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Angela Maiers with teachers at Kapolei Elementary on Learning and Literacy Now

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  • Title: Literacy Now
  • Anne Frank video snapshot
  • Image of 50 years of Space Travel
  • Open Culture: New Shakespeare Play
  • Hug Machine
  • Have teachers read this statement and circle on their notes the most critical phrase
  • Dewy Quote

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  • L iteracy
  • Where? Who? Is it? How? Will you?
  • 21 st Century Standards NAEP 2002
    • 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.
  • Slow Down Notice World Think Smarter Solve Problems Care More
  • READING What Counts, What Matters, and What’s Worth Fighting For
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  • What kind of Readers do we want?
    • Who can…
    • Who will…
    • Who are able to …
    • Who ready for…
    • Who understand that…
    • Who use…
    • Who see themselves…
    • Who believe..
    • Who know that…
    Readers
  • Reading Is…
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    • Reasons
    • Books
    • Environment
    • Tools
    • Behaviors
    • Strategies
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    • Reasons
    • Books
    • Environment
    • Tools
    • Behaviors
    • Strategies
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  • Answer “ Our” Questions!
  • Retell
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    • The author’s purpose for writing is…
    • The tone of this passage is?
    • The writer believes that…
    • Why did the author probably write this passage?
    • Which sentence helps convey the mood of the text?
    • Which passage best describes the author’s purpose ?
    • Which writer is most qualified to say . . .
    • The author thinks that . . .
    • The author is believable because…
    • The author uses sarcasm to….
    • The tone of this poem can best be described as…?
    • Why might the author recommend . . .
    • The purpose of this is to…?
    • The following assumptions about the author suggest…
    • What is this paragraph suggest that the authors’ believes that…?
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  • Great Readers of Fiction …
  • Great Readers of Fantasy…
  • Great Readers of NonFiction…
  • Great Readers of Historical Information
  • Great Readers Of Scientific Text
    • Who can…
    • Who will…
    • Who are able to …
    • Who ready for…
    • Who understand that…
    • Who use…
    • Who see themselves…
    • Who believe..
    • Who know that…
    Readers
  • Thinking about Fiction and NonFiction
  • “ Life” Story “ Book” Story (THEME) Fiction = Stories of Life
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  • The Orange
  • BIG IDEA (Whole text) Main Idea ( Section Level)
  • M ain Idea vs . B ig Idea