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objectives, 23; lesson assessment, 27; lesson plan, 23; world history standards, 23 Challenging activities, 75–96 Classroom conversation schedule (example), 103 Closed (dead-end) questions, 91 Collage project (contextualization), 61–65; com- mentary, 64; instructions (handout), 62; learn- ing objectives, 64; lesson plan, 64; rubric, 63 Community outreach, and context for learning, 57 Complex thinking, teaching, 75–96; focus ques- tions for planning lessons, 76; lessons from the classroom, 76–95; literature lesson, 77–84; mathematics lesson, 87–89; social science les- son, 84–87, 90–95 Complex orld of eaching, The (Mintz and Yun), 53, 75 Conceptual foundation, 89 Content goals, and instructional conversation, 100 Contextualizing instruction, 53–74; biology les- son, 61–65; within the communit , 54–56; cul- tural compatibility, 55; focus questions for planning lessons, 57; history/social studies les- son, 70–71; language arts/history lesson, 58–61; lessons/activities, 56–57; lessons from the class- room, 57–73; research support, 55–56; world history/geography lesson, 65–70 Cooperative learning, 10–11, 29 Create an Island lesson (joint productive activity), 17–18; biology standard and learning goal, 19; commentary, 22; conduct of lesson, 18–21; instructions, 19–20; learning objectives, 17; les- son assessment, 18; lesson plan, 17–18; reflec- tion questions, 21; standard in biology, 17; student instructions (handout), 19–20 Culture wheel template, 67

D De-automatization, 98 Demographics, changes in, 2 Desert Exile (Uchida), 58 Diary of Anne Frank, The, 58–60 Diversification of activities, in public education, 6

E Earth sciences lesson (language development), 36–40; commentar , 40; conduct of lesson, 40; learning objectives, 37; lesson plan, 37; plate tectonics language activity, 36–40; Plate Tectonics Word Web Activity (handout), 38; science and technology standards, 36–37; word web, 37; What’s a Word Web? (handout), 39 Economics, and public education, 3 English Language Learners: challenging activities for, 75–84; and instructional conversation, 99, 102; and quality educational programs, 76 Examining the Environment (language develop- ment lesson), 45–51; commentary, 45–46; les- son plan, 45; standards, 45 Examining the Environment (language development revised lesson), 46–51; commentar , 47; learning objectives, 46; lesson assessment, 47; lesson plan, 46–47; Quick-Write Activity (handout), 48; Research Tasks for PowerPoint Presentation (hand- out), 49; rubric for grading literary responses: envi- ronment unit, 50–51; standards, 46 Exploring Culture Activity (contextualization), 66–70; commentary, 68; culture wheel tem- plate, 67; essential lesson goals, 66; lesson assess- ment, 67; lesson plan, 66, 68; social science standards, 66; student’s culture wheel, 67; uni- versal culture wheel, 69 Extensions, providing, 89

F Families of the Coastside (handout), 71 Farewell to Manzanar (Houston/Houston), 57–60 Focus questions: defined, 12; instructional con-

versation, 99–100; joint productive activities, 13; language development, 32 Focus questions for planning lessons: complex

thinking, teaching, 76; contextualizing instruc- tion, 57 Forensic Science (teaching through dialogue les-

son), 106–120; commentar , 112–113; conduct of lesson, 108–110; connection question,

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