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Picture Perfect Science July 22-23 , 2013. Before we begin, please: place a sticky dot on each poster to represent your familiarity with: - the 5Es - Reading Strategies. What was your favorite book as a child?.

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Picture perfect science july 22 23 2013

Picture Perfect Science

July 22-23, 2013


Before we begin, please:

  • place a sticky dot on each poster to represent your familiarity with:

    - the 5Es

    - Reading Strategies



We believe in books. Somehow we want to make childhood better, and we believe that a book given at the right moment can work magic in a child's life.

-Ann Schlee


Agenda
Agenda better, and we believe that a book given at the right moment can work magic in a child's

Why Use Children’s Literature?

Components of PPS

Participate in a Model Lesson

PPS Class Pack Exploration

Reflection & Next Steps


First things first
First Things First better, and we believe that a book given at the right moment can work magic in a child's

Common Core

Next Generation Science


Why use children s literature
Why Use Children’s Literature? better, and we believe that a book given at the right moment can work magic in a child's

  • Lack of Time - Integration is Key

  • Context for Concepts

    Earth & Space Sciences:

    Describe how day and night are caused by Earth’s rotation.


Why use children s literature1
Why Use Children’s Literature? better, and we believe that a book given at the right moment can work magic in a child's

  • Improved Reading and Science Skills

  • Engaging to Students of All Ages


Why use children s literature2
Why Use Children’s Literature? better, and we believe that a book given at the right moment can work magic in a child's

  • More Depth of Coverage

    “More Books to Read”

    section available at the end of each lesson.


Cautions
Cautions better, and we believe that a book given at the right moment can work magic in a child's

  • Story line may distract –stay focused on the science content

  • Be aware of “watered-down” science content

  • Be aware of misconceptions


Suggestions
Suggestions better, and we believe that a book given at the right moment can work magic in a child's

  • Choose science objectives first

  • Collaborate with a knowledgeable colleague

  • Choose a variety of books, including fiction/nonfiction pairs


Colorful cartoons and easy-to-follow text introduce the history of measurement, from the ancient Egyptian system to the metric system.

The King has a problem. He wants to give the Queen a bed for her birthday, but no one knows the answer to the question “How big is a bed?”


This book explains what magnets do, magnetic and nonmagnetic materials, and uses of magnets.

Skitty is a dog with “magnetic” qualities. She doesn’t attract metal, like keys and spoons. She attracts food.


Why read aloud in science
Why Read Aloud in Science? materials, and uses of magnets.

  • Opportunity to model the strategies of proficient readers

  • Students’ minds are free to explore the meaning of difficult science concepts when the teacher does the decoding

  • Fine-tunes students’ observational/listening skills


Why read aloud in science1
Why Read Aloud in Science? materials, and uses of magnets.

  • Being read to is the most influential activity for building the knowledge required for eventual success in reading (Anderson, Heibert, Scott, and Wilkinson 1985).


3 main components of pps
3 Main Components of PPS materials, and uses of magnets.

  • Reading Strategies

  • The 5E Model

  • Inquiry


3 main components
3 Main Components materials, and uses of magnets.

  • Reading Strategies


Six key reading strategies harvey and goudvis
Six Key Reading Strategies materials, and uses of magnets.(Harvey and Goudvis)

  • Making Connections

  • Questioning

  • Visualizing

  • Inferring

  • Determining Importance

  • Synthesizing


3 main components of pps1
3 Main Components of PPS materials, and uses of magnets.

  • Reading Strategies

  • The 5E Model


3 main components of pps2
3 Main Components of PPS materials, and uses of magnets.

  • Reading Strategies

  • The 5E Model

  • Inquiry


What is inquiry
What is Inquiry? materials, and uses of magnets.


Inquiry out practices in
INQUIRY OUT…Practices In materials, and uses of magnets.


What Does PPS Look Like? materials, and uses of magnets.


Exploration materials, and uses of magnets.


Reflect materials, and uses of magnets.

Next Steps


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