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ELA Materials Update HMR Medallion Edition 2010 May 2010 1.

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1 ELA Materials Update HMR Medallion Edition 2010 May

2 2 Board Theory of Action

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5 CURRICULUMPLANNING MOTIVATION INSTRUCTIONALSTRATEGIES MANAGEMENT FOUNDATION OF ESSENTIAL BELIEFS KEY CONCEPTS Areas of Performance Repertoire Matching Overarching Objectives Curriculum Design Objectives Assessment Learning Experiences Personal Relationship Building Class Climate Expectations Clarity Principles of Learning Models of Teaching SpaceTimeRoutines AttentionMomentumDiscipline Planning 5

6 Three Phase Lesson Design ELA Lesson Design Revisit Objectives Restating the learning of the lesson. Check for Understanding “We do” Highly Structured Practice, Guided Practice, Collaborative Practice, Check for Understanding Gradually release of Responsibility Learning Objectives Connections “I do” Directed Teaching Model, Demonstrate, Explain, Think Aloud Engagement Students think to themselves or share with a partner what it is that the teacher modeled/said. Closure Teacher reminds students of what he/she modeled/ said. Revisit Objectives 6 Mini lesson “You do” Independent Practice Monitoring for on task and success level

7 Table Talk  Discuss with your table group the similarities you see between ELA lesson design and MLD.  How different or similar is lesson design to how you currently teach?  What impact will ELA lesson design have for you next year? 7

8 Outcomes/Objectives 8 Participants will be able to… Have an opportunity to learn about the new and updated components of the HM Medallion Edition (2010). Familiarize themselves with the new HM Medallion Teachers’ editions.

9 What is in the program that remains the same ? Similarities 9

10 Familiar components 10 Standards-Based Lessons Reading Strategies Comprehension Skills Back to School Unit Theme at a Glance Launching the Theme Daily Lesson Plans Reaching All Students Challenge, Extra Support, and ELL Handbooks Teacher Read Aloud Student Anthology Alpha Friends/Sound Spelling Cards Structure of Daily Instruction Reading Word Work Writing & Language

11 Differences 11 What is in the program that is new ?

12 Online Teacher Support 12 Teacher’s Editions All Grades All Themes Teacher Resource Handbooks Extra Support Challenge English Language Learner Support Classroom Management Student Anthologies

13 Ready Reference 13 Instructional Routines Think aloud, Sentence starters, Fluency, Corrective feedback, Blending, Syllable division, Alpha friends Differentiated Instruction African American Vernacular English Writing Assessments

14 Reading Tool Kit Intervention in 5 areas of reading Designed for small group instruction and intervention Lessons designed around the “I do, We do, You do” format

15 Curious About Words K Daily lessons provided for all selections Lessons designed to take minutes Vocabulary development lessons are oral lessons based on listening skills Vocabulary is different than in the selection

16 ELD Support System Manual 16 Supports EL learners by providing guidance for teachers in providing support for their students. Broken down by ELD level Addresses oral and foundational skills Selection and academic vocabulary Comprehension Cognates and idioms

17 Novel Unit / Magazine 17 Additional theme, taught at the end of the year, after CST Grades 3-6 Lessons based on a 5-day plan, intended to provide a variety of reading experiences. Provides opportunities to review taught reading skills and strategies. Students are provided with a magazine which is equivalent to the anthology The leveled chapter books that are referenced in this manual were not purchased.

18 Manipulative Kit 18 Kit can be used for independent activities that support word work, and other literacy lessons. Kit is referenced as a resource at the beginning of the theme. Kit includes activities, games, letter cards and trays, and for certain grade levels magnetic letters, and wipe-able sentence strips.

19 Upgraded components…* 19 Integrated Daily Fluency Instruction Integrated Daily Writing Instruction Differentiated Instruction (Universal Access ) Embedded ELD Scaffolds and Extra Supports *As per requirements set forth by

20 Upgraded components…* 20 Corrective Feedback for Phonics/Structural Word Analysis (Word Work) Non-standard English Support (for speakers of AAVE) in marginalia Student Practice Book *As per requirements set forth by

21 ELD component/ kit Portals (4-8 intervention) Vocabulary Readers Bounce (decodable graphic novel) Write Source What we did not purchase 21

22 Daily Fluency Instruction 22 Teacher support for Modeling Fluency within marginalia of TE. Focused attention includes expression, accuracy, intonation, phrasing practice or rate.

23 23 More fluency support within the “Reading” instruction

24 Table Talk 24 1.Look through your TE for the purple section in the planner and locate the areas in the TE that address Fluency. 2. Identify where in the planner we can adjust how Fluency is taught.

25 Integrated Daily Writing Instruction 25

26 Table Talk 26 As you look at the writing, compare it to the pencil pages in your TE. Discuss with your table any discoveries you make.

27 Differentiated Instruction Universal Access 27

28 Table Talk 28 As you look at the Differentiated Instruction page, discuss with your table how you might use this resource page to enhance what you are currently doing.

29 Vocabulary Development

30 Table Talk Discuss with your table any strengths or weaknesses that you see.

31 Corrective Feedback 31

32 Non-standard English Support 32 6 th Grade example

33 Non-standard English Support 33 2 nd Grade example

34 Table Talk 34 1.Discuss with your table how this information may support instruction in your classroom.

35 35 Remember: As you leave here with your new materials, and begin to plan for next year, keep in mind that the lessons you will deliver should be planned using best practices and the “I do, We do, You do” model…lesson design. When you cognitively plan, use those components that will help get your students where they need to be. Focus Lesson Practice Phase Closure

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