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Title: College and Career Readiness


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College and Career Readiness
  • Implementing the Common Core State Standards for
    Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and
    Technical Subjects
  • Heather Mullins and Kimberly Simmons
  • Professional Development Consultants
  • North Carolina Department of Public Instruction

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Our 21st Century Dilemma
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Students who are Career and College Ready in
Reading, Writing, Speaking, Listening, and
Language
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CCR Characteristics Related to Literacy
Development
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Overview of the Common Core State Standards
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The Elephant in the Room
  • Its not my job to teach reading and writing!
  • Im not a literacy specialist!
  • I dont have the training or the skills to teach
    literacy and writing!
  • I have my own curriculum and dont have time for
    anything else!

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Common Core Anchor Standards
  • Anchor Standards for Reading p. 60
  • Anchor Standards for Writing p. 63

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Table Talk
  • What are the big ideas or concepts you find in
    these standards?
  • Why are these standards necessary to for our
    students to be college and career ready?

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CCR Anchor Standards Wordle
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Common Core State Standards for Literacy in
History / Social Studies, Science, and Technical
Subjects
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What is Disciplinary Literacy?
  • Not a Fancy New Take on
  • Content-Area Literacy

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Guiding Questions Chart
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Brainstorm by Subject
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Disciplinary Literacy is NOT
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The critical transition from learning-to-read
to reading-to-learn.
  • Around fourth grade
  • Texts become more varied, complex, and
    challenging linguistically and cognitively.
  • The ability to think critically and broadly are
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Literacy Instruction
  • K-3 Explicit Reading Instruction
  • 4-12 Disciplinary Reading Instruction
  • Phonics
  • Phonemic Awareness
  • Fluency
  • Comprehension
  • Vocabulary
  • Structure
  • Voice
  • Purpose and Audience
  • Demands of the Discipline
  • Specialized Skills
  • Context
  • Validity and Reliability

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  • Content-Area Literacy Disciplinary Literacy
  • Reading experts (1920s)
  • Generalized skills
  • Use of reading and writing to learn information
  • Geared toward remedial students
  • Often encourages use of literary texts
  • Graphics are ignored or taught generally
  • Wide range of experts (1990s)
  • Specialized, discipline-specific skills
  • Use of literacy skills to make meaning within a
    discipline
  • Geared toward all students
  • Focuses only on discipline-specific texts
  • Graphics are specific to the discipline

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Putting it into Practice
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Questions?
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Common Core State Standards for Reading in
History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical
Subjects
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Text Activity
  • Read your 10 Literacy Standards for Reading
  • History/SS page 61
  • Science/Technical Subjects page 62
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What is Text?
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  • And then I pushed them. I pushed them with
    photographs, advertisements, and songs with and
    without lyrics. I pushed them with recipes, music
    videos, and each other's clothing. I pushed them
    with art, sports plays, and diagrams for engines
    and random machines. I pushed them with graphic
    novels, comic strips and the occasional cartoon.
    I pushed them with non-fiction and fiction of all
    shapes and sizes. I pushed them, and the truth is
    I pushed me too. But, every time students
    discovered they were experts in a certain kind of
    textstudents who often are not regularly seen as
    expertsI promised them that their ability to
    deconstruct that text could be applied to any
    other kind of text. I promised them that their
    ability to create that kind of text could be
    applied to any other kind they need to create."
  • - Belinda Foster

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Table Talk
  • Definition
  • Narrative
  • Problem-Solution
  • Cause-Effect
  • Comparison-Contrast
  • Time-Order
  • Graphs-Charts
  • Maps
  • Art
  • Multimedia
  • What text structures are most prevalent in your
    classroom?
  • What special skills do students need to navigate
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Two Types of Essential Standards
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Self-Assessment for Reading Standards
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Self-Assessment
  • For each standard, rank yourself 1-5.
  • Look through your Essential Standards for
    examples of skills standards that align with the
    literacy standards and make personal notes.
  • Identify 1-3 areas for growth.

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Synthesizing the Activity
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Time for a Break!
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Common Core State Standards for Writing in
History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical
Subjects
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Revisit Graffiti Write
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Writing Like a ___________
  • To argue
  • To describe
  • To refute
  • To discuss
  • To speculate
  • To analyze
  • To corroborate
  • To explain
  • To prove
  • To demonstrate

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Writing Focus on Evidence
  • Writing needs to emphasize use of evidence to
    inform or make an argument rather than the
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Informational/Explanatory writing
  • Conveys information accurately
  • Helps the reader
  • Increase knowledge of a subject
  • Better understand a procedure or process
  • Develop enhanced comprehension of a concept
  • Explains types/components size, function, or
    behavior how things work why things happen

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Argumentative/Persuasive
  • A reasoned, logical way of demonstrating that the
    writers position, belief, or conclusion is valid
    through text-based evidence

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What does this mean for your content area?
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Two Types of Essential Standards
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Self-Assessment Writing Standards
  • For each standard, rank yourself 1-5.
  • Look through your Essential Standards for
    examples of skills standards that align with the
    literacy standards and make personal notes.
  • Identify 1-3 areas for growth.

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Synthesizing the Activity
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Google Evaluation
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Contact Information
Julie Joslin, Ed.D. Section Lead Grades 9-12 English Language Arts Consultant 919-807-3935 Julie.Joslin_at_dpi.nc.gov Cindy Dewey, Ph.D. Grades 3-8 English Language Arts Consultant 919-807-3833 Cynthia.Dewey_at_dpi.nc.gov
Dan Tetreault K-5 English Language Arts Consultant 919-807-3928 Dan.Tetreault_at_dpi.nc.gov Lisa McIntosh (Llewellyn) K-5 English Language Arts Consultant 919-807-3895 Lisa.Llewellyn_at_dpi.nc.gov
Anna Lea Frost, M.Ed 6-12 English Language Arts Consultant 919-807-3952 Anna.Frost_at_dpi.nc.gov Heather Mullins, M.Ed. PD Consultant ,Region 7 828-244-8759 Heather.Mullins_at_dpi.nc.gov Kimberly Simmons, M.Ed. PD Consultant ,Region 7 828-406-9237 Kimberly.Simmons_at_dpi.nc.gov
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Contact Information
  • E-mail heather.mullins_at_dpi.nc.gov
  • kimberly.simmons_at_dpi.nc.gov
  • Skype waterlovers3 (H), kim.simmons222 (K)
  • Phone 828.244.8759 (H)
  • 828.406.9237 (K)
  • Blog www.mullinshe.wordpress.com
  • Wiki www.rt3region7.ncdpi.wikispaces.net
  • Twitter _at_carolinablondie

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