Presentation on theme: "Three Key Shifts in ELA/Literacy 1. Building knowledge through content-rich nonfiction and informational texts speaking 2. Reading, writing and speaking."— Presentation transcript:
Three Key Shifts in ELA/Literacy 1. Building knowledge through content-rich nonfiction and informational texts speaking 2. Reading, writing and speaking grounded in evidence from text, both literary and informational 3. Regular practice with complex text and its academic language
EXPLORE DIMENSION II Outcome #3 R ead to understand the text. I nvestigate by re-reading, recording questions/observations/vocabulary, and talking with a peer. S ift/sort through your investigations to identify evidence from the text. C ulminate your thinking for this chunk of text.
HOW DOES DIMENSION II SUPPORT MY CONTENT? Outcome #3 R ecord/restate. I nclude your ideas/answer. S upport your ideas/answer with evidence from the text. C onclude your piece of writing.
RELATIONSHIPS? Visual of Anchor Standards, Right Hand, Left Hand, and Lesson Plan ANCHOR STANDARDS LITERACY STANDARDS CONTENT STANDARDS LESSON PLANNING
APPLY DIMENSION II TO CONTENT OUTCOME #4 1.Choose a COS standard. 2.Craft an essential question based on the standard. 3.Choose a short chunk of text. 4.Apply the RISC strategy to the chunk of text. 5.Apply the RISC writing strategy to the chunk of text. 6.Identify the literacy grade band standards the strategies helps you meet. 7.Identify TWIRL. 8.Discuss how you might assess students throughout the lesson. 9.Look back at the planning questions-what do you notice about the planning questions and the planning tool?
WHY RISC? 1. It works across content areas and grade levels. 2. It incorporates literacy standards WITH content standards. 3. It adds rigor to reading and writing. 4. It generates formative assessment to inform subsequent instruction. 5. It can drive a unit of study because it can expand in rigor. For example, a writing RISC can begin as an exit slip or a paragraph and progress to an essay and eventually a research paper or project.
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