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  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 MSP: Instructional Strategies in the Library presented by Jan Copeland Bethel School District Fall 2010 J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Overview Part 1: Analysis of EALRs, GLEs, & Critical Thinking in the Library Part 2: Lesson Ideas Part 3: Activity J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 OSPI website http://www.k12.wa.us/Reading/Assessment/ResourcesGrade4.aspx Grades 3-5 Reading Assessment Vocabulary Stem Questions on a ring Strands and Targets Applications to Library Lessons J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Teaching Styles & Strategies by Richard Strong & Harvey Silver www.thoughtfuled.com J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Four Learning styles developed from the research of Carl Jung and Isabel Briggs- Myers provide framework for analyzing and categorizing teaching and learning behaviors. J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Blooms Taxonomy Knowledge: recognize, memorize, or identify Comprehension: predict, explain, show, summarize, describe or restate Application: use, image, select, manipulate, demonstrate, solve, organize J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Blooms Taxonomy Analysis: compare, contrast, examine, classify, research, defend, draw conclusions, generalize Synthesis: propose, plan, compose, formulate, design, construct, create, invent, speculate, and integrate Evaluate: judge, weigh, consider, appraise, recommend, critique, choose and justify J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Part 2 Lesson Ideas Compare and Contrast Mutt Dog by Stephen Michael King and Stray Dog by Marc Simont Bone Soup by Cambria Evans and Stone Soup by Jon J. Muth J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Concept Attainment: Are you a Horse? by Andy Rash Before Reading: Discuss characteristics or attributes of an animal. Students list attributes of a horse. J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Analyze Primary Sources - Hats, shoes or other artifacts - Personal letters - Packet of artifacts (Brea's Birthday) J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Primary Source Mystery Packets Example contains... · Party Invitation · To do list · Receipt from Party City · Brochure on a Mansion J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Jackdaws* for primary sources Mystery Strategy Beaver Mystery Mountain Men and Fur Trappers Dig Deep CBA-4th Grade * www. jackdaws.com J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Informational & Functional Reading Focus on text features: titles maps headings diagrams captions graphs tables charts Questions that.. compare and contrast cause and effect infer find evidence J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Informational or Functional Documents include... Brochures Bus or Ferry Schedules Graphs or Diagrams in almanacs Directories or Guides Product labels, coupons, ads Encyclopedias Websites J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Brochures Features: · Text Boxes · Titles, Headings, subheadings · Maps · Photographs and / or illustrations · Diagrams · Labels · Captions · Large colorful font in different sizes or styles · Charts or schedules or tables · Timeline · Forms or applications · Logos or symbols · Contact Information J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Brochures Create an adventure ...ask class for help! Examples: Centralia Shopping Mall Seattle Tourist Attractions Ask Questions that require higher level thinking such as these examples that go with the shopping mall brochure. "Gas is too expensive! How else could we get there?" Students will need to find the Amtrak information and give us the phone number. Or, "Where could I find a baby shower gift?" They would have to study the shops and direct me to Carters or a few others. They must provide proof or evidence that supports their answer. J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Schedules-Tables -Graphs-Diagrams Make your own from authentic artifacts from the community. Scholastic Almanac - graphs, charts... Reproduce from Life-Skills Resources J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Sample page fromScholastic 2010 Almanac for Kids J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Rotating Stations ...directories, product labels, ads, coupons, newspapers, catalogs, forms Life-Skill Series by Remedia Publications REM 430 -433 435 Authentic Reading Practice Grades 1-2 or 4-6 www.rempub.com www.evan-moor.com J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Scavenger Hunts in... Encyclopedias Websites http://www.henry.k12.ga.us/pges/xmas_around.htm J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 http://www.henry.k12.ga.us/pges/xmas_around.htm J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Activity: Concept Attainment Students are presented with a sequence of examples that are alike or different in some ways. They are asked to formulate a concept by making decisions about what attributes belong in what categories. Attributes lead to a hypotheses and then a definition of the concept. J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Yes No Comments outcomes overview checklist read performance write pop quiz practice AR quiz worksheets Diebels drill EDM chapter tests Reading Workshops CFA Small group Summative data instruction Objectives MSP GLEs AYP EALRs formative... action plan J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Goals of the Concept Attainment Stategy Help students... ...observe attributes, ...compare and contrast attributes in positive and negative examples, ...generate and test hypotheses, ...identify the concept, ...define the concept according to the essential attributes, and ...generate additional examples. J.Copeland
  • MSP Strategies in the Library Oct 2010 Resources This presentation & handouts www.slideshare.net WLMA website wiki OSPI EALRs & GLEs www.ospi.wa Teaching Styles & Strategies by Harvey Silver and Richard Strong www.thoughfuled.com Life-Skills series by Remedia Publications www.rempub.com Jackdaw Primary Sources www.jackdaws.com Authentic Reading Practice Grades 1-2 or 4-6 www.evan-moor.com J.Copeland