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Elementary Teacher Leader Meeting. Presented by: Chasity Lewis October 25, 2012 Nash Central Middle School. Elementary Teacher Leader Agenda. Benchmarks Clarification on Writing Prompts Progress Monitoring with Reading 3D Dates for 4 th /5 th grade Reading 3D

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elementary teacher leader meeting

Elementary Teacher Leader Meeting

Presented by: Chasity Lewis

October 25, 2012

Nash Central Middle School

elementary teacher leader agenda
Elementary Teacher Leader Agenda
  • Benchmarks
  • Clarification on Writing Prompts
  • Progress Monitoring with Reading 3D
  • Dates for 4th/5th grade Reading 3D
  • Curriculum Maps and Feedback
  • Elementary Instructional Wikis
  • Using Literature in Social Studies
  • Exit Ticket
benchmark testing
Benchmark Testing
  • Grades to be tested
    • 3rd thru 12th grades
  • Testing Dates
    • October 29th thru November 9th
  • Testing Requirement
    • Completed on the computer
    • 90 minutes of testing time
    • Students should not submit until verified by testing administrator
    • Constructed Responses must be graded before the testing window closes
writing prompts
Writing Prompts
  • Dates for Completion
    • K – November 19th
    • 1st – October 5th
    • 2nd – October
    • 3rd thru 5th - December 7th
  • Writing Topics
    • Content Specific in Science
    • Scoring Future Topics in Art/Music/PE
curriculum maps and resources
Curriculum Maps and Resources
  • Curriculum Maps
    • Review
    • Feedback Process
  • Instructional Wikis and Resources
    • ELA Materials
    • Common Core LiveBinders
    • Smarter Balance Assessment Practice Items
    • Assessment Specifications
    • CCRESA Resources
our very own wiki
Our Very Own Wiki

Nash Rocky Mount Schools Wikispace

  • www.nrms.wikispaces.net
  • Resources for all subject areas will now be housed here instead of on the server in folders
  • The site is accessible now
  • Materials currently on the server will be transferred to the wiki by Nov. 16
nc education
NC Education

New modules and examples of formative assessment

plans Connecting with the 21st Century Learner

  • Digital Literacies
  • Intro to Data Literacy
  • Literacy in History, Science, and other Technical Subjects
the benefits of using literature in social studies
The Benefits of Using Literature in Social Studies
  • Helps students understand the human experience across time and place.
  • Extends the social studies curriculum beyond any textbook constraints.
  • Assists students in understanding figurative language, style, irony, point of view, and theme.
the benefits of using literature in social studies1
The Benefits of Using Literature in Social Studies
  • Helps children understand their cultural, ethnic and religious heritage in both fiction and nonfiction.
  • Provides students with new information and knowledge unobtainable in any other format.
  • Help students make a personal connection and build background.
  • Stimulates creative thinking

and problem‐solving abilities

in a variety of contexts.

Fredericks, Anthony D.

the benefits of using literature in social studies2
The Benefits of Using Literature in Social Studies
  • Reading increases vocabulary, including content‐specific terms
  • Literature is often more up‐to‐date

than textbooks

  • Trade books may be more appealing

than textbooks

  • Literature goes beyond the facts
  • Literature allows readers to experience other times, other places, other people, and other cultures with empathy
  • Literature can be a powerful catalyst for thoughtful analysis and critical thinking

Alverman and Phelps (1998)

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Literature can become the lens through which content is viewed. This lens holds the young reader’s attention while connecting content with the variety of human experiences.’

(Smith & Johnson, 199

literary texts
Literary Texts
  • Fiction can help bring historical figures alive 2.H.1.2, 3.H.1.2
  • Fiction allows students to explore the reality of life, culture and society in a given historical period. 2.C.1, 3.C.1.3
  • Fiction helps to nurture student creativity and imagination, leading to higher level thinking skills.
how to use literature in social studies
How to Use Literature in Social Studies
  • Reflect strands for Social Studies
  • Understand how to identify Social Studies concepts
  • Develop student‐centered activities to teach social studies
5 strands of social studies
5 Strands of Social Studies
  • History
  • Civics and Government
  • Geography and Environmental Literacy
  • Economics and Financial Literacy
  • Culture
example economics strand uncle jed s barbershop by margaree king mitchell
Example: Economics StrandUncle Jed’s Barbershop by Margaree King Mitchell
  • Students present a budget that

Uncle Jed could use (5.E.2.1)

  • Students identify exchanges

other than money (2.E.1.4)

  • Students develop a business plan to expand productivity (4.E.1.1)
example economics strand uncle jed s barbershop by margaree king mitchell1
Example: Economics StrandUncle Jed’s Barbershop by Margaree King Mitchell
  • Students rewrite the end of the story so they can reflect on their own goals and dreams of owning a business. (entrepreneurship) (3.E.2.1)
  • Students explain how they

meet their needs and wants.

(K.E.1.1, 2.E.1.1., 4.E.2.2)

clarifying objectives from essential standards
Clarifying Objectives from Essential Standards
  • 5.E.2.1
  • Explain the importance of developing a basic budgetf or spending and saving.
  • 2.E.1.4
  • Explain why people and countries around the world trade for goods and services.
  • 4.E.1.1
  • Understand the basic concepts of a market economy: price, supply, demand, scarcity, productivity and entrepreneurship.
clarifying objectives from essential standards1
Clarifying Objectives from Essential Standards
  • 3.E.2.1

Explain why people become entrepreneurs.

  • K.E.1.1

Explain how families have needs and wants.

  • 2.E.1.1

Give examples of ways in which businesses in the community meet the needs and wants of consumers.

  • 4.E.2.2

Explain how scarcity of personal financial resources affect the choices people make based on their wants and needs.

activity directions
ACTIVITY DIRECTIONS
  • Read the selected book(s) and

identify a corresponding Social

Studies Strand (s).

  • Draw a large “hand print” on chart paper or sheet of paper and write the identified Social Studies Strand(s) on the palm of your hand.
  • On each fingertip list a way you could use the book to further student knowledge in Social Studies Strand(s) .
  • One person from team share with group.
braswell library
Braswell Library
  • Teacher card
  • Pathfinder
  • Resource kits
exit ticket
Exit Ticket

3 things I still have questions about

2 things I need help with

1 thing I liked about the session