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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Generating and Testing Hypotheses1 of 9 Marzano's Instructional Strategies Implementation Guidelines The class will learn to develop questions in order to create hypotheses. They need to create hypotheses so as to test them out while reading a selection. The students will learn how to delve into information to find results for their hypotheses. To implement this strategy, an educator would choose and model one of thesix aforementioned tasks. The class will share their findings. Two Key Findings Two Key Findings Mandy Nolte Technology Sources: Beesley, A. D., & Apthorpe, H. S. (2010). Classroom Instruction That Works, Second Edition: Research Report. Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning (McREL). Englert, C. S. (2009). Connecting the Dots in a Research Program to Develop, Implement, and Evaluate Strategic Literacy Interventions for Struggling Readers and Writers. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice (Wiley- Blackwell), 24(2), 104-120. doi:10.1111/j.1540-5826.2009.00284.xHoover, C. (2006). Research-Based Instructional Strategies. School Library Monthly, 22(8), 26-28. Edmodo ( Notebook App Generate and testing hypotheses is an effective strategy for assisting students to expand their knowledge about a text. By creating and trying out hypotheses, students are encouraged to apply what they already know, or build on their knowledge, in order to attain a deeper understanding of the main idea of a text. This strategy promotes the student thinking processes, which are: deductive and inductive. Students are to practice and apply these thinking processes by completing one of 6 activities, which are: system analysis, invention, experimental inquiry, problem solving, decision making, and historical investigation. Common Strategies Anticipation Guide: a strategy that is used before reading to activate students' background knowledge and to generatestudent interest in a topic. Admit Ticket: Students are given 1 to 2 questions to activate their prior knowledge, and they are instructed to generate their own questions to predict the results on a topic. Students' active learning is increased when they learn to generate and test hypotheses. Creating and testing hypotheses teaches students how to draw conclusions effectively.
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