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Class Dojo- www.classdojo.com/videos/student. d. G. o. o. 8:00 AM. Morning!. Shift Happens!. C. Technology Tools that Target Language Arts Common Core Standards . C. !. P. L. G. S. A. Presenter: LaRita Wiggins GaETC 2012 Atlanta, Georgia . Essential Questions . E.

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Shift Happens!

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Technology Tools that Target

Language Arts Common Core Standards

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Presenter: LaRita Wiggins

GaETC 2012

Atlanta, Georgia

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Essential Questions

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  • What are the 5 shifts that should happen in ELA classrooms when implementing the common core standards?
  • What technology tools can I use to ensure these 5 shifts occur in my classroom?
  • How can I engage students in the learning process?
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What we must do!

At the center of the Common Core

Lead high level, text based discussions

Focus on Process, Not just content

Create Assignments for real audiences and with real purpose

Teach argument, not persuasion

Increase text complexity

Common Core Article

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1. Lead High Level, Text Based Discussions

“When you ask students to discuss a text as a whole class or in small groups, make sure that your questions are grounded in the text, and that students refer to the text in their responses.”

Web tools for implementation :

Xtranormal.com –Create discussions in video format http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lN33N_zPB4k&feature=player_embedded

Schoolwires- Blogging http://schoolwires.henry.k12.ga.us/Page/13897

Lino- Online post it note collaboration

http://en.linoit.com/

Voicethreads- Online discussions centered around media and /or text http://voicethread.com/

https://voicethread.com/share/3344556/

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2. Focus on Process, Not just content

“The Common Core State Standards stress the importance

of student discovery. In other words, we cannot merely fill students’ heads with content; we should provide them with opportunities to discover information on their own.”

Prezi: www.Prezi.com – students create innovative presentations while constantly reviewing content

Three Ring:www.threering.com –Create online student portfolios

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2. Focus on Process, Not just content

  • “The Common Core State Standards stress the importance
  • of student discovery. In other words, we cannot merely fill students’ heads with content; we should provide them with opportunities to discover information on their own.”
  • Movie Maker- A free download – View Videos
  • 2nd grade Science and Language Arts Video
  • 7th grade interview about the civil rights movement
  • ARMS Movie Awards- Project based learning Experiment #2

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3. Create assignments for real audiences and with real purpose

“The standards emphasize the importance of writing for a variety of audiences. Students should “write routinely over extended time frames…for a range of tasks, purposes, and audiences”

Boomwriter:

www.Boomwriter.com – Create and collaborate on original books

Wordle:

http://www.wordle.net/ – Create word clouds to develop word choice

Flocabulary:

www.flocabulary.com - Use rap to teach curriculum concepts

Songsmith:

http://www.cleanvideosearch.com/media/action/yt/watch?videoId=GFk5Ab3NPkY - make your own rap (reggae, country, R&B etc.) songs about curriculum

Possible Common Core assignment : Create the soundtrack using a variety of the tech tools

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4. Teach argument, not persuasion

“Some people use the terms argument and persuasion synonymously; however, the Common Core State Standards draw a distinction between the two. According to Appendix A of the CCSS, persuasive writing

might “appeal to the audience’s self-interest, sense of identity, or emotions,” whereas a logical argument “convinces the audience because of the perceived merit and reasonableness of the claims and proofs offered rather than either the emotions the writing evokes in the audience or the character or credentials of the writer”

Knovio:

http://www.knovio.com/ - Create digital debates along while showing supporting documentation

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5. Increase text complexity

“Besides making sure that an individual text is challenging enough, you can also raise the level of content in your classroom by using multiple sources of information. Providing multiple sources on the same topic can help students see a variety of perspectives, and it can help students adjust to texts at varying levels of difficulty.“

Sweatsearch- www.Sweetsearch.com

Lexilebook levels

www.lexile.com/fab/search/categories

Also, use your judgment along with Lexile levels.

Example using: Kindles

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Tools for teachers

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We are in the information age. Use technology to work smarter not harder!

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Use these tools to create your own Common Core Professional Learning!

  • Twitter:www.twitter.com
  • Collaborize Classrooms:
  • www.collaborizeclassroom.com
  • Dropox: www.dropbox.com– email Susan Jacobs at the DOE to be added to the drop box site for LA CCGPS. sjacobs@doe.k12.ga.us
  • Common Core APP

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Extras, Extras!

Shorten the URLS:

www.Bit.ly.com

Manage your classroom:

www.classdojo.com

Individualize reading instruction:

Scientific Learning -http://www.scilearn.com/resources/videos/?cat=ra

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Essential Questions

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  • What technology tools can I use to ensure these 5 shifts occur in my classroom?
  • How can I engage students in the learning process?
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Questions?

Thank you for your attending this presentation!

I hope you have some new

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contact information
Contact Information
  • Larita.wiggins@henry.k12.ga.us
  • Follow me on Twitter @lswiggins
  • Follow Austin Road Middle School @ARM_HCS
  • Like us on Facebook-

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