Reading-Writing "Tech-shop:" Literacy in an 1:1 Classroom

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Changing the traditional Reading Workshop model with technology.

Originally given at CUE Conference, Palm Springs 3/14

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Reading-Writing "Tech-shop:" Literacy in an 1:1 Classroom

  1. 1. CarpeEdTech.weebly.com LITERACY IN A 1:1 CLASSROOM READING-WRITING “TECHSHOP" CUE 2014
  2. 2. CarpeEdTech.weebly.com http://www.nationmultimedia.com/national/Anti-cheating-hats-will-not-be-used-again-universi-30212839.html
  3. 3. CarpeEdTech.weebly.com http://www.pinterest.com/pin/287597126178847804/
  4. 4. THE BEGINNING +
  5. 5. OUR STUDENTS “65% of grade school kids will end up at jobs that haven’t been invented yet.” ! -US Department of Labor: Futurework- Trends and Challenges for Work in the 21st Century.
  6. 6. 21ST CENTURY S K I L L S Communicate Clearly Collaborate with Others Think Interdependently Think Creatively Work Creatively with Others Implement Innovations Apply Past Knowledge to New Situations Think Critically Make Judgments and Decisions Ask Questions Solve Problems Guide and Lead Others Be Responsible to Yourself and Others Solve Problems Metacognition Reflect and Synthesize Adapt to Change Think and Learn Flexibly Manage Goals and Time Be a Risk-Taker Be Self-Directed Learners Persist Despite Setbacks Be Curious Learn Continuously Interact Effectively with Others Work Effectively in Diverse Teams Find Humor Manage Projects
  7. 7. “__________ far preferable to bursts of reading as the sun sets on the night before a reading log is due.” ~ Donalyn Miller
  8. 8. THE 20 MINUTE BEGINNING Stamina In One School Year 1800000 1350000 900000 450000 0 Student A Student B Student C (Nagy & Herman, 1987) 282,000 8,000 1,800,000
  9. 9. “Our results strongly suggest! that a most effective way to produce large-scale vocabulary growth is through an activity that is all too often interrupted in the process of reading instruction: …” READING (Nagy & Herman, 1987)
  10. 10. LITERACY BLOCK Read Aloud Workshop Groups
  11. 11. SHARED READING • READ ALOUD • BLOGGING GLOBAL READ ALOUD
  12. 12. GAUGING PROGRESS • STAR • CURRENT LEVEL
  13. 13. ACCELERATED READER
  14. 14. 1,000,000
  15. 15. BOOK REVIEWS
  16. 16. ORAL READING
  17. 17. W O R K S H O P L E T T E R S
  18. 18. SHOWING COMPREHENSION
  19. 19. FEEDBACK & DIFFERENTIATION
  20. 20. AUDIENCE OF THEIR PEERS
  21. 21. STATUS OF THE CLASS
  22. 22. READING TOGETHER Web App Edmodo
  23. 23. LOGGING IN
  24. 24. CURATING CONTENT
  25. 25. • Newsela • DOGO News • Science News for kids • Overdrive/ Library
  26. 26. CLOSE READING
  27. 27. Icons
  28. 28. THE POWER OF PEERS
  29. 29. S P E C S ACADEMIC COMMENTS pecific to the topic unctuation vidence from the text onsiderate of the audience entences, at least 2
  30. 30. ! Specific Have you ever had a dream like this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7RgN9ijwE4 Jun 2, 2011 - Uploaded by mrblueangeldood
  31. 31. “Sunday school had ended, and several of us… were sitting in the church basement… everything went dark, and the air was filled with dust and the smell of dynamite. I could hear adults screaming upstairs.” That’s sad!!!!! :( :( :( http://kidsinbirmingham1963.org/its-a-place-ill-be-drawn-to-for-the-rest-of-my-life/ “It’s really scary that this all happened in the basement, because there could have been a lot more people in there and it could have killed more people too. This is one of the worst stories I had ever heard, I would think church is a safe place but I guess not. “ ~Maddy
  32. 32. CLOSER READING
  33. 33. ASSIGNMENTS
  34. 34. COMMON CORE
  35. 35. ACROSS THE CURRICULUM
  36. 36. STUDENT EDCAMPS
  37. 37. “If students are sharing their work with the world they want it to be good! If they are just sharing it with the teacher, they want it to be good enough.” ~Rushton Hurley
  38. 38. CONNECT Dena Glynn • Twitter: @Glynn_ed • Email: dglynn@powayusd.com • Blog & Resources: CarpeEdTech.weebly.com

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