The Seven C’sin the Elementary Classroom      Content      Communica+on      Collabora+on      Crea+vity      Common
Core ...
What Genre Am I?
Common
Core
Standards
for
English
   Language
Arts
address
the
ques7onWhat does it mean tobe a literate person in  the 21 ...
Students who are CCR in Reading, Writing,   Speaking, Listening and Language
Students who are CCR in Reading, Writing,    Speaking, Listening and Language• Demonstrate independence
Students who are CCR in Reading, Writing,    Speaking, Listening and Language• Demonstrate independence• Build strong cont...
Students who are CCR in Reading, Writing,    Speaking, Listening and Language• Demonstrate independence• Build strong cont...
Students who are CCR in Reading, Writing,    Speaking, Listening and Language• Demonstrate independence• Build strong cont...
Students who are CCR in Reading, Writing,    Speaking, Listening and Language• Demonstrate independence• Build strong cont...
Students who are CCR in Reading, Writing,    Speaking, Listening and Language• Demonstrate independence• Build strong cont...
Students who are CCR in Reading, Writing,    Speaking, Listening and Language• Demonstrate independence• Build strong cont...
Students must habituallyperform the critical readingnecessary to pick carefully  through the staggering  amount of informa...
Common Core Standards• College and Career Readiness (CCR)  Standards anchor the work• Focus on goals, not results• Researc...
CCR Anchor Standards for Reading
CCR Anchor Standards for Reading• Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse  media and formats, including visual...
CCR Anchor Standards for Reading• Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse  media and formats, including visual...
CCR Anchor Standards for Writing
CCR Anchor Standards for Writing • Use technology, including the Internet, to   produce and publish writing and to interac...
CCR Anchor Standards for Writing • Use technology, including the Internet, to   produce and publish writing and to interac...
CCR Anchor Standards for Writing • Use technology, including the Internet, to   produce and publish writing and to interac...
Writing Examples
Writing Examples• With guidance and support from adults, explore a  variety of digital tools to produce and publish  writi...
Writing Examples• With guidance and support from adults, explore a  variety of digital tools to produce and publish  writi...
Writing Examples• With guidance and support from adults, explore a  variety of digital tools to produce and publish  writi...
CCR Anchor Standards for  Speaking & Listening
CCR Anchor Standards for              Speaking & Listening• Prepare for and participate in a range of conversations and  c...
CCR Anchor Standards for              Speaking & Listening• Prepare for and participate in a range of conversations and  c...
CCR Anchor Standards for              Speaking & Listening• Prepare for and participate in a range of conversations and  c...
CCR Anchor Standards for              Speaking & Listening• Prepare for and participate in a range of conversations and  c...
CCR Anchor Standards for              Speaking & Listening• Prepare for and participate in a range of conversations and  c...
CCR Anchor Standards for              Speaking & Listening• Prepare for and participate in a range of conversations and  c...
CCR Anchor Standards for              Speaking & Listening• Prepare for and participate in a range of conversations and  c...
Speaking & Listening Examples
Speaking & Listening Examples• Participate in collaborative conversations with  diverse partners with peers and adults
Speaking & Listening Examples• Participate in collaborative conversations with  diverse partners with peers and adults• Cr...
Speaking & Listening Examples• Participate in collaborative conversations with  diverse partners with peers and adults• Cr...
Create audio recordings of stories orpoems, add drawings or other visualdisplays to clarify ideas, thoughts andfeelings
Create audio recordings of stories orpoems, add drawings or other visualdisplays to clarify ideas, thoughts andfeelings
Create audio recordings of stories orpoems, add drawings or other visualdisplays to clarify ideas, thoughts andfeelingsPar...
Create audio recordings of stories orpoems, add drawings or other visualdisplays to clarify ideas, thoughts andfeelingsPar...
Create audio recordings of stories orpoems, add drawings or other visualdisplays to clarify ideas, thoughts andfeelingsPar...
Create audio recordings of stories orpoems, add drawings or other visualdisplays to clarify ideas, thoughts andfeelingsPar...
Podcasting
Podcasting
“What’s My Genre?”     Podcast• 5th grade collaborative class project• Students worked cooperatively with  partners• Stude...
Steps to Successful Podcasting•   Research information•   Create graphic organizer•   Write script•   Find images to match...
Teacher Reflection• Podcasting is a long but worthwhile process• Students love to share podcasts with family  and friends ...
Wikis in the 5th Grade ELA Classroom
Wikis in the 5th Grade ELA Classroom
Wiki Successes•   High student interest•   Improved editing•   Access at home and on weekends•   Highly motivating due to ...
Wiki Challenges• Keeping up with posts, discussion• Sustainability – keeping students engaged  through the year• Coming up...
Glogster
Glogster
Glogster Presentation As a summative assessment upon completion of their guided reading books, students had to create a Gl...
Examples•   Indian Captive by Aden•   There’s an Owl in the Shower by Maria•   There’s an Owl in the Shower by Anna•   Ind...
Digital Literacy• Netiquette• Responsible use of a social network• Preparation for college and career where  they will use...
Teacher Reflection• High motivation level• Great for visual learners• Community of learners• Anecdotes – user names, speci...
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informa+on:Linda
Brandonlbrandon@lakelandschools.org
The Seven C's in the Elementary Classroom: Content, Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, Common Core Classroom
The Seven C's in the Elementary Classroom: Content, Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, Common Core Classroom
The Seven C's in the Elementary Classroom: Content, Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, Common Core Classroom
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  • This is the portrait of the literate student as outlined in the Common Core \nAble to exhibit with fullness and regularity these capabilities of the literate individual as they move through the grade levels.\nWhile not ALL of these attributes are evident in the work produced by these fifth graders, certainly, they are on the right path to becoming Career and College Ready, which stands at the center of the Common Core.\n
  • This is the portrait of the literate student as outlined in the Common Core \nAble to exhibit with fullness and regularity these capabilities of the literate individual as they move through the grade levels.\nWhile not ALL of these attributes are evident in the work produced by these fifth graders, certainly, they are on the right path to becoming Career and College Ready, which stands at the center of the Common Core.\n
  • This is the portrait of the literate student as outlined in the Common Core \nAble to exhibit with fullness and regularity these capabilities of the literate individual as they move through the grade levels.\nWhile not ALL of these attributes are evident in the work produced by these fifth graders, certainly, they are on the right path to becoming Career and College Ready, which stands at the center of the Common Core.\n
  • This is the portrait of the literate student as outlined in the Common Core \nAble to exhibit with fullness and regularity these capabilities of the literate individual as they move through the grade levels.\nWhile not ALL of these attributes are evident in the work produced by these fifth graders, certainly, they are on the right path to becoming Career and College Ready, which stands at the center of the Common Core.\n
  • This is the portrait of the literate student as outlined in the Common Core \nAble to exhibit with fullness and regularity these capabilities of the literate individual as they move through the grade levels.\nWhile not ALL of these attributes are evident in the work produced by these fifth graders, certainly, they are on the right path to becoming Career and College Ready, which stands at the center of the Common Core.\n
  • This is the portrait of the literate student as outlined in the Common Core \nAble to exhibit with fullness and regularity these capabilities of the literate individual as they move through the grade levels.\nWhile not ALL of these attributes are evident in the work produced by these fifth graders, certainly, they are on the right path to becoming Career and College Ready, which stands at the center of the Common Core.\n
  • This is the portrait of the literate student as outlined in the Common Core \nAble to exhibit with fullness and regularity these capabilities of the literate individual as they move through the grade levels.\nWhile not ALL of these attributes are evident in the work produced by these fifth graders, certainly, they are on the right path to becoming Career and College Ready, which stands at the center of the Common Core.\n
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  • The Seven C's in the Elementary Classroom: Content, Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, Common Core Classroom

    1. 1. The Seven C’sin the Elementary Classroom Content Communica+on Collabora+on Crea+vity Common
Core Classroom Linda Brandon Stacie Boylan Kathleen Costello Kimberly Masserman Lakeland Central School District
    2. 2. What Genre Am I?
    3. 3. Common
Core
Standards
for
English
 Language
Arts
address
the
ques7onWhat does it mean tobe a literate person in the 21 st century?
    4. 4. Students who are CCR in Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening and Language
    5. 5. Students who are CCR in Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening and Language• Demonstrate independence
    6. 6. Students who are CCR in Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening and Language• Demonstrate independence• Build strong content knowledge
    7. 7. Students who are CCR in Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening and Language• Demonstrate independence• Build strong content knowledge• Respond to the varying demands of evidence, task, purpose & discipline
    8. 8. Students who are CCR in Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening and Language• Demonstrate independence• Build strong content knowledge• Respond to the varying demands of evidence, task, purpose & discipline• Comprehend as well as critique
    9. 9. Students who are CCR in Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening and Language• Demonstrate independence• Build strong content knowledge• Respond to the varying demands of evidence, task, purpose & discipline• Comprehend as well as critique• Value evidence
    10. 10. Students who are CCR in Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening and Language• Demonstrate independence• Build strong content knowledge• Respond to the varying demands of evidence, task, purpose & discipline• Comprehend as well as critique• Value evidence• Use technology and digital media strategically and capably
    11. 11. Students who are CCR in Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening and Language• Demonstrate independence• Build strong content knowledge• Respond to the varying demands of evidence, task, purpose & discipline• Comprehend as well as critique• Value evidence• Use technology and digital media strategically and capably• Come to understand others’ perspectives and cultures
    12. 12. Students must habituallyperform the critical readingnecessary to pick carefully through the staggering amount of informationavailable today in print and digitally.
    13. 13. Common Core Standards• College and Career Readiness (CCR) Standards anchor the work• Focus on goals, not results• Research & media skills blended in and embedded throughout• Shared responsibility for literacy development• Growing emphasis on reading informational text
    14. 14. CCR Anchor Standards for Reading
    15. 15. CCR Anchor Standards for Reading• Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse media and formats, including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words
    16. 16. CCR Anchor Standards for Reading• Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse media and formats, including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words – Example for literature: Analyze how visual and multimedia elements contribute to the meaning, tone or beauty of a text (graphic novels, multimedia presentation, etc.) – Example for informational text: Draw on information from multiple print or digital sources, demonstrating the ability to locate an answer quickly or solve a problem efficiently
    17. 17. CCR Anchor Standards for Writing
    18. 18. CCR Anchor Standards for Writing • Use technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish writing and to interact and collaborate with others.
    19. 19. CCR Anchor Standards for Writing • Use technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish writing and to interact and collaborate with others.
    20. 20. CCR Anchor Standards for Writing • Use technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish writing and to interact and collaborate with others. • Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources, assess the credibility and accuracy of each source, and integrate the information while avoiding plagiarism.
    21. 21. Writing Examples
    22. 22. Writing Examples• With guidance and support from adults, explore a variety of digital tools to produce and publish writing, including in collaboration with peers.
    23. 23. Writing Examples• With guidance and support from adults, explore a variety of digital tools to produce and publish writing, including in collaboration with peers.
    24. 24. Writing Examples• With guidance and support from adults, explore a variety of digital tools to produce and publish writing, including in collaboration with peers.• With guidance and support from adults, use technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish writing as well as to interact and collaborate with others. Demonstrate sufficient command of keyboarding skills to type a minimum of two pages in a single setting.
    25. 25. CCR Anchor Standards for Speaking & Listening
    26. 26. CCR Anchor Standards for Speaking & Listening• Prepare for and participate in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively
    27. 27. CCR Anchor Standards for Speaking & Listening• Prepare for and participate in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively
    28. 28. CCR Anchor Standards for Speaking & Listening• Prepare for and participate in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively• Integrate and evaluate information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively and orally
    29. 29. CCR Anchor Standards for Speaking & Listening• Prepare for and participate in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively• Integrate and evaluate information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively and orally
    30. 30. CCR Anchor Standards for Speaking & Listening• Prepare for and participate in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively• Integrate and evaluate information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively and orally• Make strategic use of digital media and visual displays of data to express information and enhance understanding of presentations
    31. 31. CCR Anchor Standards for Speaking & Listening• Prepare for and participate in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively• Integrate and evaluate information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively and orally• Make strategic use of digital media and visual displays of data to express information and enhance understanding of presentations
    32. 32. CCR Anchor Standards for Speaking & Listening• Prepare for and participate in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively• Integrate and evaluate information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively and orally• Make strategic use of digital media and visual displays of data to express information and enhance understanding of presentations• Adapt speech to a variety of contexts and communicative tasks, demonstrating command of formal English when indicated or appropriate
    33. 33. Speaking & Listening Examples
    34. 34. Speaking & Listening Examples• Participate in collaborative conversations with diverse partners with peers and adults
    35. 35. Speaking & Listening Examples• Participate in collaborative conversations with diverse partners with peers and adults• Create audio recordings of stories or poems, add drawings or other visual displays to clarify ideas, thoughts and feelings
    36. 36. Speaking & Listening Examples• Participate in collaborative conversations with diverse partners with peers and adults• Create audio recordings of stories or poems, add drawings or other visual displays to clarify ideas, thoughts and feelings• Include multimedia components and visual displays in presentations to enhance the development of main ideas or themes.
    37. 37. Create audio recordings of stories orpoems, add drawings or other visualdisplays to clarify ideas, thoughts andfeelings
    38. 38. Create audio recordings of stories orpoems, add drawings or other visualdisplays to clarify ideas, thoughts andfeelings
    39. 39. Create audio recordings of stories orpoems, add drawings or other visualdisplays to clarify ideas, thoughts andfeelingsParticipate in collaborativeconversations with diverse partnerswith peers and adults
    40. 40. Create audio recordings of stories orpoems, add drawings or other visualdisplays to clarify ideas, thoughts andfeelingsParticipate in collaborativeconversations with diverse partnerswith peers and adults
    41. 41. Create audio recordings of stories orpoems, add drawings or other visualdisplays to clarify ideas, thoughts andfeelingsParticipate in collaborativeconversations with diverse partnerswith peers and adultsInclude multimedia components andvisual displays in presentations toenhance the development of mainideas or themes.
    42. 42. Create audio recordings of stories orpoems, add drawings or other visualdisplays to clarify ideas, thoughts andfeelingsParticipate in collaborativeconversations with diverse partnerswith peers and adultsInclude multimedia components andvisual displays in presentations toenhance the development of mainideas or themes.
    43. 43. Podcasting
    44. 44. Podcasting
    45. 45. “What’s My Genre?” Podcast• 5th grade collaborative class project• Students worked cooperatively with partners• Students conducted research online to learn about specific genres, paraphrased information learned• Goal was to teach other students in class and around country about different genres
    46. 46. Steps to Successful Podcasting• Research information• Create graphic organizer• Write script• Find images to match script• Crop images• Record script & add images• Insert jingles & sound effects• Final edits• Upload and share
    47. 47. Teacher Reflection• Podcasting is a long but worthwhile process• Students love to share podcasts with family and friends all over the world• Podcasting gets easier as the year progresses• Students become mentors to other classes
    48. 48. Wikis in the 5th Grade ELA Classroom
    49. 49. Wikis in the 5th Grade ELA Classroom
    50. 50. Wiki Successes• High student interest• Improved editing• Access at home and on weekends• Highly motivating due to enlarged audience• Proud of themselves when viewed online• Learning how to critique others’ work constructively
    51. 51. Wiki Challenges• Keeping up with posts, discussion• Sustainability – keeping students engaged through the year• Coming up with other uses for the wiki
    52. 52. Glogster
    53. 53. Glogster
    54. 54. Glogster Presentation As a summative assessment upon completion of their guided reading books, students had to create a Glogster project. Specific instructionswere given and included the story elements andconnections. Students also had to comment on other classmates’ glogs.
    55. 55. Examples• Indian Captive by Aden• There’s an Owl in the Shower by Maria• There’s an Owl in the Shower by Anna• Indian Captive by Ali B• Indian Captive by Will
    56. 56. Digital Literacy• Netiquette• Responsible use of a social network• Preparation for college and career where they will use these tools
    57. 57. Teacher Reflection• High motivation level• Great for visual learners• Community of learners• Anecdotes – user names, specific rules on responding• Teacher monitoring• Problems with website
    58. 58. han k
you! TContact
informa+on:Linda
Brandonlbrandon@lakelandschools.org

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