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1 New Beginnings 2014 New Florida Standards ELA Middle School Dr. Faith, Reading Program Specialist August 6 & 7, 2014 Leesburg High School

2 Community Builder: Why Am I Here? 1.Locate a participant 2.Introduce yourself – Name, school, grade level 3.Partner 1: Answer the question, Why am I here and what do I hope to take away? 4.Partner 2: Paraphrase your partner’s response back to them 5.Exchange Roles RESPONSE FRAME: My name is _____________and the reason why I’m here is______________ and I hope to take away ____________.

3 Call to Attention C² … READY!

4 I DO Provide the purpose and rationale for ELA middle school curriculum documents WE DO Explore the critical elements of the Scope & Sequence and Curriculum Blueprints YOU DO Collaboratively interact with school level documents to deepen knowledge of the new Language Arts Florida Standards. August 6 - 7, 2014 Learning Goal: Objectives NEXT STEPS: Benchmarks: Goals Setting How will the middle school ELA curriculum documents revolutionize the way we teach, lead, and learn for 21 st century success? How will the middle school ELA curriculum documents revolutionize the way we teach, lead, and learn for 21 st century success? Ticket Out! Essential Question: Common Language: DOK Marzano Learning Scales Domain 1: Classroom Strategies and Behaviors Domain 2: Planning and Preparing Domain 3: Reflecting on Teaching Teachers will plan for effective implementation of the Language Arts Florida Standards by gaining a deeper understanding of the ELA Scope & Sequence and Curriculum Blueprints. Teachers will comprehend the Curriculum Documents and be ready to plan effectively for implementation of the Language Arts Florida Standards. Plan for effective implementation of Language Arts Florida Standards. Florida Standards Scope & Sequence Curriculum Blueprints Why Am I Here?

5 Participant Scale and Reflection 0-Not Using No understanding or implementatio n steps taken away 1-Beginning Little understanding and inconsistent implementation steps taken away 2-Developing Moderate understanding and implementation steps taken away 3-Applying Consistent understanding and implementation steps taken away along with monitoring componets for effective execution 4-Innovating In addition to criteria of Applying, enhanced understanding, implementation, monitoring, and execution take aways Teachers will plan for effective implementation of the Language Arts Florida Standards by gaining a deeper understanding of the ELA Scope & Sequence and Curriculum Blueprints.

6 Academic Services Curriculum & Instruction ~ Professional Development ~ Teaching & LearningCurriculum & Instruction ~ Professional Development ~ Teaching & Learning  The Office of Academic Services encompasses the core business of Lake County Schools. We provide guidance and support to develop instructional leaders through the coordination of district curriculum initiatives, professional learning, along with teaching and learning programs that result in improved learning for ALL. Our goal is to work collaboratively with schools to continuously and significantly improve student achievement, align curriculum and instructional practice to Florida’s standards, assist schools to develop their capacity to implement data- driven planning and review processes that foster continuous school improvement. Assurances  We will ensure that we work with district staff and school administrators to design and collaborate on systems that address professional learning needs related to improving student outcomes.  We will ensure that curriculum is current and at a high level (rigorous) meeting local, state, and national standards.  We will ensure that researched-based best practices (programs and processes) are utilized regarding student curricular needs and student learning patterns.  We will ensure services are provided that target closing the achievement gap by improving the performance of all students while drastically accelerating the achievement of students of color, English Language Learners (ELL), Exceptional Student Education (ESE) and students living in poverty. Academic Services

7 Lake County Schools Vision StatementVision Statement A dynamic, progressive and collaborative learning community embracing change and diversity where every student will graduate with the skills needed to succeed in postsecondary education and the workplace. Mission StatementMission Statement The mission of the Lake County Schools is to provide every student with individual opportunities to excel. Academic Services

8 Lake County Schools College and Career Readiness Instructional Framework Key Performance IndicatorsSchool Improvement Plan Florida Standards Professional Learning Community FCIM MTSSLESSON STUDY Personalized Learning Desired Student Outcomes Statement of Work ContentCultural Behavior ProcessInterventionsCapacity Building Autonomy of Learning 1.Increase proficiency rates on FLKRS/ECHOES & FAIR (PreK - 2 nd grade) 2.Increase proficiency rates on ELA and Math FL Standards Assessment 3.Increase proficiency rates on FCAT 2.0 Science 4. Increase proficiency rates on EOC’s Algebra 1, Geometry, Biology, Civics and US History 5. Increase participation and performance in rigorous course work (Honors, Advanced Placement, Dual Enrollment and Industry Certification) 6. Increase participation and performance on PERT, SAT and ACT 7. Increase AMO percentages for all subgroups (Achievement Gap) 8. Increase the graduation rate 9. Increase attendance rate 10. Decrease disciplinary infractions The School Improvement Plan (SIP) is the written plan of how we will reach our goals each year. The critical elements include: Organize: Stakeholders plan and assess needs based on data. Plan: Stakeholders set goals and objectives, identify strategies and measures of success. Implement: Implement activities and monitor progress. Sustain: Identify success of current plan, evaluate and adjust to sustain growth. Florida Standards are a set of high- quality academic standards in mathematics and English language arts/literacy (ELA). These standards outline what a student should know and be able to do at the end of each grade. 6 Key Elements for Instruction: 1. Knowledge and Use of Florida Standards 2. Common and Collaborative Planning Time 3. Interdisciplinary Content Integration 4. Frequency of Project-Based Learning 5. Student Collaboration 6. Integrated Technology The guiding principles of Professional Learning Communities (PLC) govern the behavior of our school professionals. The big ideas are: Focus on Learning: All students can learn and we are responsible to ensure learning occurs. Focus on Collaborative Culture: Time is specifically reserved for collaboration on teaching and learning. Focus on Results: Effectiveness is measured by results, not intent. The Florida’s Continuous Improvement Model (FCIM) is a systematic process for planning, teaching, assessing and re-evaluating results. It is the road map that directs our actions.  Plan  Do  Check  Act Multi-Tiered System of Supports is a problem solving model that represents the integration of MTSS for academics and MTSS for behavior into a unified model of service. The basic problem- solving components include: 1. Problem Identification 2. Problem Analysis 3. Intervention Design 4. Response to Instruction/ Intervention Lesson Study provides a structure for teachers to collaboratively plan lessons share, observe, record and analyze data to improve instruction. The key concepts are: 1. Collaborative Planning 2. Lesson Observation by Teachers 3. Data Collection and Analysis Guided by Student Thinking, Learning, Engagement and Behavior 4. Reflection, Refinement and Re-teaching as Necessary Personalized Learning (PL) is a system that cultivates independence and self- governance of learning expectations through the expansion of choice and inclusion of voice in a flexible learning environment. PL Key Elements: 1. Student- directed Learning 2.Learner Profiles and Paths 3. Competency- based Learning 4. Flexible Learning Environments 5. Structures of Accountability, Continuous Improvement and Innovation

9 New Beginnings 2013 Marzano/TEAM FrameworkMarzano/TEAM Framework Communicating Learning Goals and Feedback Establishing Rules and Procedures Helping Students Interact with New Knowledge Helping Students Practice/Deepen Knowledge Helping Students Generate/Test Hypotheses Engaging Students Planning/Preparing for Lessons and Units Planning/Preparing for Resources & Technology Planning/Preparing for Special Student Needs Developing/Monitoring a Professional Growth Plan

10 21 st Century Skills Tony Wagner, The Global Achievement Gap New Beginnings Critical Thinking and Problem Solving 2. Collaboration and Leadership 3. Agility and Adaptability 4. Initiative and Entrepreneurialism 5. Effective Oral and Written Communication 6. Accessing and Analyzing Information 7. Curiosity and Imagination

11 How? What? Why? The demand on a student, what they will need to know and be able to do.

12 Next Generation ELA Florida Standards Why? Think-Pair-Share Identify and discuss major differences between the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards & ELA Florida Standards Think-Pair-Share Identify and discuss major differences between the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards & ELA Florida Standards

13 Guided notes Depth of Knowledge (Know what students are asked to do) DOK 1 RECALL/Reproduction locate, identify, list information DOK 2 SKILL/CONCEPT Infer, organize, summarize DOK 3 Strategic Thinking & Reasoning Analyze results, cite evidence investigate DOK 4 Extended Thinking Research, synthesize, critique ELA DOK 3 83%

14 ELA Documents TOP 5 Big Ideas Backwards Design Standards-based Units Clustering of Standards Recursive Curriculum Integration of Writing

15 First page provides a narrative detailing the purpose and organization of the curriculum document. Scope & Sequence PURPOSE? ORGANIZATION ? Pages 1-2 FAQ?

16 PLC Planning Flow Map provides the sequence for using the curriculum documents for instructional planning This PLC Planning Process serves as a guide to facilitate the instructional planning and delivery process. PLC Planning Process Page 3

17 Scope & Sequence Page 4 Scope and Sequence provides an overview for instructional delivery.

18 Page 4 Timed- Pair- Share Take 3-minutes to review the Scope & Sequence. Share with your shoulder partner commonalities that exists within and across units. Timed- Pair- Share Take 3-minutes to review the Scope & Sequence. Share with your shoulder partner commonalities that exists within and across units. District Performance Task

19 Recursive Standards How do Recursive Standards support student learning?

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21 Guided notes Curriculum Blueprint

22 Units (approximate time) Unit (20 Days) Recursive Standards Cluster of Standards SL: 1.1, 2.6 RL: 1.1, 4.10 W: 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 4.10 L:3.4 Key Strategies Thinking Maps Close Reading Constructed Annotating Texts Collaborative Discussion Product Types W: 1.2 Informative Writing Guided notes Mix-and-Match Take 5- minutes to review the Curriculum Blueprint. How does the Scope & Sequence align with the curriculum blueprint? Mix-and-Match Take 5- minutes to review the Curriculum Blueprint. How does the Scope & Sequence align with the curriculum blueprint?

23 Product Type Product Types W: 1.2 Informative Writing Think-Pair-Share First, review the Unit’s Published Products. Create an exemplar response to be used as a formative assessment. Be READY to assign, grade, provide explicit feedback, and opportunities for application. Think-Pair-Share First, review the Unit’s Published Products. Create an exemplar response to be used as a formative assessment. Be READY to assign, grade, provide explicit feedback, and opportunities for application. Guided notes

24 Approximate Time Units (approximate time) Unit (20 Days) Guided notes What is the best way to ensure appropriate use of time for each unit?

25 Cluster of Standards SL: 1.1, 2.6 RL: 1.1, 4.10 W: 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 4.10 L:3.4 Guided notes Round Robin 1.Review the Unit Overview, Learning Goal, & Essential Questions. 2.Discuss the expectation for this Unit. Round Robin 1.Review the Unit Overview, Learning Goal, & Essential Questions. 2.Discuss the expectation for this Unit.

26 Guided notes Reading Standards Cluster of Standards SL: 1.1, 2.6 RL: 1.1, 4.10 W: 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 4.10 L:3.4 Turn & Talk What does it mean to teach to the full intent of the Standards? Why is this important? Turn & Talk What does it mean to teach to the full intent of the Standards? Why is this important?

27 Text Types Guided notes How important is it to use the recommended text within each unit? Cluster of Standards SL: 1.1, 2.6 RL: 1.1, 4.10 W: 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 4.10 L:3.4

28 Key Strategies Thinking Maps Close Reading Constructed Annotating Texts Collaborative Discussion Tasks Think-Pair-Share How will previewing the Tasks support planning & delivery of new standards? Think-Pair-Share How will previewing the Tasks support planning & delivery of new standards? Guided notes

29 How will you respond when students don’t get it? How will you respond to students who already got it?

30 Participant Scale and Reflection 0-Not Using No understanding or implementatio n steps taken away 1-Beginning Little understanding and inconsistent implementation steps taken away 2-Developing Moderate understanding and implementation steps taken away 3-Applying Consistent understanding and implementation steps taken away along with monitoring componets for effective execution 4-Innovating In addition to criteria of Applying, enhanced understanding, implementation, monitoring, and execution take aways Teachers will plan for effective implementation of the Language Arts Florida Standards by gaining a deeper understanding of the ELA Scope & Sequence and Curriculum Blueprints.

31 How to Access the Instructional Documents

32 Resources 1. Florida Standards -  Teacher, Students, & Parents Resources 2. FSA Portal -  Test Item Specs, Writing Rubrics, Sample ELA tests 3. Marzano Learning Scales EBSCO HOST – lakecounty; lakecounty 5. News ELA –

33 Ticket Out! GOALS Setting First Nine WeeksFourth Nine Weeks CREATE MEASURABLE GOALS Guided notes What do you want to be REALLY Good at and WHEN?

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