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Essential question

What does it look like and sound like

when students use evidence to support their thinking?

Essential Question


  • TRADITIONAL DEFINITION

  • The writing in a book or magazine, rather than the pictures, or any written material.

  • The words, phrases, or sentences on a printed page.

Conveys meaning & allows interpretation

to weave

linguistic

structures or symbols

arranged with intention


We don’t ‘read’ to find one idea, we ‘read’ to find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.

Unlocking Complex Texts

by Laura Robb, 2013


CCSS find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.

R.1 Reading

Standard

SL.1 Speaking & Listening Standard

  • Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.

  • Prepare for and participate effectively in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively.


Speaking listening standard
Speaking & Listening Standard find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.

GOAL: To identify differences between grade level expectations in SL Anchor Standard 1


Mathematical practices
Mathematical Practices find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.

  • Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.

  • Reason abstractly and quantitatively.

  • Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others.

  • Model with mathematics.

  • Use appropriate tools strategically.

  • Attend to precision.

  • Look for and make use of structure.

  • Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.


Key features of s l anchor standards
Key Features of S & L Anchor Standards find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.

THEN

NOW

  • Students expected to…

  • Create oral, visual, and multimedia presentations using…

  • eye contact

  • speaking rate, volume and

  • enunciation

  • gestures

  • Students expected to…

  • come prepared for discussion

  • Collaborate with diverse partners

  • Build on each others’ ideas

  • Express ideas clearly & persuasively


Quality conversations look fors
Quality Conversations Look find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.Fors

  • Discussing content as well as tasks

  • Using academic language and vocabulary

  • Asking questions of one another

  • Building on ideas

  • Providing evidence to support their thinking


Quality conversations within ccss
Quality find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.conversations Within CCSS

  • Critical for accessing complex texts

  • Supports learning & improves understandings (GRR)

  • Provides opportunities to apply skills and strategies

  • Allows for authentic practice of academic language


Quality Conversations find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.

are at the

of Reading


Close reading listening primary
Close Reading/Listening ~Primary~ find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.

  • “Engage students with the thinking necessary for Close Reading.”


Possibilities
Possibilities find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.

Poetry

Picture Books

Non-fiction Texts


Close reading primary
CLOSE READING find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.~Primary~

  • 1st Reading ~ Big Idea

  • (Main Idea & Details)

  • 2nd Reading ~ Analyze Text

  • (Craft & Structure)

  • 3rd Reading ~ Make Connections

  • (Integration of Ideas & Knowledge)


Purpose/Lens: find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.

Describing Characters

Anchor Standard 3:

Analyze how and why individuals, events, and ideas develop and interact over the course of a text.


First reading
First Reading find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.

  • Discuss the Big Idea


Second reading
Second Reading find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.

  • Analyze the Text


Third reading
Third Reading find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.

  • Make Connections


Types of text dependent questions

Integration find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.of Knowledge and Ideas

Craft and Structure

Key Ideas and Details

Types of Text Dependent Questions

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O

K


Close reading resources
Close Reading find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.Resources


Close reading intermediate

How do we know it is find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.‘worthy of a close reading?”

What could we teach with this text?

Close Reading—Intermediate


Analyzing text for planning

Analyze find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.text for possible teaching points

Identify text dependent questions

Discuss

Analyzing Text forPlanning

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One example

First Reading: find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.What is the main idea of this text?

Second Reading: How does the first paragraph in “Buried Alive!” differ from the introduction in “A Brief History of Pompeii?

Third Reading: Find evidence in “Buried Alive!” about how the author feels about this topic. Why did the author title the article “Buried Alive!”?

One Example


Close reading planning template

Begin find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.with the students in mind

“What instruction do my students need?”

Match a text with the objective

Plan text-dependent questions to support the objective

Close Reading Planning Template


Close reading considerations for els

Literacy Squared find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.

Close reading instruction in Spanish K-5

Build connections in English through Lit-based ESL

ESOL

Consider language proficiency level

Scaffold by giving exposure to text prior to the whole group instruction (Especially levels 1-3)

Use a second language lens

when selecting text

Close Reading Considerations for ELs


Depth of knowledge dok
Depth of Knowledge (DOK) find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.

Level 1:Recall and Reproduction

Level 2:Basic Application of Skills & Concepts

Level 3:Focus on Strategic Thinking

Level 4:Extended Thinking


Dok math analysis protocol
DOK MATH Analysis find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.Protocol

  • With table groups…

  • Sort examples of math assignments by levels

  • Brainstorm ways to raise the rigor of an assignment

  • (take it from Good to Better to Best)


Extending dok analysis math assessments
Extending DOK Analysis: find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.math Assessments

  • Analyze the Math Assessment Tasks.

    • Identify the levels of DOK within the assessments.

    • Determine how quality conversations prepare students for these types of assessment tasks.


Debrief with 9 o clock teams
Debrief with find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.9O’Clock Teams

  • How can attending to DOK as we plan improve student learning?

  • How will you apply this learning

  • in your classroom?


Review
Review find layers of meaning. This helps students to develop claims and defend them using evidence from the text.

  • We help students to develop the ability to interpret

  • text through…

    • * Close reading & annotating

    • * Text-dependent questions

    • * Quality conversations

    • * Expressing thinking in writing


Key factors to foster critical thinking through quality conservations
Key Factors to Foster Critical Thinking through quality conservations

  • A safe environment, creating a community of learners

  • Regular time to talk about text

  • Intentional planning of quality questions and prompts

  • Engaging & complex tasks (DOK)


Observation
observation conservations

  • Observe student behaviors that demonstrate…

  • Using evidence from text

  • Talking about text


Observing student discourse
Observing Student Discourse conservations

  • You may have observed…

  • Text

  • Citing text (pointing)

  • Analyzing text (talking)


Science wasn’t very interesting until we started talking about it.

I never realized how much was involved in a good conversation.

It was weird. When we finished talking, we had a totally new idea.

Conversations not only made us sound smarter, I think they actually made us smarter.


Application next steps
ApplicatioN about it.: Next Steps


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