Ppt feb 7 2014 ss cc research skills

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  • John Gast, American Progress, 1872
  • John Gast, American Progress, 1872
  • http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/97514565/
  • Third reading – knowledge and ideas. – big ideas. Inferences, looking at the whole but still using the text. Fewer questions but maybe some of your bigger writing prompts.
  • Ppt feb 7 2014 ss cc research skills

    1. 1. + Building Social Studies Research Skills to Meet the Common Core February 7, 2014 Primary Source
    2. 2. + Logistics  Restrooms  Kitchen  WiFi:  Network: primaryair  Password: primarysource  Library  Duration: 9-3  PDPs
    3. 3. + Program Objectives  Consider our own and our students’ research practices and discuss those practices with peers  Refine students’ information literacy skills in regards to searching for and evaluating sources  Examine a few strategies for synthesizing information across texts  Become familiar with writing strategies related to arguments and claims  Explore new tools to support student collaboration and publishing
    4. 4. + Agenda  Introduction  Finding and Evaluating Information Sources for Students  Making Sense out of Multiple Texts  Writing Arguments and Claims  Using Technology to Support Writing and Collaboration  Wrap-Up
    5. 5. + Warm-Up: What does “research” look like in our classrooms?  Complete the survey questions in front of you. (You’re the only one who will see your answers.)
    6. 6. +
    7. 7. + MA ELA Anchor Standard for Writing W.8 Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources, assess the credibility and accuracy of each source, and integrate the information while avoiding plagiarism.
    8. 8. + Finding and Evaluating Information Sources for Students Jennifer Hanson, Primary Source
    9. 9. + Break
    10. 10. + MA ELA Anchor Standard for Writing W.9 Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.
    11. 11. + Making Sense out of Multiple Texts Ann Marie Gleeson, Primary Source
    12. 12. + Helping Student Identify Evidence to use for Claims
    13. 13. Make a list of all of the details (evidence) you see. You do not yet need to know where the evidence leads…just that it is there. Do not jump to inferences.
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    15. 15. + Make a list of all of the details (evidence) you see. You do not yet need to know where the evidence leads…just that it is there. Do not jump to inferences.
    16. 16. What can you assert/claim based on one or both of these images? (Fill in one claim for each row.) What is your reasoning to support the claim?
    17. 17. + Debrief  Why might it be beneficial to start with a visual source?  Why did we work from evidence to claims to reasoning? (instead of claims, reasoning, evidence)
    18. 18. + Activity #2 Using Supporting Texts; matching evidence with claims
    19. 19. + Matching Evidence to Claims 1. Select quotes from the children stories and photographs to support or disconfirm one of the claims. 2. Write each quote on a separate post-it and place it on the cart paper with the claim.
    20. 20. + Debrief  What did this activity force you to think about?  What would you do as the next step?
    21. 21. + Adding different text genres: Personal testimony and photographs Beyond the Fire: Teen Experiences in War http://archive.itvs.org/beyondthefire/master.html Children in War Zones: 14 Photos of Innocents Lost http://www.takepart.com/photos/children-war-zones
    22. 22. + Additional Strategies 1. Multiple GIST 2. Annotation 3. Claim/Counterclaim Buckets 4. Reading Sentence Starters
    23. 23. + Your Turn  How might you use one of these strategies?  What other strategies do you like to use to help students synthesize information across texts?
    24. 24. + Lunch Return at 12:30
    25. 25. + MA ELA Anchor Standard for Writing W.1 Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence.
    26. 26. + Writing Arguments and Claims Kelly Knopf-Goldner and Rebecca Steinitz WriteBoston
    27. 27. + MA ELA Anchor Standard for Writing W.6 Use technology, including the internet, to produce and publish writing and to interact and collaborate with others.
    28. 28. + Using Technology to Support Writing and Collaboration Ann Marie Gleeson
    29. 29. + Tech Resources http://blnds.co/1fW3ZoT
    30. 30. + Discussion  How might you use one of these tools?  What other tools do you like to use?
    31. 31. + Wrap-Up  How did today’s session help you think about research in your own classroom?  What challenges do you still face?

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