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  1. page EOT show-call edited ... "...when you say: “Take eight minutes to reflect in writing on how Scout felt about the d…
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    "...when you say: “Take eight minutes to reflect in writing on how Scout felt about the decision…” or “Take seven minutes to solve each of these three problems,” you want to know that students will do their best work so they get the most out of the time you allot. You need, in short, a tool to make sure that students feel positively accountable when they are doing written work independently. That tool is often Show Call… a sort of visual Cold Call.
    The idea is to project (on the board usually) and reflect upon the work that one or several students, whom you’ve chosen regardless of their volunteering, completed during Independent Practice. This creates the opportunity for a rigorous conversation about real student work, the careful selection of ideal case studies for learning by the teacher, and a strong incentive for students to do their best work.
    ...
    class here."
    (TLaC - Nicole Wiley's Show Call)
    Another neat example including great, but rapid, rigour in follow-up questioning is from Courtney Betar, this time in an English lesson:
    "Courtney’s students are marking up a text their reading with margin notes to analyze. D’Andre’s done great work so Courtney Show Calls it. Yes, it’s nice that she tells him she likes his work but her decision to have the class study it expresses this idea ten times as convincingly.
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    anothers’ ideas."
    (TLaC Courtney Betar's Show Call)
    Where can I learn more?
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  2. page EOT show-call edited ... http://teachlikeachampion.com/books/teach-like-champion-2-0 What's the big idea? ... stude…
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    http://teachlikeachampion.com/books/teach-like-champion-2-0
    What's the big idea?
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    student work." (TLaC website summary)
    What is their background?
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    of Uncommon Schools
    "
    Schools, and leads its Teach Like a Champion team, designing and implementing teacher training based on the study of high-performing teachers." (Lemov, 2015)
    What are they saying?
    Make notes and supply as much detail asIt's nicely exemplified by these videos:
    "...when
    you wish.
    If
    say: “Take eight minutes to reflect in writing on how Scout felt about the decision…” or “Take seven minutes to solve each of these three problems,” you have digital contentwant to know that you can repost, put it here. Ifstudents will do their best work so they get the author has digital contentmost out of the time you allot. You need, in short, a tool to make sure that students feel positively accountable when they are doing written work independently. That tool is often Show Call… a sort of visual Cold Call.
    The idea
    is not available to repost you may wish to outline itproject (on the board usually) and putreflect upon the work that one or several students, whom you’ve chosen regardless of their volunteering, completed during Independent Practice. This creates the opportunity for a direct linkrigorous conversation about real student work, the careful selection of ideal case studies for learning by the teacher, and a strong incentive for students to do their best work.
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    For copyrighted texts, consider checking
    play out whether sections are available in Amazon's book preview.Nicole’s class here."
    (TLaC - Nicole Wiley's Show Call)
    Another neat example including great, but rapid, rigour in follow-up questioning is from Courtney Betar, this time in an English lesson:
    "Courtney’s students are marking up a text their reading with margin notes to analyze. D’Andre’s done great work so Courtney Show Calls it. Yes, it’s nice that she tells him she likes his work but her decision to have the class study it expresses this idea ten times as convincingly.
    She does a great job of letting the class do the cognitive work–studying what’s effective via a Turn and Talk and then having a quick discussion where they build on one anothers’ ideas."
    (TLaC Courtney Betar's Show Call)

    Where can I learn more?
    If you have any suitable links to related texts, web sites or other sources, put them here.Show Call Notes from the Field. (TLaC fieldnotes)
    What next?
    Explain what relevance this has to us:
    How will this change your practice?
    What do you or we need to do differently
    What I have found:
    {RHS-EOT challenge - 'Cold-Call', P.Capewell, June 2017.pptx}
    What next:
    Definitely worth doing more often - strive
    to make use of this idea?
    How will
    it improve learning?
    Pay particular attention
    habitual
    Try it with all groups of learners, especially from the beginning of next school year
    Adapt techniques for teaching computing and PSHE as well as mathematics
    Need
    to evaluate the last question: if you can't see how it improves learning, say so.suitability of prompt tasks and refine them for maximum effectiveness
    Need to video myself using this technique to evaluate and hence improve follow-up questioning.

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  3. page EOT show-call edited EOT: the Show-Call technique What is the source? {TLaC2.0.jpg} Lemov, Doug, Teach Like a Cha…

    EOT: the Show-Call technique
    What is the source?
    {TLaC2.0.jpg}
    Lemov, Doug, Teach Like a Champion 2.0, Jossey-Bass, 2015.
    http://teachlikeachampion.com/books/teach-like-champion-2-0
    What's the big idea?
    "TECHNIQUE 39: SHOW CALL. Create a strong incentive to complete all writing with quality and thoughtfulness, and build accountability for written work by periodically showcasing and working through student work."
    What is their background?
    "Doug Lemov is a managing director of Uncommon Schools
    "
    What are they saying?
    Make notes and supply as much detail as you wish.
    If you have digital content that you can repost, put it here. If the author has digital content that is not available to repost you may wish to outline it and put a direct link to that resource in another site.
    For copyrighted texts, consider checking out whether sections are available in Amazon's book preview.
    Where can I learn more?
    If you have any suitable links to related texts, web sites or other sources, put them here.
    What next?
    Explain what relevance this has to us:
    How will this change your practice?
    What do you or we need to do differently to make use of this idea?
    How will it improve learning?
    Pay particular attention to the last question: if you can't see how it improves learning, say so.

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