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Read 3204   001 Day 13
Read 3204   001 Day 13
Read 3204   001 Day 13
Read 3204   001 Day 13
Read 3204   001 Day 13
Read 3204   001 Day 13
Read 3204   001 Day 13
Read 3204   001 Day 13
Read 3204   001 Day 13
Read 3204   001 Day 13
Read 3204   001 Day 13
Read 3204   001 Day 13
Read 3204   001 Day 13
Read 3204   001 Day 13
Read 3204   001 Day 13
Read 3204   001 Day 13
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Feb. 23, 2010 READ 3204 Literacy Super Stars #1, Comprehension videos

Feb. 23, 2010 READ 3204 Literacy Super Stars #1, Comprehension videos

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  • 1. READ 3204 <br />Fundamentals of Reading <br />Instruction<br />Thursday, February 23, 2010<br />Literacy Superstars<br />
  • 2. Announcements<br />Mary Lois Staton Conference: Remember to submit your paper within one week of attendance <br />Tar River Reading Council Meeting: April 15th<br />Scholastic Book Order - New order<br />Midterm Exam – Tuesday, March 2nd (in class)<br />February 25th– Second literature circle meeting <br />Do you know your role within your group?<br />Complete role sheet (on Moodle!) with two discussion questions on the back <br />Submit response activity (choose at least 2 boxes to address)<br />Bring your book<br />Food?<br />Practicum Placements are Available:<br />By Thursday, March 4th, submit a “Practicum Interview Protocol and Plan,” including your assigned school and teacher, an interview protocol (at least 4 interview questions about his/her beliefs about reading, how s/he teaches reading in her classroom, and what materials s/he typically uses when providing reading instruction), and the date(s)/time(s) you have arranged to complete your practicum experience.<br />
  • 3. Review<br />Comprehension strategy instruction:<br /> Garbage Bag<br />Wiesner’s The Three Pigs<br /> Comics<br />*Gradual release of support: provide lots of support initially, followed by more student independence.*<br />1. Introduction of strategy<br />2. Teacher demonstration of thinking<br />3. Strategy-in-use with text all kids can understand<br />4. Independent practice with text at kids’ independent level<br />5. Application of the strategy repeatedly across a number of different texts.<br /> Emphasize … THINK while you read!<br />Read Alouds: Oscar and the Frog by Geoff Waring, A Seed is Sleepy by Dianna Hutts Aston and Sylvia Long, Actual Size by Steve Jenkins<br />
  • 4. LITERACY SUPER STARS<br />Richard Allington<br />Kristy Morton and Leigh Anna Tyson<br />Patricia Cunningham <br />KatlinCartwright and Elaina Essey<br />Marie Clay <br />Nicole Craig and Mary Sweeney<br />Delores Durkin <br />Kelly Derby and Faith Sutton<br />P. David Pearson <br />Danielle Cooper and Mary Shiflet<br />
  • 5. Video #1<br />As you watch this junior high/middle school teacher, think about how he is attempting to build background knowledge and to make his thinking about text visible to the students. How does he THINK ALOUD?<br />http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=116101<br />
  • 6. Now, let’s jack it up …<br />
  • 7. What do you think of when I say baseball?<br />
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  • 10. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fo9fEADUqPs&feature=related<br />Harry Caray, who is credited with singing it first at a ball game in 1971, once said, &quot;I would always sing it, because I think it&apos;s the only song I knew the words to!&quot; <br />On Opening Day in 1976 Bill Veeck noticed the fans were singing along with Caray so a secret microphone was placed in the broadcast booth the following day to allow ALL the fans to hear him. <br />Veeckexplained to Caray, &quot;Harry, anybody in the ballpark hearing you sing &apos;Take Me Out to the Ball Game&apos; knows that he can sing as well as you can. Probably better than you can. So he or she sings along. Hell, if you had a good singing voice you&apos;d intimidate them, and nobody would join in!&quot;<br />
  • 11. Think about how you can…<br />Set your students up for success with the text.<br />Build their background knowledge of text.<br />Engage them in the text.<br />Think aloud about text.<br />Remember that YOU ARE THE EXPERT. How can you make your thinking about text visible for kids?<br />Reinforce that they should be thinking while they read.<br />
  • 12. Video #2<br />Rich Thompson<br />http://www.learner.org/vod/vod_window.html?pid=1983<br />How does Mr. Thompson support conversation about text and comprehension?<br />http://www.learner.org/resources/series182.html?pop=yes&pid=1981#<br />
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  • 14. Video #3<br />Sheila Owens<br />Kindergarten<br />THINK ABOUT … How does Ms. Owens support comprehension?<br />http://www.learner.org/vod/vod_window.html?pid=1724<br />. Becoming Readers and WritersIn Sheila Owen&apos;s Beaumont, California kindergarten class, all five- and six-year-olds are &quot;readers and writers from day one.&quot; We see her students listen and respond to a story about pumpkins, create sentences using the word wall, and chant a poem on the letter D. Guided by Ms. Owen, they write a group account of the pumpkin life cycle, and then work independently on their writing. Go to this unit.<br />http://www.learner.org/resources/series162.html#<br />
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  • 16. For Thursday<br />Literature Circle Number 2!<br />
  • 17. Read Aloud<br />

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