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Posted on October 17, 2015 8:08 pm
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duryvy
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Flipping the Language Arts Classroom
I love the idea of a flipped classroom. I think it frees up so much in-class instructional time to really teach and help students. I see the math and science teachers at my school doing it all of the time. They post videos of themselves solving problems step-by-step, students take notes and record any questions that they have, then they use class time the following day to answer questions and assess students. My question is: How can this be done successfully in the Language Arts classroom?
 
     
     
 
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Posted October 19, 2015 12:55 am

aXyheN
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The flip classroom model can be done in a language arts classroom. For example, assign a reading as well as provide the questions that will be used to guide class discussion as well as textual analysis the next day in class. This way class time is spent solely on discussion and analysis instead of reading the actual text.
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Posted October 17, 2015 8:21 pm

SaSyJe
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I also love the idea of flipping the Language Arts Classroom. One of my biggest problems is that just over 50% of my students have access to the internet once they are away from school. I have personally created a Google Classroom account that students visit periodically throughout the day, and I am able to receive responses on certain topics.
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Posted October 19, 2015 3:21 am

WubuLe
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I find that flipping a classroom causes the teacher to develop the plans. For an ELA classroom you can teach the skill and the lecture about the background, information, mini lessons are possible to film. It is as if you are developing your lesson on a power point presentation.
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Posted October 25, 2015 3:06 am

PysaHe
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Some process skills may be hard to teach through a flipped model, but try starting with grammar/ language arts. Maybe if you can move some of this content to digital content, you'll free up some time for writing or literature circles in the classroom.
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Kady Schlemmer
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Good idea!
  Posted on: July 9, 2016 7:50 pm

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