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Orientation 7 6

  1. 1. Summer Institute 2012 Part 1English Language Arts Section NCDPI
  2. 2. Summer Institute Wikihttp://si2012ela.ncdpi.wikispaces.net
  3. 3. What’s Next?Upcoming PD located on wiki:http://si2012ela.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/What%27s+Next%3F
  4. 4. Participant notes are on the wiki.Please copy these (download) toyour desktop.Each time you see this icon, openthe Participant Notes. You will findadditional information and a placeto document your work.
  5. 5. What Can a Small Bird Be?by the Character Education Teen Residency Project Participants
  6. 6. NC Department of PublicInstructionPublication Sales Section6306 Mail Service CenterRaleigh, NC 27699-6306Phone: 919.807.3470Fax: 919.807.3481Item #: IS174Title: “What Can A Small BirdBe?” (Booklet)$5.00 (approximate)
  7. 7. Orientation Participants will learn “Who is in the room?” and look for information they may have missed in the ELA Common Core State Standards document.
  8. 8. 1. Find a partner.2. Write one word on a sticky note that starts with the first letter of your last name.3. Put the two words together and define the new compound word.
  9. 9. A Piece of Lesson NC Educator Data LiteracyDesign Evaluation System
  10. 10. Culminating Activity The culminating activity will be a lesson that you design. We will collect pieces along the way.
  11. 11. North Carolina Educator Evaluation System• Standard II: Teachers establish a respectful environment for a diverse population of students.• Standard III: Teachers know the content they teach.• Standard IV: Teachers facilitate learning for their students.• Standard V: Teachers reflect on their practice.
  12. 12. Types of Data:1. Achievement data are used to determine the level of student achievement in a particular content area (e.g., performance- based assessments, written exams, quizzes).2. Demographic Data are descriptive information about the school community such as enrollment, gender, ethnicity, economic status, student attendance, grade levels, school suspensions and behavioral problems.3. Program Data define the programs, instructional strategies and classroom practices of the teachers. Program data collected may be useful in making informed decisions about future program and curriculum choices.4. Perception Data tell us what students, parents, staff and others think about the learning environment. They include questionnaires, interviews, surveys and observations. Collecting and evaluating perception data allows educations to pay attention to the opinions and ideas of the community.
  13. 13. “The digital tools used duringthis presentation have beenhelpful to some educatorsacross the state. However,due to the rapidly changingdigital environment, NCDPIdoes not represent norendorse that these tools arethe exclusive digital tools forthe purposes outlined duringthis presentation.”
  14. 14. How to Annotate a Text•Underline and highlight key words andphrases.•Think with the author.•Take notes about patterns, repetitions,contradictions, similarities.•Ask questions about the patterns you’venoticed, How? Why?
  15. 15. Getting to know the CCSS document• Choose a question card from the box (index cards).• Find the answer in the CCSS document.• Share with your table.

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