Presentation on theme: "AVID and WICR Strategies AVID Southeast Halifax Professional Development January 26, 2011."— Presentation transcript:
AVID and WICR Strategies AVID Southeast Halifax Professional Development January 26, 2011
Science Breakout Session Objectives: To learn about WICR strategies in the Science classroom To experience WICR strategies during the session To apply these strategies to current lesson plans aligned to NCSCOS
Quick Write Which WICR strategies are you looking forward to working with/gaining more information about as we move through the session today?
The Write Path Science
The Science Interactive Notebook Uses a three ring notebook that will fit in the AVID student Binder Students keep class work on the right hand side of the page Reflections and processing on the left hand side of the page
AVID Weekly Review of Article and Lesson attached Number each of the paragraphs for easy reference (Individual) Read the article (Individual) Circle Key Terms (Individual) Underline Essential Information Share key terms/essential information with the group Summarize Information (group activity)
Comparative Analysis METHODOLOGIES USES Timeline: 7 minutes to compare objects; 15 min. to write analysis Students can share drafts with students who shared a different sample Conduct a peer review of drafts
Project Rubrics Specific of characteristics described Similarities and differences are clear and detailed Organization shows evidence of logical thinking and development, Information is clearly communicated
Incorporating WICR into you lesson plans How will you highlight the WICR strategies used during the lesson? Which strategies can you implement immediately?
NCSCOS AND THE AVID CONNECTION NINTH GRADE WORLD HISTORY COMPETENCY GOAL 8: PATTERNS OF HISTORY- THE LEARNER WILL ASSESS THE INFLUENCE OF IDEALS, VALUES, BELIEFS, AND TRADITIONS ON CURRENT GLOBAL EVENTS AND ISSUES 8.01 Trace developments in literary, artistic, and religious traditions over time as legacies or past societies or as cultural innovations ELEVENTH GRADE UNTIED STATES HISTORY COMPETENCY GOAL 5: BECOMING AN INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY (1877-1900) THE LEARNER WILL DESCRIBE INNOVATIONS IN TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS PRACTICES AND ASSESS THEIR IMPACT ON ECONOMIC, POLITICAL, AND SOCIAL LIFE IN AMERICA 5.03 Assess the impact of labor unions on industry and the lives of workers AP WORLD HISTORY COMPETENCY GOAL 3: Emerging Monarchies and Empires—The learner will investigate significant events, people, and conditions in the growth of monarchical and imperial systems, 600 CE- 145 CE 3.04 Trace social, political, economic, and cultural changes associated with the Renaissance, Reformation, the rise of nation-states and absolutism Interactive Cornell Notes Modified DBQ’s
StandardDevelopingProficientAccomplishedDistinguishedAVID CONNECTION ARTIFACTS PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER THE SITE TEAM AND THE NC TEACHER EVALUATION PROCESS 3C- TEACHERS RECOGNIZE THE INTERCONNECTE DNESS OF CONTENT AREAS/DISCIPLI NE Understand the links between grade/subject and the North Carolina Standard Course of Study. …and Demonstrate knowledge of links between grade/subject and the North Carolina Standard Course of Study. …and Demonstrates knowledge of the links and vertical alignment of the grade or subject are and the North Carolina Standard Course of Study. Relates content to other disciplines. …and Collaborates with teachers from other grades or subject areas to establish links between disciplines and influence school- wide curriculum and teaching practice. ESSENTIALS 5.3- AVID STUDENTS TAKE AND USE CORNELL NOTES IN ALL CONTENT AREAS. THEY MODEL CORNELL NOTE TAKING FOR OTHER STUDENTS AS A SCHOOLWIDE STRATEGY FOR ASSISTING SUTDENTS TO ACCESS RIGOROUS CONTENT Display of creative student work Use of NC Standard Course of Study Lesson Plans