DIG INTO STUDENT AGENCY

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DIG INTO STUDENT AGENCY

DIG INTO STUDENT AGENCY: A resource that supports members of a learning community develop and explore a the properties and attributes of agency in order to develop a shared understanding.

  • This thinking routine is used to help uncover and enrich understandings and ideas about what student agency is and is not, about what helps, hinders and hijacks the opportunities students have to be agents in their own learning.
  • Learning community members will need an opportunity to examine and understand beliefs, perspectives, problems and possibilities connected to student agency as they DIG into ideas.

Thinking Routines- DIG MODEL POSTERS

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Visible thinking routines -DIG

Visible thinking Routines- DIG MODEL POSTERS

Visible thinking routines help teachers and students explore ideas together, unpacking, deconstructing and rebuilding ideas to develop new knowledge. The aim of the visible thinking routine DIG  is to support students in exploring complex and implied ideas in texts, when viewing artifacts or reviewing an event.

Subject links: Humanities (Social Studies), Literacy and Science

Included in the resource: A set of illustrated cards (3 with guiding questions; 3 with key illustration and letter only), overview of model and ideas for use page.

 

Reading Comprehension Strategies – DIG into Books

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reading comprehension- DIG into books

Reading Comprehension Strategies – DIG into Books

Reading comprehension strategy: USING THE DIG MODEL to uncover ideas in narratives and fiction

Aim: To help younger readers find ways to begin exploring and uncovering the different levels of ideas that form a fiction text or narrative.

Subject links: Any subject that uses narrative texts to explore bigger ideas

Included in the reading comprehension resource: Overview explanation, example points to remember, Guided and blank A4 pages for student use and two varieties bookmark style prompts for student use; suggestions and ideas page.

Visible thinking Routines- DIG MODEL CARDS and POSTERS

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Visible thinking routine DIG model

Visible thinking Routines- DIG MODEL CARDS and POSTERS

Visible thinking routines help teachers and students explore ideas together, unpacking, deconstructing and rebuilding ideas to develop new knowledge. The aim of the visible thinking routine DIG  is to support students in exploring complex and implied ideas in texts, when viewing artifacts or reviewing an event.

Subject links: Humanities (Social Studies), Literacy and Science

Included in the resource: A set of illustrated cards (3 with guiding questions; 3 with key illustration and letter only), overview of model and ideas for use page.

 

Visible thinking Routines- DIG MODEL CARDS

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Visible thinking routines -DIG

Visible thinking Routines- DIG MODEL CARDS

Visible thinking routines help teachers and students explore ideas together, unpacking, deconstructing and rebuilding ideas to develop new knowledge. The aim of the visible thinking routine DIG  is to support students in exploring complex and implied ideas in texts, when viewing artifacts or reviewing an event.

Subject links: Humanities (Social Studies), Literacy and Science

Included in the resource: A set of illustrated cards (3 with guiding questions; 3 with key illustration and letter only), overview of model and ideas for use page.

 

READING COMPREHENSION- DIG LEVELLED CARDS

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Reading comprehension DIG levelled cards

READING COMPREHENSION- DIG LEVELLED CARDS

Supporting reading comprehension and research comprehension, these carefully illustrated cards provide visual cues for students to help them explore ideas and concepts at different layers of the DIG model- in humanities and arts.

Based on, but extending the ‘iceberg’ model of exploring culture, the DIG model helps students uncover ideas and investigate social constructs.

Subject links: Social Studies, Humanities, Literacy and the Arts,

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