From Common Bore to We Want More

Welcome!
Tina Stavrou, Pasco County School District
Deborah Kozdras: University of South...
What is Black and White & Still Read
All Over?

http://blogs.loc.gov/loc/2012/10/black-and-white-and-still-read-all-over/
What is Black and White & Still Read
All Over?

http://blogs.loc.gov/loc/2012/10/black-and-white-and-still-read-all-over/
Newspaper in Education (NIE)
NIE programs throughout the state are a
cooperative effort between schools and
newspapers to...
Developing daily habits
 Using the newspaper in your classroom and NIE curriculum on
a regular basis helps students devel...
CSI-R Model for Reading -> Writing
• Content: What content do you want to teach?
What is your essential question? What is ...
Florida Press Educational Services
Florida Press Educational Services, Inc. (FPES) is a non-profit
501(c)(3) organization ...
S: CCSS Standards
CCSS Reading Info Anchor Standards
Key Ideas & Details
R1: Close reading (evidence)
R2: Main idea/detail...
Disciplinary & Academic Vocabulary and Word Choice
R4: Vocabulary, Word choice
L5: Figurative Language
• What did you noti...
Vocabulary and Word Choice (R4)
Investigate each title. Find the original song.
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What is the main idea of the song...
I: Inquiry/investigation
“Reading” like a detective: pg. 5
Why has the tobacco industry targeted ethnic/minority populatio...
I: Inquiry/investigation
“Reading” like a detective: pg. 5
Essential Question: Why has the tobacco industry aggressively t...
R: Report/response
Why has the tobacco industry targeted ethnic/minority populations?
Create a Public Service Announcement...
I: Inquiry/investigation
“Reading” like a detective: pg. 12
Essential Question: What is the opportunity cost of smoking?

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I: Inquiry/investigation
“Reading” like a detective: pg. 12
Essential Question: What is the opportunity cost of smoking?

...
R: Report/response
What is the opportunity cost of smoking?

• Create a decision
making grid (R3)
• Write a report
based o...
Authentic Tasks/ Real World Applicability
ReadWriteThink.org
Click on Classroom Resources:
Student Interactives
Mobile App...
Charting the Land of Flowers: Maps as Informational Text tampabay.com/nie
Thank You!
Contact Information:
astavrou@pasco.k12.fl.us
Tina Stavrou
dkozdras@usf.edu
DeborahKozdras

Website for NIE:
ta...
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From Common Bore to We Want More Part 1: FCSS

  1. 1. From Common Bore to We Want More Welcome! Tina Stavrou, Pasco County School District Deborah Kozdras: University of South Florida Stavros Center Jodi Pushkin: Newspaper in Education http://nieonline.com/tbtimes/downloads/supplements/2013_TobaccoFree.pdf
  2. 2. What is Black and White & Still Read All Over? http://blogs.loc.gov/loc/2012/10/black-and-white-and-still-read-all-over/
  3. 3. What is Black and White & Still Read All Over? http://blogs.loc.gov/loc/2012/10/black-and-white-and-still-read-all-over/
  4. 4. Newspaper in Education (NIE) NIE programs throughout the state are a cooperative effort between schools and newspapers to promote the use of newspapers in print and electronic form as educational resources. The goal of NIE is to build future, life-long readers, productive citizens and critical thinkers.
  5. 5. Developing daily habits  Using the newspaper in your classroom and NIE curriculum on a regular basis helps students develop daily reading habits that they will carry through their lives.  The daily newspaper provides a vital link to the real world for students who too often do not realize the value of their academic programs. The study of today's critical issues, events and people helps students understand the past and see a role for themselves in their future world.
  6. 6. CSI-R Model for Reading -> Writing • Content: What content do you want to teach? What is your essential question? What is the disciplinary vocabulary? • Standards/Skills/Strategies: What CSSS standards will help students learn the content. • Investigate: Immerse students within a lesson where they investigate to find evidence to answer the question. • Report: Show what you know through reporting (write, podcast, blog, movie, etc.)
  7. 7. Florida Press Educational Services Florida Press Educational Services, Inc. (FPES) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization of newspaper professionals that promotes reading, particularly for young people. The primary objectives for FPES have been established by the Newspaper Association of America. http://www.fniec.org/fpes.htm
  8. 8. S: CCSS Standards CCSS Reading Info Anchor Standards Key Ideas & Details R1: Close reading (evidence) R2: Main idea/details R3: Develop/connect/interact Craft & Structure R4: vocabulary, word choice R5: structure of texts R6: POV/purpose, bias Integration of Knowledge & Ideas R7: info in diverse media R8: argument, claims, evidence R9: compare/contrast Range of reading & TC R10: range and text complexity CCSS Writing Anchor Standards Writing Texts & Purposes W1: Writing arguments W2: Writing informative/explanatory W3: Writing narratives Production & Distribution of Writing W4: task, purpose, audience W5: revising and editing W6: tech: produce, interact, collaborate Research: Build on Content Knowledge W7: short & sustained research W8: multiple print and digital sources W9: evidence to support research Range of Writing W10: long/short, formal/informal
  9. 9. Disciplinary & Academic Vocabulary and Word Choice R4: Vocabulary, Word choice L5: Figurative Language • What did you notice about the article titles? • • • • • • • • Under Pressure Us Against the World Someone Like You The New Divide Bad Intentions Wild Ones The Rising Tide Call Me Maybe
  10. 10. Vocabulary and Word Choice (R4) Investigate each title. Find the original song. – – – – What is the main idea of the song? (R2) How does the title develop the meaning of the song?(R3, R4) What is the main idea of the text? (R2) How does the title develop the meaning of the text? (R3, R4) • Was the title of the article a good word choice? Why or why not? If not, what would you title the article? (R2, R4, R3, R1)
  11. 11. I: Inquiry/investigation “Reading” like a detective: pg. 5 Why has the tobacco industry targeted ethnic/minority populations? Texts Text dependent questions • Which populations are being targeted? (R1) • What is the economic impact? (R1, R3, R9) – On the industry – On the groups • What does “causes of concern” mean? Research and identify a “cause of concern” to one of the groups identified in the text. (R4, R2)
  12. 12. I: Inquiry/investigation “Reading” like a detective: pg. 5 Essential Question: Why has the tobacco industry aggressively targeted ethnic and minority populations? RL.1.3 Text Beyond the Text (R1, R7, W7-9) http://chickenhead.com/truth/ index.html
  13. 13. R: Report/response Why has the tobacco industry targeted ethnic/minority populations? Create a Public Service Announcement – Informing the public about the aggressive tactics. (W2, W9, SL5, SL4) – Making an argument about the ethics of these tactics. (W1, W9, SL5, SL4) – Create a newspaper ad/article – Create a flyer or poster – Create a Brochure (W1/2/5/6/9) http://www.readwritethink.org/classroomresources/lesson-plans/mytubechanging-world-with-1069.html http://www.readwritethink.org/clas sroom-resources/studentinteractives/printing-press30036.html?tab=5
  14. 14. I: Inquiry/investigation “Reading” like a detective: pg. 12 Essential Question: What is the opportunity cost of smoking? Texts Text dependent questions • How much does the typical smoker spend every year on cigarettes? (R1) • Using both the examples in the text and examples you find in the Tampa Bay Times, record alternative ways to spend the money.(R1, R2, W7, W8, W9 )
  15. 15. I: Inquiry/investigation “Reading” like a detective: pg. 12 Essential Question: What is the opportunity cost of smoking? Texts Beyond the Text • Make an Economic Decision-Making PACED grid to determine your alternative choices to smoking. http://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/d ata_statistics/sgr/
  16. 16. R: Report/response What is the opportunity cost of smoking? • Create a decision making grid (R3) • Write a report based on your findings in the decision-making model. (W2, W4)
  17. 17. Authentic Tasks/ Real World Applicability ReadWriteThink.org Click on Classroom Resources: Student Interactives Mobile Apps
  18. 18. Charting the Land of Flowers: Maps as Informational Text tampabay.com/nie
  19. 19. Thank You! Contact Information: astavrou@pasco.k12.fl.us Tina Stavrou dkozdras@usf.edu DeborahKozdras Website for NIE: tampabay.com/nie
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