Disciplinary Literacy PPT
The Death of Content Area Reading: Disciplinary Literacy Timothy Shanahan University of Illinois at Chicago www.shanahanonliteracy.com * * * * For example, during think-alouds, the mathematicians emphasized rereading and close reading as two of their most important strategies.
Literacy in the Disciplines: What, Why, When, & How? Elizabeth Birr Moje January 28, 2010 What would you consider to be critical for novices to learn about these unique aspects of oral and written language to become strong readers and writers of disciplinary texts?
Insufficient Literacy Attainment. A college degree is single greatest factor in access to better job opportunities and higher earnings (Children's Defense Fund, 2000)
Disciplinary Literacy: Why it Matters and What We Should Do About It Elizabeth Birr Moje National Writing Project Conference What’s Next: Possibilities for Literacy and Content Area Learning
Disciplinary Literacy. History/Social Studies. Science and Technical Subjects. Middle School Principal Session. Educator Effectiveness Academy. 2012 < than 1 minute - Introduce yourself.
Calibri MS Pゴシック Arial Wingdings Arial Black Office Theme Disciplinary Literacy AGENDA Big Shifts Why do we need literacy standards for History/ Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects? ...
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Instructional responses to adolescent literacy: Elementary School Continued. Adolescent literacy as an extension of primary grade literacy . Adding reading to the curriculum
Goals and Facts about Disciplinary Literacy in Science and History. Created by Tim Shanahan
Disciplinary Literacy. Content area teachers outside the ELA classroom emphasize literacy experiences in their planning and instruction. Students learn through domain-specific texts in science & social studies classrooms
Session 1: Understanding the Organization Audience: K-5 Teachers Explain that the College and Career Readiness (CCR) anchor standards define general, cross-disciplinary literacy expectations that must be met for students to be prepared to enter college and workforce training programs ready to ...
Disciplinary Literacy “Literacy… becomes an essential aspect of disciplinary practice, rather than a set of strategies or tools brought into the disciplines to improve reading and writing of subject-matter texts.”
Disciplinary Literacy. History/Social Studies. Science and Technical Subjects. Middle School Principal Session. Educator Effectiveness Academy. 2012. Purpose of Presentation: to introduce the CCSS for Literacy, the rationale for standards , and implications for classroom instruction.
Disciplinary Literacy, Activity # 2:Disciplinary Conventions. Directions: Think about the discipline you most closely identify with. Complete the chart with information about “your” discipline.
READING, WRITING, AND REASONING IN THE DISCIPLINES National Literacy Coaching Summit April 2009 Anika Spratley, PhD OBJECTIVES Define disciplinary literacy Define literacy coaching Identify literacy-based practices of four subject areas Determine best literacy coaching practices for each subject ...
What is Disciplinary Literacy? Disciplinary literacy requires a focus on: the specialized ways of creating, communicating, and evaluating knowledge in a particular discipline disciplinary knowledge
Disciplinary literacy—high school and college—different disciplines require different approaches. Pay attention to different formats to come to one conclusion. High levels of reading competence are needed even in jobs such at truck driving and farming.
Prereading – Prior Knowledge – KWL What do you KNOW? What do you WONDER? What did you LEARN? 11/20/09 Kathy Headley: Disciplinary Literacy Let’s do it…Vocabulary Self Selection Article – Novel H1N1 Flu: Background on the Situation Read to find words that are important to the meaning of ...
Article #4 Summary “Realizing Opportunities for English Learners in the Common Core English Language Arts and Disciplinary Literacy Standards”
How are content literacy and disciplinary literacy alike? How are they different? Why is reading to learn a meaning-making, strategic process? What comprehension strategies are critical to reading to learn? What role does prior knowledge play in comprehension?
You will also find cross disciplinary literacy skills as students learn to read critically for purpose and understanding. Emphasis on 21st Century Skills. Teachers will scaffold for independence, ...
Crossing Disciplines–Literacy and Math in the High School Classroom 3/16/2013 Amanda Krich Literacy Specialist Mundelein High School The concepts are difficult enough, but students are also not familiar enough with the vocabulary.
Literacy Overview . Scaffolding. Six Shifts in Literacy. Argumentation Example. Unpack Lesson. Independent Reading. Writing. Word Work. Supported Reading. Balanced Literacy. High. Middle. Elementary “Learning to Read” Elementary “Reading to Learn” Middle “Disciplinary Literacy ...
Understanding Disciplinary literacy. Research reveals unique reading demands of the various disciplines (reading history is not the same thing as reading literature, etc.)
Disciplinary Literacy. Today Is About You! What information are you hoping to gain from today’s session? What are your questions about the new K-12 curriculum?
We apply disciplinary perspectives/lenses to human issues, events and ideas: Political Economic Geographic Historical We apply what we have learned in a meaningful way. ... The C3 Framework fully incorporates and extends the expectations for literacy learning put forward in the ELA Common Core.
What is disciplinary literacy? Discussion. Re-read paragraphs 3-5. What are the three reasons the author gives for stating her thesis? ... How will these students use literacy skills in college and/or a career in your content area?
“The College and Career standards anchor the [Common Core] document and define general, cross-disciplinary literacy expectations that must be met for students to be prepared to enter college and workforce training programs ready to succeed” (p.4)
Multi-disciplinary Approaches to Literacy: Models, Correlations and Causality Bryan Maddox, School of Development Studies, UEA. The Language of Causality ‘The law of causality, I believe, is a relic of bygone age, surviving like the monarchy, only because it is erroneously supposed to do no ...
Resources Disciplinary Literacy Model from the University of Pittsburgh’s Institute for Learning * Low vs. High Demand Tasks * Accountable Talk Van de Walle Conceptual Activities for Student learning in Mathematics NCTM, NCSM ...
... article to discuss Using the disciplinary literacy standards Using the copy of the CCSS reading standards for disciplinary literacy Select 2-3 of the standards that you will be able to develop in your classroom.
Common Core Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science & Technical Subjects K-12. ... Shift #8: Focus on disciplinary (content area) literacy. Applied literacy skills. Read and write. Like a scientist. Like a historian.
Title: Cross-Disciplinary Literacy Network Text-Dependent Questions Webinar #1 March 21, 2013 Author: Teacher Last modified by: Teacher Created Date
Disciplinary Literacy. Close Reading. Text-dependent Questions . Academic Vocabulary--Tier 2 & Tier 3 words. Short & Sustained Research . Projects . Argumentative Writing. Questions to think about now. How do we help students think in social studies/science/technical subjects?
Literacy Professional Development ELLA Effective Literacy CLASS Literacy Lab Disciplinary Literacy Professional Development Modules for Big Shifts in ELA K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Text Complexity Text Complexity Close Reading ...
The End of an Error: Considering Disciplinary Literacy as Lever of Change in Secondary School Reform Part of the CRL Learns Series Michael Faggella-Luby, PhD
“These CCR standards anchor the document and define general, cross-disciplinary literacy expectations that must be met for students to be prepared to enter college and workforce training programs ready to succeed. Within each strand, ...
“ * “The College and Career Readiness standards (CCR) anchor the documents and define general, cross-disciplinary literacy expectations.
As indicated earlier, this aligns with the idea of joint responsibility across disciplines for literacy development. Disciplinary teachers have expert knowledge of the nature of text and writing demands for their subject.
“Disciplinary literacy then becomes a matter of teaching students how the disciplines are different from one another, how acts of inquiry produce knowledge and multiple representational forms ...
Chariho Curriculum- Located on the district website. Common Core- Literacy skills such as reading, writing etc. Disciplinary Literacy- Thinking like a historian. If you miss class ...
The new common core standards have a special emphasis on informational text and inter-disciplinary literacy. Is Service Learning the vehicle… ..to take us to our destination? …mastering literacy skills for common core standards ...
In short, because disciplinary literacy is contextualized, students will need rich literacy instruction within the disciplinary settings where specialized types of texts are emphasized (Buehl p. 14). This “rich literacy instruction” includes instruction in Close Reading.
Subject Areas. English Language Arts 1 - Disciplinary (Content) Literacy Overview. Overview of the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects
Academic Literacy Practices in the Context of High-Stakes School Reform: An SFL Perspective ... ｷ How can teachers and researchers track changes in students’ disciplinary literacy practices over time in ways that inform instruction and more equitable school reforms?
Disciplinary Literacy work. http://www.dpi.wi.gov/standards/disciplinaryliteracy.html. CTE Spring Workshop, Madison. Save the Date—May 8, 2014. Career & Technical Education. Agriculture and Natural Resource Education/Wisconsin Association of FFA.
How would you define content area literacy? Were you ever trained on how to incorporate reading strategies into the content areas? ... Meeting the Reading Comprehension Demands of Each Content Area. Content Counts! Developing Disciplinary Literacy Skills, K-6. International Reading Association ...
Transitional Course Curriculum Documents for disciplinary literacy and math will be published and disseminated to all states. Pending additional funding, online modules will be developed.
Providence Disciplinary Literacy Middle School Science East Bay Educational Collaborative Warren, Rhode Island April 2006 Presenters: Ron Kahn, Jeff Soares, and Jim Booth The Role of Prior Knowledge in Reading Questions Students can’t learn science because they can’t read.
Disciplinary literacy Past standards have not made a big deal out of reading in history/social studies or science Emphasis was on learning how to read and applying these skills to content area textbooks However, ...