READ 180 RED ROUTINES

Posted by Andrea Barnes - 19 Days Ago

READ 180 RED ROUTINES are perfect with every lesson! Get your students writing, reacting, and conversing with every lesson. Here's how to use the IDEA WAVE, THINK (WRITE)-PAIR-SHARE, and NUMBERED HEADS with the remaining READ 180 Workshops.



IDEA WAVE

Use the following questions in the Idea Wave:


STAGE A:
  • Workshop #5: What are mummies?
  • Workshop #6: What makes someone a champion?
  • Workshop #7: Are zoos good places for wild animals to live?
  • Workshop #8: What are examples of unhealthy foods and drinks? 
  • Workshop #9: How do schools benefit from having diverse students?
STAGE B:
  • Workshop #5: What do teens feel peer pressure to do?
  • Workshop #6: What are some scary things you've seen in the movies or on tv?
  • Workshop #7: Do you think it is always possible to find ways to control an animal population that has grown too large?
  • Workshop #8: How can a turning point help someone?
  • Workshop #9: Why did people move to Harlem?
STAGE C:
  • Workshop #5: Are teenagers good at saving money?
  • Workshop #6: What do people compete in? 
  • Workshop #7: What are some movements your brain controls? 
  • Workshop #8: Why do teens commit crimes?
  • Workshop #9: What are some forms of protest?

ReaL Book:

  • Workshop #3: How would you feel if you had to go along with the rules and rituals--even if it means turning against your friends?
  • Workshop #4: Why does Booth want to avenge the South?
  • Workshop #5: What is one piece of advice you would give to friends who are trying to avoid catching the flu?
  • Workshop #6: Who do you think is a better climber, Tommy Caldwell or Kevin Jorgeson?

EXPRESSING IDEAS:
In my opinion,...
I think that...
My idea is that...

It seems to me that...

AGREEING:

I agree with ________________ that _________________
My idea is similar to...
I also think that...
My idea builds on ______________'s idea that...

I'd like to add...

DISAGREEING:

My idea is different from ________________'s idea because...
I think that...
I don't completely agree with...
In my opinion,
I have a different perspective from...

I believe...

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THINK (WRITE)-PAIR-SHARE

The following questions may be used in this RED ROUTINE:


STAGE A:
  • Workshop #5: What can we learn from mummies?
  • Workshop #6: In what areas can you become a champion?
  • Workshop #7: What are examples of wild animals?
  • Workshop #8: What are examples of healthy foods and drinks?
  • Workshop #9: Who are people who stood up against segregation? 

STAGE B:

  • Workshop #5: What negative impact can peer pressure have on teens? 
  • Workshop #6: What are some common fears people have?
  • Workshop #7: Do you think that a person who can no longer care for a pet should set it free?
  • Workshop #8: What are some examples of a turning point in someone's life?
  • Workshop #9: What kinds of creative people moved there?

STAGE C:

  • Workshop #5: Question: How do teens get money?
  • Workshop #6: Question: What are the pros of competition?
  • Workshop #7: What kind of thinking does your brain control?
  • Workshop #8: What are some possible results of breaking the law?
  • Workshop #9: What were some dangers protesters faced?
ReaL Book:
  • Workshop #3: What is one imaginary place that you have read about?
  • Workshop #4: Why did Booth think he would be considered a hero?
  • Workshop #5: What happened to people who were infected with the flu?
  • Workshop #6: Would you ever skip class and risk getting in trouble?

TELL WHAT YOU THINK.
I think that ___________________________ because...

One reason why I feel this way is...

LISTEN AND RESPOND TO YOUR PARTNER.

My idea is similar to yours. I also think that...
My idea is different from yours. I think...

Will you explain that again?

SHARE WITH THE GROUP.

___________________________ raised a good point.
He/she said that....
_________________________ pointed out that...
We agreed that ________________________, because...

One important idea we discussed is...

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NUMBERED HEADS

Implement these Workshop questions in the upcoming lessons:


STAGE A:
  • Workshop #5: Do you think turning a dead body into a mummy is an easy job or a hard job?
  • Workshop #6: Who are some famous champions?
  • Workshop #7:  What are reasons wild animals are taken from their natural habitats?
  • Workshop #8: What are some forms of exercise?
  • Workshop #9: What are some examples of places that were segregated?
STAGE B:
  • Workshop #5: How can teens deal with peer pressure?
  • Workshop #7: Do you think that it would be dangerous to move a small animal or plant to a new environment?
  • Workshop #8: How can a turning point hurt someone?
  • Workshop #9: Do you think it's important to have art--like music, sculpture, poetry, painting, and writing?
STAGE C:
  • Workshop #5: What do teens spend money on?
  • Workshop #6: What are the cons of competition? 
  • Workshop #7: What emotions does your brain control?
  • Workshop #8: Do you think boot camps go too far in disciplining teens?
  • Workshop #9: What are two ways that the civil rights movement changed America?
ReaL Book:
  • Workshop #3: What is one way to select a good book to read?
  • Workshop #4: How does a country respond to the death of a leader?
  • Workshop #5: How do scientists meet the urgent need to contain killer diseases?
  • Workshop #6: What can happen when athletes challenge themselves in extreme ways?

ASKING FOR FEEDBACK
What do you think?
Could you explain your thinking?
Do you have another idea?

We'd really like to hear your thoughts on...

AGREEING AND DISAGREEING

I like the way...
I hear your views, but I disagree because...

I had a different reaction, I thought...

ELABORATING

I agree, but would also add that...

We could combine these ideas by...

REPORTING IDEAS

We all agreed that...
Most of us agreed that...
We think...

It seems to us... 

Teach and expose the students to the Red Routines. You will be amazed at the academic language the students will use in the classroom.


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Stage C READ 180 Educator | HOUSTON, TX