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Becky_Ellis_5/28/20123:58 PMWoot! just made my column for #engsschat Please join us tonight to discuss Common Core, Literacy and Cross Curricular Projects! #sschat
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JoyKirr5/28/20123:59 PM@Becky_Ellis_ I'm excited for #engsschat !
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monticelloman5/28/20124:00 PMHello #engsschat from the Buckeye State!
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ThalesDream5/28/20124:00 PM@Becky_Ellis_ Hi Becky. Long time no chat! Hope the year has gone splendid! #engsschat #sschat #engchat
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thereadingzone5/28/20124:01 PMRT @cybraryman1: There will be five questions (10 minutes each) http://t.co/HEB6h696 #engsschat
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mrami25/28/20124:01 PMRT @cybraryman1: Welcome to the 5th joint #engchat & #sschat. For each tweet please use the hashtag #engsschat
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thereadingzone5/28/20124:01 PMRT @cybraryman1: Welcome to the 5th joint #engchat & #sschat. For each tweet please use the hashtag #engsschat
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cybraryman15/28/20124:01 PMQ1 How can a rich structured conversation improve student literacy outcomes? What strategies can give this type of conversation? #engsschat
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mday6665/28/20124:01 PM@monticelloman Greetings from Northern Illinois University #engsschat !
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thereadingzone5/28/20124:01 PMHello! This humanities teacher is excited about another round of #engsschat
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mrami25/28/20124:01 PMRT @cybraryman1: There will be five questions (10 minutes each) http://t.co/a4Tc2IDH #engsschat
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cybraryman15/28/20124:01 PMWelcome to the 5th joint #engchat & #sschat. For each tweet please use the hashtag #engsschat
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ShawnMcCusker5/28/20124:01 PMRT @cybraryman1: There will be five questions (10 minutes each) http://t.co/YMQQk5iQ #engsschat
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cybraryman15/28/20124:01 PMThere will be five questions (10 minutes each) http://t.co/YMQQk5iQ #engsschat
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iChrisLehman5/28/20124:02 PMA1, seems any strategies that make the teacher facilitator, not leader, of conversation #engsschat
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historyfriend5/28/20124:02 PMMissing #engsschat tonight. Just slowing down for dinner after major housework today. School night, despite the summer feel of the weekend.
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GeoPenny5/28/20124:02 PM@cybraryman1 #sschat #engsschat Thanks and thanks
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ShawnMcCusker5/28/20124:02 PM@mday666 Huskies Represent!! NIU 95 #engsschat
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Becky_Ellis_5/28/20124:02 PM@ThalesDream Hey Nate... it has been a splended year, but a very busy one! Glad to see you too! #engsschat
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mday6665/28/20124:03 PM@cybraryman1 Real audience through threaded interclass chat and/or email discussions. Maybe twitter exchanges with some coaching #engsschat
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cybraryman15/28/20124:03 PM@iChrisLehman @JoyKirr Yes, teacher is there to facilitate the learning. #engsschat
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GeoPenny5/28/20124:03 PMQ1 #engsschat #sschat Structured conversation is a must not only for planning purposes but also to keep lesson smooth- keeps topics going
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ShawnMcCusker5/28/20124:03 PMShanw here from Northern Illinois. Shout out to the Veterans today #engsschat
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monticelloman5/28/20124:03 PM#engsschat An interdisciplinary approach seems appropriate. But PLC's are so subject oriented. Middle School teaming?
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ThalesDream5/28/20124:03 PMHello. Nate from New Bedford, MA - Home of the schooner Ernestina http://t.co/JmCd3rmY. Glad to be here! #sschat #ccss #engsschat
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Becky_Ellis_5/28/20124:03 PM@JoyKirr Hi Joy! Yes, chat's like these really help clarify Common Core! #engsschat
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42ThinkDeep5/28/20124:03 PMHello - I'm Michael. I teach English and History and am happy to be here! #engsschat
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cybraryman15/28/20124:03 PMRT @iChrisLehman: A1, seems any strategies that make the teacher facilitator, not leader, of conversation #engsschat
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JoyKirr5/28/20124:03 PMA1 Let students discuss, instead of just giving answers. Be the guide on the side. Facilitate. #engsschat
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GeoPenny5/28/20124:04 PMBTW- Happy Memorial day all #engsschat
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mrami25/28/20124:04 PM@cybraryman1 @iChrisLehman I think about balance of speakers - who is doing the talking? How is the dance of conversation going? #engsschat
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cybraryman15/28/20124:04 PM@mday666 Good idea #engsschat
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iChrisLehman5/28/20124:04 PMA1 - common core (mostly) echoes same thing in S&L 1 - students learn to take on roles, Q&A, summaries #engsschat
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monticelloman5/28/20124:05 PMRT @mrami2: @cybraryman1 @iChrisLehman How is the dance of conversation going? #engsschat Great Conception of Converation - the dance.
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iChrisLehman5/28/20124:05 PMAlso opportunity for developing "domain specific" vocab - teacher can coach in "Know more specific word for that?" or teach new v #engsschat
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mday6665/28/20124:05 PM@iChrisLehman I like the idea of structured role playing in online exchanges too. #engsschat
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cybraryman15/28/20124:05 PMRT @Becky_Ellis_: A1. Strategies: think-pair share, whip around pass, numbered heads can all help improve quality student answers #engsschat
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tompanarese5/28/20124:05 PM@ThalesDream And you can have students choose what format they'd like for the discussion. #engsschat
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JoyKirr5/28/20124:05 PMA1 Let students struggle w/difficult text, I.e. Declaration of Independence and Gettysburg Address. #engsschat
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Becky_Ellis_5/28/20124:05 PMA1. Strategies like think-pair share, whip around pass, numbered heads can all help improve the quality of student answers #engsschat
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ThalesDream5/28/20124:05 PMA1 Debates, fishbowl discussions, Socratic dialogue, 4 corners, etc. #engsschat
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Becky_Ellis_5/28/20124:06 PMA1: strategies that focus on conversation also support ELL students and students who might be short on background information #engsschat
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ThalesDream5/28/20124:06 PM@mday666 Me too. Roles create perspective and purpose. #engsschat
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iChrisLehman5/28/20124:06 PMRT @mday666: @iChrisLehman I like the idea of structured role playing in online exchanges too. #engsschat
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wheretheclass5/28/20124:06 PMI have students create their own "essential questions." Pick the best ones for class discussion. Make them do the work! #engsschat
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GeoPenny5/28/20124:06 PMQ1 strategies coul dbe preordered questions/topics, pre-selected, pr-assigned, using flashcards/popsicle sticks w/ class names #engsschat
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cybraryman15/28/20124:06 PMQ1 How can a rich structured conversation improve student literacy outcomes? What strategies can give this type of conversation? #engsschat
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gpiercecummings5/28/20124:06 PMA threaded conversation outside of class time using @collaborize or @edmodo gives everyone ample opportunity to participate #engsschat
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UkiahCoachBrown5/28/20124:07 PMJeff from Ukiah, CA. Watching baseball and the #sschat feed because it's the end of the year and I'm too lazy to type #engsschat.
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JoyKirr5/28/20124:07 PMA1 Have one student facilitate discussion (take turns) after teacher models how. #engsschat
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iChrisLehman5/28/20124:07 PM@mday666 Laurel Schmidt's book on SS & Literacy talks about role play too, seems perfect... haven't thought about it w S media #engsschat
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mday6665/28/20124:07 PM@monticelloman @mrami2 @cybraryman1 The dance metaphor is good because the choreography implies some planning of moves #engsschat
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cybraryman15/28/20124:07 PMRT @gpiercecummings: A threaded conversation outside of class using @collaborize -@edmodo gives everyone chance to participate #engsschat
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ThalesDream5/28/20124:08 PMA1 Keywords are important too, especially as students see themselves climbing Bloom's ladder higher http://t.co/eLSLC71d #ccss #engsschat
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ShawnMcCusker5/28/20124:08 PM@cybraryman1 Any method that gives students the floor & control will improve validity-therefore involvement #theytakeitseriously #engsschat
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iChrisLehman5/28/20124:08 PM@mday666 Though I think it's teaching kids to take ownership of that plan - #ccss implies same #engsschat
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monticelloman5/28/20124:08 PMRT @mday666: @monticelloman @mrami2 @cybraryman1 The dance metaphor is good. #engsschat Also something that needs to be practiced.
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tompanarese5/28/20124:08 PMI had student groups essentially run the class when we were reading novels/plays this year. I sat in the back and watched. #engsschat
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wheretheclass5/28/20124:08 PM@gpiercecummings @collaborize @edmodo I agree. My students talk about how smart other students are in that type of forum. #engsschat
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cybraryman15/28/20124:08 PMRT @JoyKirr: A1 Have one student facilitate discussion (take turns) after teacher models how. #engsschat Like student centered ideas
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Becky_Ellis_5/28/20124:08 PM@BrdCmpbll numbered heads = numbering off students and asking them to come up a team response. Can be 2 partners or 4 #engsschat
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iChrisLehman5/28/20124:09 PM@ThalesDream I like that idea - teach them Bloom's stuff to ask, use w/ one another (new Blooms? ..."create") #engsschat
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ShawnMcCusker5/28/20124:09 PM@tompanarese Students presenting their created content works very well too. Pride in their work! #engsschat
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mday6665/28/20124:09 PM@iChrisLehman Well we did a model UN when I was in 10th grade in 1972. Seems perfect for online role-playing these days. #engsschat
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Becky_Ellis_5/28/20124:09 PM@BrdCmpbll here is write up of numbered heads http://t.co/a1GfK5bz #engsschat great for mixing things up!
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JoyKirr5/28/20124:09 PM@wheretheclass I like having the students do ,osn't off the work. Who owns the learning? Engagement = learning. #engsschat
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GeoPenny5/28/20124:09 PM@cybraryman1 @JoyKirr I like this!! #engsschat. This can be an ongoing strategy all year
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Ron_Peck5/28/20124:09 PM#engsschat Ron from Southern Oregon. Checking in a little late.
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iChrisLehman5/28/20124:09 PMRT @tompanarese: student groups esstlly run the class when we were reading novels/plays this year. I sat in the back & watched. #engsschat
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mday6665/28/20124:10 PM@iChrisLehman Yes model first, practice, then release control for improvisation, some discovery. Impossible if too structured #engsschat
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cybraryman15/28/20124:10 PMQ2 How can we achieve a balance of literature & informational texts? #engsschat
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tompanarese5/28/20124:10 PM@ShawnMcCusker I had some great student-produced stuff this year, both informational and creative. #engsschat
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ShawnMcCusker5/28/20124:10 PM@UkiahCoachBrown well at least you are honest. #sschat #engsschat
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tompanarese5/28/20124:11 PM@cybraryman1 I have taught journalism, so I am always incorporating current events/news stories that are relevant to class. #engsschat
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Becky_Ellis_5/28/20124:11 PMa1. Don't forget that sentence frames or sentence starters for academic conversations can be very powerful and elevate the convo #engsschat
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ThalesDream5/28/20124:11 PM@iChrisLehman Chris, here's the new Blooms with cognitive, affective and psychomotor http://t.co/j1I4eoBp #ccss #engsschat
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ShawnMcCusker5/28/20124:11 PMRT @cybraryman1: Q2 How can we achieve a balance of literature & informational texts? #engsschat
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ShawnMcCusker5/28/20124:11 PM@tompanarese I think that is the end all be all of learning. Watching them DO things. #engsschat
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classroomtools5/28/20124:12 PM@mday666 Maybe it means incorporating both fiction and non-fiction. @cybraryman1 #engsschat
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Becky_Ellis_5/28/20124:12 PMRT @cybraryman1: Q2 How can we achieve a balance of literature & informational texts? #engsschat
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JoyKirr5/28/20124:12 PMA2 How about infor. text that resembles literature? Ex: Narrative of Life of Frederick Douglas. My 7th graders read this yr! #engsschat
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cybraryman15/28/20124:12 PMRT @42ThinkDeep: A2 By pairing literature with informational text. Find text that informs the literature. #engsschat
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ShawnMcCusker5/28/20124:12 PM@cybraryman1 I think that if they get into literature theyll naturally look to infrmtional texts to support their curiosity. #engsschat
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Becky_Ellis_5/28/20124:12 PMA1 Here is a preso on Academic Language Frames... #engsschat http://t.co/ddSVT5Lo
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cybraryman15/28/20124:12 PMMy Bloom's Taxonomy page: http://t.co/Xb46b7Y1 #engsschat
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Ron_Peck5/28/20124:12 PM#engsschat A2: establish clear goals for each reading assignment.
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42ThinkDeep5/28/20124:12 PMQ2 By pairing literature with informational text. Find text that informs the literature. #engsschat
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iChrisLehman5/28/20124:12 PMA1 - shared across all day (page 5 FOOTNOTE... sheesh) says same in #ccss: http://t.co/zBV4gTeT #engsschat
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mday6665/28/20124:12 PM@cybraryman1 Hmm. not sure what this question means... #engsschat
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GeoPenny5/28/20124:13 PMA2 #engsschat use foreign AND domestic sources!!!
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Becky_Ellis_5/28/20124:13 PMThis is very scary for English teachers to move away from literature based content. #engsschat
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ShawnMcCusker5/28/20124:13 PM@42ThinkDeep Exactly. The connections mst e authentic and not forced. #engsschat
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cybraryman15/28/20124:13 PMRT @JoyKirr: A2 How about infor. text that resembles literature? Ex: Narrative of Life of Frederick Douglas. My 7th graders read #engsschat
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monticelloman5/28/20124:13 PMRT @monticelloman: good informational texts are literature. Create Amer. Studies classes that combine USLit with UShistory. #engsschat
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ThalesDream5/28/20124:13 PM@Becky_Ellis_ A1 You mentioned scaffolding earlier today for reading primary sources. Good idea for structured conv too. #ccss #engsschat
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iChrisLehman5/28/20124:13 PMA2 Seems likely SS & Sci do less (or no) fiction work compared to ELA, so more of that should happen in ELA #engsschat
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ThalesDream5/28/20124:14 PMRT @Becky_Ellis_: A1 Here is a preso on Academic Language Frames... #engsschat http://t.co/J5Wio47P #engsschat
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monticelloman5/28/20124:14 PMRT @Becky_Ellis_: This is very scary for English teachers to move away from literature based content. #engsschat Work with SS teachers.
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tompanarese5/28/20124:14 PMSounds silly, but I got through covering instruction manuals by using "The Zombie Survival Guide." It worked. #engsschat
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