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Literacy Strategies for the Business Classroom Angela McCallie Lonoke High School email@example.com
Literacy Strategies: Why use? Research Based Relevant Rigorous Reduce (Chunk)
Literacy Strategies: Focus? Activate Prior Knowledge Pre-Reading Active Reading Vocabulary Higher Order Thinking
Literacy Strategies: Time Frame? Entire Lesson Quick Chunk
Text Structure (PRE) Lesson Partner
Chapter Guide (APK) (PRE) (ACT) (VO) Lesson Indiv
Chapter Map/Scavenger Hunt (PRE) (ACT) (VO) (HOT) Chunk Indiv Partner
2-Column Notes Lesson 2 Master Pages Advantages Footers (ACT) (VO) (HOT) Lesson Partner
Interactive Cloze (APK) (PRE) (ACT) (VO) (HOT) Lesson Indiv Partner
Matching Vocabulary Cards with word Cards with definition Give each student a card find match Put all cards on wall or board and take turns finding a match What doesnt belong in group of cards (VO) (HOT) Quick Partner Group
Anticipation Guide (APK) (PRE) (ACT) (HOT) Quick Indiv Partner
Foldables Fortune Teller Use to reinforce concepts Flash Cards Use to learn and review vocabulary (ACT) (VO) Chunk Indiv Partner
Timeline/Graphic Organizer (ACT) (HOT) Chunk Indiv Partner Group
Exclusion Brainstorming (APK) (PRE) (ACT) (VO) (HOT) Lesson Indiv Group
Admit Slip/Exit Slip (APK) (VO) (HOT) Quick Indiv
QuickWrite/Focused FreeWrite (APK) (PRE) (HOT) Quick Indiv
Give One-Get One Pair/Share Share with partner a concept learned Share with rest of class (ACT) (VO) (HOT) Quick Chunk Partner Group
Open Response (ACT) (VO) (HOT) Chunk Indiv
Two-Minute Quiz (ACT) (VO) Quick Indiv
Questioning/Pairing Popsicle sticks Numbering/spinner
Grading Give credit for all work Check for correctness on some Discuss problem areas when return Use screen checks Use grading labelsgrading labels
Resources MAX Teaching With Reading and Writing, Mark Forget Tools for Teaching Content Literacy, Janet Allen Kagan Cooperative Learning, Spencer & Miquel Kagan
Pick one or two and try them! There are so many more, use what works for YOU and YOUR students!
Strategic Teaching Planning Activities Presented by: Jennie Barrett-Middle School Literacy Coach Sandy Luster-High School Literacy Coach Department.
My Classroom. Audience Italian I - Grade 9 ACTFL Level: Novice-Low Three lessons of 40 minutes each.
STRATEGIC LESSONS Jenny Limbaugh. Before Strategies Purposes Activate Prior Knowledge Generate Questions Discuss Vocabulary Build Background Knowledge.
Characteristics Difficulty identifying words and their meanings Difficulty extending the meaning of words (association) Limited vocabulary Difficulty.
Interactive Notebook Betsy Sanford Lost Mountain Middle School
Using Text Effectively in the Biology Classroom 1 Alignment of Biology Text with Benchmarks Close Reading with the Biology Text Using Cornell Notes Effectively.
Computing Basics Understanding the components, history and impact on todays life. Krista Sweckard, Newell High School.
Differentiated Instruction: from DRAB to Garden City Public Schools.
Prior Knowledge: Activating and Developing Concepts and Vocabulary Chapter 3.
Earth Science Ms. Rogers September 11, 2015 Chapter 1 Section 1-3.
Competent Teachers - Competent Students A Model for Designing Daily Literacy Lessons.
March 8, 2012 LITERACY IN SOCIAL STUDIES. What does it mean to be “literate” in social studies? QUICKWRIT E.
INTERACTION SIOP. Review Homework: Mix Freeze Pair 1. Stand up! 2. Walk around the room and greet the other members of our SIOP cadre. Give them a quick.
Characteristics Difficulty committing things to short-term memory Difficulty committing things to long-term memory Difficulty remembering simple.
SDAIE Session 2 Universal Access/SDAIE Lesson Design Template Title III Access to Core Professional Development Office of Curriculum, Instruction, and.
Break: Back at 12:30. Handout Booklet: Pages 1-2 Handout Booklet: Day 1 Pages
Welcome to: The Power of Assessment in Guiding Student Learning Warm up: In groups of 3 or 4, please use the blank chart paper to brainstorm these questions:
Engagement Strategies for ESL Students In the Social Studies Classroom.
Best Practices for Adolescent Literacy Secondary Alabama Reading Initiative ARI Content Literacy 2010.
As we read the Unit Overview together, highlight words and phrases that help you predict what the unit will be about. With a partner, discuss the.
Formative Assessment: Checking for Understanding by All Students Teaching and Learning in the BLOCK.
Explicit Direct Instruction Part I: Learning Objectives, Checking for Understanding, and Closure.
What Do Scientists Do? 80% of their time is devoted to reading and writing!
Presented by: Nicole Sanyigo Closures That Last. 2 Get to Know: If you had won the lottery, would you come to work in September? A. Yes-See you in.
Stations August Project Topics Role of citizens School Wide Expectations Create our mini-economy Goods and Services Identify local, state and federal.
Using Graphic Organizers to Support English Language Learners in Reading March 23, 2005 Julie Rae Johnson, Literacy Specialist Literacy Specialist Comprehensive.
Core Content Coaching Social Studies Grade 6 2 nd 6 Weeks World Cultures Unit 1 Geographic Focus on the Americas, Unit 2 Human Geography (Please allocate.
Content Area Reading, 11e Vacca, Vacca, Mraz © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0 Content Area Reading Literacy and Learning Across the.
Formative Assessment Before Instruction Zickeyous Byrd.
ChapterChapter 11 Strategies for Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum By: Kelli Brady.
Language Acquisition Part II in a 4 Part Series. Essential Question How can we help all of our students acquire the necessary language to be successful.
Content Area Reading Strategies Before, During, and After Reading.
TEXT STRUCTURES AND TEXT FEATURES Click to continue for each slide…
Classroom Strategies for Active Learning M. Bennett
Upper Grade Focus Wall Guidelines Dawn Smith Instructional Services Specialist K-6 Mathematics.
Maria LeFort 1 M. LeFort - Teaching Reading Across the Curriculum - Part 2.
Massachusetts Reading First-2006 Using Data to Inform Instruction Seven Hills Charter School January 17, 2006 Tracey Martineau – Massachusetts Reading.
Exclusion Brainstorming By Hong Duong. What Is Exclusion Brainstorming? “Teachers use this particular pre-reading activity to help guide and activate.
Making Inferences or Predictions. What is Inference? “The Art of Predicting” Thinking at a higher level. Being able to infer separates good readers from.
Mrs. Lee’s 3 rd Grade Class Reagan Elementary Rogers, AR January 23-24, 2012 Tami Lee, Classroom teacher Trudy Cansler, Literacy Facilitator Interactive.
Lesson Plan Cycle. Six Elements in Planning the Delivery of an Effective Lesson 1.Generates students’ language through active student participation 2.Comprehensible.
Kelsea Rathbun Literacy Strategies Chat CI 317. “When students are provided with tools to learn, they process information at increasingly complex levels.
Back to School Mrs. Reinhardt’s Class. I like to teach with a bit of humor, I want to teach the way I’d like my own children to be taught!
Guided Math: Environment of Numeracy and Math Warm-Ups August 10, 2012 “Do things better than they have ever been done before.”
WHAT’S THE WORD: INTEGRATING VOCABULARY INSTRUCTION THROUGH SCIENCE HICKORY PUBLIC SCHOOLS CURRICULUM CONFERENCE JANUARY 27, 2015 PRESENTED BY JENNY WADSWORTH.
What Influences My Choices? Lesson 2.2 & 2.3. Learning Targets (p.89) Today in class, I will… ◦ Identify text features in informational texts as strategies.
High School Math February 15, 2013 Ellie Gearhart.
Factors Everyday Math Lesson 1.3. Lesson Objectives I can find all factors of a number. I can know and apply multiplication facts. I can write number.
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