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2007 Middle School. High Five!. What is the Middle School High Five?. Infuses reading strategies into all curriculum areas Unifies and aligns instruction across the district Improves student comprehension Prepares students for the Standards Based Assessments (SBAs)

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What is the Middle School High Five?

  • Infuses reading strategies into all curriculum areas
  • Unifies and aligns instruction across the district
  • Improves student comprehension
  • Prepares students for the Standards Based Assessments (SBAs)
  • Focuses on before, during, and afterreading activities
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How is it implemented?

  • Five reading strategies
  • Initial teaching begins in the LA classrooms
  • Random practice in all team classrooms
  • School-wide focus creates a surprise factor
  • Good tools to deliver existing curriculum
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What are the key strategies?

Read Around the Text

K.I.M. Vocabulary

Two-Column Notes

Reciprocal Teaching

Sum It Up!

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#1: Read Around the Text

Source:Louanne Clayton Jacobs and Dee Dee Benefield Jones (Alabama)

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FRONT-LOADING

Reading

…the single best thing you can do to improve student comprehension!

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Traditional Teaching

Reading

Source: Linda Cornwell, Scholastic Literacy Specialist

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Research-Based Teaching

Reading

Source: Linda Cornwell, Scholastic Literacy Specialist

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Read Around the Text

or R.A.T. It Out!

Source: Romig Middle School, Anchorage, Alaska

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#2: K.I.M. Vocabulary

to win victory

over

defeat

President Bush defeated Senator Kerry in the 2004 election by

winning the electoral college.

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Instead use these cues…

  • Mine Your Memory
  • Study the Structure
  • Consider the Context
  • Substitute a Synonym
  • Ask an Expert
  • Place a Post-It

Source:Getting Into Words by Shira Lubliner

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Choose your vocabulary words wisely.

The boys banked the canoe to the lee side of the rock.

Source: Kylene Beers, Elements of Literature 2005

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Avid readers benefit by studying rare words because they already have a strong vocabulary.

lee

Source: Kylene Beers, Elements of Literature 2005

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Struggling readers benefit from studying high-utility words.

banked?canoe?

Source: Kylene Beers, Elements of Literature 2005

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#3: Two Column Notes

Strategy #1

Strategy #2

Strategy #3

Strategy #4

Strategy #5

  • Read Around the Text
  • K.I.M. Vocabulary
  • Two Column Notes
  • Reciprocal Teaching
  • Sum It Up

Source: Project CRISS

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Two Column Notes

Main ideas

Opinion

Hypothesis

Problem

  • Detail notes
  • Proof
  • Proof
  • Solution

Use notes for self-testing!

Source: Project CRISS

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#4: Reciprocal Teaching

Source: A.S. Palinscar & A. L, Brown, 1985

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Reciprocal Teaching

• group workprovides a safety net

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#5: Sum It Up!

VIPs + ABC =

Summary Paragraph

Source:Step Up to Writing by Maureen Auman

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3 Steps…

Delete information

Make substitutions

Keep some of the original

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Sum It Up!

A = This presentation

B = outlined

C = five strategies for improving comprehension.

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What kind of support is there?

  • Layered booklets, posters, and bookmarks
  • Sets of reciprocal teaching cards
  • On-line lesson plans for each strategy on the Middle Link
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For more information contact:

Amy Goodman

Literacy Support Teacher

267- 0221