to play with it at work tomorrow since the 5th grade will be having TAKS, I will have the whole day to play.
    {Power Point.pptx}
    Hi Kim,
    The powerpoint looks good! I did have one concern, though. We were supposed to use two text books for the presentation so that is why I included the Lemov text about 100% technique. I am not for sure if she would count off or not if we only use one textbook. Let me know what you think. You did such a nice job on the project that I would had for you to change anything if it is not necessary. Let me know what you think.
    Julia

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Sunday, April 3

  1. page Final Product edited Here is the first draft of the final copy of the presentation. I have the following modifications …
    Here is the first draft of the final copy of the presentation. I have the following modifications to make, however, I thought it might be good for both of you to look at:
    1. I have to make sure that I have cited everything correctly.
    2. I want to put more pictures
    3. I might put music to it if I can find a good song on my CDs. For some reason, I can't put any of my itunes music on it. If you know how, please let me know!
    4. I will probably change some of the fonts. I am going to play with it at work tomorrow since the 5th grade will be having TAKS, I will have the whole day to play.
    {Power Point.pptx}

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Friday, March 25

  1. page Reinforcing Effort edited Defenition: Helping students understand the relationship between effort and achievement(Hill and Fl…
    Defenition: Helping students understand the relationship between effort and achievement(Hill and Flynn, 87)
    Discover how the student learns
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    Two generalizations: Students
    1.Students
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    has on success and 2.success.
    2.
    Students can
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    their success. Connecting
    Connecting
    these two
    Classroom Recomendations:
    Teach students that effort is important. This involves telling students stories about your own life and well known people.
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  2. page Reinforcing Effort edited ... Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition. American Education Research Association. http:/…
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    Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition. American Education Research Association.
    http://www.paec.org/itrk3/files/pdfs/whatworksReinforce.pdf (2011, March 20)
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    raise their handshand after the
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    raise their hands,hand, they are
    Least invasive forms of intervention
    Nonverbal intervention
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    References:
    Lemov, D. (2010).
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    a Champion.
    San Francisco, CA: Josey-Bass.
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  3. page Reinforcing Effort edited ... Hill, J., Flynn, K. (2006). Classroom instuction that works with english language learners A…
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    Hill, J., Flynn, K. (2006).
    Classroom instuction that works with english language learners
    Alexandria, VA.VA: ASCD
    Brothy, J. (1981)
    Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition. American Education Research Association.
    http://www.paec.org/itrk3/files/pdfs/whatworksReinforce.pdf (2011, March,March 20)
    In the text Teach like a Champion, Lemov used the example of having the children raise their hands after the teacher does in order to get the children's attention. When all of the children raise their hands, they are expected to be quiet and engaged. This is an example of "100 percent" which means complete compliance in the classroom (Lemov, p 168-171)This can increase a child's effort because when you have the entire class following directions, this allows for the best effort to be achieved by the student.
    Least invasive forms of intervention
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    Avoid marginal compliance
    Leverage the power of unacknowledged behavior opportunities
    References:
    Lemov, D. (2010).
    Teach Like a Champion.
    San Francisco, CA: Josey-Bass.

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  4. page Reinforcing Effort edited ... Alexandria, VA. ASCD Brothy, J. (1981) ... Providing Recognition. American Education Rese…
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    Alexandria, VA. ASCD
    Brothy, J. (1981)
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    Providing Recognition. American Education Research Association.
    http://www.paec.org/itrk3/files/pdfs/whatworksReinforce.pdf (2011, March, 20)
    In the text Teach like a Champion, Lemov used the example of having the children raise their hands after the teacher does in order to get the children's attention. When all of the children raise their hands, they are expected to be quiet and engaged. This is an example of "100 percent" which means complete compliance in the classroom (Lemov, p 168-171)This can increase a child's effort because when you have the entire class following directions, this allows for the best effort to be achieved by the student.
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