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Extra credit webinar 2 LIST 4373

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This webinar (45 minutes) covers topics that relate to elementary literacy instruction.

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Extra credit webinar 2 LIST 4373

  1. 1. LIST 4373 OPTIONALEXTRACREDIT WEBINAR 2 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 2015 OR RECORDED SESSION *Learning in real-time! This class has many synchronous [real- time] learning opportunities. Recordings will be available of all webinars. Start time: 7:00 pm, CST [please login 10-15 minutes early] Chat window 1. All: *Type a greeting in the chat window to your classmates!  2. Optional: If you arrive (login) early, we will be doing informal chat in the chat window about your favorite authors and books to use to teach reading and writing (children’s books and/orYoung Adult authors). We will also be chatting about your own favorite books and authors. “What have you been reading lately?” All private chat is visible to the professor! Please leave audio/talk button off the entire webinar. Thanks!  Dr. Semingson in Dallas
  2. 2. You can save the chat window at the end of the webinar 1. Top left corner 2. FileSaveChat 3. Name the file 1. Save on your computer
  3. 3. Tech Support for Webinars (24/7) ▪ Tech support (24/7) for the webinars ▪ If you are having trouble logging in to the sessions ▪ 1 (877) 382-2293 ▪ (Blackboard Collaborate)
  4. 4. Webinar Goals and Objectives Students in Webinar 2 in LIST 4373 will…. • Gain confidence with webinar tools. • Discuss key concepts and ideas in the chat window. • Analyze, observe, and discuss big ideas and tips for lesson planning. • Define and discuss guided reading lessons. • Share ideas about teaching guided reading and building background knowledge. • Enjoy learning about literacy   [affective goal] • TIP: Use emotions in the chat window, if you wish! 
  5. 5. Questions?
  6. 6. Textbook reminders
  7. 7. POLL: Phonics Statement: I was taught to read with a phonics approach. If yes, tell what that was like in the chat window. Green check (yes) Red X (no)
  8. 8. Interactive Game. Which term am I talking about???? • Phonemic Awareness • Phonics • Fluency • Vocabulary • Comprehension • Read Aloud • Shared Reading • Guided Reading • Partner Reading • Independent Reading
  9. 9. Scaffolding! I do We do You do *Vygotsky Read to Read with Read by
  10. 10. General Tips on Success with Lesson Planning!!! • Web Tour • http://www.readwritethink.org/ • *A fabulous resource! • What resources related to literacy do you see? • How are lesson plans structured? • How is a lesson plan like a “recipe”? • Notice the type of language used (third person, step-by- step, procedural directions). • Focus on preparation (e.g., materials needed).
  11. 11. Overview of Guided Reading Teaching active reading • Guided reading: small group. Can focus on: decoding, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension.
  12. 12. Big Ideas about Strategic Reading • Explicit instruction • Comprehending vs. comprehension (active process vs. assessing) • Need to help students activate their schema or background knowledge. • DISCUSS • What are ways to help students activate their background knowledge??
  13. 13. Big Ideas about Strategic Reading • Explicit instruction • Comprehending vs comprehension (active process vs. assessing) • Need to help students activate their schema.
  14. 14. • Use an anchor chart for your teaching focus. Explicitly teach the what, why, when, and how of your teaching focus. Students should know what it is they are learning and why it is important. This is the case for all of your teaching all day long, in fact.
  15. 15. Matching text with the reader • Be prepared for each group with a text matched at the students’ reading level. • Leveling charts
  16. 16. Guided Reading Lesson Plan Format • Pull up lesson plan format tempate to review • Planning sheet to get started • Selecting a book • Should be 2nd-6th grade • Comprehension focus, not decoding • Can be fiction or non-fiction • Can use a chapter from a chapter book • Lesson is small-group (20-30 minutes)
  17. 17. Planning Sheet- GRLP • Teaching focus (comprehension that aligns with Figure 19) • Pick one: main idea/get the gist, connecting (pick one: T- S, T-T, T-W), drawing conclusions (making inferences), self-monitoring, predicting/confirming (can do a t-chart), questioning /wondering (good for non-fiction); Find this in Figure 19
  18. 18. Background of Book and selecting a book Title of book/author: Level (Scholastic book wizard, databases): Big themes (3-4): Tier 2 vocabulary (high-utility) (5-7 words)-back of page 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  19. 19. Introduction Introduction (2 + paragraphs written out as a script) genre: Text structure/features to point out tricky concepts a personal connection you have your own (teacher) background knowledge a brief overview of the story without giving it away setting a purpose for reading (“Let’s read to find out…”). Have about 8-10 “stopping points”. Students read silently.
  20. 20. Modeling and guided practice (the heart of the lesson) Modeling/”I do”: How will you, the teacher, model the teaching focus (e.g., anchor chart, explicit instruction, thinking aloud) Guided Practice/ “We do”: How will you, the teacher, model the teaching focus (e.g., main idea, etc.) and then turn over practice of the teaching focus to the students?
  21. 21. Anchor Chart:Avisual This “looks like” a small poster you create These are on Pinterest, etc. but please make your own anchor chart for this course! • You will be creating a comprehension anchor chart • -main idea (get the gist) • Connecting (T-T, T-S, T-W)-pick one only • Drawing conclusion/inferencing • Self-monitoring • Visualizing • Other strategies from Figure 19
  22. 22. • Use an anchor chart for your teaching focus. Explicitly teach the what, why, when, and how of your teaching focus. Students should know what it is they are learning and why it is important. This is the case for all of your teaching all day long, in fact.
  23. 23. Matching text with the reader • Be prepared for each group with a text matched at the students’ reading level. • Leveling charts
  24. 24. Guided Reading Lesson Plan Format • Go ahead and pick a book!!!! • Planning sheet to get started • Selecting a book • Should be 2nd-6th grade • Comprehension focus, not decoding • Can be fiction or non-fiction • Can use a chapter from a chapter book • Lesson is small-group (20-30 minutes)
  25. 25. Q/A
  26. 26. Goals/Looking ahead/Reflecting: Respond to one of these prompts in the chat window • What is a goal you have for the class and managing your own learning in an online course? • What were your thoughts on the webinar?
  27. 27. Reward yourself! To-do lists work! (checklists) Break the task down into a lot of little things to do! Then cross them off as you complete them. Set a timer to work/write. Reward yourself! Type in chat window. What are your rewards to yourself for working hard? Dr. S’s: coffee and scone!
  28. 28. Encouragement • Keep going! • Reward yourself • Finish assignments early. • Resources on Blackboard! • Contact Dr. S if needed!

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