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Accountable Talk: Molding Classroom Questioning Dynamics to
Accountable Talk: Molding Classroom Questioning Dynamics to

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Accountable Talk: Molding Classroom Questioning Dynamics to Engage StudentsSlide2

If you study the dynamics of how discussions go in classrooms – the flow usually involves the teacher at every other point.

1. Teacher asks questions

2. Student Responds 3. Teacher Responds then asks another student to respond4. The teacher responds again and calls on another student

The Twenty Question MethodSlide3

Principles of Accountable Talk

STUDENTS

are ACCOUNTABLE to:The Learning Community

The Knowledge

Rigorous ThinkingSlide4

Accountable Talk Discussion Model

Students discuss a topic around what they are reading/studying. (May be selected by the teacher)

Students are carrying on a discussion with minimal interference from the teacherThe teacher is merely acting as a facilitator and not really leading the discussionSlide5

It’s not MAGIC!

Accountable Talk in the classroom does not happen instantly.

Students need to be trained to listen to each other and UNTRAINED regarding raising their hands when they wish to speakIt’s ok to start small – “Turn and Talk” then Small Groups and finally – Whole Class DiscussionThe more explicit you are about what Accountable Talk means and your expectations – the easier it is for your students.Slide6

Be Explicit About Expectations

See

Accountable Talk ExerciseRubrics help too! 1. Accountable Talk Rubric 2. Class Discussion Rubric

Groupwork

Brag SheetSlide7

Accountable Talk in Action

Classroom Video and

Danielson 3bhttps://

www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3p3sH6-pL8Slide8

Accountable Talk Activity

Friends with Numbers

Review with Students – Elements of Accountable TalkDiscussion Leader – Red Folder

Discussion Points:

Personification of Numbers

Numbers as Images

Characterization of SpeakerSlide9

Friends With Numbers

They are not hard to get to know:

6 and 9 keep changing their minds,

8 cuts the most graceful figure

but sleeps for an eternity,

and 7, lucky 7 takes

an arrow to his heart always.

5, halfway to somewhere, only

wants to patch his unicycle

tire, and 4, who’d like to stand for

something solid, has never had

two feet on the ground, yet flutters

gamely in the breeze like a flag.

3, for all his literary

accomplishments and pretensions

to immortality, is still

(I can tell you) not half the man

8 is asleep or awake. 1,little 1. I know him betterthan all the others, these numberswho are all my friends. Only 2,that strange smallest prime, can I countas just a passing acquaintance.Divisible by only 1and herself, she seems on the verge,yet, of always coming apart. And though she eludes me, swanlike, though I’d love to know her better,still I am fine, there are others,many, I have friends in numbers

Peter SchmittSlide10

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Jmaass3@schools.nyc.gov