Presentation on theme: "Family engagement – student success Thursday, January 29, 2015 AEMP Parent RepresentativeMeeting AEMP Support Team Kandice McLurkin Jamila Gillenwaters."— Presentation transcript:
Family engagement – student success Thursday, January 29, 2015 AEMP Parent RepresentativeMeeting AEMP Support Team Kandice McLurkin Jamila Gillenwaters Magan Mitchell Jessica Thomas
WELCOME How will you celebrate African-American History Month with the parents and students at your school? Whip around to share Introduce yourself and Tell us the school you’re representing
LAUSD Goals 100% Graduation Proficiency for All 100% Attendance Parent & Community Engagement School Safety
SEL Resolution The Los Angeles Unified School District requires unique Academic Language Development for Standard English Learners Common Core State Standards emphasize CLR, Complex text and academic language as Essential to educational success for all students The Master plan supports targeted resources For SELs A parent education/engagement component supports learning at home
Family Engagement = Student Success What do our Learning Leaders say?
CCSS Speaking and Listening TURN and TALK Share with a near neighbor your thoughts and feelings about the video Use the Conversation Starters to share with the whole group I think… I agree… I noticed… The important thing is… Sometimes in life…
Common Core State Standards (CCSS) Why were they adopted? 1. Raise the expectations for excellence for students in grades K-12. 2. Clarify expectations for students, teachers, and parents. 3. Standardize benchmarks for academic achievement across the United States. 4. Ensure all students are prepared for college and careers. 5. Communicate real-work expectations. P.S.P.S. Source: Common Core Standards for Parents (2014), by Jared Myracle
Common Core State Standards and Reading College and Career Readiness Standards For Reading Set the Stage for Success Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it Cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text Determine central ideas or themes of a text and analyze their development; summarize the key supporting details and ideas
Objectives for Reading Language Arts 1. Understand how the Common Core Standards prepare students for college and career options and align with LAUSD’s goals and plans 2. Build a Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity 3. Become familiar with the College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading 4. Take back resources and activities to use at home to support reading
Modeling Close Reading Rosa Parks was an African American Woman who worked hard as a seamstress in a department store in the early 1960’s. One day, tired from work, she refused to give up her seat on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama, and became a national hero. She was arrested and placed in jail for her refusal to move to the back of the bus, where African Americans were forced to sit in those days. The way she was treated garnered national attention. Some people say her refusal to give up her seat launched the civil rights movement. Rosa Parks proved that one brave person can make a difference.
Topic 1. What was the topic of the passage? a. Rosa Parksc. Brave People b. Civil Rightsd. National Hero
Supporting Details What does the Author want you to know about the text? a. Rosa Parks was a hard working woman. b. Brave people deserve special attention. c. Stubborn people always get their way. d. Brave people can make a difference
Main Idea Which sentence contains the main idea? a. 1c. 5 b. 2d. 6
Main Ideas and Supporting Details Each team will participate in a reading activity to summarize the main idea and supporting details from a text. We will use the “Roll’em” Culturally Responsive Participation Protocol to present
Questions and Evaluations What questions might you have about today’s AEMP Parent Representative Meeting? Please complete the EVALUATION! THANK YOU Contact Information: Jessica Thomas SEL, Specialist firstname.lastname@example.org 213-241-3340
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