Literacy chairs 2011

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Literacy chairs 2011

  1. 1. Agenda • OSSLT Intervention/Remediation • What to expect on the OSSLT • The IEP student and the OSSLT • Connecting the OSSLT and OCA • Literacy in all Subjects • Resources and Planning
  2. 2. OSSLT Interventions Please share your school intervention process. How do you identify students who need interventions? How do you structure your extra help sessions? How much time does each student receive? How do you track who attends?
  3. 3. What to Expect. . . and the IEP Student In two groups, please analyze the OSSLT materials. One group will read what to expect on the OSSLT and another will read about IEP students and the OSSLT. Using your best summarization skills, your group will determine the important information and share it with all literacy chairs.
  4. 4. OSSLT and OCA a comparison
  5. 5. OSSLT Reading Expectations • understanding explicitly (directly) stated ideas and information; • understanding implicitly (indirectly) stated ideas and information; • making connections between information and ideas in a reading selection and personal knowledge and experience.
  6. 6. OCA Expectations • understand explicitly stated information (2,3); • understand implicitly stated informations (2,3); • make connections to prior knowledge and experience using clues in text features (1,4);
  7. 7. OSSLT Writing Expectations • developing a main idea with sufficient supporting details; • organizing information and ideas in a coherent manner; • using conventions (spelling, grammar and punctuation) in a manner that does not distract from clear communication.
  8. 8. Inquiry Groups and Writing Issues
  9. 9. Literacy Development in all Subjects Discussion: How do we help all teachers see themselves as literacy teachers? It’s in the thinking.
  10. 10. • http://www.slideshare.net/KimMcGill/ subjectspecific-literacy-4574372 •

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