Orientation, Commitment Goal Setting, & Strategy Overiew

  • Did the teacher?

  • 1. Provide students with an advance organizer?

A. Orientation

  • 2. Discuss rationale for learning the strategy?

  • 3 Relate students' goals to learning the strategy?

B. Strategy Overview

  • 4. Present the Strategy Overview?

  • a. model the steps of the strategy?

  • b. involve the students in the later stages of the model?

C. Commitment and Goal Setting

  • 5. Introduce the success formula?

  • 6. Make a personal commitment to students?

  • 7. Obtain each students' commitment to learn the strategy?

D. Course Organizer

  • 8. Present the Course Organizer to students?

  • a. show the CO on the board or overhead?

  • b. Discuss each CO component?

  • c. Ensure that students complete a CO?

  • 9. Give a post organizer?

  • Notes, Comments, Questions...

  • Attach any relevant media

Prediction Strategy Proficiency

  • Did the teacher:

  • 10. Give an advance organizer?

  • 11. Discuss rationales for using TPS?

  • 12. Discuss general characteristics of situations where TPS can be applied?

  • 13. Provide information about the results students can expect?

Teaching The Prediction Strategy (TPS)

  • A. Part 1: Strategy Step Proficiency

  • 17. Describe Step 2 - Link to Prior Knowledge?

  • 18. Model Step 2?

  • 19. Practice Step 2?

  • 20. Describe Step 3 - Uncover Predictions?

  • 21. Model Step 3?

  • 22. Practice Step 3?

  • 23. Describe Step 4 - Examine the Reading?

  • 24. Model Step 4?

  • 25. Practice Step 4?

  • 26. Give a post-organizer?

  • 14. Describe Step 1 - Check for Clues?

  • 15. Model Step 1?

  • 16. Practice Step 1?

  • B: Part 2: Prediction Strategy Mastery

  • 28. Conduct verbal elaboration exercise?

  • 29. Conduct oral quizzes?

  • 30. Provide individual feedback?

  • 31. Quick review?

  • b. Model the strategy?

  • c. Guided practice?

  • d. Peer practice?

  • e. Independent practice?

  • a. Describe the strategy?

  • 27. Give an advance organizer?

  • Notes, comments, questions...

  • Attach any relevant media.

Generalization

During PHASE 3 (Generalization), did the teacher:

  • A. Orientation and Commitment

  • 34. Discuss situations where the strategy is applicable?

  • 35. Have students suggest ways to alter the strategy?

  • 36. Have students make Cue Cards?

  • 37. Prepare affirmation cards?

  • 38. Discuss the toolbox analogy?

  • 39. Discuss the knowledge base analogy?

  • 40. Give a post organizer?

  • 32. Provide an advance organizer?

  • 33. Discuss rationales for generalizing TPS?

  • B. Application

  • 43. Provide a post-organizer?

  • 41. Provide an advance organizer?

  • 42. Set goals?

  • C. Partner Practice with Expository, Narrative, and Technical Text

  • 45. Give assignments?

  • 46. Conduct oral quizzes?

  • 47. Prompt to provide feedback to self?

  • 44. Introduce the assignments?

  • Notes, Comments, Questions...

  • Attach any relevant media.

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