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  • Make note taking device. Provide Booklet!
  • Why Genre Study?
    Understand the components of Literary and Informational genres according to the new ELAR TEKS in both reading and writing.
    Glean appropriate strategies for teaching Literary and Informational reading and writing TEKS.
    Exploring the Meaning of Literary and informational Reading and Writing TEKS
    Give participants a chance to write a personal goal!
  • Find in TEKS Vertical alignment booklet and label LT 1, LT2, LT3, LT4, LT5
  • Now, label the literary books according to the type (form) of fiction….
  • Collect questions - making notes of areas to discuss
  • Chart out K, 1, 2! Implications for instruction?
  • Find in vertical alignment booklet and label IT1, IT2, IT3, IT4….
  • To entertain, inform, or persuade
  • Chart out K, 1, 2! Implications for instruction?
  • Chart out K, 1, 2! Implications for instruction?
  • Why Genre Study?
    Exploring the Meaning of Literary and informational Reading and Writing TEKS
  • LVP- Learn, value, plan
    Two stars and a wish
  • Finalnavy

    1. 1. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Reading and Writing Literary and Informational Text TEKS Genre Study K-2 Presented by Jennifer Ackermann
    2. 2. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Norms • Be fully present and open to learning. • Listen and participate with intention. • Be sensitive to our use of time.
    3. 3. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Parking Lot Questions
    4. 4. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Materials
    5. 5. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Develop a deeper understanding of different genres according to the new ELAR TEKS in both reading and writing Obtain simple ways to infuse genre in planning for instruction Extend genre into meaningful writing tasks Learning Goals
    6. 6. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Language Objective ELPS 3B: Use vocabulary found in the reading and writing Literary and Informational TEKS to communicate during the workshop.
    7. 7. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII • Gain a appreciation for a wide range of texts • Develop common vocabulary for talking and writing about texts • Begin reading texts with a set of expectations • Make evidence-based predictions • Develop preferences as a reader and writer • Recognize the choices an author makes when writing • Compare and contrast texts • Think deeply about what is read • Evaluate the breadth of reading a variety of genres Why Teach Genre?
    8. 8. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Book Sort Books have different features that make them unique! • Sort the books on your table into two stacks: Informational TextLiterary Text
    9. 9. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Literary Text Poetry Drama Fiction Literary Nonfiction Theme and Genre Sensory Language
    10. 10. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Types of Fiction Realistic fiction Legends Myths Tall TalesFolktales Fantasy Historical Fiction Mystery Fairy Tales Science Fiction Fables Now, label the literary books according to the type (form) of fiction….
    11. 11. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Pick One type to Share • How do you know? • What characteristics does this type of genre have? • Who else has this genre? (Hold up books)
    12. 12. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Types of Literary Nonfiction Biography Memoir Autobiography Journal DiaryLiterary Essay
    13. 13. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII What are your grade level expectations?
    14. 14. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Informational Text Sort
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    16. 16. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Informational Text Expository Persuasive Procedural Culture and History
    17. 17. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Consider the author’s purpose... Can you sort the different forms into the three categories below?
    18. 18. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Pick a book and share out…. • The author’s audience and purpose
    19. 19. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII What are your grade level expectations?
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    27. 27. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Pre-Assessment
    28. 28. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII K-2 Writing Literary and Informational Text • How do the writing TEKS mirror the reading TEKS?
    29. 29. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII What are your grade level expectations?
    30. 30. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII What is a Writer’s Notebook?
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    42. 42. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Gain a appreciation for a wide range of texts Develop common vocabulary for talking and writing about texts Begin reading texts with a set of expectations Make evidence-based predictions Develop preferences as a reader and writer Recognize the choices an author makes when writing Compare and contrast texts Think deeply about what is read Evaluate the breadth of reading a variety of genres Why Teach Genre?
    43. 43. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Now what?….Use the resource to help plan for instruction!
    44. 44. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII • 1s will read the section: Chapter 1: Coming to Genre Studies: A Reflection (pgs. 1-2) and reflect on similar experiences • 2s will read the section: Chapter 1: Defining Genre (pgs. 2-4) and summarize the information • 3s will read the section: Chapter 1: Studying Genre in the English or Language Arts Classroom (pgs. 4-5) and list key points • 4s will read the section: Chapter 1: Building on a Literacy Foundation Workshop (pgs. 5-7) define Literacy Workshop in your own words and list implications for teaching genre study within the Literacy Workshop • 5s will read the section: Chapter 1: Selecting Genres for Study in the Classroom (pgs. 7-10) answer how can I use this book as a resource for teaching the ELAR TEKS?
    45. 45. Copyright©2008 Education Service Center Region XIII Develop a deeper understanding of different genres according to the new ELAR TEKS in both reading and writing. Obtain simple ways to infuse genre in planning for instruction Learning Goals
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