Participation Quiz: Real Time Teacher Feedback Transcript
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Patricia Segura: I want to remind that I’m also listening for your English, okay?
Enhancing student discussions through
real time teacher feedback
Patricia Segura: While you are matching up the cards.
9th Grade ELL Newcomber Algebra
Patricia Segura: Ms. Segura is going to be doing a participation quiz. Do you guys remember this?
Patricia Segura: Yes, okay. If I listen--
Newcomers are 26% of total enrollment and
62% of ELLs at Fremont High School.
Patricia Segura: --that you’re doing good, I will write down in black. Yes. If Dennis is talking off of group, I will put green so that he can focus again.
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Patricia Segura: The participation quiz a tracker.
9th Grade Math Teacher
Freemont High School, Oakland, Card:
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Patricia Segura: And you can use it in multiple ways depending on what you’re looking for. I use it primarily to focus the group work activity. And it-- redirecting students and to capture any academic language that they’re utilizing as support, as a scaffold for other students to be able to see what they’re saying. And use it within their conversation.
Student: Ken walk--
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Patricia Segura: Any time that you have a routine in the classroom, it gives students stability, and they know what is happening. Especially with kids who are coming with a lot of trauma. It’s something that grounds them, “I know what’s going to happen, and this is what I need to be doing.” So, it’s just a guide for them to feel comfortable in the classroom, and also have high expectations.
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Patricia Segura: They really appreciate the constant feedback or the present time feedback. And often times they will capture things, and say, “Hey, they said this. Can you write it down so I can say it again?” So even they are checking in with each other, and listening to what the conversations, that are happening in the classroom. You guys did really good working together in groups from my observations. I would like to hear more talking from everyone. Maybe two people were doing a lot of the talking,
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and always, you’re practicing of English, okay? Good.