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  • Michael connelly- schmoker draws on this research- college and career readiness
  • In looking at the chart paper around the room, where do these components fit in the teacher decision categories?What are the sub-decisions that fall into each of these?
  • HS SS Video clip- as you watch the clip, what evidence do you see?
  • Read through emailThese “units” will promote critical thinking. Although we may not fully create a unit today based on the specific criteria, we will be moving toward the creation of one with the work we do.
  • What does this mean for your teaching? These are the highlights from the common core that you can begin addressing today?
  • OverviewShow video- http://engageny.org/resource/common-core-in-ela-literacy-shift-1-pk-5-balancing-informational-text-and-literature/ 10 minAsk teachers to think about…
  • http://engageny.org/resource/common-core-in-ela-literacy-shift-3-staircase-of-complexity/15 min
  • http://engageny.org/resource/common-core-in-ela-literacy-shift-4-text-based-answers/11 min
  • http://engageny.org/resource/common-core-in-ela-literacy-shift-5-writing-from-sources/12 min
  • http://engageny.org/resource/common-core-in-ela-literacy-shift-6-academic-vocabulary/6 minutes
  • Mix-Pair-ShareFind someone new and share your thinking with someone you have not had a conversation with today
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    • 1. Broome-Tioga BOCES January 10, 2012
    • 2.  What would you like to learn? How would you like to be engaged? What other strategies would you use to help you take on the new learning?
    • 3.  Define the components of effective teaching and their critical attributes Identify the needs of the 21st century learner Describe the instructional shifts of the common core Identify critical thinking verbs List the attributes of an effective question Develop learning outcomes and guiding questions that promote critical thinking
    • 4.  Welcome and overview The 21st century learner The common core learning standards Components of Effective Teaching (Review) The New Taxonomy of Educational Objectives Effective Questioning to Promote Critical Thinking Closure and Next Steps
    • 5.  What skills are necessary in the 21st century for college and career readiness? What can we do as teachers to help students learn these skills? What evidence is there in the text that supports this?
    • 6. Latest research… 21st Century Skills… Critical and Creative Thinking Problem formulation   Problem Solving Research  Accessing and integrating vast Interpretation amounts of information  Collaborating Communication  Effectively Communicating Precision and Accuracy  Developing Positive (Connelly, Michael) Relationships  Flexibility and Adaptability
    • 7.  If you had to summarize the components of effective teaching to a colleague, what would you say? Think…write Share with the group
    • 8. Teaching Decision #1 Teaching Decision #2What do I want the students to How will I teach so the students learn? learn? TEACHING DECISONS Teaching Decision #3 Teaching Decision #4How will I know ALL students How will I respond if students have learned? have learned?...if they have not?
    • 9.  What’s working well? What questions do you have? What evidence do you see?
    • 10. • Balancing Informational and Literary Text• Building Knowledge in the Disciplines• Staircase of Complexity• Text-Based Answers• Writing From Sources• Academic Vocabulary
    • 11. Grades PK- Grades 6-5: 12:50%Literary 80%Text Information al Text by50% 12th GradeInformational Text
    • 12. Balance of Just Right Text and Grade Level Text(with high levels of support for accessto higher level text)
    • 13. Tier 1 Words:Common, every Tier 2 Words:day words Typically not defined in the textTier 3 Words: Define,Content area describe,specific words principled, theory, etc.
    • 14. “The power of generous amounts ofclose purposeful reading, rereading,writing and talking… these are theessence of authentic literacy: theseactivities are the foundation for atrained, powerful mind-and apromising future.” Mike Schmoker – Results Now, 2006
    • 15. Draw a picture or diagram to showthe relationship between the 6shifts -or-Write a couple of sentences thatexplain the connections.
    • 16.  http://engageny.org Find curriculum exemplars ◦ The Gettysburg Address Scan the exemplar… ◦ Where are the components of effective teaching? ◦ What feedback might you give the writer based on the components of effective teaching?
    • 17. Remember Understand Apply Analyze Evaluate Create
    • 18. From… To…Identify the components ofeffective teachingLabel the parts of a cellDescribe the main characterList reasons why water is anecessary resourceExplain how civilization alongthe Nile River progressed overtime
    • 19.  Review your current objectives What level of thinking do they address? How could they be modified to promote more critical thinking?
    • 20.  Focus on what is important Use explicit cues What does this sound like? Ask inferential questions Ask analytic questions