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  • Click on the picture for a link to the Discovery Disc CD ROM for Level 2. Explore the reading, song and games for Unit 10 using the Mimio The new Discovery Discs: include games, stories, and animated songs so that children can continue exploring the world of Hats On Top outside the classroom, as well as a helpful user guide for parents with extra activities.
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  • Notes : Hats On Top is more of an enhanced edition rather than a new edition, because the series has been so successful, we wanted to retain the popular features and the elements that work well in the series, but also bring it up to date with a suite of engaging, user-friendly digital components So what’s new about Hats On Top ? First of all, it’s best to think of it as a digitally enhanced edition of Hats On, rather than a new edition – mostly because Hats On has been so successful, and we don’t want to fix things that aren’t broken!
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  • Introduce and greet the characters and sing the Hello song…
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  • Hats on top 2013

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    2. 2. What is reading ? • It’s a process. • We make sense of letters, pictures, charts, organization of text. • The heart of reading is comprehension.
    3. 3. What is comprehension? • Getting meaning from what we read.
    4. 4. Answer these questions: a) What do you need to know in order to read? b) What do you need to be able to do in order to be able to read. c) What might get in the way of learning to read?
    5. 5. Framework for Reading DECODING COMPREHENSION Word Recognition Strategies Fluency Academic Language Comprehension Strategies Conceptsofprint PhonemeAwareness(41) Phonics Sight Words Automaticity Background Knowledge Vocabulary Syntax and Text Structure Comprensión Monitoring (Re)organizingText MOTIVATION (pleasure, purpose, joy, success) ELD as needed
    6. 6. July 2010 6 Vocabulary, Grammar, Spelling, & skills Science, Math, Social studies, Art, Physical Development, etc. simultaneouslysimultaneously
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    8. 8. Which does not mean early reading!! Early Literacy
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    11. 11. Concepts about print (print awareness)
    12. 12. July 2010 12 (BOYS) Hello, girls, hello! Hello, girls, hello! Hello, girls, hello, Hello, hello, hello! (GIRLS) Hello, boys, hello! Hello, boys, hello! Hello, boys, hello! Hello, hello, hello! (BOYS AND GIRLS) Hello, Teacher, hello! Hello, Teacher, hello! Hello, Teacher, hello! Hello, hello, hello!
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    31. 31. interactive stories animated songs and games area for parents
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    37. 37. July 2010 39 All you really need is a good idea & a box! …and probably some of these!
    38. 38. The website contains additional class and professional development resources to support teachers, including:  Teacher training videos on areas such as Very Young Learners and Literacy.  Print and Play Pictures that can be used in language activities.  A School Readiness Handbook, highlighting activities in Hats On Top that are good indicators of school readiness, and checklists across various developmental areas.  A guide to using drama and puppets in the classroom.  Teacher resources including test builders and assessments, Make and Take sheets, Take Home activities, song lyrics and black line masters.  Monthly Planners
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    41. 41. July 2010 48 Components
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    43. 43. BabyBaby SamSam CassieCassie DadDad MomMom
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    46. 46. July 2010 53 Language & Communication Personal & Social Development Mathematical Thinking Physical Development & Health Discovery & Knowledge of the World Creative & Artistic Expression Language, Communication & Early Literacy Social Studies Math Health Science Art
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