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  • Lisa 8:50 Purpose: The 4 C’s are 21 st century skills. Each is embodied in the 21 st century rainbow that are you all familiar with. Talking points: The 4 C’s really are some of the 21 st century skills and they tie the arts into the common core. So how do the arts fit in the CC? The arts provide for and reinforce the skills that allow students to be problem solvers and then demonstrate their learning via the outcomes established by their teachers in the form of projects. BUT HERE is how we tie the arts into Common Core… Please take a minute to talk with your tablemates about the big “ aha ’ s ” you see in this picture. At the heart of this picture are two key words ARTS INTEGRATION.
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  • Lisa Add story from book……highlighted
  • Lisa 9:00 Intent: Explain what arts integration is… Talking points: Arts integration as defined by the Kennedy Center. What is it? This does NOT mean you are expected to master the art of teaching the arts. You won’t be teaching how to do a plie, use charcoal to sketch a replica of the Statue of David, or even sing holiday songs on key while playing the piano. Let’s see some examples of arts integration so we better understand what it is…
  • Talking points: Kinders drawing and writing – its such a focus of who they are and what they do….and the most important things we learn, we learned in kindergarten. So perhaps this move to CCSS is really all about those best practices of kinder teachers! In this pic – “My little leprechaun can fly in the sky.”
  • Talking points: Here a 3 rd grade student has worked on the ELA/ELD standard of homophones
  • Talking points: Here a 4 th grade book report that incorporates freehand drawing, use of color/shading (visual arts standards) in this example of Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland
  • Talking points: Here another 4 th grader who recreated the cover of a book and had to incorporate the key sections of a story: Characters, plot, climax
  • Talking points: Here a 4 th grade example of prime factoring adding artwork in the form of a cherry tree – with the red cherries as the numbers to be reduced and the green sections being the prime numbers.
  • Talking points : Here is an example of a 5 th grade history report that incorporates history, language arts and arts with a project on the New England colonies using different textures and mediums. Add story from book.
  • 9:15 am ACTIVITY - Lisa Talking Points: We are going to watch a silent video viewing artwork by Dutch post- impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh. You will be asked to reflect on specific elements of Starry Night. Stop Video at 2:18 We want students to be able to use art as a way to practice oral language, writing, math, etc. How do the skills of description transfer across content areas?
  • Lisa 9:20 Intent : Participants will discuss how skills of description transfer across content areas. Talking Points: Share responses in table groups. Share whole group in both rooms. Curriculum Leadership Council 2011-2012 CLC General Session February 2, 2012
  • Nora 9:22 Talk with an elbow partner – how do YOU think the arts tie into 21 st century learning? What we have not discussed is HOW THE ARTS TIE INTO THE 21 st century skills and with the Common Core. What are the 4 C’s and how do they tie in?
  • Lisa 9:25 The Partnership for 21 st Century skills focuses on certain skills that they feel those of us in education should focus on to ensure student readiness for the workplace and post-secondary studies. Arts integration is central to the work proposed by Partnership – supporting career and life skills, tying to info and media technology, both the learning process and innovative approaches to it….as well as tying to all of the core subjects.
  • 9:30 Tie in how these principles out of Project ZERO have been adopted by arts teachers nationwide…and how what the arts teachers are teaching are really life skills – give examples of each, starting with developing craft…and go around the circle. Add story from book.
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  • Nora Talking points: Students in the Alum Rock School District were part of an interdisciplinary banner project whereby they raised the funds, made presentations in the community, shared the design process at the ArtSplash event at Montalvo last April, and then put banners up in the Alum Rock area from their unique cultural designs. Curriculum Leadership Council 2011-2012 CLC General Session February 2, 2012
  • Nora Talking Points: The banner project integrates ideas of tessellations that can link back to the Syrian Tile Pattern Curriculum Leadership Council 2011-2012 CLC General Session February 2, 2012
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  • Rich Arts Experiences

    1. 1. The Why and How of IntegratingRich Art Experiences into Instruction for English Learners: What’s Good for EL’s is Good for All! Presented by: Dr. Lisa Gonzales, Ed.D. Coordinator Santa Clara County Office of Education Nora GuerraDirector of Educational Innovation & Development Oak Grove School District
    2. 2. Outcomes Provide an overview of the changes in ELA/ELD standards with Common Core How the changes impact EL students The role of the 4 C’s for EL students & all The value of the arts for EL’s and all Model programs – Oak Grove & Alum Rock School Districts
    3. 3. Changes with CCSS Students must be able to:  Engage with complex, informational text  Use evidence in writing and research  Work collaboratively to present ideas and communicate multiple perspectives
    4. 4. Overview of California ELD Standards Describe the knowledge skills, and abilities in English as a new language that are expected at exit from each proficiency level. Exit descriptors signal high expectations for ELs to progress through all levels and to attain the academic English language they need to access and engage with grade-level content in all content areas.
    5. 5. Challenges of New CCSS for EL Students  Require systemic, district-wide approaches to curriculum design & instructional delivery  Focus has to be on language development AND content  CCSS are great at bridging gaps that have existed between language acquisition and content proficiency  ELs will need support to participate in activities that simultaneously develop conceptual understanding of content and language use.
    6. 6. Instructional Shifts To Improve ELL’s Language & Content Learning
    7. 7. Instructional Shifts To Improve ELL’s Language & Content Learning
    8. 8. Instructional Shifts To Improve ELL’s Language & Content Learning
    9. 9. Examples of Teacher Adaptations Flexible, fluid grouping structures (homogeneous and heterogeneous) Break down difficult tasks into manageable segments Facilitate productive discussions Provide meaningful and appropriate feedback Explicitly modal and support student production of language
    10. 10. IDENTITY LIST DEFINE LABEL MEMORIZE CALCULATE ILLUSTRATE WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY ARRANGE STATE MEASURE TABULATE NAME REPEAT TELL REPORT RECALL RECOGNIZE USE INFER DESIGN QUOTE RECITE CATEGORIZE MATCH CONNECT COLLECT AND DISPLAY LEVEL ONE IDENTIFY PATTERNS (Recall) SYNTHESIZE GRAPH ORGANIZE LEVEL LEVEL CLASSIFY CONSTUCT FOUR DESCRIBE TWO How the Arts Have APPLY CONCEPTS EXPLAIN SEPARATE MODIFY (Extended (Skill/Meaning in Common Thinking) INTERPRET Concept) CAUSE/EFFECT PREDICT CRITIQUE Core ESTIMATE INTERPRET COMPARE DISTINGUISH ANALYZE LEVEL THREE RELATE Strategic Thinking USE CONTEXT CUES CREATE MAKE OBSERVATIONS REVISE ASSESS DEVELOP A LOGICAL ARGUMENT SUMMARIZE PROVE APPRISE CONSTRUCT SHOW USE CONCEPTS TO SOLVE NON-ROUTINE PROBLEMS CRITIQUE COMPARE EXPLAIN PHENOMENA IN TERMS OF CONCEPTS FORMULATE INVESTIGATE DRAW CONCLUSIONS HYPOTHESIZE DIFFERENTIATE CITE EVIDENCE
    11. 11.  2010 CBEDS data showed only 16.4% of students in free/reduced meal programsWhy Is This An Issue? are enrolled in VAPA courses  Or…..83.6% of students enrolled in VAPA programs are not of low-socioeconomic status  Lower income children have fewer arts options in school; less disposable income to engage in after-school study
    12. 12. But there’s more… Attention only to the impact of poverty limits how educators approach the whole child Language and culture affirm positive traits of heritage, identity, and resilience which energize a child’s ability to learn, make meaning, create, contribute Recent CA statewide research – CA middle schools who teach a majority of Latino, African American and American Indian students are far less likely to provide arts with reduced budgets
    13. 13. This is a video from YouTube –http://youtu.be/h_pWZBOR4ec
    14. 14. Discussion QuestionDiscuss with others near you:How do the skills of description transfer acrosscontent areas?How is this good for EL students?How is this good for ALL students?
    15. 15. What is 21st Century Learning?And how do the arts tie in?
    16. 16. Three Modes of Communication Collaborative (engagement in dialogue w/others) Interpretive (comprehension and analysis of written and spoken texts) Productive ( creation of oral presentations and written texts)
    17. 17. Model Programs Elementary Schools:  Integration of arts into daily instructional program  Discrete arts classes during the school day  Extra-curricular VAPA classes after school  Chorus, mariachi, handbell choir  Instrumental music: recorders, band, concerts  Dance class: dance festival  Drama/Theatre class: full-scale musical production  Art & Music appreciation program: showcase
    18. 18. Model Programs Middle Schools:  Integration of VAPA standards into core  Elective courses during the day  After school courses  Chorus, Honor chorus  Visual arts  Band, jazz band, Honor band  Drum corps  Digital photography  Dance  Drama/Theatre
    19. 19. Professional Development for Teachers  Integrating VAPA standards into core curricula  Integrating Arts in Math  Drama/Theater for ELs  Reader’s Theatre  Marion Cilker Arts Really Teach  Montalvo Art Splash  Teacher Action Network  County Arts Network
    20. 20. Partnerships SCCOE Theatre Express SFSU San Jose Repertory Theatre YMCA San Francisco Symphony Ballet San Jose Artists in Residence San Jose Jazz Society San Jose Children’s Museum of Art Bay Area Children’s Art Project
    21. 21. CCSESA – ccsesaarts.org
    22. 22.  Arts Assessment  Arts Curriculum – K-6 and Middle School  Advocacy  Leadership  Arts in After-School ProgramsCCSESA Resources  Professional DevelopmentCcsesaarts.orgClick on “Toolbox”
    23. 23. Review of Our Outcomes Provide an overview of the changes in ELA/ELD standards with Common Core How the changes impact EL students The role of the 4 C’s for EL students & all The value of the arts for EL’s and all Model programs – Oak Grove & Alum Rock School Districts

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