ELA.SL.5.1b

Common core State Standards

  • ELA:  English Language Arts
  • SL:  Speaking and Listening
  • 5:  5th Grade
  • 1b:  Engage effectively in a range of collaborative
    discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacherled)
    with diverse partners on grade 5 topics and
    texts, building on othersâ\x80\x99 ideas and expressing
    their own clearly.

    a. Come to discussions prepared, having read
    or studied required material; explicitly draw
    on that preparation and other information
    known about the topic to explore ideas under
    discussion.

    b. Follow agreed-upon rules for discussions and
    carry out assigned roles.


    c. Pose and respond to specific questions by
    making comments that contribute to the
    discussion and elaborate on the remarks of
    others.

    d. Review the key ideas expressed and draw
    conclusions in light of information and
    knowledge gained from the discussions.

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ELA.SL.5.1c

Common core State Standards

  • ELA:  English Language Arts
  • SL:  Speaking and Listening
  • 5:  5th Grade
  • 1c:  Engage effectively in a range of collaborative
    discussions (one-on-one, in groups, and teacherled)
    with diverse partners on grade 5 topics and
    texts, building on othersâ\x80\x99 ideas and expressing
    their own clearly.

    a. Come to discussions prepared, having read
    or studied required material; explicitly draw
    on that preparation and other information
    known about the topic to explore ideas under
    discussion.

    b. Follow agreed-upon rules for discussions and
    carry out assigned roles.

    c. Pose and respond to specific questions by
    making comments that contribute to the
    discussion and elaborate on the remarks of
    others.


    d. Review the key ideas expressed and draw
    conclusions in light of information and
    knowledge gained from the discussions.

Download Common Core State Standards (PDF 1.2 MB)

Talk Moves: Developing Communication Skills
Lesson Objective: Revoicing, restating, and reasoning create structure for discussions
Grade 5 / All Subjects / Interaction
ELA.SL.5.1b | ELA.SL.5.1c

Thought starters

  1. What is the purpose of revoicing?
  2. What element does tossing a ball add to this strategy?
  3. What is the purpose of restating and applying your own reasoning?
15 Comments
I did a similar activity in a classroom where students would restate what the other person have said to build a communication and attentive task during what is spoken. This idea of either disagreeing with a student gives out possibilities to see another person's point of view instead of being one sided. Great idea and concept.
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how can I download this video to use it as an educational tool?
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We here in our school use Smart classrooms where we have inbuilt teaching programmes. Sometimes our teachers prepare their own power point presentations to make their classes more lively. The clipping showed how a teacher uses the tricks of reinstating, revoicing and applying the reasoning of the students. we too follow the same here in our school. Students use their laptops and go to search engines to enhance their knowledge. They are often given tasks where they use internet.
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At N.K. Bagrodia Public School, Rohini, Delhi we are using Smart Class Equipments, Laptops, Social Networking sites and Tablets to help students learn effectively through visual means. We are using flipped/inverted classroom concept to help students learn in their leisure time in a more meaningful manner. It is specially useful for the students who because of one reason or the other miss their lecture. Social Media sites like twitter, facebook and skype are of great help in ensuring the implementation of paperless office. We put sample question papers, syllabus, exam schedule and self paced learning material to enable the students to effectively engage them in teaching learning process. Various information pertaining to the school, school events, programs and practices, rules and guidelines are put from time to time to disseminate information to different stakeholders at appropriate time. This ensures that the place utility, time utility and form utility of information is adhered to seamlessly and in an effective manner.
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My workplace, Faridpur govt. Girls’ High School, Faridpur, Bangladesh we use a wide range of hardware (e.g. smart boards, PCs, laptops, etc) and software (learning platforms, applications, wifi, etc.) for both teaching and learning, In my language classroom, students use Labtopfor their projects and online communication, and when away at home they use Moodle to do their homework, take part in online discussions, submit their work and communicate with others. Moodle is our official learning platform and it's proven to be very useful for both communication and self-study. I do not use or encourage to use any social sites such as Facebook or Twitter to communicate with my students, as I believe they wouldn't entirely help them develop the required language skills for the programme as they are more suitable for keeping in touch with family and friends. However, I have designed and developed a number of online courses and I use various web 2.0 technologies to enhance and develop students' L2 communication skills, such as educational wikis, Edu blogs, Learn, Blackboard, etc and they have proven to be useful
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Transcripts

  • TIPS & TRICKS: “Talk Moves” – Program Transcript

    TIPS & TRICKS: Paul Lowe – “Talk Moves”
    PROGRAM TRANSCRIPT
    Paul Lowe (Interview):

    TIPS & TRICKS: “Talk Moves” – Program Transcript

    TIPS & TRICKS: Paul Lowe – “Talk Moves”
    PROGRAM TRANSCRIPT
    Paul Lowe (Interview):
    “Talk Moves” is a strategy or a technique that you can use to improve and
    develop communication skills in the classroom.
    Lowe:
    Okay, Jackie, pass the ball to somebody else.
    “Talk Moves”
    Lowe (Interview):
    The Talk Moves basically is where you are developing ways to communicate.
    Lowe:
    Be ready to either say what somebody else said, word for word, or say it in your
    own words, or you might even disagree!
    Lowe (Interview):
    And we use this especially when we have a population of––I have 95% language
    learners. It starts off with ‘Revoicing,’ where a student repeats exactly what
    another student says.
    Lowe:
    Does anybody know anything about Memorial Day?
    Student:
    Yeah, they have, like, a big memorial only for that ship and all those people who
    died.
    Lowe (Interview):
    I found the ball to be a little bit more interactive. Kids that have a lot of energy
    need to get up and move around. It keeps their senses stimulated. And then
    ‘Restating’ is the second step, where you say what somebody else said in your
    own words.
    Student:
    That you remember about the soldiers that died.
    Lowe (Interview):
    The third step is when students apply their own reasoning.
    Lowe:
    Apply your own reasoning: Charles, do you agree or disagree with what Brian
    said, and why?
    Lowe (Interview):
    And this is where you get to disagree with what somebody else says: “Okay, well,
    I can hear that, and I can repeat that, then I can say it in my own words. Now, I
    can apply my own reasoning.” Well, it gives them the opportunity to speak and
    start developing communication with each other.

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Charles White Elementary School
2401 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles CA 90057
Population: 365

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