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Adolescent Literacy Cadre II. April 21, 2010 Marnie Leiferman & Jane Awtry AEA 13 Literacy Consultants. Agenda. Common Ground Wordle Mining the Research Kelly Gallagher Iowa Core Characteristics of Effective Instruction Essential Concepts and/or Skills Course Evaluation.

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adolescent literacy cadre ii

Adolescent Literacy Cadre II

April 21, 2010

Marnie Leiferman & Jane Awtry

AEA 13 Literacy Consultants

agenda
Agenda
  • Common Ground
    • Wordle
  • Mining the Research
    • Kelly Gallagher
  • Iowa Core
    • Characteristics of Effective Instruction
    • Essential Concepts and/or Skills
  • Course Evaluation
our year long goal
Our Year Long Goal

Students that are reading, speaking, viewing, writing and thinking more and better every day.

common ground
COMMON GROUND
  • www.wordle.net
  • Participant Exit Survey Cadre 2 (2).docx
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SUCCESSES

QUESTIONS

inductive thinking process
Inductive Thinking Process
  • Organize students into pairs.
  • Give each student a copy of the data set
  • Teacher may read aloud some or all of the data set to the students
  • Students work with a partner to categorize the data set by forming groups with items sharing common attributes
inductive thinking activity
INDUCTIVE THINKING ACTIVITY
  • Categorize the data under the using the following domain:

Effective Instruction

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SUCCESSES

QUESTIONS

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essential concepts and or skills
Essential concepts and/or skills
  • The intended curriculum

“Let’s keep in mind that standards don’t teach – teachers teach. “

- Kathryn H. Au

world caf
WORLD CAFÉ
  • Select a grouping card
  • Same color; same table
  • Scan the Essential Skills and/or Concepts Document
  • Respond to questions with your table partners orally and in writing
world caf etiquette
World Café Etiquette

Focus on what matters

Contribute your thinking

Speak your mind and heart

Listen to understand

Link and connect ideas

Listen together for insights and deeper questions

Play, doodle, draw– writing on the chart paper is encouraged

Have fun!

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GROUP DISCUSSION

When the Essential Concepts and/or Skills are in place in your building, what still needs to be includedin order for widespread student achievement to occur?

characteristics of effective instruction
Characteristics of Effective Instruction
  • Teaching for Understanding
  • Teaching for Learner Differences
  • Rigorous and Relevant Curriculum
  • Student-centered Classrooms
  • Assessment for Learning (Formative Assessment)
our year long goal1
Our Year Long Goal

Students that are reading, speaking, viewing, writing and thinking more and better every day.

course evaluation
Course Evaluation
  • Course Title: Adolescent Literacy Cadre
  • Instructor(s) Name: Jane Awtry
  • District/Consortium: Agency Wide
  • Course ID # 1010
  • Time (semester) Code 4
  • Be sure to answer questions on the back

Thank you!