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Using Subtext to Engage Readers & Support the Common Core (#CUE13)

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Dena Glynn (Poway Unified) and Heidi Perry (Subtext) present on using Subtext to build more actively engaged readers and support the Common Core standards for ELA. This presentation was given at CUE13 …

Dena Glynn (Poway Unified) and Heidi Perry (Subtext) present on using Subtext to build more actively engaged readers and support the Common Core standards for ELA. This presentation was given at CUE13 in Palm Springs.

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  • 1. SUBTEXT ‘Using Subtext to Engage Readers & Support the Common Core’ Heidi Perry,VP Product, Subtext Dena Glynn, 4th/5th Teacher, Poway Unified CUE 2013Saturday, March 16, 13
  • 2. Collaborative Reading Service for K12 Classrooms Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V • Free on iPad and Edmodo (More platforms soon) • ELA/Social Studies/History/Science; 4th through 12th • Read almost anything together: Mix of fiction, non-fiction, web articles, any ePub • Build more actively engaged readersSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 3. Common Core + Subtext Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V Close reading Prep for good & critical writing during analysis, right in reading! the pages Vocabulary & Comprehension Figurative & Collaboration LanguageSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 4. Follow Along in Subtext Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V On iPad: • Get Subtext in the App Store (www.bit.ly/GetSubtext) • Tap ‘+’ and Join with group code: RXAQAWEV On Web: • Slides to be posted on our blog at www.subtext.com/blog and on edmodo.com/publisher/subtextSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 5. Why Subtext? Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V Digital Learners 21st Century Rich Skills Media Learning & Innovation Skills: Communication & CollaborationSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 6. SAMR Model for Technology Integration Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V SUBTEXTSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 7. What Students Have to Say Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E VSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 8. BOOK + WEBPAGE EPUB Transforming the reading experience Class pic Reading in the book together!Saturday, March 16, 13
  • 9. It’s all Within the Text Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V • Discussion Points • Take Quizzes • Answer Polls • Highlight Icons • Google • Web links, photos, videoSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 10. Student Discussion & Support Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V B All in real time! ASaturday, March 16, 13
  • 11. Saving Teachers Time Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V Anecdotal Notes A Assessments C Text Track progress BSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 12. Find Web Articles Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V searchSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 13. Differentiation Whole class/ Great Sites: small group • National Geo Reading levels • DOGO News • GoGo News Text • Tween Tribute Test results • Science News • East of the Web Target (short stories) specific skills SubjectsSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 14. Key Ideas & Details Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V RL.1 & RIT.1 RL.1 & RIT.1 Cite text Read closely & make evidence inferences RL.2 & RIT.2 Determine RL.3 & RIT.3 central ideas & How do people, theme events, & ideas develop over a text?Saturday, March 16, 13
  • 15. Key Ideas & Details Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V Literature InformationalSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 16. Craft & Structure Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V RL.5 & RIT.5 Analyze the structure of texts RL.7 & RIT.7 Analyze how specific word choices shape meaning or tone RL.6 & RIT.6 Think about how point of view affects the contentSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 17. Craft & Structure Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V Informational LiteratureSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 18. Integration of Knowledge & Ideas Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V RL.7 & RIT.7 Compare and contrast content presented across diverse media RL.8 & RIT.8 Evaluate a text’s argument and claims based on presented evidence RL.9 & RIT.9 Analyze how significant historical and literary texts address related themes to build cross-textualSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 19. Integration of Knowledge & Ideas Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V Informational LiteratureSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 20. Range of Reading & Text Complexity Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V RL & RI 10 Read a range of Subtext lets you literary nonfiction easily find and independently and mix fiction and proficiently non-fiction with your classSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 21. Range of Reading & Text Complexity Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V Fiction Non-FictionSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 22. From Reading to Writing Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V W.1, W.2, W.3 W.6 Text Types & Production & Distribution of Purposes: Write Writing: Use technology, arguments & support including the Internet, to claims using valid produce and publish writing reasoning and evidence. and to interact and collaborate with others.Saturday, March 16, 13
  • 23. From Reading to Writing Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V Subtext Book Blog prompts predictions or blog posts at end of every chapterSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 24. From Reading to Writing (Google Docs) Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E VSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 25. Collaboration & Comprehension Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V Share ideas and evaluate information across multiple communication Evaluate a speaker’s modes point of view, reasoning, and use of evidence and rhetoric Collaborate with partners, build on others’ ideas & express your own clearlySaturday, March 16, 13
  • 26. Collaboration & Comprehension Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V Conversations and collaboration with diverse partnersSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 27. Language Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V L.1, L.2 Demonstrate command of English L.7 grammar conventions Independence in vocabulary acquisition VOCAB L.4 Clarify meaning of words, especially those with double meaning L.5 Understand figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meaningSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 28. Language Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V Every time they are responding in Subtext, they are working on this :) Understand figurative language, word relationships, and nuances in word meaningSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 29. Vocabulary Acquisition & Use Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V Using context for word, Greek/Latin, reference materials Interpret figurative language...idioms, word meanings, etc.Saturday, March 16, 13
  • 30. Questions? Join CUE group: R X A Q A W E V Dena Glynn Heidi Perry (Booth 355) Poway Unified Subtext dglynn@powayusd.com heidi@subtext.com www.subtext.com twitter.com/readwithsubtext edmodo.com/publisher/subtextSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 31. Using Subtext with Edmodo (Only Teacher needs a Tablet) Free Edmodo app Syncs Edmodo class groups Allows Edmodo login on iPad (must install Edmodo app first) Teachers can annotate on iPad; Students can reply on the Web Follow us: edmodo.com/ publisher/subtextSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 32. Edmodo Step 1 - Note or Prompt is shared to Stream See Melinda Pierce’s Teacher Presentation & Video about Subtext + Edmodo at subtext.com/blogSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 33. Edmodo Step 2 - Kids reply in Edmodo App on Web (Convo syncs on web/iPad) See Melinda Pierce’s Teacher Presentation & Video about Subtext + Edmodo at subtext.com/blogSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 34. Edmodo App Content Discovery - Find Free & Common Core BooksSaturday, March 16, 13
  • 35. Edmodo App Content Discovery - CollectionsSaturday, March 16, 13