Collaborative Group Work with the 1-3-6 Protocol Transcript
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Card: Strategies: Collaborative Group Work with the 1-3-6 Protocol.
Kevin Sevin: The classroom talk is fantastic.
Student: You're at college, you need motivation. You can't do it by yourself.
Student: So you put identity first, basically.
Kevin Sevin: The 1-3-6 Protocol, that reaches every kid where they're at.
Lower Third: Kevin Sevin
9th Grade AVID
Alief Early College High School, Houston, Texas
Kevin Sevin: So what I'd like for you to do is, I'd like for you to take the eight most important ideas that you read in chapter one, and I want you to list them up here.
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Kevin Sevin: 1-3-6 protocol for the Common Instructional Framework is 1, you're working individual, 3, you're working in a group of three and in the 6 is where you get two groups of 3s to combine for a 6. Initially, you have to start off creating the product yourself. Then you get to bring your product to another group, in a small group, and you get to see if you're on the right track or not.
Kevin Sevin: Let's go ahead and kind of think or share with your table of four or three. Let's go ahead and do that. Discuss that a little bit.
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Student: Education's obviously the main one, because that's the whole point of college. But aside from that, you could get a better lifestyle, you could get more money, you could support others.
Student: Your past also shapes what you're going to become in the future. So what you've been through actually makes you want to do something for the future.
Student: Your background gives you strength.
Kevin Sevin: We just 1-3 and we're going to do the 6 now.
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Kevin Sevin: And in the 6 is where you get two groups of 3s to combine for a 6. You are going to get on the right track. You are going to take things deeper.
Student: But aren't your goals and your motivation the same thing? Because you're being motivated by your goals to do?
Student: Well, you've got to be motivated by family members. They could push you to succeed and go further in life.
Student: That also goes with guidance.
Student: So for the first one, we did this quote and it says, "God provides food for the birds, but he doesn't throw it in the nest." That's kind of like saying, you reap what you sow.
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Kevin Sevin: What I find is, actually, they end up gaining more confidence in themselves because the kids get to own their own classroom.
Student: So if you don't believe in yourself, then you can't accomplish anything in life. So determination is a key point to be successful.