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Accountable Talk Instructional Coaches: Chuck Force, Carrie Hogue, Mac Moore, and Diana Accountable Talk Instructional Coaches: Chuck Force, Carrie Hogue, Mac Moore, and Diana

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AIR Senior TA Consultant Teresa A Lance What is Accountable Talk Accountable Talk classroom discourse seriously responds to and further develops what others in the group have said It puts forth ID: 714610

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Accountable Talk

Instructional Coaches: Chuck Force, Carrie Hogue, Mac Moore, and Diana Roth

AIR Senior TA Consultant: Teresa A. LanceSlide2

What is Accountable Talk?

Accountable

Talk® classroom discourse

seriously responds

to and further develops what others in the group have said. It

puts forth

and demands knowledge that is accurate and relevant to the issue

under discussion.

Accountable Talk® uses evidence appropriate to the discipline (e.g., proofs in mathematics, data from investigations in science, textual details in literature, documentary sources in history) and follows established norms of good reasoning.Slide3

Why Accountable Talk?

Charlotte Danielson’s Framework 3b: Questioning and Discussion

Techniques

“…In

a true discussion, a

teacher poses

a question and invites all students’ views to be heard, enabling students to engage in

discussion directly

with one another, not always mediated by the teacher

.”

Effective use of student responses and ideas

Discussion

in which the teacher steps out of the central, mediating role

High

levels of student participation in discussionSlide4

Accountable Talk Descriptors (CD)

Proficient

Provides adequate time for students to respond to questions/discussion

Employs a

range of strategies

to ensure most students are heard

Open-ended questions are initiated

Discussions enable students to talk to one another without ongoing teacher mediation

Distinguished

Students themselves ensure all voices are heard in the discussion

Students

extend the discussion

, enriching it

Students invite comments from their classmatesSlide5

Accountable Talk StemsSlide6

Two Cents

https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/strategies-for-student-centered-discussion-full-lesson

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Soda DebateSlide8

Question and Comments