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By Lyndee Kobayashi

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    • By Lyndee Kobayashi February 3, 2010.
    • About Stephanie Harvey
      • Born in Colorado.
      • Likes to hike, ski, and travel.
      • 2 children
      • 15 years in reg and SPEd classroom (since 1972).
      • Interested in children’s thinking.
      • 4 books
      • Toolkits
      • DVD’s
      • Organizations make a difference NCTE (join them).
      • Issues in education really matters.
      • Teaching kids to “think”.
      • Strategies to comprehension instructions.
      • Teach kids to turn Information into knowledge
    • Testing mania
      • Last 10 years in teaching was the toughest.
      • NCLB
      • Anti testing act Ed Hersche.
      • Testing ignores content.
      • ‘ Achievement gap’ not test score gap.
      • ‘ Background knowledge’ gap.
      • Reading - can or cannot.
      • Too much time in preparation; this second guesses the content.
      • 90% listening or published worksheets
      • 7% small group collaboration
      • Reading time links to test scores.- 177 minutes a day.
    • 3 principles of reading achievement.
      • Smarter we get.
      • 1.) Get rid of labeling words (high-low)
      • Multi tasking- level
      • groups
      • Reading behavior- visualize, levels evolve
      • 2.) respond
      • Literature circles
      • Print, volume
      • 3.) explicit instruction
      • Decode text
      • model
    • Nonfiction Texts
      • Build background knowledge
      • Fill background gap
      • Access to books -Lots of books in classroom
      • Low SES
      • T.V. what you watch –information
      • High-interest books
      • Adding to thinking
      • Resources for thinking
      • Textbooks, most accessible, illustrations, diagrams, small text,
      • many entry points
      • don’t have to be able to read it.
      • Visual/text
    • Strategies for reading non-fiction texts.
      • Features
      • Aesthetic reading-nurture
      • Effort reading- purpose, takenotes,
      • See their thinking.
      • STR (stop, think & react)
      • Stop and jot
      • Think sheets, graphic organizers
      • “ L” for learn
      • Write on page-abandon the highlighter
      • KWL charts
      • FQR (fact/ question/ response)
      • Monitor your own comprehension: learn it on your own
      • Aware of new things
      • Discussing images
    • Strategies for reading non-fiction texts, contd.
      • Researching: Collect lots of texts about it
      • Line of questions
      • Inquiry
      • Interacting in groups
      • Provocative discussions
      • Issues, perspectives
      • Interrogating texts
      • Teach language
      • Textual viewing.
      • Take action
    • Tips for teaching literacy and comprehension .
      • What are they thinking?
      • Teach how to think
      • Content: learn to remember then think
      • Be multicultural
      • Process information and talk about what you hear.
      • Teach to actively use thinking/knowledge.
      • Make connections so they can learn something.
      • Literacy
      • Viewing
      • Make you own choices. Use your mind.
    • Quote: Smart is not something you are… Smart is something you get! And you get smart by reading, writing, talking, listening, and investigating…by thinking! (Harvey 07)