Flipped Class Topics

Name

Video Links/Materials

Flipped Class One: Principles of Reading Instruction


View/Listen to the Educreations lesson during class on 1/19/2017
  1. View the Educreations power point podcast.
  2. Answer the essential question(s)
  3. Write questions that arise from video content (if you don't have any, that's okay)
  4. Take short quiz on content.
  5. Engage in class activity that reviews content.
Dr. Comer
http://www.educreations.com/lesson/view/principles-of-reading-instruction/3974456/?ref=appemail



Essential Question(s):
  1. What comes to mind when you think about teaching reading?
  2. What is the best way to [[#|teach reading]] skills to children of all ages?
  3. What does an effective reading classroom look like?
  4. Are there guidelines one should follow when developing reading pedagogy and methodology?

Quiz Link: https://uquiz.com/xfkP58
Flipped Class Two: Science of Reading Instruction

View/Listen to ShowMe prior to class on 1/26/2017

  1. Listen to the ShowMe on the Science of Reading Instruction
  2. View the Transcript (located on Class Two of Course Calendar)
  3. Answer the essential questions
  4. Write questions that arise from the content
  5. Take short quiz on content
  6. Engage in class activity that reviews content
Dr. Comer
http://www.showme.com/sh/?h=0lUp3dQ



Essential Question(s):
  1. What are the two major types of research methodologies?
  2. What is the difference between the two major types?
  3. What two questions, at a minimum, should teachers and administrators be able to answer?

Flipped Class Three: Common Core State Standards

  1. Watch the video before class on 1/30/2017.
  2. Answer the essential question(s)
  3. Write questions that arise from video content (if you don't have any, that's okay)
  4. Come to class prepared for short quiz on content.
  5. Respond to critical question in a discussion post on this page.
  6. Engage in activity that reviews content.
Dr. Comer
http://vimeo.com/44521437
Note: the video loads more quickly if you use Safari or Firefox as your browser.

Essential Question(s):
  1. What is the goal of the Common Core State Standards?
  2. What strands of English Language Arts (ELA) are the standards arranged around?

Critical Question: Are the standards attainable? Why or why not?

Flipped Class Four: The Writing Process

  1. View the Voice Thread before class on 2/2/2017.
  2. Answer the essential question(s)
  3. Write questions that arise from video content (if you don't have any, that's okay)
  4. Come to class prepared for short quiz on content.
  5. Respond to the content on the Voice Thread itself; use audio, text, and/or video.
Dr. Comer
Voice Thread Link
https://voicethread.com/share/4040478/

Essential Question(s):
  1. What are the stages of the writing process?
  2. How do the stages improve writing?

Critical Question: Do most students adhere to the writing process when writing? Be prepared to support your answer.

Flipped Class Five: Emergent Literacy & Family Literacy

  1. View the flipped class module before class on 2/13/17.
  2. After viewing, write a comment directly in the Comments section of the Slide Share.
  3. Write questions that arise from video content (if you don't have any, that's okay)
  4. Come to class prepared to discuss the answer to the essential question and for short quiz on content
Dr. Comer
Power Point on Slide Share: https://www.slideshare.net/secret/wxkf29pYdvQHzN

Essential Question(s):
  1. What is emergent literacy?
  2. What is family literacy?
  3. What is environmental print?

Critical question: Why are emergent/family literacy and environmental print important when teaching literacy?

Quiz Link: http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=mtqymzk4ma32jg


Reminder: You are to respond directly in the Comments section after viewing the flipped class.

Flipped Class Six: Phonics Generalizations

  1. View the flipped class module before class on 2/16/2017.
  2. After viewing, write a comment directly in the Comments section on the Knowmia site.
  3. Write questions that arise from the Knowmia content concerning phonics.
  4. Come to class prepared to discuss the answers to the essential questions and for a short quiz on the content.
Dr. Comer


Essential Questions:
  1. What is phonics?
  2. What elements comprise phonics?
  3. What is the difference between systematic and explicit phonics?
  4. What is the difference in blends, digraphs, and diphthongs?

Critical question: What are the phonics generalizations?

Flipped Class Seven: Fluency (2/27/2017)

  1. View the flipped class module before class on 2/27/17.
  2. After viewing the Vialogue, answer the essential questions directly on the Vialogue site.
  3. Write any questions that arise from the fluency content presented.
  4. Come to class prepared to discuss the answers to the essential and critical questions.
Dr. Comer
Fluency Vialogue at https://vialogues.com/vialogues/play/8368/

Essential Questions:
  1. What is fluency?
  2. What is prosody?
  3. How does speed factor into fluency?

Critical question: How can you prepare students to be fluent readers?

Flipped Class Eight: Choral Reading (3/13/2017)

  1. View the flipped class module before class on 3/13/17.
  2. After viewing, answer the essential questions and bring them to class.
  3. Write any questions that arise from the content presented.
  4. Come to class prepared to discuss the answers to the essential and critical questions. Also, be prepared for a quiz on the content.
Kelly & Amanda
Choral Reading
<iframe src="https://spark.adobe.com/video/LB5tB5S5aPHMA/embed" width="960" height="540" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
Essential Questions:

1. What is choral reading?
2. What are the 6 types of choral reading?
3. Why use choral reading?

Critical Question: How will you use choral reading in your classroom?

Reader's Theater scripts
http://www.thebestclass.org/rtscripts.html

QUIZ:
https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/fe376618-a1d6-4198-9df6-445c62ed5b1d
Flipped Class Nine: Content Literacy (3/16/2017)
Dr. Comer
Click the Content Literacy audio player for a brief overview.
Transcript here

Essential Questions:
  1. What does content literacy involve?
  2. Why is content literacy important?
  3. How can I help students become strategic readers?
  4. What skills are needed for understanding the content areas?
  5. How do I structure reading instruction for content areas?
  6. What are the patterns of exposition in content area texts?

Critical Question: What literacy strategies can students apply to their content reading?

Quiz: Handout in class.
Flipped Classroom Ten: Book Awards 3/29/2017)

  1. View the flipped class module before class on 3/29/17.
  2. After viewing the ThingLink, respond to the question posted in the Comments section on the ThingLink screen.
  3. Write any questions that arise from the fluency content presented.
  4. Come to class prepared to discuss the answers to the essential and critical questions.
Dr. Comer

*Be sure that you hover on the left side and click the 4 different buttons. The gold circles have audio; the black circle is a link for a website.

Essential Questions:
  1. What do book awards represent?
  2. Who is a highly regarded advocate of literacy?
  3. What is the difference in the Caldecott and Newbery Medals?

Critical Question: How does knowledge of book awards aid in the development of a teacher's personal and classroom library?



Book Awards Quiz on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/quizzes/1126622-book-awards
Flipped Class Eleven: History of Children's Literature (3/20/16)
Amber & Sabrina
http://prezi.com/u5l_qdef7wcb/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy
-please view the prezi and answer these following Essential Questions:


1. When and why did children's books become a true industry?
2. The first children's book award was what?3. How has children's literature changed?
Critical Question:
1. Why is the history of children's literature important to you as a teacher?

QUIZ:
https://play.kahoot.it/#/?quizId=52628edc-b551-4fab-bc0f-7cbf3c2833bc

Flipped Class Twelve: Explicit Teaching (3/23/2017)

Dr. Comer
*Completed in class.
Flipped Class Thirteen: Picture Book Characteristics (3/27/2017)
  1. View the flipped class module before class on 3/27/17.
  2. After viewing, answer the essential questions and bring them to class.
  3. Write any questions that arise from the content presented.
  4. Come to class prepared to discuss the answers to the essential and critical questions. Also, be prepared for a quiz on the content.
Jill & Gates
Picture Book Characteristics Click the link to the left.
Transcript:




Essential Questions:
1.What are the 9 Factors that make a picture book successful?
2.Why are illustrations important?
3.What does P.U.N.C.H stand for?


Critical Question:
Why do you think teachers need to know the characteristics of picture books?

Quiz:
https://kahoot.it/#/
Flipped Class Fourteen: Censorship and Young Adult Literature (4/6/2017)

1. View the Knowmia Teach flipped class on Censorship before class on 4/20/2015.
2. Take notes and answer the essential & critical questions.
3. Write down any questions you may have. We will discuss them during class.
4. Come to class prepared for a quiz & discussion of the content.
5. In-class activity reinforcing content.

Quiz Link: http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=mta2nzu0oa==neyh
Dr. Comer
Censorship and Young Adult Literature (YAL) Knowmia Teach Link:

Essential Questions:
1. What is the difference between challenged and banned books?
2. Why are YAL books challenged?
3. Who challenges books?

Critical Question:
1. What is the relationship between censorship and the first amendment?

Flipped Class Fifteen: Literacy Centers (4/17/2017)


1. View the PowerPoint on literacy centers before class on 4/17/17.
2. Take notes and answer the essential and critical questions.
3. Come to class prepared to discuss and take Kahoot quiz.
4. In-class activity reinforcing content.

Quiz link: Kahoot Quiz Link-Literacy Centers
Kerri & Chrissy
Literacy Centers


Essential Questions:
1. What are literacy centers?
2. Name 4 different types of centers.
3. Why use Literacy centers?

Critical Question:
1. How would you use literacy centers in your classroom and why would you use them?
Flipped Class Fifteen: The Reading Classroom Environment (4/20/2017)


1. View the Power Point on the Reading Environment
2. Take notes and answer essential questions
3. Write down any questions that you may have. We will discuss them during class.
4. Come to class prepared for a quiz and discussion of content.
5. In-class activity reinforcing content.
Dr. Comer
Power Point sent via Remind message & pasted below.


Essential Questions:
1. How can the physical arrangement and organization of a classroom support effective literary instruction?
2. What are Fred Steele's Six Functions of the Classroom Environment?
3. Other than classroom arrangement, what can a teacher do to promote a successful learning environment?

Critical Questions:
1. What should be included in a reading classroom? How can including these things result in a more effective classroom?

Literacy-Environment Checklist: http://www.getreadytoread.org/images/content/downloads/literacy%20checklists/ClassroomLiteracyEnglish.pdf