Comprehending Classrooms: Maui Literacy Institute Day 1

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Comprehending Classrooms: Maui Literacy Institute Day 1

  1. 1. UnderstandingUnderstanding Copyright Angela Maiers 2008
  2. 2. Copyright Angela Maiers 2008 Pathways toPathways to UnderstandingUnderstanding
  3. 3. ConditionsConditions ofof LearningLearning Copyright Angela Maiers 2008
  4. 4. Copyright Angela Maiers 2008 Anticipate & Respond 4 Words on: Pathways to Understanding (Pt U)
  5. 5. • Mini Lesson( 10-15 min) • Application • Sharing “Private Practice” Conferencing “Small Group” Guidance
  6. 6. Copyright Angela Maiers 2008
  7. 7. Copyright Angela Maiers 2008
  8. 8. Copyright Angela Maiers 2008
  9. 9. Copyright Angela Maiers 2008
  10. 10. Copyright Angela Maiers 2008
  11. 11. Copyright Angela Maiers 2008
  12. 12. Copyright Angela Maiers 2008
  13. 13. Copyright Angela Maiers 2008 Pt U: # 1 Modeled
  14. 14. Copyright Angela Maiers 2008 Modeled Pt U: # 2 Shared
  15. 15. Modeled Shared Copyright Angela Maiers 2008 Pt U: # 3 Guided
  16. 16. Modeled Shared Guided Pt U: # 4 Independence Copyright Angela Maiers 2008
  17. 17. Copyright Angela Maiers 2008 Independent Practice Shared Instruction Modeled Instruction Guided Practice (You Watch) (Togethe r!) (I Watch/Guide) (Reflect) T E A C H Adapted from Doug Fisher, 2008
  18. 18. Modeled Shared Guided Copyright Angela Maiers 2008 Independence
  19. 19. Modeled Shared Guided Practice Independence!
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  32. 32. Copyright Angela Maiers 2008 • Maximize Teaching Time • Create Flow • Scaffold Reading/Writing
  33. 33. Copyright Angela Maiers 2008 • What goes on? • What is effective use? • What would a visitor see/hear?
  34. 34. RR OO UU TT II NN EE
  35. 35. • Mini Lesson( 10-15 min) • Reading Application • Sharing “Private Practice” Conferencing “Small Group” Guidance
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  37. 37. Book vs. Reader
  38. 38. Mini Lesson( 10-15 min) • Skills and Strategies (competencies) • Genre (extensive and intensive) • Sustainable Habits and Behaviors (life long learning)
  39. 39. Breadth and Depth
  40. 40. F a ir y T a le s R e a lis tic t a le s T r ic k s te r ta le s P o u r q u o i t a le s C u m u la t iv e t a le s E p ic s L e g e n d s F a b le s M y t h s T a ll t a le s T r a d itio n a l F o lk t a le s S c ie n c e F ic t io n F a n t a sy F a n ta s y H is t o r ic a l F ic tio n R e a lis tic F ic t io n R e a lis m F ic tio n R e c r e a t io n M a t h e m a t ic s S c ie n c e A r ts L a n g u a g e H e a lth S o c ia l S tu d ie s/ Is s u e s In fo r m a tio n a l M e m o ir A u t o b io g r a p h y B io g r a p h y N o n - F ic tio n L it e r a t u r e
  41. 41. Structure of ReadingStructure of Reading WorkshopWorkshop Mini-Lesson: (15-20 minutes) – Modeled Read: Think Aloud, Interactive Read Aloud – Shared Reading: Using enlarged text so students are able to watch you manipulate text in some way. Readers Reading (40-60) TEACHER: Small Group Guided Instruction STUDENTS: Independent Learning Tasks Independent Reading/Conferencing (15)
  42. 42. The purpose of this lesson is… to help students learn how to______________ (strategy, genre, habitude) in order to ___________________________ by reading/writing/doing __________________ I’ll know they’ve learned it by,when ________________________________ PERFECT LESSON PLAN
  43. 43. TOTO UNDERSTANDUNDERSTAND
  44. 44. Getting theGetting the BIGBIG IDEAIDEA
  45. 45. the part of a book, magazine, argument, film, poem, text,the part of a book, magazine, argument, film, poem, text, etc… that articulatesetc… that articulates the authors messagethe authors message oror ideas about the underlying topic or theme which may orideas about the underlying topic or theme which may or may not be explicitly stated.may not be explicitly stated. BIG IDEA…BIG IDEA…
  46. 46. Lessons inLessons in ComprehensionComprehension
  47. 47. InferringInferring ImagingImaging QuestioningQuestioning MonitoringMonitoring SynthesizingSynthesizing Using SchemaUsing Schema Det. ImportanceDet. Importance
  48. 48. The process of reading is not a half asleep… Walt Whittman The reader must beThe reader must be ACTIVE.ACTIVE.
  49. 49. ACTIVEACTIVELiteracyLiteracy
  50. 50. Lessons inLessons in ComprehensionComprehension • Go DeepGo Deep • ReactReact • RespondRespond • ReflectReflect
  51. 51. Response toResponse to TextText
  52. 52. RetellRetell
  53. 53. AnswerAnswer ““Our”Our” QuestioQuestio ns!ns!
  54. 54. CompleteComplete Graphic OrganizeGraphic Organize
  55. 55. ExtensionExtension ““Activity”Activity”
  56. 56. DrawDraw ““Aloud”Aloud”
  57. 57. Topic (theme): Friendship
  58. 58. Building Blocks of Images ELEMENTS OF DESIGN • LINE • SHAPE • DIRECTION • SIZE • TEXTURE • COLOR • VALUE/TONE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN •Harmony •Repetition •Variation •Contrast •Dominance •Gradation
  59. 59. TheThe “Dinner Party“Dinner Party
  60. 60. Going DeepGoing Deep
  61. 61. B.B. S.S. I.I. ook Scene Investigation”ook Scene Investigation”
  62. 62. Enactment StrategiesEnactment Strategies
  63. 63. ReactReact andand RespondRespond
  64. 64. Inside OutsideOutside
  65. 65. Angela MaiersAngela Maiers FamilyFamily FriendsFriends ChildrenChildren TeachersTeachers ReadersReaders AngelaAngela
  66. 66. NCLBNCLB
  67. 67. RReflecteflect
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  70. 70. What So What? Now What?
  71. 71. About Pt. Respons e
  72. 72. Power of Three’s 3 Important Points . . . 3 Sentence Summary _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ 3 Questions ? ? ?
  73. 73. Be…Be… ImpactedImpacted
  74. 74. ImpactImpact OthersOthers
  75. 75. In Service of…In Service of… Meaning!Meaning!
  76. 76. ComprehendingComprehending ClassroomClassroom •Purposeful TalkPurposeful Talk •Independent StudyIndependent Study •ReflectionReflection
  77. 77. PURPOSEFUPURPOSEFU LL TalkTalk
  78. 78. Instead of…Instead of…
  79. 79. How about…How about… •GenreGenre •CraftCraft •StrategieStrategie ss •BehaviorBehavior
  80. 80. 92 ReflectionReflection

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