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Patty Sweet. psweet@alcaweb.org Cell: 580.744.0611 Text, Call, or Email. Topic: Literacy. Strategies Domain. “ Literacy for ALL ”. A TEAM Approach to the Integration of Reading, Writing, Reasoning, Speaking and Listening into All Content Areas. Topic: Literacy. Strategies Domain. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Literacy for ALL

Patty Sweetpsweet@alcaweb.orgCell: 580.744.0611Text, Call, or Email

Topic: LiteracyStrategies Domain

Literacy for ALLA TEAM Approach to the Integration of Reading, Writing, Reasoning, Speaking and Listening into All Content Areas

Topic: LiteracyStrategies DomainDeepen the TEAMs understanding of the initiative Literacy for ALL: Every Day, Every Classroom, No Exceptions

Day 1 Begin with a Team

Day 2 Focus on Literacy Strategies

Day 3- Monitor and EvaluateEstablish Timeline

Topic: LiteracyStrategies DomainExplore 4 Levels of ImplementationLevel 1 Develop a common vocabulary, purpose, and goals to facilitate understanding What does that mean? Team ApproachLevel 2 Develop a deeper understanding What does it look like? Focus on FidelityLevel 3 Deliberate practice How do I do it? Training for ALLLevel 4 How do WE implement the initiative into OUR system and evaluate its effectiveness? Monitor and AssessObjectives for Todays SessionIntegration of Literacy (Writing) Strategies into Every Classroom, Every DayIdentify Specific Writing Strategies Focus Topic: Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC)Integrate Fidelity Across the District with accountability for ALL (teachers and students)

Topic: LiteracyStrategies DomainProductivity Cycle 25/5Organize work in Dashes and Sprints5 or 10 minutes Dashes25 minute SprintsUse timers to track working time and break timeAlways provide at least a 5-minute break to energize the body and brain.Brain-based Strategy: Learning occurs in small chunksDiscussion

Discussion Process offers the Opportunity to Reflect and Share

Elbow Partner (Paired-Reflection)Table Talk (Consensus)Group-Team (Shared Belief-Requires a Reporter)

Partner-Outside-Your-Team (Quick-Break)The best worksheet is a blank piece of paper.

Get a Blank Sheet of Paper

Topic: LiteracyStrategies DomainElbow Partner ActivityMembers - Work with your partner - Define FidelityResearch the definition of FIDELITY (Google it). Reach consensus What does fidelity mean to you?Share your friendly interpretation of fidelity with your table.Leaders - Be prepared to share with the group.

Fidelity of Implementation

Topic: Common Core Initiative Standards Domain10Latta 5 Core ValuesIntegrityHonorDependabilityCommitmentAccountability

Topic: LiteracyStrategies Domain21st Century SkillsPreparing Students for THEIR Future

Topic: Common Core Initiative Standards Domain7 Survival Skills for the 21st CenturyCritical thinking and problem-solving. The ability to ask good questions.Collaborative problem-solving with a deep appreciation of the differences between peers.InnovationAbility to speak and write with voice and reasonAbility to question, learn, clarify thinking using researchCuriosity, creativity, imaginationSense of initiative

Topic: Common Core Initiative Standards DomainIts not what you know. Its what you can do with what you know.Tony WagnerVision 2020 KeynoteJuly 2013Begin with TEAMS

Topic: LiteracyStrategies Domain District Team Progressions Loop11th- 12th 9th 10th 7th- 8th 5th- 6th3rd- 4th1st- 2ndPK K Elementary Progression LoopJunior High Progression LoopHigh School Progression Loop

2013 *Vocabulary*Common Core Transition*Core Values, Beliefs and Expectations2012 *Reading Visuals and Active Reading*Teach Like a Champion2011 *Reading Visuals2010 *Jigsaw*Problem Solving2009 *Quickwrites*Foldables*Graphic Organizers2008 *Revisit Graphing*Higher Level Thinking*Change of Levels2007 *Assessment*Graphing2006 *Previewing*Summarizing*Speaking2005 *Getting to Proficient*Analyzing Student Work2004 *Rigorous Reading*Designing Complex Questions2003 *Vocabulary in Context

Professional Development Timeline17District-wide Plan andTimeline2011 Common Mission, Vision, and Goals

2010 Common Core Awareness2012 Common Vocabulary

2013 Literacy for ALL ***

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2020 Embedded*Core Values, Beliefs and Expectations

*Career, College, Citizen Ready Expectations

19Explore the Definition(s) of WRITEhttp://www.visualthesaurus.com/

Topic: LiteracyStrategies Domain20Writing

Social Studies

Science

Fine Arts

Physical Education/Sports

Integrate a Common Vocabulary in all Classrooms

Graphic Organizer

Consider different perspectivesWhat do you see?

Quick Write - Instructions: Look at the image.Take a moment to reflect.Consider different perspectives. What do YOU see?Write your reflections on the 3x5 index card.

30What is Learning Strategies InstructionStrategy instructionis a powerful student-centered approach to teaching that is backed by years of quality research. In fact, strategic approaches to learning new concepts and skills are often what separate good learners from poor ones.

Topic: Common Core Initiative Standards DomainBy integrating writing into content areas we can help students develop an attitude that effective writing skills are an important part of many of their daily activities and will be, increasingly so, in future endeavors. -Brandt and Graff (2005)

Topic: LiteracyStrategies DomainActivity Create individual notebookStrategies NotebookStrategies Playbook

Work with Elbow PartnerSelect a notebookInsert the provided worksheets in this order:

Cover SheetDistrict-wide Learning Progressions LoopDistrict Plan and TimelineWrite to Learn DefinitionsThe Writing Components GraphicAdd several blank notebook pages behind these worksheets

Its not what you know. Its what you can do with what you know.Tony WagnerVision 2020 KeynoteJuly 2013Literacy ResourcesGo to:www.alcaweb.org

Topic: LiteracyStrategies DomainGo to www.alcaweb.org https://www.alcaweb.org/arch.php/room/3958Change 3958 to 10353Click enter to access the Literacy for ALL resources

Graphic Organizer ActivityResource Guide: Organize Thinking and Learning with Graphic Organizers/VisualsWorking with your elbow partner, scroll through the Graphic Organizer resource.Select several graphic organizers you feel would be beneficial to implement across the district.Select several graphic organizers you would like to integrate into your classroom instruction.Take notes in your personal playbook to share with your team.

Visual Thinking and LearningWhat is visual thinking and visual learning?Visual thinking is a learning style where the learner better understands and retains information when ideas, words and concepts are associated with images. Research tells us that the majority of students in a regular classroom need to see information in order to learn it. https://www.alcaweb.org/arch.php/room/10353http://www.inspiration.com/visual-learningShare IdeasSummary Writing ActivityResource Guide: Summary Writing Working with your elbow partner, scroll through the Graphic Organizer resource.Select several graphic organizers you feel would be beneficial to implement across the district.Select several graphic organizers you would like to integrate into your classroom instruction.Take notes in your personal playbook to share with your team.https://www.alcaweb.org/arch.php/room/10353

Share IdeasWriting Across the CurriculumOnline Resources

Visual Thesaurus www.visualthesaurus.com Michigan Department of Education http://www.bcps.org/offices/lis/writing/index.html Baltimore City http://www.bcps.org/offices/lis/writing/index.html

https://www.alcaweb.org/arch.php/room/10353

Topic: LiteracyStrategies DomainWriting Across the CurriculumWriting Across the CurriculumDemonstration of the Baltimore City Public Schools Reflective ProcessBlank Sheet of Paper

List 3 things you learned, relearned, or unlearned today. (Make connections. Oh, I see!) List 2 things you are ready to try. (Challenge yourself. I want to try!)List something you want to learn more about. (Expand your personal and professional growth. I want to learn more.)

Topic: Threading StandardsStandards DomainLITERACY CHART: READING

for content ( both literal and inferential )

to apply pre-reading, during reading and post-reading strategies to all reading assignments, including determining purpose and pre-learning vocabulary

to research a topic

to gather information

to comprehend an argument

to determine the main idea of a passage

to understand a concept and construct meaning

to expand ones experiences

c Brockton High School, 2002

READING

SOCIAL

SCIENCE

MATH

ENGLISH

ELECTIVE

SCIENCE

04/29/02

LITERACY CHART: WRITING

to take notes

to explain ones thinking to argue a thesis and support ones thinking

to compare and contrast

to write an open response

to describe an experiment, report ones findings, and report ones conclusion

to generate a response to what one has read, viewed, or heard

to convey ones thinking in complete sentences

to develop an expository essay with a formal structure

c Brockton High School, 2002

SCIENCE

MATH

SOCIAL

SCIENCE

ELECTIVE

ENGLISH

WRITING

LITERACY CHART: SPEAKING

to convey ones thinking in complete sentences to interpret a passage orally to debate an issue to participate in class discussion or a public forum to make an oral presentation to ones class, ones peers, ones community to present ones portfolio to respond to what one has read, viewed, or heard to communicate in a manner that allows one to be both heard and understoodc Brockton High School, 2002