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OCC GATE Workshop part 2 Lit Circle FRAMES 2010

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Part 2 of 2: Literature Circle FRAMES - Roles

Part 2 of 2: Literature Circle FRAMES - Roles

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  • 1. LITERATURE CIRCLES DAVID N CHUNG PYLUSD
  • 2. RIGHT NOW
  • 3. AGENDA
  • 4. OBJECTIVE
    • Utilizing notes, students will…
    • Understand the basis for lit circles
    • Apply the roles of the lit circle
  • 5.  
  • 6. “ If reading is about mind journeys , outfitting the travelers, use the map , use the key and legend …
  • 7. “… until, ultimately, off on their own .”   “ Mind Journeys,” Mosaic of Thought, Susan Zimmermann and Ellin Oliver
  • 8. ESSENTIAL CHARACTERISTICS :
    • Small, temporary groups formed by choice of book or story.
    • Structured for student independence , responsibility , and ownership
    • Flexible & fluid
    • Guided primarily by student insights and questions
  • 9. THE LITERATURE :
    • Novel, short stories, poetry
    • Gallery Walk
    • Select (list/rank order)
    • Form groups
  • 10.  
  • 11. THE DISCUSSION : CONVERSATIONAL ROUNDTABLE
    • ESTABLISH & APPLY
      • Intellectual Expectations
      • Group Rules
  • 12.  
  • 13. THE ROLES :
    • Discussion Director [EVERYONE]
    • Illuminator
    • Illustrator
    • Connector
    • Word Watcher
    • Summarizer [EVERYONE]
  • 14. D ISCUSSION D IRECTOR :
    • Identify important aspects of the text
      • Focus on major themes
    • Develop discussion questions to help other members understand those aspects of the text
  • 15. D ISCUSSION D IRECTOR :
    • Help facilitate the group discussion
  • 16. L ITERARY L UMINARY [ILLUMINATOR] :
    • Identify “significant” passages
          • memorable, interesting, intriguing, difficult, humorous, revealing
  • 17. I LLUSTRATOR :
    • Develop an artistic rendition to the text (key event/s, character, theme)
        • Collage, song, drawing, map, organizational tree
  • 18. C ONNECTOR :
    • Associate, relate the text with…
      • The world: historical, political and/or current events, popular trends
  • 19. C ONNECTOR :
    • Associate, relate the text with…
      • Other texts: other films, stories, poetry
      • Your personal life
  • 20. L INGUIST [WORD WATCHER/FINDER] :
    • Identify & take note of words worth knowing
      • Interesting, new, important, difficult, unusual usage
  • 21. L INGUIST [WORD WATCHER/FINDER] :
    • Determine the tone, mood, and literary devices used and how they contribute to author’s style
  • 22. S UMMARIZER :
    • Prepare a brief synopsis of the assigned reading
        • Consider relevant details, characters, or events
  • 23. THE ROLES :
    • Discussion Director [EVERYONE]
    • Illuminator
    • Illustrator
    • Connector
    • Word Watcher
    • Summarizer [EVERYONE]
  • 24. THE READING & RESPONSE :
    • Lit Circle Roles
  • 25. THE DISCUSSION :
    • Conversational Roundtable
  • 26. FINAL THOUGHTS
  • 27. PARAGRAPH #1: Summary of POTC [What is the theme?] PARAGRAPH #2: Explain the significance of one symbol in POTC. [What does the symbol represent? Why is it so important?]