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Links to Literacy. Presented By Region 2 FDLRS Technology Specialists: Bruce Glendenning Claudia Cuartero Karen Hancock Marian Page Frank Crosby Gene Milton

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links to literacy

Links to Literacy

Presented By

Region 2 FDLRS Technology Specialists:

Bruce Glendenning Claudia Cuartero

Karen Hancock Marian Page

Frank Crosby Gene Milton

Shelley Ardis Kay Ezzell

Bob Stern Bill Bowie

Adapted from Polk County LATS

ATEN Winter Tech 2004

what is a literacy station
What is a Literacy Station

It is an area within the classroom where students can work alone or interact with one another using instructional materials to teach, reinforce and/or enrich a skill or concept.

Literacy Work Stations by Debbie Diller

why are they important
Why are They Important

Eric Jensen writes “A change in location is the easiest way to get the brain’s attention.”

differences between literacy and traditional centers
Literacy

Materials are taught first then placed in station

Stations stay up all year. The material is changed to reflect topics, levels, or strategies taught

Traditional

Materials may have only been introduced once

Centers change on a weekly basis

Differences BetweenLiteracy and Traditional Centers
differences between literacy and traditional centers6
Literacy

Student use stations in a meaningful independent manner daily

Materials are differentiated to meet different needs and levels

Traditional

Centers are often used by students when they finish their work.

All students do the same activity

Differences BetweenLiteracy and Traditional Centers
teachers role
Teachers Role
  • Modeling –
    • Students must first see many demonstrations
  • Risk Free
    • Practice with a peer when learning something new
  • Independent Work Level
    • Differentiate assignments to meet students individual levels and avoid behavior problems
  • Clear Explicit Expectations
    • Be sure that students really understand the activities and review the rules often
  • Accountability
    • Tracking student use and progress
getting started
Getting Started

Content

  • Model ALL Literacy Centers
    • Introduce Skill
    • Teacher models
    • Class discusses model
    • Students model
    • Class discusses model

PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE

checklist
Checklist
  • Be creative
  • Tie the center to instructional objectives
  • Keep it simple and inexpensive
  • Choose motivating tasks
  • Accommodate so that ALL students can participate
  • Review “What I did in the literacy center”
florida s reading formula11
Florida’s Reading Formula
  • 5+3+ii+iii = No Child Left Behind
  • 5 = The Fab Five (5 Components of Reading)
  • 3 = Assessment (Screening, Diagnostic, Progress Monitoring)
  • ii = Initial Instruction
  • iii = Intermediate, Intensive, Intervention
the fab five

The Fab Five

Phonemic Awareness

Phonics

Fluency

Vocabulary

Comprehension

phonemic awareness
Phonemic Awareness
  • The ability to hear, identify, and manipulate sounds of spoken words
    • Recognizes individual sounds
    • Recognizes same sounds
    • Recognizes word odd sound
    • Combines sequence of sounds
    • Breaks a word into separate sounds
phonemic resources
Lite Tech

Tape Recorder

DLM

Jack Hartman

Language Master

Whisper Phones

Cheap Talk /Partner 4

Phonemic Resources
  • Software
    • Phonics Companion
    • Earobics 1 and 2
    • Kidspiration
  • Internet Resources
  • www.songsforteaching.com
  • www.a1freesoundeffects.com/
  • Mid Tech
    • Leap Frog Desk, Mat, Pad
phonics
Phonics
  • Understands the relationship between letters of written language and sounds of spoken language
    • Identifies useful series of sounds
    • Teach them in a logical sequence
    • Apply sounds to reading and writing
phonics resources
Software

Startwrite

Phonics Companion

Reader Rabbit

Baileys Book House

Lets Go Read

Internet

Starfall.com

www.edu4kids.com/alpha

www.primarygames.com/

Lite Tech

Magnetic or stamp Letters

Word Walls

Mid Tech

Franklin Homework Wiz

Phonics Resources
fluency
Fluency
  • Read text accurately and quickly
    • Bridge between word recognition and comprehension
    • With Fluency a child needs to read reread decodable words and connect the text
    • Two approaches to improve Fluency
      • Direct/Indirect
fluency resources
Software

Kurzweil, Wynn,textHelp

Soliloquy

Living Books

Fluent Reader

Lite Tech

Timers

Taped recorded stories

Students read to a tape

High Tech

Scanners & Computers

Fluency Resources
  • Internet Resources
    • www.magickeys.com/books
    • Internet Public Library: Story Hour (ipl.si.umich.edu/youth/storyhour)
vocabulary
Vocabulary

Vocabulary is expressive (what you say) and receptive (what you understand)

  • Words used to verbally communicate effectively
  • Words that you use to write
  • Words that you recognize in print
vocabulary technologies
Software

Kidspiration/Inspiration

Boardmaker

Reader Rabbit

Writing with Symbols

Pix Writer

Picture It

StartWrite

IntelliTools program

ClozePro

Lite Tech

Franklin Dictionary

Reading Pen

All-Turn-It Spinner

Franklin Spelling Ace

Franklin Language Master

Vocabulary Technologies
vocabulary websites vocabulary resources
Vocabulary WebsitesVocabulary Resources
  • Activities
    • Vocabulary Exercises
    • Fake Out!
    • Matching Exercises
    • FunBrain Word Games
    • Vocabulary Drill
    • Between the Lions
    • BlackDog’s Word Games
  • Flash Cards
    • Flashcard Exchange
    • EFL/ESL Flashcards
    • Jan Brett’s Dolch Flashcards
    • Boggle’s World Flashcards
  • High Frequency Words
    • Vocabulary Lists
    • Jan Brett’s Word Lists
comprehension
Comprehension
  • Understand what is read

Background Knowledge

ActiveLearning

Metacognition

comprehension resources
Software

Kurzweil/Wynn/ Read&Write Gold/

eReader

ReadPlease

Don Johnston

Start-to-Finish Books

SOLO

Intellitools, BalanceLiteracy

Internet

www.storyplace.org

www.awesomelibrary.com

http://www.literacyaccessonline.com/

Site/siteindex.asp

www.kidsclick.org

Comprehension Resources
  • Comprehension Strategies
    • VENN Diagram

Compare/contrast

    • Power Thinking
    • Two-Column Notes
    • Question Answer Relationship

(QAR)

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News-2-you.com

Lite Tech

Color filters

Reading guides

Highlighter pens & tapes

Arrow

Mid Tech

Iris Pen II

Reading Pen

High Tech

Scanners & Computer

Comprehension Resources
writing centers
Writing Centers
  • Writing Centers can help students develop, practice and demonstrate their literacy skills
  • Recent research that 70% of the students grade classroom responses are a result of written communication
writing physical aspects access
Variety of writing utencils

Grips

Slant board

Writing guides

Raise-lined paper

Colored-lined paper

Switches

Trackball

Keyboards

IntelliKeys

Dana, Neo

Voice Recognition

Writing Papers

WritingPhysical Aspects & Access

Resource: LoTTIE Kit for Writing

writing support materials
Writing Support Materials
  • Structured Writing: Using Inspiration Software to Teach Paragraph Writing (Book avail. Through ISTE)
  • Computer-Based Study Strategies (CBSS)
  • Write It Down
  • iReading + iWriting + iThinking + T/n = L3
writing software
Graphic Organizers

Inspiration & Kidspiration

Draft Builder

Writing Companion

OmniOutline

OneNote

Symbols to Text

Clicker 4 & Wordbar

Writing with Symbols

Pix Writer & Picture It

Word Prediction

Co:Writer

PenFriend

Build into IntelliTools Classroom Suite

Lite Tech Tools

Electronic Spell Checker

Electronic Recorders

Videotape

Writing Software

Provide practice activities for using the tools for a meaningful purpose or within part of the writing process.

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Talking word Processors

Scholastic Keys

Write Outloud

IntelliTalk II (Classroom Suite)

Kurzweil

Wynn

textHelp

Many more

Multimedia

PowerPoint

mPower

Keynote

BuildAbility

My Own Bookshelf

Classroom Suite (IntelliTools)

Writing Software
writing for real reasons
Letter Writing

Writing Papers and Borders

“Publisher” kinds of programs

Bibliography Sites

Publishing Sites

Classroom Newsletters

Classroom Websites and Blogs

Sites for children, such as MidLink Magazine

Writing for Real Reasons
writing web sites
Writing Web Sites
  • Internet
  • www.readwritethink.org/materials/storymap/index.html
  • www.eduplace.com/graphicorganizer.com
  • http://www.region15.org/curriculum/graphicorg.html
  • www.graphicorganizer.com
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Accommodations
  • Single message output device with directions for the center
  • Book Fluffers
  • Touch Screen (Magic Touch)
  • Magnifier
  • Switch Interface for computer access
    • Discover
    • Switch Hopper
  • Powerlink for tape recorders
  • Page Ups
good web sites
Good Web Sites
  • http://www.abcteach.com
  • http://bookpals.net/storyline/
  • http://www.bookpop.com/
  • http://www.muralschool.com/clifford
  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/
good websites
Good Websites
  • www.getreadytoread.org
  • www.ld.org
  • www.oslis.k12.or.us
  • www.gigglepoetry.com
  • www.poetryteachers.com
  • www.poetry4kids.com
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Thank You

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Software

Talking word Processors

Scholastic Keys

Customize Office Toolbar

Co:writer

Write Outloud

IntelliTalk3

Kurzweil, Wynn, Read&Write

Voice Recognition

Dragon Naturally Speaking

Word 2000 & XP

Symbols to Text

Clicker 4

Writing With Symbols

Pix Writer

Picture IT

Multi Media

BuildAbility

PowerPoint

IntelliPics Studio

Writing Mechanics

Raise Line Paper

Pencil Grips

Highlighters, pencils, pens

Writing Guides

Slant Board

AlphaSmart, Neo, DANA,Writer

Intellikeys

Mini keyboards

Lite Tech

Electronic Spell Check

Digital Recorder

High Tech

Discover

Computers

Writing Centers