Series Success at the Core: Active and Exploratory Instruction: Analyzing Data in Small Groups

Analyzing Data in Small Groups

Lesson Objective: Work in small groups to review and analyze data from the previous day's lab
Grade 8 / Science / Data Analysis
7 MIN

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Discussion and Supporting Materials

Thought starters

  1. How does the teacher use questioning to reinforce content and vocabulary?
  2. What is the teacher's role as students work in small groups?
  3. What are the benefits of having students analyze data in small groups, rather than as a whole class?

4 Comments

  • Private message to Raymond Armagnac

Very goof

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  • Private message to Tom Jenkins
Hi Anne- Do you have support staff to help with your special needs students? I know that I have allowed support staff input in both planning as well as facilitation and achievement for all students has increased...
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  • Private message to Anne Elwood
Our district has gone to full inclusion in every subject. This being said, I have classes ranging from severely Autistic to accelerated in the same class of 32 in a lab that exceeds the NSI safety standards. The NGSS is high order and very analytical. Our junior high science teachers struggle meeting every need, while making sure that the NGSS is covered, but everyone is safe within a 42 minute period. Comments?
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  • Private message to Michael VILLANUEVA
What this teacher is doing is one very tough act to follow because you're constantly circulating, listening in on the conversations, making sure that the level of engagement is on task, among other things. The comment she said in the beginning reflects the experience I have too. My struggle is in how much time to spend within each group. It really depends on each group's needs. I am trying to do this more often and it's a real struggle. This is actually alot more work than the front-talk-and-chalk model.
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