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1 Abydos Reading Training Day 1 WELCOME! PLEASE SIT IN GROUPS ACCORDING TO THE SUBJECT AND LEVEL THAT YOU TEACH

2 Weird Al Yankovich – “Word Crimes”  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Gv0H-vPoDc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Gv0H-vPoDc

3 1.Put your name and the subject you teach on your name tent. 2. Laptops should be at “halfmast” when not used in the training. 3. Use your interactive notebook for journal reflections, connections that you make, to record notes of what you have learned, or to note any questions that you have. 4. The following “cool tools” will be used and demonstrated for you in today’s training: Today’s Meet Today’s Meet Poll Everywhere Poll Everywhere Kahoot Kahoot Symbaloo Symbaloo Edmodo Edmodo Survey Monkey Survey Monkey

4 Log into SYMBALOO.COM  1. Create a free account.  2. Click the link below or type it in: 

5 Today’s Meet Log into Today’s Meet by clicking in the box on the right or typing in: https://todaysmeet.com/ abydostraining

6 Math helps you calculate Science nerds can’t get a date Social studies is history But English gives you what you need No matter what you do in life, You can’t step up if you can’t read and write WORD. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5NaWIRIWRo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5NaWIRIWRo

7 “ ” Abydos: Named after the ancient city in Egypt whose history begins in the late prehistoric age. The city was used from the first dynasty to the 30th dynasty. The ancients believed the city "opened the way" to all who entered. In more modern times the city allowed contemporary scholars to unlock the secrets of the ancients when they found the Table of Abydos, which has been called the "Rosetta Stone" of the beginnings of civilization. This Table is the only place where the entire list of dynasties from the 1st to the 30th is carved in stone in one location. It serves as a history to civilization's beginning and a guide to who we have become. What does “abydos” mean, and what does it have to do with literacy?

8 The average reader reads 300 wpm. So in 15 minutes a day that = 4,500 words/day. In 7 days a week, that = 31,500 words/week. In 52 weeks a year, that = 1,638,000 words/year. The average book contains 75,000 words.

9 So by reading 15 minutes a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year, that = approximately 1,000 books in a lifetime. (avg 78 years) SO WHAT???

10 Words Read Per Year%Vocabulary Growth ,000 50% 400,000 60% 1,000,000 80% 1,800,000 90% So by reading 15 minutes a day, gains in vocabulary can be 85% or MORE! Gains in vocabulary = increased student achievement in ALL subject areas! SO ALL SUBJECTS SHOULD READ AND WRITE EVERY DAY!

11 “ ” There is only one situation I can think of in which men and women make an effort to read better than they usually do. [It is] when they are in love and reading a love letter. - M ORTIMER A DLER

12 “Tuning” from The Winter Room by Gary Paulsen Click on the link to read the excerpt. about-reading-158.html Connect this excerpt to the quote and write a response in your journal.

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14 Today’s Meet Log into Today’s Meet by clicking in the box on the right or typing in: https://todaysmeet.com/ abydostraining

15 Interactive Notebooks Notes/Important Facts Reading 15 minutes a day can improve vocabulary by 85% Ludic Reading Comments/Questions I can begin or end one class a week with 15 minutes of reading and journaling in the interactive notebook. I don’t understand what this is or how to use it.

16 Campus Code: IPQ80o Group Code: 9xw2h7

17 Click on box or go to create.kahoot.it.com

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19 Click on box or go to polleverywhere.com

20 Does reading for pleasure “count”? Research shows that the more kids read for pleasure, the better they perform at school - in ALL subjects, including math. In fact, the amount of time students spend reading is a better predictor of student success than parent income. This means that students should be reading regularly in all of their classes.

21 So how can we combine school reading and pleasure reading? Discuss in your groups and have one person in your group put an example on the chart paper in the front of the room.

22 Combining school and pleasure reading We can teach students to enjoy reading by:  Giving them choice in what they read  Giving them time to read in class  Giving them time to talk about what they’ve read (in person, in class, in online forums)  Reading aloud to students  Modeling how to make connections to reading by sharing your connections to reading  Inspiring them to read more closely by thinking about (analyzing) what they’ve read (like the love letter) What are some ways that teachers can make school reading more pleasurable for students?

23 “Ludic” comes from the Latin word “ludo,” which means “I play.” “Galumphing” is another word for pleasure reading. “Ludic” comes from the Latin word “ludo,” which means “I play.” “Galumphing” is another word for pleasure reading. LUDIC READING OR GALUMPHING CAN HAPPEN ANYWHERE – ONLINE, OUTSIDE, BOOKSTORES, LIBRARIES, CLASSROOMS, ETC.

24 Discuss your assigned quote with your group. A – Michael Agger “We’ll do more and more reading on screens, but they won’t replace paper…Rather, paper seems to be a Prozac – a balm for the distracted mind…” B – Jakob Nielson “Jakob Nielson, internet usability expert, champions the idea of information foraging. Humans are informavores. On the internet, we hunt for facts. In earlier days, when switching between sites was time consuming, we tended to stay in one place and dig. Now we access a site quickly, looking for an information scent. We move on if there doesn’t seem to be any food around.” “ C – Nancie Atwell “The job of adults who care about reading is to move heaven and earth to put that [one good] book into a child’s hands.”

25 “Being Lost” by Karla Kuskin Being lost is the perfect way to pass the time on a sky blue day when it’s warm and the open window uncurtains a call spiraling up the stairway hovering in the hall No one comes then when they call me I am not there where they look I linger alone in a place of my own lost in a book

26 We want to make reading a HABIT. Ludic Reading Time 20 minutes plus a 15-min break (35 min) Rules: 1. Read anything you want. 2. Read anywhere you want. 3. Online reading is acceptable, but no internet surfing. Have you lost that joy of ludic reading?

27 Journal Response and Group Discussion Journal Response Take 5 minutes to write a response in your interactive notebook Group Discussion Take 10 minutes to discuss your response with your group

28 Today’s Meet Log into Today’s Meet by clicking in the box on the right or typing in: https://todaysmeet.com/ abydostraining

29 How do you make ALL learning fun for your students? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=- b2xUb0VofQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9RDf v5OAZQ

30 “A close reading is a careful and purposeful…rereading of a text. It’s an encounter with the text where students really focus on what the author has to say, what the author’s purpose was, what the words mean, and what the structure of the text tells us…it’s a transction between the reader and the text

31 Close reading requires students to actually think and understand what they are reading. WE HAVE TO GIVE THEM TEXT DEPENDENT QUESTIONS THAT REQUIRE THEY GO BACK INTO THE TEXT AND SEARCH FOR THE ANSWERS.

32 Today’s Meet Log into Today’s Meet by clicking in the box on the right or typing in: https://todaysmeet.com/ abydostraining

33 Campus Code: IPQ80o Group Code: 9xw2h7

34 Exit Survey at Surveymonkey.com Please click on this link or type: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2GYWLG9 Your responses will be anonymous and very appreciated.

35 A lawyer asked this teacher “what he makes.” BIG MISTAKE

36 Abydos Reading Training DAY 1 REVIEW

37 Today’s Meet Log into Today’s Meet by clicking in the box on the right or typing in: https://todaysmeet.com/ abydostraining

38 Campus Code: IPQ80o Group Code: 9xw2h7

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41 Abydos Reading Training DAY 2

42 Define “criticism”of written text. CRITICISM IS THE EVALUATION, ANALYSIS, AND INTERPRETATION OF WRITTEN TEXT.

43 Old vs. New Perceptions of Criticism Old Perception of Criticism  Criticism was based on finding connections between an author’s real life and what is happening in the text (considered an outgrowth of life) New Perception of Criticism  The author and his life are irrelevant. Criticism is confined to what the text actually says (considered a work in and of itself like art)

44 STAAR is based on the new perception of criticism. In order to get an accurate criticism, we should assess only the text. STAAR tests in all subject areas are based on this new perception of criticism - on an accurate assessment or analysis of the text based on a close reading. Therefore, we need to teach students to ANALYZE text - to read closely and make personal connections to the text to give it relevance.

45 Louise Michelle Rosenblatt was an English professor at the University of New York. She wrote three books contributing to critical reading and was best known Transactional Theory

46 RokRose Rosenblatt’s Efferent/Aesthetic Reading Continuum UTILITY PLEASURE elegant solution STAAR School Reading

47 How will I be expected to use this information in my classes?  Teach your students how to read the material for your class CLOSELY. Model this process by speaking your thoughts and showing your annotations as you read a text closely.  Students will read and write in every class every day using the interactive notebooks (with the exception of testing days). Provide thought-provoking question stems based on the content taught for school reading.  Students will have DEAR time at least once a week for 15 minutes. Include a reader response in their interactive notebook.  Include a kinesthetic activity in your lessons at least twice every six weeks.

48 Today’s Meet Log into Today’s Meet by clicking in the box on the right or typing in: https://todaysmeet.com/ abydostraining

49 Campus Code: IPQ80o Group Code: etc2ch

50 Exit Survey at Surveymonkey.com Please click on this link or type: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2GYWLG9 Your responses will be anonymous and very appreciated.


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