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Ckla skills strand units 2 and 3

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  • 1.  Successes  Vertical teaming  What is going on in K and 2  Unit/Standards Alignment  “Look Fors”  Assessments  Planning Guide and Work Session  Next Steps-January Session  Q & A
  • 2.  What is going well in your classroom?  Specific lesson types that are going well?  Stories of Student learning successes?
  • 3.  Kindergarten › Sound Pronunciation-foundation for students learning sounds to begin blending and then eventually becoming ready for decodable readers  Second › Writing-Much more writing incorporated into lessons. Literacy/GRIAR Centers, Spelling Trees and activities used to reinforce writing and skills.
  • 4.  Engageny.org  Core Knowledge  Handout-Standards addressed in Unit 2 and Unit 3-Student Learning Targets designed around these standards
  • 5.  Unit by unit-what are some key components to recognize in Unit 2? › Lesson types? (Tricky word) › Assessments? Formative and Summative › Pausing Points? › Activities (Chaining, word sort, Wiggle cards pg 123) › School-Home Connections
  • 6.  Unit by unit-what are some key components to recognize in Unit 3? › Lesson types (Tricky Words, Tricky Spelling) › Assessments? Formatives and Summative › Pausing Points › Activities (Writing-Fictional narrative, Chaining, Wiggle Cards-pg 141) › School-Home Connections
  • 7.  What assessments are in these units?  Unit 2: › Word Recognition Assessment-WS 18.1  Unit 3: › Spelling Assessment, lesson 5,-WS 5.1 › Spelling Assessment, lesson 10,-WS 10.1 › Spelling Assessment, lesson 15-WS 15.1 › Word Recognition, lesson 19-WS 19.1
  • 8.  Unit 2  GRIAR Time, interventions, CKLA Centers › Pg 109-111. › Directions where to find information for identified deficit areas and opportunities to reteach material  Unit 3  GRIAR Time, interventions, CKLA Centers › Pg 132-134. › Directions where to find information for identified deficit areas and opportunities to reteach material
  • 9.  How do you plan for your lessons? › Different lesson plan formats › Team planning?
  • 10.  Work with each other to plan out some lessons › See connections from one lesson to the next › Split the work and share out with group › Make resources needed for lessons (ie. wiggle cards)
  • 11.  Session in January › What would you like to see differently? More of? › Any suggestions, recommendations?
  • 12.  Any questions you have regarding Skills Strand? › If I do not know it, I will write it down and ask our directors of ELA and get the answers to you.  CKLA Office hours-one hour once a month, webinar offered from representative from Core Knowledge on updates and answering any questions you have about the Skills and Listening an Learning Strand.
  • 13. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and holiday season!

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