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The Strategic Instruction Model (SIM) The University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning The Strategic Instruction Model (SIM) SIM is an integrated model of research-validated practices designed to address the literacy needs of adolescents. 25 years of R & D Goal of SIM is to dramatically improve academic achievement through: The Learning Strategies Curriculum to increase student learning Content Enhancement Routines to help teachers promote greater understanding, remembering, and use of critical content CRL Effective Literacy Programs in Secondary Schools
Comprehensive Coordinated Fidelity of Implementation Accountability Strong Administrative Leadership SIM Adolescent Literacy Continuum 2. General Education Embedded Strategies 1. General Education Enhanced Content 3. Intensive Reading Strategy Support Students not making AYP in reading strategy classes
NOTE KEY WORDS 4 CLASSIFY CHARACTERISTICS: CONCEPT DIAGRAM 1 Mammal Always Present warm-blooded human nurse their young has hair warm-blooded Vertebrate Sometimes Present
+ + walks on 2 legs walks on 4 legs + swims in water 2 Never Present O cold-blooded can fly moves on the ground nurse their young 5 EXPLORE EXAMPLES Examples:
Nonexamples: whale human snake elephant alligator bird shark whale walks on 4 legs bat can fly cold-blooded 6
PRACTICE WITH NEW EXAMPLE 7 TIE DOWN A DEFINITION duckbill platypus shark bird A mammal is a warm-blooded vertebrate that has hair and nurses its young. Concept Mastery Results 80 78% 70 60 50 40
54% Pre Post 30 20 10 0 Test scores of students with disabilities on unit tests SIM Content Enhancement Teaching Routines Planning and Leading Learning Course Organizer Unit Organizer lesson Organizer Teaching Concepts Concept Mastery Routine Concept Anchoring Routine Concept Comparison Routine Explaining Text, Topics, and Details
Framing Routine Survey Routine Clarifying Routine Increasing Performance Quality Assignment Routine Question Exploration Routine Recall Enhancement Routine Self-Questioning Strategy Attend to clues as you read Say some questions Keep predictions in mind Identify the answer Talk about the answers Self-Questioning Strategy M e a n Pe rc e n ta g e o f Po in ts 60 50 40 30 20
Years in School SIM Adolescent Literacy Continuum 2. General Education Embedded Strategies 1. General Education Enhanced Content 3. Intensive Reading Strategy Support Students not making AYP in reading strategy classes 4. EvidenceBased Reading Class
strategic tutoring 5. Clinical Intervention 6. Before/AfterSchool Strategic Tutoring The University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning (785) 864-4780 www.kucrl.org
Stimulus-Response Matrix Response Stimulus "No" "Yes" Present Absent Miss Correct Rejection Hit False Alarm Part II Introduction to Signal Detection Theory S.D.T. In Words Signal Detection Theory S.D.T. is a procedure for measuring sensitivity to stimulation, independent of the subject...
The Beowulf Study Guide. In addition, after every reading, you should figure out and answer all of the questions from the study guide. This study guide helps you understand the poem as well as keep you accountable for the readings.
Plate will buckle at higher stress when stress gradient exists. The stress gradient has more influence on the unstiffened element than stiffened element. Study on the ultimate strength of plate under stress gradient has been initialized. Up-to-date results show Winter's...
Exothermic vs Endothermic. Exothermic. Endothermic. A chemical reaction that gives off energy. The reactants have more energy than is needed to form the products so they release it. I.e. gives off heat. A chemical reaction that absorbs energy.
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