Common Core State Standards –
Grades K-2
Focus on Literary Text and Speaking and Listening
Standards/ Mathematical Practic...
Professional Learning Goal
1. I can provide effective instruction based
on K-2 common core standards for
literary/informat...
Warm-Up Activity
Number Line 1-10 – on Post-it Note
Write your name on the back and think about
your level of comfort with...
Agenda
Focus on Literary Texts and Speaking and Listening Standards
Exploring
the
Standards
What does it
look like in
the
...
Morning Message & Interactive
Read Aloud
Linking these Balanced Literacy
Practices to CCSS
5
Literacy Goals
• Understand the CCSS’ emphasis on speaking
and listening for the primary age student.
• Explore implementi...
Let’s Talk CCSS
7
Speaking and Listening Standards K-2
Research
Interactive writing allows children to use literacy
and language. Children develop their
competency with oral lan...
Morning Message/
Interactive Writing
Morning Message is interactive and by participating in The
writing of morning message...
8 STEPS TO INTERACTIVE WRITING
• Provide active learning experiences.
• Talk to establish a purpose.
• Compose the text.
•...
Previewing a Model Lesson –
Interactive Morning Message
11
This video can be viewed at:
https://vimeo.com/22900597
http://...
12
Sometimes we write using sentence
Patterns . . .
Sometimes we graph . . .
Sometimes we share
knowledge . . .
Sometimes ...
Sample Interactive Writing
Templates for Morning Message
13
• Morning Message Templates:
– http://www.thekcrew.net/samplep...
Interactive Read Aloud
“Reading aloud is the foundation of literacy.”
Don Holdaway
Reading aloud to children has been show...
A Definition
According to Fountas and Pinnell, Interactive
Read-Aloud is “A teaching context in which
students are activel...
The Engaged Interactive Read
Aloud Framework
Introduce Predict Engage Model Interact
16
Modeled Reading:
Read Aloud / Think Aloud
• Determine the purpose
• Select the text
• Rehearse the reading
• Plan opportun...
Interactive Read Aloud ~Foundation for expansion of oral language,
opportunity to stimulate deeper thinking, and broaden k...
19
Essential Characteristics of Quality
Interactive Read Alouds
Adult sensitivity and responsiveness
Child engagement
R...
Previewing a Model Lesson –
Interactive Read Aloud
This video can be found at:
http://youtu.be/00-i6m8ELiw
20
Using Technology
• Exploring resources:
Websites for
Interactive
Writing and
Interactive
Read Alouds
Common Core
Resources...
Websites/Resources for Interactive
Read Aloud
• www.interactivereadalouds.com
• http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom-
r...
The 8 Standards
of Mathematical Practice
23
Grouping the Standards of
Mathematical Practice
24
Take a moment…
• Take a look at the first sentence of each description
• What do you notice?
25
They are for… the students!
26
Intro to Math Talks
Solve: James has 19 more baseball cards in his
collection than Michael does. Together, the
boys have 5...
What is a Math Talk?
28
Sharing Discussing Reasoning
Revoicing Restating Agreeing
Agreeing or
Disagreeing
Evaluating Asses...
Math Talks in Action
• Kindergarten:
http://www.mathsolutions.com/videopage/vi
deos/Final/Guess_My_Number.swf
• 1st Grade:...
Turn and Talk
30
Which Standards of Mathematical Practice could
be addressed with the use of Math Talks?
As a teacher, wha...
Websites/Resources
• Kansas Association for Teachers of
Mathematics http://katm.org/wp/common-
core/ Flipbooks
• www.k-5ma...
Evaluation
I am excited
about…
This is what I
learned…
This is how this
professional
development
helped me…
I’d like to le...
Questions?
Email me at dukesb@acs.k12.sc.us
Follow me on Twitter @becky_dukes
Check out the Fairfax Elementary
Teaching Id...
Closure Activity
Where do you NOW stand in your
understanding of teaching the K-2
Common Core State Standards?
34
As you l...
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  • ACS CCSS Gr K-2 professional development presentation 8-13-13

    1. 1. Common Core State Standards – Grades K-2 Focus on Literary Text and Speaking and Listening Standards/ Mathematical Practices in the CCSS Math Standards Becky Dukes – Literacy Coach
    2. 2. Professional Learning Goal 1. I can provide effective instruction based on K-2 common core standards for literary/informational texts and speaking and listening by using strategies learned at today’s session. 2. I can provide effective instruction on K-2 common core standards in mathematics by designing instructional activities using the Mathematical Practices outlined in the CCSS. 2
    3. 3. Warm-Up Activity Number Line 1-10 – on Post-it Note Write your name on the back and think about your level of comfort with the Common Core Standards in terms of the number line. Place your Post-it Note on the number line between 1 (lowest) and 10 (highest). (Best Practices - Accessing Prior Knowledge) 3
    4. 4. Agenda Focus on Literary Texts and Speaking and Listening Standards Exploring the Standards What does it look like in the classroom? Instructional Strategy Technology Resources 4
    5. 5. Morning Message & Interactive Read Aloud Linking these Balanced Literacy Practices to CCSS 5
    6. 6. Literacy Goals • Understand the CCSS’ emphasis on speaking and listening for the primary age student. • Explore implementing CCSS during Interactive Reading and Morning Meeting • Gain a better understanding of integrating CCSS during Morning Meeting. 6
    7. 7. Let’s Talk CCSS 7 Speaking and Listening Standards K-2
    8. 8. Research Interactive writing allows children to use literacy and language. Children develop their competency with oral language, reading and writing as they participate in interesting experiences, express their ideas, and build a shared set of understandings. The process is carefully guided by a teacher who is aware that students are learning in many ways at the same time (McCarrier, Pinnell, Fountas, 2000). 8
    9. 9. Morning Message/ Interactive Writing Morning Message is interactive and by participating in The writing of morning message, students learn... • Writing is speech written down • Proper letter formation • Upper and lower case letter recognition • Associating letters and sounds • Left to right progression • Differentiate between a letter, a word, and a sentence • Reading of common sight words • Spacing Punctuation • To look for patterns within words (word families) 9
    10. 10. 8 STEPS TO INTERACTIVE WRITING • Provide active learning experiences. • Talk to establish a purpose. • Compose the text. • Construct the text. • Reread, revise, and proofread. • Revisit text to support word solving. • Summarize the learning. • Extend the learning 10
    11. 11. Previewing a Model Lesson – Interactive Morning Message 11 This video can be viewed at: https://vimeo.com/22900597 http://av.vimeo.com/81981/070/48231804. mp4?token=1376273438_07d4d94a12e57 c1b02f8d5645e866a9d
    12. 12. 12 Sometimes we write using sentence Patterns . . . Sometimes we graph . . . Sometimes we share knowledge . . . Sometimes we match . . . Sometimes we just write!
    13. 13. Sample Interactive Writing Templates for Morning Message 13 • Morning Message Templates: – http://www.thekcrew.net/samplepacks.html – http://www.mrsnelsonsclass.com/teacherresourc es/teachingwriting/morningmessage.aspx#printab les – http://firstgradehooray1.blogspot.com/2011/12/ morning-message.html – https://www.responsiveclassroom.org/sites/defau lt/files/mmmk6_samplek.pdf
    14. 14. Interactive Read Aloud “Reading aloud is the foundation of literacy.” Don Holdaway Reading aloud to children has been shown to be “the single most important activity” in building a foundation for learning to read. (Adams, 1990) 14
    15. 15. A Definition According to Fountas and Pinnell, Interactive Read-Aloud is “A teaching context in which students are actively listening and responding to an oral reading of a text.” ---The Continuum of Literacy Learning, Grades K- 2. 2. A Guide to Teaching, page 163. 15
    16. 16. The Engaged Interactive Read Aloud Framework Introduce Predict Engage Model Interact 16
    17. 17. Modeled Reading: Read Aloud / Think Aloud • Determine the purpose • Select the text • Rehearse the reading • Plan opportunities to model your process of reading, comprehension, and fluency • Read the text stopping to think aloud • Discuss 17
    18. 18. Interactive Read Aloud ~Foundation for expansion of oral language, opportunity to stimulate deeper thinking, and broaden knowledge on the craft of writing. Purposefully planned out ahead of time! • Thinking out Loud • Teacher thinking visible • Window into reader’s mind • Stop/Reflect • Models metacognition • Turn & Talk • Children and their Thinking Partner engage in sharing ideas • Model the thinking, ask a ? or prompt, then student talk. • Approximately once in every 5 minutes (ensures full engagement) • After 20-30 seconds of talking, begin reading again as cue. • Stop & Jot • Sticky note or Reader’s Notebook • Prepare ahead of time ~ supplies • 1st time model, then release • “Writing Longer” ~ provide critical thinking and higher level 18
    19. 19. 19 Essential Characteristics of Quality Interactive Read Alouds Adult sensitivity and responsiveness Child engagement Repeated reading
    20. 20. Previewing a Model Lesson – Interactive Read Aloud This video can be found at: http://youtu.be/00-i6m8ELiw 20
    21. 21. Using Technology • Exploring resources: Websites for Interactive Writing and Interactive Read Alouds Common Core Resources to Deepen Understanding and Improve Instruction 21
    22. 22. Websites/Resources for Interactive Read Aloud • www.interactivereadalouds.com • http://www.readwritethink.org/classroom- resources/lesson-plans/catching-reading- through-interactive-241.html • http://www.readworks.org/tutorials/how- teach-interactive-read-aloud • http://www.readingrockets.org/article/16287/ 22
    23. 23. The 8 Standards of Mathematical Practice 23
    24. 24. Grouping the Standards of Mathematical Practice 24
    25. 25. Take a moment… • Take a look at the first sentence of each description • What do you notice? 25
    26. 26. They are for… the students! 26
    27. 27. Intro to Math Talks Solve: James has 19 more baseball cards in his collection than Michael does. Together, the boys have 57 cards. How many cards does each boy have? http://www.mathsolutions.com/videos/Intro_Cli p.swf 27
    28. 28. What is a Math Talk? 28 Sharing Discussing Reasoning Revoicing Restating Agreeing Agreeing or Disagreeing Evaluating Assessing Critiquing
    29. 29. Math Talks in Action • Kindergarten: http://www.mathsolutions.com/videopage/vi deos/Final/Guess_My_Number.swf • 1st Grade: http://www.mathsolutions.com/MathTalk/vid eos/CRD_Gr1.swf • 2nd Grade: http://www.mathsolutions.com/videopage/vi deos/Final/Classroom_NumberTalk_Gr3.swf 29
    30. 30. Turn and Talk 30 Which Standards of Mathematical Practice could be addressed with the use of Math Talks? As a teacher, what purpose does a Math Talk serve? How many content standards for your grade level could be addressed with the use of Math Talks? How do students benefit from a classroom that engages in Math Talks?
    31. 31. Websites/Resources • Kansas Association for Teachers of Mathematics http://katm.org/wp/common- core/ Flipbooks • www.k-5mathteachingresources.com/ • www.tncore.org/math.aspx • www.commoncoreconversation.com/math- resources.html 31
    32. 32. Evaluation I am excited about… This is what I learned… This is how this professional development helped me… I’d like to learn more about… 32
    33. 33. Questions? Email me at dukesb@acs.k12.sc.us Follow me on Twitter @becky_dukes Check out the Fairfax Elementary Teaching Ideas Board on Pinterest
    34. 34. Closure Activity Where do you NOW stand in your understanding of teaching the K-2 Common Core State Standards? 34 As you leave, put a green post-it on the number line to indicate your level of understanding.

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