Bcs 6 12 literacy ppt aug 22 2012 (2)Presentation Transcript
Implementing the Common CoreState Standards for Literacy and the N.C. Essential Standards for Information & Technology Bladen County Schools August 22, 2012
DRAFTAccess to training materials: http://rt3region4.ncdpi.wikispaces.net 2
DRAFT Norms• Ask questions• Engage fully• Integrate new information• Open your mind to diverse views• Utilize what you learn
Graffiti Wall Activity DRAFT http://tinyurl.com/lcslinoit1. What words or short phrases describe what you want students to accomplish by the time they complete your grade/course? Green2. What comes to mind when you think about literacy in your classroom? Blue3. What comes to mind when you think about technology in your classroom? Pink
DRAFT Meeting OutcomesBy the end of this session, participants will.…• Be familiar with Common Core 6-12 Literacy Standards• Be familiar with N.C. Information & Technology Essential Standards• Collaborate with discipline colleagues on ways to integrate disciplinary & digital literacies into their classrooms.
DRAFTWhat does it mean to beCollege & Career Ready?
STARTING THE CONVERSATION WITH THEELEPHANT K-5 focus: learning to read & write 6-12 focus: reading & writing to learn
DRAFTLiteracy defined… "… literacy is essential for success in almost every area of life. Literacy is far more than the ability to read and write basic text. Rather, literacy is the ability to read, speak, listen, and think in order to learn, communicate, and making meaning of increasingly complex print and online texts. Literacy and content learning are deeply intertwined" (Taking the Lead on Adolescent Literacy Action Steps for Schoolwide Success by Judith Irvin, Julie Meltzer, Nancy Dean, Martha Jan Mickler, page 2
DRAFTLiteracy & IT Standards Jigsaw Activity• At your tables, assign each member an assignment from the next 2 slides.• Take 5 minutes to read your assigned section and be prepared to briefly explain it to your tablemates.• Teach your tablemates (The Self-Assessment document on the wiki is useful for taking notes.)• Complete the 4-Square Graphic Organizer as a group.
Literacy Standards Jigsaw Literacy Reading Literacy Writing Standards Standards• Assignments • Assignments – Key Ideas & Details – Text Types & Purposes – Craft & Structure – Production & Distribution of Writing – Integration of Knowledge & Ideas – Research to Build & Present Knowledge
DRAFT IT Standards Jigsaw• Assignments – Sources of Information – Technology as a Tool – Research Process – Safety and Ethical Concerns
DRAFTLiteracy Standards for Reading
DRAFTLiteracy Standards for Writing
DRAFT Create your own Word Cloud• www.wordle.net• www.tagxedo.com• www.tagul.com• How might you use word clouds with your students?
Self-Assessment Present Future1. I’ve never heard of this. • Look through2. I’ve heard about this, but CCSS/NCES for just haven’t tried it. examples that align with3. I’ve tried this once or the literacy standards and twice. make personal notes.4. I’ve tried this several • Identify 1-3 areas for times. growth.5. This is an integral part of my classroom
DRAFT Collaborative Brainstorming/Planning• With a partner, look at the lesson plans you’ve brought . Record your responses at www.tinyurl.com/lcs612literacy – Identify ways in which you currently implement the Literacy & IT standards – Brainstorm ways in which you can integrate Literacy & IT standards – Set a goal for integrating these standards into at least one lesson/unit before the end of this year.
DRAFT Other Tech Resources• Verizon Thinkfinity - http://www.thinkfinity.org (especially the following ReadWriteThink interactives: Essay Map, Persuasion Map, Notetaker, Webbing Tool, Doodle Splash)• Intel Engage - http://engage.intel.com/community/teachersengage/ Bruce Ketcham facilitates a WCS community on Intel• Web 2.0 tools listed on regional wiki
DRAFT Books• Content Matters: A Disciplinary Literacy Approach to Improving Student Learning edited by Stephanie. M. McConachie & Anthony R. Petrosky• Disciplinary Literacy: Redefining Deep Understanding and Leadership for 21st-Century Demands by Thomasina Piercy & William Piercy• Literacy is Not Enough: 21st Century Fluencies for the Digital Age by Lee Crockett, Ian Jukes & Andrew Churches• Digital Citizenship in Schools by Mike Ribble• Curriculum 21: Essential Education for a Changing World edited by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
DRAFT Final Reflection• http://tinyurl.com/lcs612literacyreflection• Responses will be shared with school and district leaders to provide follow-up support.