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Rdg 680 text set report presentation by darin kimbler


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  1. 1. TEXT SETDarin Kimbler
  2. 2. ABOUT THE TEACHERAmeriCorps Member, Literacy Coach, and Supplemental Instructor.
  3. 3. TEXT SET FOCUSGrade: 3Content Area: Social StudiesText Set Topic: Michigan HistoryText Set Collection: Narrative, Picture Book, Michigan (Reader), Travel Guide, Website, Photo book and magazine
  4. 4. TEXT SET GOALS My goal is to begin to explore what student know about the history, geography, and economics of our state by exposing them to a variety of real world literature that presents information about our state. In addition I hope to help student learn new and complex concepts related to Michigan History and their world.
  5. 5. TEXT SET MATERIALS The Story of the Five Mile Poem
  6. 6. TEXT SET MATERIALS Narrative
  7. 7. TEXT SET MATERIALS Reader
  8. 8. TEXT SET MATERIALS Magazine
  9. 9. TEXT SET MATERIALS Photo Book
  10. 10. TEXT SET MATERIALS Travel Guide
  11. 11. TEXT SET MATERIALS Web quest
  12. 12. STANDARDS REFLECTIVE OFTEXT SET Standards: H3 History of Michigan (Through Statehood) Use historical thinking to understand the past. 3 – H3.0.1 Identify questions historians ask in examining the past in Michigan (e.g., What happened? When did it happen? Who was involved? How and why did it happen?) 3 – H3.0.2 Explain how historians use primary and secondary sources to answer questions about the past. 3 – H3.0.3 Describe the causal relationships between three events in Michigan’s past (e.g., Erie Canal, more people came, statehood). 3 – H3.0.4 Draw upon traditional stories of American Indians (e.g., Anishinaabeg - Ojibway (Chippewa), Odawa (Ottawa), Potawatomi; Menominee; Huron Indians) who lived in Michigan in order to make generalizations about their beliefs. 3 – H3.0.5 Use informational text and visual data to compare how American Indians and settlers in the early history of Michigan adapted to, used, and modified their environment. 3 – H3.0.6 Use a variety of sources to describe interactions that occurred between American Indians and the first European explorers and settlers in Michigan. 3 – H3.0.7 Use a variety of primary and secondary sources to construct a historical narrative about daily life in the early settlements of Michigan (pre-statehood). 3 – H3.0.10 Create a timeline to sequence early Michigan history (American Indians, exploration, settlement, statehood). Geography
  13. 13. CONTENT AREA STRATEGIES ELVES Read Aloud Strategy Literature Circles Readers Theatre Writing Break Models of Text Features Webquest with Think, Write, Pair, Share
  14. 14. TEXT SET REFLECTIONEvery person I have ever spent time with has shared a story with meor listened to a story I have had to share. It is my belief that everyonewants to hear and tell stories and since literature is all about tellingstories it draws our interest and captures our imagination. Which iswhy I believe, every subject in school has a story to go with it and thatis what makes it interesting, compelling or desirable to learn about.
  15. 15. REFERENCESBindstadt, C. (2000), Up North in Michigan, Photos, Scott, K.(2000), Springfield, Duneside PressDegen, W, (1914), I Want to go back to Michigan, Irving Berlin Music CompanyHancock, M. (2008), A Celebration of Literature and Response, PearsonLevesque, J. (1989), ELVES: A Read-Aloud Strategy to Develop Listening Comprehension (In theClassroom). Reading Teacher, v43 n1 p93-94 Oct 1989McConnell, D, (2002), Our Michigan Adventure, Hillsdale Educational Publishers. Inc.Rosentreter, R. (2006) , Michigan History for kids, Michigan Department of History, Arts, and Libraries.Sirvaitis, K (2002) Michigan, Hello U.S.A. Minneapolis, Lerner Publishing,Wargin, K. (2001) The Michigan Reader, Chelsea, Sleeping Bear PressWhelan, G. (2006) The Story of the Five Mile Poem, Mackinac Bridge, Chelsea, Sleeping Bear Press.Whelan, G. (1987) Next Spring an Oriole, New York, Random House Inc.Yopp, R. & Yopp, H, (2010) Literature Based Reading Activities, Allyn & Bacon