Teach Like a Champion Field Guide 2.0

A Practical Resource to Make the 62 Techniques Your Own
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E-Book
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696
Autor:
Doug Lemov
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The must-have companion workbook to the bestselling Teach Like a Champion 2.0
Teach Like a Champion Field Guide 2.0 is the teacher's hands-on guide to improving their craft. In Teach Like a Champion 2.0, veteran teaching coach Doug Lemov updated, improved upon, and replaced the original edition of this global bestseller, setting forth 62 of the most rigorously vetted and critically observed teaching techniques around. Field Guide 2.0 is a practical workbook for these 62 techniques, outlining all the tools a teacher needs to make champion teaching a reality in their classroom starting now. Coauthored by fellow educators Joaquin Hernandez and Jennifer Kim, the book is a practical guide for adapting the techniques to fit classrooms and teachers everywhere. With over 75 video clips of the techniques in play and 100+ field-tested activities to boot, Field Guide 2.0 is the professional development tool every school leader dreams of. It's the teaching playbook that every teacher, principal, and coach should have in their library, chock-full of actionable tools that unlock a teacher's potential so they can push their students to do the same!

The updated '2.0' version of Teach Like a Champion written to update, improve upon and replace the original

Just like Teach Like a Champion Field Guide helped educators put the original 49 techniques into practice, Field Guide 2.0 is the ultimate resource for the 62 techniques in Teach Like a Champion 2.0. They're the most rigorous, champion-vetted techniques yet and this book takes you through them from top to bottom with the kind of clarity and breadth you've come to expect from the experts at Teach Like a Champion. The book includes:
* Practical approaches to each of the 62 techniques
* 75+ video clips with analysis of the techniques in play in the classroom (note: for online access of this content, please visit my.teachlikeachampion.com)
* Hands-on activities to bring the 62 techniques from the page into the classroom

Teach Like a Champion 2.0 is a book by educators for educators. It's about giving teachers what they need to share their strengths so that every teacher, from first year rookie to third-year veteran, can approach their classes with the skills they need for their students to succeed. Teach Like a Champion Field Guide 2.0 is the indispensable guide to getting there, one technique at a time.

The Authors

Acknowledgments

About Uncommon Schools

Video Contents

Introduction

Part 1: Check for Understanding

Section 1: Gathering Data on Student Mastery

Technique 1: Reject Self-Report

Replace functionally rhetorical questions with more objective forms of impromptu assessment

Technique 2: Targeted Questioning

Ask a quick series of carefully chosen, open-ended questions directed at a strategic sample of the class and executed in a short time period.

Technique 3: Standardize the Format

Streamline observations by designing materials and space so that you're looking in the same, consistent place every time for the data you need

Technique 4: Tracking, Not Watching

Be intentional about how you scan your classroom. Decide specifically what you're looking for and remain disciplined about it in the face of distractions

Technique 5: Show Me

Flip the classroom dynamic in which the teacher gleans data from a passive group of students. Have students actively show evidence of their understanding

Technique 6: Affirmative Checking

Insert specific points into your lesson when students must get confirmation that their work is correct, productive, or sufficiently rigorous before moving on to the next stage

Section 2: Acting on the Data and the Culture of Error

Technique 7 Plan for Error

Increase the likelihood that you'll recognize and respond to errors by planning for common mistakes in advance.

Technique 8 Culture of Error

Create an environment where your students feel safe making and discussing mistakes, so you can spend less time hunting for errors and more time fixing them

Technique 9 Excavate Error

Dig into errors, studying them efficiently and effectively, to better understand where students struggle and how you can best address those points

Technique 10 Own and Track

Have students correct or revise their own work, fostering an environment of accountability for the correct answer

Part 2: Academic Ethos

Section 3: Setting High Academic Expectations

Technique 11 No Opt Out

Turn I don't know into success by ensuring that students who won't try or can't answer practice getting it right.

Technique 12 Right is Right

When you respond to answers in class, hold out for answers that are all-the-way right or all the way to your standards of rigor

Technique 13 Stretch It

Reward right answers with harder questions

Technique 14 Format Matters

Help your students practice responding in a format that communicates the worthiness of their ideas

Technique 15 Without Apologies

Embracerather than apologize forrigorous content, academic challenge, and the hard work necessary to scholarship.

Section 4: Planning for Success

Technique 16 Begin with the End

Progress from unit planning to lesson planning. Define the objective, decide how you'll assess it, and then choose appropriate lesson activities

Technique 17 4 Ms

Use four criteria to write an effective lesson plan objective, making it manageable, measurable, made first, and most important

Technique 18 Post It

Display your lesson objective where everyone can see it and identify your purpose

Technique 19 Double Plan

As you plan a lesson, plan what students will be doing at each point in class.

Section 5: Lesson Structure

Technique 20 Do Now

Use a short warm-up activity that students can complete without instruction or direction from you to start class every day. This lets the learning start even before you begin teaching

Technique 21 Name the Steps

Break down complex tasks into steps that form a path for student mastery

Technique 22 Board=Paper

Model and shape how students should take notes in order to capture information you present

Technique 23 Control the Game

Ask students to read aloud frequently, but manage the process to ensure expressiveness, accountability, and engagement

Technique 24 Circulate

Move strategically around the room during all parts of the lesson.

Technique 25 At Bats

Because succeeding once or twice at a skill won't bring mastery, give your students lots and lots of practice mastering knowledge or skills.

Technique 26 Exit Ticket

End each class with an explicit assessment of your objective that you can use to evaluate your (and your students') success

Section 6: Pacing

Technique 27 Change the Pace

Establish a productive pace in your classroom. Create fast or slow moments in a lesson by shifting activity types or formats

Technique 28 Brighten Lines

Ensure that changes in activities and other mileposts are perceived clearly by making beginnings and endings of activities visible and crisp.

Technique 29 All Hands

Leverage hand raising to positively impact pacing. Manage and vary the ways that students raise their hands, as well as the methods you use to call on them

Technique 30 Work the Clock

Measure timeyour greatest resource as a teacherintentionally, strategically, and often visibly to shape both your and your students' experience in the classroom.

Technique 31 Every Minute Matters

Respect students' time by spending every minute productively

Part 3: Ratio

Section 7: Building Ratio Through Questioning

Technique 32 Wait Time

Allow students time to think before answering. If they aren't productive with that time, narrate them toward being more productive.

Technique 33 Cold Call

Call on students regardless of whether they've raised their hands

Technique 34 Call and Response

Ask your class to answer questions in unison from time to time to build energetic, positive engagement

Technique 35 Break it Down

When a student makes an error, provide just enough help to allow her to solve as much of the original problem as she can

Technique 36 Pepper

Use Pepper as a fast-paced, vocal review to build energy and actively engage your class

Section 8: Building Ratio Through Writing

Technique 37 Everybody Writes

Prepare your students to engage rigorously by giving them the chance to reflect in writing before you ask them to discuss

Technique 38 Art of the Sentence

Ask students to synthesize a complex idea in a single, well-crafted sentence. The discipline of having to make one sentence do all the work pushes students to use new syntactical forms

Technique 39 Show Call

Create a strong incentive to complete writing with quality and thoughtfulness by publicly showcasing and revising student writingregardless of who volunteers to share.

Technique 40 Build Stamina

Gradually increase writing time to develop in your students the habit of writing productively, and the ability to do it for sustained periods of time.

Technique 41 Front the Writing

Arrange lessons so that writing comes earlier in the process to ensure that students think rigorously in writing.

Section 9: Building Ratio Through Discussion

Technique 42 Habits of Discussion

Make your discussions more productive and enjoyable by normalizing a set of ground rules or habits that allow discussion to be more efficiently cohesive and connected

Technique 43 Turn and Talk

Encourage students to better formulate their thoughts by including short, contained pair discussionsbut make sure to design them for maximum efficiency and accountability

Technique 44 Batch Process

Give more ownership and autonomy to studentsparticularly when your goal is a discussionby allowing for student discussion without teacher mediation, for short periods of time or for longer, more formal sequences.

Part 4: Five Principles of Classroom Culture

Section 10: Systems and Routines

Technique 45 Threshold

Meet your students at the door, setting expectations before they enter the classroom

Technique 46 Strong Start

Design and establish an efficient routine for students to enter the classroom and begin class.

Technique 47 STAR/SLANT

Teach students key baseline behaviors for learning, such as sitting up in class and tracking the speaker, by using a memorable acronym such as STAR or SLANT

Technique 48 Engineer Efficiency

Teach students the simplest and fastest procedure for executing key classroom tasks, then practice so that executing the procedure becomes a routine.

Technique 49 Strategic Investment: From Procedure to Routine

Turn procedures into routines by rehearsing and reinforcing until excellence becomes habitual. Routinizing a key procedure requires clear expectations, consistency, and, most important, patience. Even so, it's almost always worth it.

Technique 50

Give students more practice when they're not up to speednot just doing something again, but doing it better, striving to do their best

Section 11: High Behavioral Expectations

Technique 51 Radar/Be Seen Looking

Prevent nonproductive behavior by developing your ability to see it when it happens and by subtly reminding students that you are looking

Technique 52 Make Compliance Visible

Ensure that students follow through on a request in an immediate and visible way by setting a standard that's more demanding than marginal compliance. Be judicious in what you ask for, specifically because it will uphold the standard of compliance.

Technique 53 Least Invasive Intervention

Maximize teaching time and minimize drama by using the subtlest and least invasive tactic possible to correct off-task students

Technique 54 Firm Calm Finesse

Take steps to get compliance without conflict by establishing an environment of purpose and respect and by maintaining your own poise.

Technique 55 Art of the Consequence

Ensure that consequences, when needed, are more effective by making them quick, incremental, consistent, and depersonalized. It also helps to make a bounce-back statement, showing students that they can quickly get back in the game.

Technique 56 Strong Voice

Affirm your authority through intentional verbal and nonverbal habits, especially at moments when you need control

Technique 57 What to Do

Use specific, concrete, sequential, and observable directions to tell students what to do, as opposed to what not to do

Section 12: Building Character and Trust

Technique 58 Positive Framing

Guide students to do better work while motivating and inspiring them by using a positive tone to deliver constructive feedback.

Technique 59 Precise Praise

Make your positive reinforcement strategic. Differentiate between acknowledgment and praise.

Technique 60 Warm/strict

Be both warm and strict at the same time to send a message of high expectations, caring, and respect

Technique 61Emotional Constancy

Manage your emotions to consistently promote student learning and achievement

Technique 62 Joy Factor

Celebrate the work of learning as you go

Index

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