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1 keys for leaders

2 building foundational skills

3 accessing complex texts

4 purpose potential area of text complexity teaching for access

5 organization potential area of text complexity teaching for access

6 sentence structure potential area of text complexity teaching for access

7 genre potential area of text complexity teaching for access

8 connection of ideas potential area of text complexity teaching for access

9 prior knowledge potential area of text complexity teaching for access

10 specific vocabulary potential area of text complexity teaching for access

11 close reading dr. doug fisher

12 “every book has a skeleton hidden between its covers. your job as an analytic reader is to find it.” adler &van dore

13 x-ray texts

14 CCSS Close Reading Design ●read the text-what is the author saying? ●reread the text for specific purposes collaborative conversations ●reread the text multiple times, using tools ask & answer questions ●write about the readings a close reading protocol

15 keep our eyes on the text to read the content very carefully, paying attention to details stress engaging with texts of sufficient complexity focus on examining a text’s meaning thoroughly and methodically require active thinking and analyzing of the content to make decisions. practice during a close reading

16 use a short passage invite & include collaboration practice fierce intentionality ask text-dependent questions honor the power of productive struggle read with a pencil read and re-read

17 reading and writing float on a sea of talk James Britton reading and writing float on a sea of talk James Britton collaborative conversations collaborative conversations

18 TEACHER RESPONSIBILITY STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY Focus Lesson Guided Instruction “I do it” “We do it” “You do it together” Collaborative Independent “You do it alone” A Model for Success for All Students fisher

19 What are Collaborative Conversations? Multiple exchanges between students and peers as well as students and adults Conversations are centered on grade level texts and topics - p roviding opportunities for students to practice new vocabulary, especially content-specific vocabulary. Follow rules for discussion, such as listening to others and taking turns speaking. Asking and answering questions to confirm understanding of key details and seek clarification

20 writing to sources


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