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Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
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Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
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Taking a Bite out of Common Core
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Taking a Bite out of Common Core
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Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
Taking a Bite out of Common Core
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Taking a Bite out of Common Core

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Common Core and the Discovery Education

Common Core and the Discovery Education

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  • 1. INSPIRING
  • 2. Taking a Bite Out of theCommon CoreMike  BryantDirector  Instruc2onal  Implementa2onmichael_bryant@discovery.com
  • 3. http://p21.org
  • 4. Synthesizing Disciplined arraying information to make mastery of key subjects sense to self and others Respectful Ethicalseeking to understand differences striving toward good work and good citizenship Creating beyond existing knowledge and syntheses to pose new questions
  • 5. What  jumps  out  at  you?    
  • 6. The ShiftInformational larger than literature 50% of text read should be informational by 4th grade 55% by 8th grade 70% by 11th grade Career and college ready Writing, Reading, Media and Arguments
  • 7. http://www.wired.com/magazine/2011/05/ff_jobsessay
  • 8. What is textin the techbook?
  • 9. At the Core Getting to Know Complex texts eBooks Primary SourcesRange of disciplines Reading Passages Wide-ranging Interactive glossary Reference Guide vocabulary Self-directed Assignments AssignmentsSeeking out resources Student Center Student Center to assist them
  • 10. Reading Passages and Pre-Reading Read Titles and Subtitles Study Photos and Captions Look for Bold or ItalicizeWords Read First and Last Sentences of Paragraphs
  • 11. 1. An axis is an invisible line through the center of an object.2. To a scientist, one day is how long it takes Earth to rotate, or spin, once on its axis.3. The axis is an imaginary line through the part that is touching the ground.4. It takes Earth 24 hours to rotate once on its axis.5. Different planets rotate at different speeds.6. As Earth rotates, different parts of Earth face the sun.7. This causes the cycle of day and night.8. An axis is an invisible line through the center of an object.9. When a part of Earth is facing the sun, it is daytime there.10. It takes Venus 243 days, or about 8 months, to rotate once.
  • 12. Interesting Important
  • 13. At the Core Base of Reading Passages Reading Passages knowledge Videos Videos across wide Explorations Primary Sourcesrange of subject matter ... Investigations Reading Passages/ Reading Passages Read eBooks with Interactive Document Based purposefully Science Journals Investigations Scientific ExplanationsRefine and share Writing Prompts Enduring Debates through writing Paper Slide Videos Projects and speaking Digital stories
  • 14. AEIOUAdjective, Emotion, Interest, Oh!, Umm?
  • 15. Value evidence
  • 16. Enduring Debates
  • 17. Enduring Debates
  • 18. At the Core Adapt for Science Journals Writing Prompts audience, Writing Prompts Document Basedtask , purpose BCRS Investigationsand discipline Projects BCRs & ECRs Nuances Interactive glossary Reference guide Scientific Explanations Primary SourcesDifferent types Virtual and Hands-on Secondary Sources of evidence Labs Historical Perspectives Science Sleuths
  • 19. Glogster EDU
  • 20. http://www.fakeiphonetext.com
  • 21. Hands-On Activity Summary
  • 22. Hands-On Activity Summary Conclusion = Main Idea
  • 23. Hands-On Activity Summary Did you all make the same recommendation about City Hall? Is there more than one good plan? Did any factors other than damage risk influence your decisions?
  • 24. RAFT - Role Audience Format Topic
  • 25. RAFT - Role Audience Format Topic
  • 26. RAFT - Role Audience Format Topic
  • 27. At the Core Science Journals Writing PromptsEngaged, open- Writing Prompts Source Analysisminded and ask Note-taking Historical Perspectives questions Peer Review Student Sleuth
  • 28. At the Core Student Center Citations Student Center Scientific Explanations Citations Virtual andUse and cite Videos Hands-on Labs specific Primary Sources Mythbusters evidence Reading Passages Science Sleuths Document Based Videos, Reading Investigations passages, ...
  • 29. GIST (Generating Interaction between Schemata and Text)➡Summarizing➡Filter by Important vs Interesting
  • 30. GIST (Generating Interaction between Schemata and Text)➡Summarizing➡Filter by Important vs Interesting
  • 31. Compare and Contrast
  • 32. Compare and Contrast
  • 33. Compare and Contrast
  • 34. Compare and Contrast
  • 35. Taking a Bite Out of theCommon CoreMike  BryantDirector  Instruc2onal  Implementa2onmichael_bryant@discovery.com 2nyurl.com/denconnect

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