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Summer Institutes 2013 Changing Teacher Practice Changing Student Outcomes
Junes remodeling 2013 Summer Institutes | Changing Teacher Practice Changing Student Outcomes Remodeling Session 40 Ways to Read Like a Detective: Supporting Text-Centered Instruction Julie Joslin Lisa McIntosh Anna Frost Alex Kaulfuss ELA Section NCDPI
Disclaimer The digital tools used during this institute have been helpful to some educators across the state. However, due to the rapidly changing digital environment, NCDPI does not represent nor endorse that these tools are the exclusive digital tools for the purposes outlined during this institute.
Materials Cards LiveBinder
Main References 40 Things to Do with a Text, by Braham and Gaughan Teaching Students to Read Like Detectives, by Fisher, Frey, and Lapp Making Thinking Visible, by Ritchhart, Church, and Morrison Notice and Note, by Beers and Probst The Art of Slow Reading, by Newkirk
What to Expect We will share 40 different ways to bring students back into the text to write, find evidence, reflect, read deeply, and become stronger, independent readers. We will practice with a few of these strategies; many we will just discuss. We will maintain a quick and lively pace. (Please hold questions until the end.)
40 Ways to Read Like a Detective W AYS TO R EAD Cards 1 - 9
40 Ways to Read Like a Detective D ISCUSSION OF W AYS TO R EAD Cards 1 - 9 1.What strategies have you tried before? Were they successful; how do you know? 2.What strategy is new to you?
40 Ways to Read Like a Detective Q UESTIONING / D ISCUSSING Cards 10 - 15
40 Ways to Read Like a Detective D ISCUSSION OF Q UESTIONING / D ISCUSSING Cards 10 - 15 1.How do you support text-dependent questions and discussions in your instruction? 2.How do you establish rules for discussing in your classroom?
40 Ways to Read Like a Detective E XPLORING W HAT THE T EXT S AYS Cards 16 - 22
Text 1Text 2 Similarities Unique Characteristics/Features
40 Ways to Read Like a Detective D ISCUSSION OF E XPLORING WHAT THE T EXT S AYS Cards 16 - 22 1.Were any strategies new to you? Did any reveal new ways to do things you already do in your classroom? 2.Which strategy might you hesitate to try? Why?
40 Ways to Read Like a Detective O RGANIZATION & S TRUCTURE Cards 23 - 26
40 Ways to Read Like a Detective D ISCUSSION OF O RGANIZATION / S TRUCTURE Cards 23 - 26 1.Describe how a strategy or strategies support the intent of the standards?
40 Ways to Read Like a Detective F ORMAT, G ENRE, & M EDIA Cards 27 - 31
40 Ways to Read Like a Detective D ISCUSSION OF F ORMAT, G ENRE, & M EDIA Cards 27 - 31 1.How do teachers utilize technology to support the instruction of the standards? 2.What strategy would you include / add to this section?
40 Ways to Read Like a Detective R ESPONDING TO I DEAS Cards 32 - 36
40 Ways to Read Like a Detective D ISCUSSION OF R ESPONDING TO I DEAS Cards 32 - 36 1.Why is problem finding an essential part of slow reading?
40 Ways to Read Like a Detective V OCABULARY & G RAMMAR Cards 37 - 40
40 Ways to Read Like a Detective D ISCUSSION OF V OCABULARY & G RAMMAR Cards 37 - 40 1.How does your vocabulary and grammar instruction look different as a result of Shift Three? 2.How can school and district leaders encourage classroom teachers to adjust grammar and vocabulary instruction?
Julie Joslin, Ed.D. Section Chief English Language Arts 919-807-3935 Julie.Joslin@dpi.nc.gov Anna Lea Frost, M.Ed. 6-8 English Language Arts Consultant 919-807-3952 Anna.Frost@dpi.nc.gov Lisa McIntosh, MSA K-5 English Language Arts Consultant 919-807-3895 Lisa.Llewellyn@dpi.nc.gov Alex Kaulfuss, Ph.D. Grades 9-12 English Language Arts 919-807-3833 Alex.Kaulfuss@dpi.nc.gov Contact Information: Have you Seen… ELA Resources LiveBinder: http://www.livebinders.com/play/play/297779 ELA Common Core State Standards Self Study LiveBinder: http://www.livebinders.com/play/play/262077