• Like
  • Save
Getting To The Heart Of Content
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Getting To The Heart Of Content

on

  • 1,350 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
1,350
Views on SlideShare
1,345
Embed Views
5

Actions

Likes
3
Downloads
57
Comments
0

1 Embed 5

http://www.slideshare.net 5

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Apple Keynote

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment
  • Learning NOW - image with reading in the 21st century <br /> baby einstein with glasses? <br /> new vision, new story of reading in 21st century
  • They are already scientists, researchers, mathmaticians.
  • what I&#x2019;ve learned in the last 24 hours. any clock <br /> jack bauer 24
  • book with heart on it
  • picture of library - digital - computer with traditional library
  • talking about standards and chunking them into 5 things
  • what content instruction used tobe
  • the next slides are about the standards
  • KID ON COMPUTER
  • TAKING THINGS FROM LOTS OF DIFFERENT PLACES. LIKE A COLLAGE.
  • QUESTION ASKER. butterfly jar. asking questions: during the journey was it something you expected? was something missing? what surprised you? how did the author help/hinder? what did it make you wonder?
  • translate <br /> activity: invite the world in. a globe? use the world as a resource.
  • - SUBMIT CONTENT WITH THE INTENT OF TEACHING SOMEONE ELSE. IMPACT SOMEONE ELSE.
  • Young scientist.
  • talking about standards and chunking them into 5 things
  • the next slides are about the standards
  • the next slides are about the standards
  • HEART acronym
  • how do I make them do this everyday? HEART forces them to do all of the strategies in one simultaneously
  • an image of libraries that has books in a crate. from clinton took pictures of how mathmaticians. been taking pictures of classroom walls. wall charts pictures.
  • table: noticed, might mean, so what
  • HEART acronym
  • E = now use your eyes and ears. what you see and hear. as you journey across something complex, this is the process.
  • H = help. a two-fold process. Two identifiers: what I want them to notice, and know. Help has to be ignited from the inside of the learner. A strength you carry or bring to get you through something. You are throwing the line to help someone. Propel you to walk the complexity. Like surveying the land - what will help you navigate the land.
  • A= what questions should I be asking. about navigation. why did the writer do that? how is that helping me relate. what would make sense? how do I connect. when you navigate through foreign territory... you are wondering abohut the things you notice. it&#x2019;s an emotion thing. you are being swayed emotionally to not notice things. when you look at the web - they tweak your emotions to make you ignore the facts.
  • R = REVEAL. something small, like a bug or something small from nature, bug on a leaf... etc. <br /> reactions and response. how you should respond when you notice.
  • T = talk, teach tell. what are you ready to talk about. like a drawing or youtube video sharing about what he learned. <br /> <br /> talk can be in any language, share an image, summarize. the conversation that has to come as a result of the previous.
  • eyes and ears questions: what was something you ntocied? how is the story or text structured? did the design add/take away from the text? what style was used byt the author/illustrator? what special langaue was used? how did the elements relate?
  • how do I make them do this everyday? HEART forces them to do all of the strategies in one simultaneously
  • an image of libraries that has books in a crate. from clinton took pictures of how mathmaticians. been taking pictures of classroom walls. wall charts pictures.
  • table: noticed, might mean, so what
  • HEART acronym
  • Anne Frank video snapshot

Getting To The Heart Of Content Getting To The Heart Of Content Presentation Transcript

  • Content NOW! Reading, Writing, and Research in the 21st Century Presented by Angela Maiers AngelaMaiers.com
  • literacy NOW
  • what I have LEARNED in the past TWENTY- FOUR hours
  • Today’s Agenda 1. Content Now: What? Why? 2. HOW! 3. Getting to the Heart 4. Planning Framework
  • So....What’s Changed?
  • EVERYthing!
  • photo on mfpl.org
  • content content content content content content content
  • to KNOW
  • to BE
  • photo on pharos.com great infosumers!
  • synthesizers photo on cybernetnews.com
  • question askers photo on blstb.msn.com
  • TRANSLATORS photo on picasa by Diamond Coach
  • contributors photo on horrycountyschools.net
  • Students will have the ability to construct new understandings by interacting across and within texts, summarizing, analyzing, and evaluating them actively. They must be able to use literacy for creative and critical thinking and for advanced problem solving. Proficient and advanced readers know and apply multiple strategies to text in order to construct meanings from multiple perspectives and understand how their meanings may differ from those of others.
  • photo on earlyadolescence.org
  • to KNOW
  • to DO
  • to BE
  • H.E.A.R.T.
  • getting heart to the of CONTENT LITERACY by Angela Maiers
  • e codons) autho)r ic (conventi (crit container make (genre) meaning (strategy)
  • codes) autho)r ic n (conventio (crit container make (genre) meanin g (strategy)
  • i noticed...
  • noticed might mean so what
  • H.E.A.R.T.
  • HEAR SEE and
  • EXPECT
  • ASK questions about WHAT you SEE and HEAR photo on picasa by Mariana
  • REVEAL
  • TRANSLATE photo on horrycountyschools.net
  • what was something you NOTICED ? HOW is the story or text structured ? DID the DESIGN ? take away from the text what STYLE was used by the author ? HOW did the elements RELATE ?
  • e codons) autho)r ic (conventi (crit container make (genre) meaning (strategy)
  • codes) autho)r ic n (conventio (crit container make (genre) meanin g (strategy)
  • i noticed...
  • Great Readers of Fiction…
  • Great Readers of Fantasy…
  • Great Readers of NonFiction…
  • Great Readers of Historical Information
  • Great Readers Of Scientific Text
  • noticed might mean so what
  • H.E.A.R.T.
  • getting heart to the of CONTENT LITERACY by Angela Maiers
  • immersion
  • notice
  • teach
  • envision
  • Angela Maiers AUTHOR PRESENTER CONSULTANT COACH WORLD CHANGER To learn more, check out www.angelamaiers.com Angela Maiers ©
  • journals
  • rooms
  • 21st Century Vision
  • create
  • create
  • Great Readers of Fiction…
  • Great Readers of Fantasy…
  • Great Readers of NonFiction…
  • Great Readers of Historical Information
  • Great Readers Of Scientific Text
  • Abundant Dynamic Co-Created Evolving
  • Where? Who? Is it? How? Will you?
  • Slow Down Notice World Think Smarter Solve Problems Care More
  • • Landslide
  • These Grade 1 samples are metacognitive responses to a lesson I did on finding the Big Ideas in reading. Kids were asked to reflect in writing
  • This is a great sample to show audience and purpose. Haley is a passionate 4 year old who writes with passion and purpose. She is an expert on endangered animals and started a petition to let everyone know the importance of her cause. She had over 30 petitions spread around my neighborhood. The shirt was created because she wanted her message to get out-even if she was in a mall. (Her idea)!
  • These are procedural texts that struggling KG readers created from a lesson that Writers write about things they know. I put the words in, so they could express their ideas through images and features used by nonfiction writers.
  • ALL Writers Write About… Things they KNOW about Things they CARE about Things they WONDER about
  • SARA
  • JAKE
  • First, put on your super hero shirt.
  • Finally, secure your belt.
  • Angela Maiers AUTHOR PRESENTER CONSULTANT COACH WORLD CHANGER To learn more, check out www.angelamaiers.com Angela Maiers ©