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This is the presentation I did for the staff at my own elementary school (90 minutes). After this presentation, teachers felt they had the tools, strategies and conceptual understanding to move on with teaching "the Common Core way" not to mention motivation and empowerment. This presentation not only covers the anchor standards and strands of the Common Core for ELA, but emphasizes the 3 shifts in the Common Core that are vital for student success in school and life. Here is the hand-out that goes with it: http://goo.gl/gzUny

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    1. Fifty Shades of The Common Core Lake Myra Elementary September 28, 2012 by Jennifer Jones K-12 Reading Specialist Lake Myra Elementary School Wake County Public School System

    2. The Common Core literacy Model An Operational Representation 6 3 ELA Practices Ela Standard Strands Reading Literature Building knowledge Through content Rich non-fiction and Informational text. Reading, writing and Speaking grounded in evidence from the text Regular practice with complex text and its academic vocabulary Reading Informational Text Speaking & Listening Language Writing Foundational Skills

    3. Anchor Standards for Reading Literary Fiction & Informational Non-Fiction 1 1 Text-based understanding & comprehension 2 2 Central message/theme/BIG ideas 3 3 Characters/individuals across the text 4 4 Author’s Word Choice (syntax, figurative language use) 5 5 Close Analysis of Text (structure, features) 6 6 Point of View/Purpose 7 7 Content integration – Read & Research 8 8 Evaluate the Claims & Arguments of the Author (NF only) 9 9 Text to Text Comparison 10 10 Text Complexity Key Ideas & Details Craft & Structure Integration of Ideas

    4. Key Ideas for the REST Writing– 3 Text Types: Personal Narrative, Informative & Argument Speaking & Listening – Flexible Communication & Collaboration, Text-Based Discussion Groups Language – Grammar & Vocabulary: Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs, Abstract Nouns, Verb Tenses, Simple, Compound & Complex Sentences, Proper Nouns, Quotation Marks, Spelling Patterns, Context Clues, & Shades of Meaning Foundational Skills – Fluency, Phonics & Phonological Awareness Concepts of Print, The Alphabet, Punctuation Marks, Prefixes & Suffixes, Multi-Syllabic Words, Roots & Affixes, Rhyme, Blending, Segmenting, Sound Spelling Patterns, Irregular Words, Sight Words

    5. The 3 Common Core Practices Text Split Building knowledge through content-rich non-fiction and informational texts. Text Based Reading and Responding Reading, writing, and speaking (orally or written responses) grounded in evidence from the text including text based questions, text based answers around text based conversations with the TEXT as the common denominator. Text Complexity Regular practice with complex text and its academic vocabulary.

    6. What the Standards Do Value in Reading comprehension…

    7. “close, attentive reading”…”critical reading”… “reasoning and use of evidence”… “comprehend, evaluate, synthesize”… “understand precisely…question…assess the veracity” …. “cite specific evidence” … “evaluate others’ point of view”… “reading independently and closely”…

    8. What the StandardsDoN’t Value in Reading comprehension…

    9. These phrases are NOT in the Common Core… make text-to-self connections, access prior knowledge, explore personal response, relate to your own life…

    10. “In short, the Common Core standards deemphasize reading as a personal act and emphasizes textual analysis.” – Pathways to the Common Core

    11. So What Does this all mean for LMES?

    12. Clearly Understanding Lower vs. Higher Level Thinking the answer is already known

    13. ..and communicating this language WITH students…

    14. ….

    15. Critical Thinking Rubric

    16. First We must be Critical Thinkers… Form an opinion and justify it! Agree or disagree. Image: http://www.1vigor.com/brain-power/Clear-Thinking/index.html

    17. Justifying Our Opinions Build Community

    18. Daily Analogies Analogy Poster “Mrs. Jones, this is hard!” “Mrs. Jones, this is hard!” “I don’t know.” “I don’t know.”

    19. Schoolwide Vocabulary instruction Tier 2 & Tier 3 Words

    20. Urgency with Word Learning

    21. Creating a Sense of Urgency & the Relationship between Words & Learning

    22. Making Inferences with… Picture of the Day

    23. You Tube *** * IS** Informational Text

    24. …before We can be Critical Readers. First We must be Critical Thinkers… You don’t have to believe You don’t have to believe everything you read in a book, you everything you read in a book, you have the right to question it and have the right to question it and judge for the reasons for yourself. judge for the reasons for yourself. Image: 10englishcm.wikispaces.com

    25. Literary Text Or Informational Text So What?

    26. Critical Reading… …is a way of looking at a book and analyzing what the author is saying and the methods the author [and illustrator] are using to communicate a message or idea. Your analysis is complete when you have formed your own interpretations of the author’s intentions.

    27. Text Based Starters… Text Based Entenders… Image Sources: www.julieballew.com

    28. Text Based Questions Guided Reading, Shared Reading, Literature Circles Look at the illustration on page 8, and explain what the author’s purpose was for writing “Sometimes [Grace] could get Ma and Nana to join in, when they weren’t too busy?” Why does Grace “keep her hand up” twice, even though her friends continue to tell her she can’t be Peter Pan? When Grace told her mother what happened at school, what was Ma so angry about? What did Nana want Grace to learn by taking her to the ballet that day? Image Sources: Amazing Grace by Mary Hoffman

    29. Gettysburg Address

    30. Text Based Answers…w/ TBE Requires US to read it first…Allyia said… “I infer thatStrength of Blue Horse is blindbecause…. •He was born “sick & frail”. •“You were born with a dark curtain over your eyes.” •“Will I always have to live in the dark?” •“I can feel the morning.” •“I could not see the rainbow but I can feel its happiness.” •“Rainbow is my eyes.” Image Source: Knots on a Counting Rope by Bill Martin

    31. Character Analysis With Text Based Evidence Images: www.julieballew.com

    32. Text-Based Responses

    33. Tackle Text Complexity with Read-Alouds Image: Gooney Bird Greene by Lois Lowry

    34. Text Based Reading Response

    35. Teaching Multiple strategies through One piece of Text

    36. Non-fiction Reading Shift Our Thinking from… “What do want kids to KNOW?” to “What do I want kids to get out of it?” www.metro.co.uk www.julieballew.com BIG cwf-fcf.org Pre-read

    37. Evaluating Non-Fiction Text with Two-Column Notes…all strategies at once

    38. Opinionated Students Blogging blogs.wcpss.net/ourclassreads

    39. Planning & Assessing Critical Thinking

    40. www.julieballew.com

    41. Group Learning Cooperative Independent Book Clubs & Literature Circle

    42. Higher Level Thinking Independent Projects

    43. Schoolwide Research Model for LMES – remixed by Leigh Pittman from the AGOPE & WISE research models