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  • 1. ARS Language & Literacy Curriculum ARS:  Ge(ng  Started  in   Fall,  2010   ARS PD Session 7 September 27, 2010
  • 2. ARS  Goals   •  Best  prac;ce   •  Essen;al  early  literacy  skills   •  Knowledgeable  educators   •  21  century  learning  environments   •  Engaged  parents  and  communi;es  
  • 3. Agenda   Morning   A1ernoon   1:00-­‐2:15  Shared  Book/   8:30-­‐9:00    Gree;ng      Read  Aloud   9:00-­‐10:00  Tech  ;me   2:15-­‐2:30  Break   2:30-­‐3:00     10:00-­‐10:15  Break      Knowledge   10:15-­‐10:45  Assessment      Background      Curriculum   3:00-­‐3:45  Alphabet   10:45-­‐12:00  Curriculum  Walk      Ac;vi;es  for      Through      Water  Pipes   3:45-­‐4:00  Share  &     12:00    Lunch      Evalua;on  
  • 4. New  Faces   • Patricia  Bing    Literacy  Coach   • Linda  Reesman    Parent  Liaison   • Sarah  Hamsher    UA  Graduate  Assistant   • ARS  Teachers   • ARS  Teaching  Assistants  
  • 5. Coaching  Cohorts   Fall  Semester  2010   PAM   SHELLEY   PAT   Five  Points  I  –  Room  1   Five  Points  I  –  Room  7   Five  Points  I  –  Room  6   Five  Points  I  –  Room  2   Robinson  –  Room  212   Arlington  –  Room  2   Five  Points  I  –  Room  3   Robinson  –  Room  217   Arlington  –  Room  4   Five  Points  I  –  Room  4   Arlington  –  Room  1   Arlington  –  Room  5   Five  Points  I  –  Room  5   Arlington  –  Room  3   Cedar  –  Room     Five  Points  I  –  Room  8  
  • 6. ARS  Knowledge  Check  aka  quiz   Here  is  a  list  of  early  literacy  skills.  Sort  them  into  two   categories:  EssenEal  Skills  and    Important  Skills    Be  careful!   1.  Alphabet  Le^er   5.  Visual  Discrimina;on   Knowledge   6.  Oral  Language  (broadly)   2.  Concepts  about  Print   7.  Wri;ng   3.  Rapid  Naming     4.  Phonological  Awareness  8.  Print  Knowledge   Direc;ons:     Label  the  two  columns  and  list  numbers  in  each  column.    
  • 7. TechTime   ObjecEves   •  Laptop  review   –  Log-­‐ins   –  Ning  access   •  TumbleBooks   –  Access  from  Ning   –  Local  access;  no  wifi   •  Water  Pipes  e-­‐books   –  Access  list   •  Mice  Distribu;on  run!  
  • 8. Logging On •  Log-­‐in  Informa;on   –  USER:  readingfirstsa1   –  PASS:  sa1   readingfirstsa1   sa1   UANET  
  • 9. SeNng  Default  Webpage  to  NING   1.  Navigate  to   h^p://akronreadysteps.ning.com/     2.  Click  on  TOOLS  menu   3.  Select  INTERNET  OPTIONS  
  • 10. SeNng  Default  Webpage  to  NING   1.  Click  on  USE   CURRENT   2.  This  will  set  the   default  webpage  to   the  page  that  is   currently  displayed.  
  • 11. SeNng  Default  Webpage  to  NING   1.  Click  on  APPLY   2.  Click  on  OK  
  • 12. TumbleBooks  –  Web  Access   Web  Access   •  Internet  connec;on  required   •  Access  to  full  800+  ;tles   1.  Open  browser   to  Ning   2.  Hover  over   eBooks  Tab   3.  Click  on   TUMBLEBOOKS  
  • 13. TumbleBooks  –  Local  Access   Local  Access   •  No  internet  connec;on  required   •  Access  to  limited  ;tles   1.  Locate  program  icon  on   desktop  of  your  laptop  or   classroom  Dell     2.  Double  Click  icon  to  launch   program  
  • 14. TumbleBooks  –  Local  Access  
  • 15. Water  Pipes  –  e-­‐Book  List   Choose  Teachers  &   Teaching  Assistants   group  from  Ning   e-­‐Book  Titles  for   Water  Pipes  Weeks   2,  4,  6  &  8  are   listed  under  the   CBDM  link  
  • 16. Summary  of  Assessment  Results   *outperformed  control  on  all  tasks   •  PPVT:    ≈  93    benchmark:  85   •  GRR:    ≈  12    benchmark:  14   •  ALL-­‐BC  ≈  06    benchmark:  15   •  ALL-­‐BH    ≈  03    benchmark:  3   voc;  RN;  phono   •  ALL-­‐ALK  ≈  07    benchmark:  15   •  ALL-­‐RN    ≈  90    benchmark:  <105   •  GGG-­‐R    ≈  10    benchmark:  7   •  GGG-­‐A  ≈  07    benchmark:  5   General  readiness   Basic  Concepts   Alphabet  Le^er   Knowledge    
  • 17. Topic  Studies  2010-­‐2011   Oct  4  -­‐  Nov  24:    Water  Pipes     Nov  29  -­‐  Jan  28:    Buildings   Jan  31  -­‐  Mar  25:    Wheels   Mar  28  -­‐  May  19:    Flowers  
  • 18. Curriculum Walk Through – Water Pipes • pp  1-­‐3   • Weeks  1-­‐2   • >  URLS     • >recording  pp11-­‐12   • Interac;ve  Web  (pp  13-­‐14)   • Outcomes  (p15)     • Selec;ng  Center  ac;vi;es   • Voc  List  (pp  18-­‐21)   • Weeks  1-­‐7  say-­‐tell-­‐do     • Lesson  plans     • Week  at  a  Glance  +  Plan  forms   • Week  8  –  p58   • CBDMs  to  follow  
  • 19. Shared  Book/Read  Aloud  Refresher   T  cohort  w/coach;     TA  w/Mary  &  Linda  
  • 20. Procedures  for  PracEce   Teachers  should  prac=ce  both     Shared  Book  and  Read  Aloud   Shared  Book  from  Water  Pipes   Read  Aloud  from  Water  Pipes   In  pairs…   In  pairs…   Step  1:  Read  through  the  Big   Step  1:  Read  through  the  Read    Book   Aloud   Step  2:  Prac;ce  BEFORE  steps  and   Step  2:  Prac;ce  BEFORE  steps  and   review  (steps  1-­‐6)   review  (steps  1-­‐5)   Step  3:  Prac;ce  DURING  steps  and   Step  3:  Prac;ce  DURING  steps  and   review  (steps  7-­‐15)   review  (steps  6-­‐  10)   Step  4:  Prac;ce  AFTER  steps  and   Step  4:  Prac;ce  AFTER  steps  and   review  (steps  16-­‐21)   review  (steps  11-­‐14)  
  • 21. Alphabet  LeXer  Knowledge  -­‐  Background   •  The  le^ers  in  my  name   •  The  le^ers  in  your  name   •  The  le^er  name  and  the  sound  it  makes   •  Le^ers  in  the  environment   •  Le^ers  in  words   •  Singing  about  le^ers;  talking  about  le^ers;  making  le^ers;  making   words  with  le^ers;      reading  alphabet  le^er  books;      connec;ng  le^ers      and  sounds   Scroll  down  to  Now  I   know  my  ABCs.  
  • 22. Alphabet  LeXer  Knowledge  -­‐  Background   •  Say  the  name  of  the  le^er   •  Make  the  sound  of  the  le^er   •  Listen  for  the  sound  of  the  le^er   •  Match  the  sound  to  the  le^er   •  Form  the  le^er  
  • 23. Alphabet  LeXer  Knowledge  -­‐  Background   Say   Processes  that   help  children   Make   develop   alphabet  le^er   Listen   knowledge.   Match   These  are   dynamic   processes   because  they  are   overlapping.  
  • 24. Alphabet  Games  &  AcEviEes   Sugges;ons:   •  Create  a  collec;on  for  each  week  in  the   Topic  Study   •  Embed  in  play  areas   •  Inten;onally  a  part  of  Shared  Book  aoer      Day  3   •  Share  favorites  with  one  another    
  • 25. Share  and  Feedback   Looking  ahead…   •  Share  thoughts  on   •  Start  H2O  Pipes   Alphabet  Games  for   •  Implement  Read  Aloud   Time  at  end  of  Open   Water  Pipes   Classroom  Time  10-­‐15   •  Provide  online   minutes     feedback   •  Assessments   •  eBook  reading  ac;vity   •  Monthly  tutorials  
  • 26. Closing   •  Online  evalua;on  
  • 27. ARS  Goals   •  Best  prac;ce   •  Essen;al  early  literacy  skills   •  Knowledgeable  educators   •  21  century  learning  environments   •  Engaged  parents  and  communi;es