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  • GIST - Generating Interaction between Schemata and Text\n\n
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  • If we changed the order of the steps for the lab what might happen?\n
  • Add picture book image...what might this character do?\n
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  • After Reading: Save the Last Word for Me\nSave the Last Word for Me provides a framework for student review of materials. The discussion encourages students to share ideas and opinions. Since the discussion takes place in a small group, students who typically do not participate in large discussions are more comfortable joining in the review.\nSteps:\n1.Assign a story, selection, or passage. As students read, they should mark statements that they find interesting or statements they want to talk about. The statements could be ones they agree or disagree with. The statements may be ones that surprised, excited, or puzzled them. Students can lightly mark the statements with a pencil or attach a sticky note.\n2.Provide each student with 3 to 5 index cards. (The more cards, the longer the time needed to complete the activity.) Each student writes a statement on the front of a card. On the back side, the student writes a response or comments. Students complete the front/back of a card for each of their marked statements.\n3.Divide the class into small groups. (The larger the group, the longer the time needed to complete the activity.) Students select a member to begin the sharing process. The selected student reads the front of one card and then shows the card to the other students in the group. Each of the other students responds to the card. Following their responses, the first student tells his or her opinion and ideas.\n4.After all cards are discussed, the group selects one card, and one student reports the group’s discussion and ideas to the larger class.\n\n
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  • Literacy and Discovery Education Science techbook

    1. 1. Checking forBridging Science Understanding in a and Digital World Literacy with DiscoveryEducation’s Science Techbook
    2. 2. Science and Literacy - KSL K S LWhat I Know What I Want to Share What I Learned
    3. 3. Literacy and Reading Content
    4. 4. Literacy and Visual Content
    5. 5. Reading Passages and Pre-Reading Read Titles and Subtitles Study Photos and Captions Look for Bold or Italicized Words Read first and last sentences of each paragraph
    6. 6. Literacy and Reading Content
    7. 7. Literacy and Visual Content
    8. 8. CLOZE Activity
    9. 9. CLOZE Activity
    10. 10. CLOZE Activity
    11. 11. CLOZE Activity
    12. 12. CLOZE Activity
    13. 13. GIST (Generating Interaction between Schemata and Text)SummarizingSort Important vs Interesting
    14. 14. GIST (Generating Interaction between Schemata and Text)SummarizingSort Important vs Interesting
    15. 15. Compare and Contrast
    16. 16. Compare and Contrast
    17. 17. Compare and Contrast
    18. 18. Compare and Contrast
    19. 19. Exit Ticket How does each section of the heart contribute to the oxygenation of our blood? When does a lung’s work end and heart’s work begin?
    20. 20. Exit Ticket How does each section of the heart contribute to the oxygenation of our blood? When does a lung’s work end and heart’s work begin?
    21. 21. Fact vs Opinion Observation vs Inference
    22. 22. Fact vs Opinion Observation vs Inference
    23. 23. Fact vs Opinion Observation vs Inference
    24. 24. If...Then and Inferencing
    25. 25. Change a Variable - Infer the Impact
    26. 26. Change a Variable - Infer the Impact
    27. 27. Brainstorm Vocabulary Terms
    28. 28. Brainstorm Vocabulary Terms
    29. 29. As you read the Getting to Knowpassage and watch the video,predict what the key vocabularyterms are for our study of platetectonics.
    30. 30. As you read the Getting to Knowpassage and watch the video,predict what the key vocabularyterms are for our study of platetectonics.
    31. 31. RAFT - (Role Audience Format Topic)
    32. 32. RAFT - (Role Audience Format Topic)
    33. 33. RAFT - (Role Audience Format Topic)
    34. 34. Save the Last Word for Me
    35. 35. Hands-On Activity Summary
    36. 36. Hands-On Activity Summary Conclusion = Main Idea
    37. 37. Hands-On Activity Summary Did you all make the same recommendation about City Hall? Is there more than one good plan? Did any factors other than damage risk influence your decisions?
    38. 38. Think-Pair-Share
    39. 39. Think-Pair-Share
    40. 40. Read-a-loudFluencytrackingModelannotationprocess
    41. 41. Science and Literacy - KSL K S LWhat I Know What I Want to Share What I Learned
    42. 42. Checking forBridging Science Understanding in a and Digital World Literacy with DiscoveryEducation’s Science Techbook

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