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Icons of Depth and Complexity Story title/subject: Student Name:
Big Idea What is the theme, or big idea of this story? Is there a lesson the author wants you to learn? What is the author’s purpose?
Details What are the important story details?
Rules Determine the genre of the story. What specific story elements helped you to determine the genre? Or what rules of behavior did the main character follow?
Patterns What patterns of behavior occur within the story? Or what story patterns do you see within this genre?
Language of the Discipline What vocabulary words are unique to this story? What words are unique to this genre?
Multiple Perspectives Describe the main character from another character’s perspective.
Change Over Time Select a character and show how the character changed over time.
Ethics What ethical dilemmas occur within the story? Are there any events that could be perceived as good and bad?
Unanswered Questions At the end of the story, what questions do you still have, what do you think the answers would be, and why?
Summary A short retelling of the main details of a longer piece of writing. For a short story, a summary should include: A topic sentence that gives the.
Your name: Title: Author : Genre: Change Over Time What message do you think the author wanted the reader to learn from reading this story? Details about.
Differentiating the Curriculum Bloom’s Taxonomy of the Cognitive Domain (Benjamin Bloom) Elements of Depth and Complexity (Sandra Hall Kaplan)
Identify some of the details about…? Which details are the most important to the story? What are the attributes of…? What is a pattern or a trend in the.
Romeo and Juliet Reading Response Journal Using Depth & Complexity and Content Imperatives Identify the key elements of a specific discipline Or critically.
D HEART OF A CHAMPION. Give It All You’ve Got Story Genre Strategy Skill Autobiography Evaluate Fact and Opinion.
Differentiation Strategies Depth & Complexity. Summary Definition : Students can develop a deeper understanding of subjects/topics using specific icons.
The Beginning of Implementing GATE Strategies. O UR A GENDA : Understanding the basics of GATE teaching A GATE classroom What to do in the beginning:
Depth and Complexity An RUSD Best Practices GATE Tune-Up.
Differentiating Instruction with Bloom’s Taxonomy and Depth and Complexity.
November 20-21, 2013 Christina Orsi wiki.sjcoe.net/groups/jefferson.
Depth and Complexity ICONS. Language of the Discipline Language of the discipline refers to: terminology, nomenclature. Lexicon, tools of the discipline,
TAKS Reading Process Analyze the Task Activate Prior Knowledge Plan and Predict Read Use Information.
Summary of the Strategy Deep and complex look at the big idea/topic.
Depth & Complexity PLUS Frame The four-sided frame must include the following items: Include a minimum of 5 Depth & Complexity icon examples (along with.
Sandra Kaplan’s Model. MathScience Foreign Language English Fine Arts Career Studies Social Studies Military Science Athletics Kaplan’s model can be used.
Using Dr. Sandra Kaplan’s GATE Icons to extend students’ thinking GATE ICONS.
Close Reading. AGENDA Demands of complex text on the reader Close reading tools for comprehending complex text Question and answer opportunities with.
Jeopardy Prefixes/ Suffixes Genres Figurative language Story Elements Vocabulary Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500.
DO NOW task cards for social studies, science, and language arts.
Creating Socratic Questions: Using the GATE Icons Josefino Rivera, Jr. Survey November 6, 2009.
PERSONAL NARRATIVE VS. FICTIONAL NARRATIVE. What should I know when I complete this presentation? How are Personal Narratives and Fictional Narratives.
Respond to Literature, Respond to Life: A Unit Plan 6 th grade Language Arts Mrs. Reyes-Guieb.
Introduction Name the author and the book’s title. In general terms, briefly describe the book’s themes and other critical elements. Suggest what you.
Parts Attributes Factors Variables Example: Identify and label the parts of a plant. or Where did the story take place? S. Kaplan, Javits Grant.
THE KAPLAN MODEL DEPTH AND COMPLEXITY IN LITERATURE By April Payne.
Elements of A Plot. Plot (definition) Plot is the organized pattern or sequence of events that make up a story. The plot revolves around the conflict.
Title Text Type Fiction Text Type Informational by Author’s Name.
Triple click and type your book title and author here Triple click and type your first and last name here 100’s of free ppt’s from library.
Theme. Directions on your Theme Notes fill in the ___ with the information.
Elements of a Story By Students Name Title of Book Author of Book.
ALEXANDER AND THE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD DAY BY JUDITH VIORST.
Creating Socratic Questions: Using the GATE Icons Josefino Rivera, Jr. Lit and Personal Choice
How to write a Book Review. Readers don’t have to know everything that happens in your book, or all of your reasons for liking it. Try to say enough so.
OBJECTIVE: RETELL AND SUMMARIZE A STORY’S PLOT A WISE OLD WOMAN.
Literature Notes Review The problem or struggle in a story Answer: Conflict.
Plot (n) character (n) conflict (n) theme (n) setting (n) noun: person, place, thing or idea Literary elements: the things that make up a short story.
Getting Ready for the TEST. Vocabulary Questions Which is the best meaning for the word_________ The word _________ in the story means.... Which word.
1 Depth and Complexity Icons. 2 Quick Easy Application to any Material For Visual learners--A picture is worth a thousand words Provide scaffolding to.
Differentiated Instruction using Dimensions of Depth Dr. Sandra Kaplan's Model for Differentiation Presented by Kirsten Kershaw OLeary.
6 TH GRADE ACADEMIC VOCABULARY 2 ND GRADING PERIOD.
Qualitative Research. Narrative research How humans experience their lives How humans experience their lives Storied lives Storied lives Researchers construct.
Writing Skills L:O – To understand and use features of narrative writing.
Elements of Fiction Fiction Writing that comes from an author’s imagination. Writing that comes from an author’s imagination. Realistic Fiction Realistic.
FCAT READING REVIEW. Vocabulary Context Clues Strategy Context Clues Strategy Prefixes, Suffixes, Roots Prefixes, Suffixes, Roots Substitution Substitution.
Presenter(s) Name(s) Department May 18, 2010 Title of Presentation.
Depth and Complexity- the signs that lead you to become a better scholar By: Robyn Arnold.
Learning Objective : Today we will evaluate the author’s use of various techniques to influence readers’ perspectives. Technique=method of doing things.
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