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Anchor Activities Anchor Learning

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Anchor Activities •  Anchor Activities communicate that learning

never stops in your classroom.

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Marzano,  R.,  Heflebower,  T.    (2012).  Teaching  and  Assessing  21st  Century  Skills:    The  Classroom  Strategies  Series.  Bloomington,  IN:    Marzano  Research  Laboratory.  

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Critical-Thinking Games •  Slot Machines •  Checkers •  Concentration •  Chess •  Puzzles •  Wheel of Fortune •  Card Games •  PacMan •  Centipede •  Mario Brothers

•  Legos •  Blocks •  Rubiks Cube •  Pattern Blocks

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How do you have time for games when you have to teach

the standards?

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Making 10s

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Source:    hFps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4drX3HOnMg  

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www.mathplayground.com

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Math  Lands  (Lite  FREE)  

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Set

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Pattern Blocks

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Close to 20

6 + 6 + 5 = 17 Score: 3

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Pick 3: Close to 20

10 + 4 + 4 = 18 Score: 2

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Learning Contracts Include: •  what the student plans to learn. •  how the student plans to learn it. •  what working conditions will occur

while the student is learning the content.

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Learning Contract Assessment

Student

Teacher

ü I selected a topic that held my interest.

ü I learned something new. ü I demonstrated this new knowledge on my chosen

project. ü I did my best work on my chosen project. ü I followed the working conditions. ü I asked for help when I needed it. ü I would like another opportunity to work on a

learning contract in the future.

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Working Conditions… •  Work without disturbing others. •  Avoid interrupting the teacher while he's teaching. •  Put forth your best effort. •  Work on another anchor activity if you get stuck on

something and the teacher is unavailable to help.

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Think-Tac-Toe

Write a report

   

Create a comic strip

Host a talk show

Create a timeline

 

Keep a journal

Compare subject

to animal

Create a mind map

Write song lyrics

Develop gestures

 

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What do good readers do? •  Connect •  Predict •  Summarize •  Monitor •  Visualize •  Infer •  Question

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Let’s Dream, Martin Luther King, Jr.! By: Peter and Connie Roop

Headings Questions Martin Luther King, Jr., is Born

When was Martin Luther King, Jr., born?

Mike King, Jr., Gets a New Name

Why did Mike King, Jr., get a new name? What was it?

Martin Learns More Lessons

What lessons did Martin learn?

Martin Learns a Bitter Lesson

What bitter lesson did Martin learn? How was it different from the previous lessons learned?

Martin’s First Sermon What was Martin’s first sermon about?

Martin Becomes a Leader

What character traits did Martin possess to make him a leader?

Martin Makes a Difference

How did Martin make a difference?

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