Presentation on theme: "Notice & Note: Informational Text"— Presentation transcript:
1Notice & Note: Informational Text Presenters: Elestine Smittick,Elementary Literacy Coordinator, ESC WestNotice & Note: Informational Text
2Agenda Four Corners Informational vs. Non Fiction Common Core Standards- Informational ReadingLearning ExperienceAdministrator’s roleResources
3Four Corners Remembering Your Summer Break…. Left the Country StaycationUSA All the wayI wish???While in the corners, on post its record… 2 knowns/stars and 1 wish/questions or wonderings
4“We want students aware of what they are discovering as they read “We want students aware of what they are discovering as they read. We want them to enjoy that feeling of surprise, amazement, and even skepticism. We want them to say, Really?.”- Kylene Beers, author Notice & Note
5DID YOU KNOW?As adults, 95% of daily reading and writing is devoted to non-fiction or informational materials and tasks.Over 1.9 billion readers and writers are now on the Internet; 96% of the sites on are expository in form.Futurists predict that by 2020 the amount of information will double every 73 days.Statistically, students are spending a range of 7-15% of their reading time engaged with informational text.Common Core mandates a shift to 50/50 informational text by fourth grade.
6Informational vs. Non-fiction What is the significant difference between Informational text and Non-fiction?Why does it matter?What did you read that added to or clarified your understanding?How might this impact teaching and learning?ARTICLE:
7Integrating Informational Text Into Literacy RoutinesIncorporate informational text dailyTeach non-fiction reading strategies through high interest and relevant resourcesRead aloud non-fictionThink aloud as you read informational text, modelingUse diagrams and/or pictures to help students comprehend textModel using text features to add to comprehension
8Informational Reading Let’s ExploreCommon Core StandardsforInformational ReadingWhat should students be able to know and do? Discuss the progression of standards, what might we expect to see at each grade level
9Planning: Essential Question What might we do to help students notice something about the text that would cause them to go deeper into the text and into themselves?
10What should I consider as I plan ? Stage 1: Topic, Big Idea, Enduring Understanding: What Makes a Strong Team? What can get do when we work in a team? Weekly Theme: Helping Others Essential question: Why is it a good idea to work together to solve problems?
11What should I consider as I plan ? Stage 2: Assessment EvidenceChoose a topic related to cleaning up your communityDecide on the best way to present your informationPresent their work to their peers or another groupStage 3: Learning Plan (WHERE TO)Selection title: A Solution to PollutionClose Reading using TDQ & Again and Again
12Notice and Note Signposts Contrasts and ContradictionsAha MomentTough QuestionsWords of the WiserAgain and AgainMemory MomentPOSTER and Handouts
13Again and AgainImage, word, situation that is repeatedlearn more about the plot, the characters, the themeMight serve as a symbolQuestion: Why does the author repeat the situation again and again?
14REAL WORLD READING: “A Solution to Pollution” Learning ExperienceREAL WORLD READING: “A Solution to Pollution”Use Thank you Ma’m for the model lesson.Use The Jones Family Express for the practice model. Use the note taking guide instead of post it notes. Why would a teacher choose one or the other?
15The Lesson Read A Solution to Pollution! Discuss with a partner how this story adds to the theme: TEAMWORKHow does it add to what we know about the importance of working in a team?How can teamwork benefit our community or environment?The lesson:
16The LessonLet’s reread to go deeper. Consider the following questions: What text features does the author use to help us understand the importance of working together to solve problems?
17The LessonWhat were some of the Again and Again moments/situations the author used to help us notice the importance of working together to solve problems? What can we predict about the benefits of teamwork on a community?Questions to take us deeper into the text
18LeadershipWhat systems can principals put in place to support teachers in the planning and teaching of the CCSS?
19Schools need TIME for collaboration! LeadershipWhat do the experts say:According to School Leader’s Guide to the Common CoreSchools need TIME for collaboration!
20Provide Sound Professional Development LeadershipLead by ExampleProvide Sound Professional Development(include Theory, Demonstration, Practice and Coaching)3. Embrace PLCs
21Common Core Resources: escwest.netTreasures Snap-ins & resource books(grades 3-6)theteachingchannel.com(videos from Stacy Brewer and Jenna Ogier)smarterbalanced.orgSchool Site PD and Grade Level Planning