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cybraryman12/20/124:00 PMWelcome to #engsschat on Common Core. There will be 5 questions then open forum. Please use the hashtag #engsschat
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mrami22/20/124:00 PMHey #engchat friends, we're joining our friends at #sschat tonight, before to follow #engsschat to participate tonight!
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cybraryman12/20/124:00 PMQ1 How can we staircase/scaffold reading assignments in order to get students to higher order thinking & comprehension? #engsschat
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MaryAnnReilly2/20/124:01 PMRT @mrami2: RT @cybraryman1: Please join us for #engsschat on Common Core. Questions for this chat http://t.co/6lvxBxSk #sschat #engchat #engsschat
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jhenze442/20/124:02 PMA1: Interactive Reading guides, vocabulary building, ZPD, any strategy to help level the playing field #engsschat
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Becky_Ellis_2/20/124:02 PMHello #engsschat glad to be learning more about #commoncore with you all tonight!
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cybraryman12/20/124:02 PM@42ThinkDeep That's a good plan. #engsschat
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mooresclassroom2/20/124:02 PMJust went to a training on 'Reciprocal Teaching.' Sounds like an interesting way to help students scaffold reading #engsschat
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42ThinkDeep2/20/124:02 PMA1 I imagine that we need to start at the end..figure out where Ss should be at the end & backward plan. #engsschat
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mrami22/20/124:02 PMRT @cybraryman1: Welcome to #engsschat on Common Core. There will be 5 questions then open forum. Please use the hashtag #engsschat
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Dontworryteach2/20/124:03 PMRT @MaryAnnReilly: Please join us for #engsschat on Common Core. Questions for this chat http://t.co/sdNGe2QL #sschat #engchat #engsschat
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blairteach2/20/124:03 PMA1: Seek out a variety of rdg sources on same topic at various rdg levels using Lexiles. #engsschat
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ShawnMcCusker2/20/124:03 PMRT @kyteacher: Q1: Graphic Organizers & charts help my students read and understand complex texts. Example: http://t.co/AVbT74iL #engsschat
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cybraryman12/20/124:03 PMRT @kyteacher: Q1: Graphic Organizers & charts help my students read and understand complex texts. Example: http://t.co/AVbT74iL #engsschat
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kyteacher2/20/124:03 PMQ1: Graphic Organizers & charts help my students read and understand complex texts. Example: http://t.co/AVbT74iL #engsschat
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cybraryman12/20/124:03 PMRT @mooresclassroom: Just went to a training on 'Reciprocal Teaching.' .. an interesting way to help students scaffold reading #engsschat
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thereadingzone2/20/124:03 PMMT @cybraryman1:How can we staircase/scaffold reading assignments to get students to higher order thinking & comprehension? #engsschat
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cybraryman12/20/124:04 PMRT @MaryAnnReilly: A1 Scaffolding text is very doable. Controlling how a text is read is a start. ... #engsschat
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Dontworryteach2/20/124:04 PMA1: teaching annotation/marginalia has helped my gr9 &11 #engsschat
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blairteach2/20/124:04 PMA1: There are multiple ways to scaffold reading & many sources of support online. #engsschat
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ShawnMcCusker2/20/124:04 PM@mooresclassroom Links details. I'm interested. #engsschat
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cybraryman12/20/124:04 PM@blairteach Nice going Nancy #engsschat
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MaryAnnReilly2/20/124:04 PMA1 Scaffolding text is very doable. Controlling how a text is read is a start. Contrary to CCSS, prereading in rather critical. #engsschat
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JudyArzt2/20/124:04 PM@cybraryman1 Tell us about the reciprocal teaching training. #engsschat
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writerswriting2/20/124:04 PM#literacies right now! MT @cybraryman1: Welcome to #engsschat on Common Core. Please use the hashtag #engsschat http://t.co/mHC4CmI9
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cybraryman12/20/124:04 PMRT @blairteach: A1: Seek out a variety of rdg sources on same topic at various rdg levels using Lexiles. #engsschat
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cybraryman12/20/124:05 PMRT @mrami2: @cybraryman1 modeling what good readers do is always helpful when scaffolding a challenging reading with Ss. #engsschat
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mrami22/20/124:05 PM@cybraryman1 modeling what good readers do is always helpful when scaffolding a challenging reading with Ss. #engsschat
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Mrs_Laf2/20/124:05 PMProvide multiple entry points into complex texts like visuals, poemsthai rations that spark discussion & thinking b4 rdg. #engsschat
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jhenze442/20/124:05 PMToo often teachers spoon feed material to everyone because of low level readers... let them do it! #engsschat
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Becky_Ellis_2/20/124:05 PMA1. Modeling to Ss by thinking out loud while reading text passages is important...helps to show kids the process of good reading #engsschat
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squirrelfriend12/20/124:05 PMQ1: I think it helps to discover the ss reading levels at the beginning of year. Previous tchers are great resources #engsschat
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ancientcivteach2/20/124:05 PM#engsschat I taught my students to turn headings/subheadings into questions to help them focus on main idea
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Shamlet2/20/124:05 PM@cybraryman1 #engsschat Often important to detach reading from higher-order thinking, which many with weaker reading skills can produce!
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Dontworryteach2/20/124:06 PM@Becky_Ellis_ I never realized before the past few weeks just how powerful modeling reading/annotating can be. @mrami2 #engsschat
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cybraryman12/20/124:06 PMRT @blairteach: A1: Several strategies & graphic organizers at Reading Quest http://t.co/wX4NjbX9 #engsschat
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MaryAnnReilly2/20/124:06 PMArts & performance-based, strategic rdg, choice--all are ways to build interest & rdg muscle. We need to expand def of rdg. #engsschat
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mooresclassroom2/20/124:06 PMHere's the best rundown on Reciprocal Reading that I could find online. Apparently it was big in the 80s http://t.co/iPPjx6SW #engsschat
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blairteach2/20/124:06 PMA1: Several strategies & graphic organizers at Reading Quest http://t.co/rxLVgmBY #engsschat
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Dontworryteach2/20/124:06 PMA1: Does anyone else use "Shared Reading" strategy - essentially read-aloud w/targeted student questions? Not sure how I like tho #engsschat
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ShawnMcCusker2/20/124:06 PMA1 Sturctured readings are good to help slower/challenge readers get key info to move to higher order thinking. #engsschat
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blairteach2/20/124:07 PM@Dontworryteach So glad you discovered the value of literacy strategies to support acquisition of content knowledge. #engsschat
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Shamlet2/20/124:07 PM@Becky_Ellis_ #engsschat I've generally found that some type of chunking/subdividing techniques also in order (another strategy to model)
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Mrs_Laf2/20/124:07 PMProvide multiple entry points through visuals, quotations, etc, to build background knowledge before reading. #engsschat
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42ThinkDeep2/20/124:07 PM@JudyArzt Post it notes work! #engsschat
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Dontworryteach2/20/124:07 PMA1: Want to use the ipad annotation strategy that @gregkulowiec shared on his blog but haven't had chance
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Becky_Ellis_2/20/124:07 PMAnnotating text is also very valuable for students and should be best practice with common core #engsschat
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MaryAnnReilly2/20/124:07 PM@mooresclassroom Rec. teaching is the most researched comprehension strategy. Palinscar and Brown. #engsschat
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cybraryman12/20/124:07 PMRT @MaryAnnReilly: Arts & performance-based, strategic rdg, choice--all are ways to build interest & rdg muscle. gr8 idea . #engsschat
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mooresclassroom2/20/124:07 PMEssence of Reciprocal Reading: students read in small groups. 1 person summarizes, 1 predicts, 1 questions and 1 clarifies. #engsschat
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JudyArzt2/20/124:07 PMOne issue, Ss can't write in books. Maybe e-readers that Ss can write in will help with engaging w/ text & reading critically. #engsschat
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writerswriting2/20/124:07 PM@MaryAnnReilly Yes, no one practicing a discipline reads anything cold. There is always pre-reading though, work and choice. #engsschat
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JudyArzt2/20/124:08 PM@Becky_Ellis_ Exactly, Becky, but until Ss can write in books, they can't annotate. Hope e-books & other tools will address this #engsschat
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Mrs_Laf2/20/124:08 PM@Becky_Ellis_ Agreed. We need to teach kids to hold their thinking and make it explicit. #engsschat
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mrami22/20/124:08 PM.@dontworryteach @Becky_Ellis_ how are you teaching students to take notes from readings? #engsschat
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MaryAnnReilly2/20/124:08 PM@writerswriting It's why it is such a shock & disappointment to listen to David Coleman. His ignorance about rdg is massive. #engsschat
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Becky_Ellis_2/20/124:08 PM@Dontworryteach @gregkulowiec Greg can you send a link to that, I remember it was a great tip. #engsschat
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mooresclassroom2/20/124:08 PM@blairteach Reading Quest is a great site. I've always liked that one. #engsschat
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cybraryman12/20/124:08 PMRT @Mrs_Laf: Provide multiple entry points through visuals, quotations, etc, to build background knowledge before reading. #engsschat
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MaryAnnReilly2/20/124:09 PMWhat it means 2 read needs 2B of paramount interest esp as the Common Core situates it so narrowly. Learners need broader def. #engsschat
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dlaufenberg2/20/124:09 PMQ1: I think we need to stop putting 'the reading' first and the interesting activity 2nd. hook with vid, dataviz, etc #engsschat
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Becky_Ellis_2/20/124:09 PMTeaching students how to identify context clues, and words that indicate order (first, second) is also valuable too #engsschat
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cybraryman12/20/124:09 PM@JudyArzt Very interesting point about being able to write in books or ebooks to annotate. #engsschat
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Shamlet2/20/124:09 PM@Mrs_Laf #engsschat Yes -- multiple entry points allow students to enter at different levels of thinking (skipping rungs on the ladder)
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wheretheclass2/20/124:09 PM@Becky_Ellis_ I agree completely. Students struggle with annotating. I have them practice with different tech too. #engsschat
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cybraryman12/20/124:10 PM@dlaufenberg So true when reading is a barrier to many students. #engsschat
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mrami22/20/124:10 PMLast week, we talked different ways non-fiction texts are organized, recognizing patterns helps Ss gain confidence w/ reading. #engsschat
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wheretheclass2/20/124:10 PM@JudyArzt I like putting passages up in collaborative software. Have them annotate together. http://t.co/OzZ0VoE1 #engsschat
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Becky_Ellis_2/20/124:10 PM@dlaufenberg on that note, I LOVE anticipation guides for getting into a piece of text #engsschat
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dlaufenberg2/20/124:10 PMQ1: Get their interest and some understanding through more visual means and then move to the reading and critical thinking #engsschat
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Dontworryteach2/20/124:10 PMGuess it was actually @katrinakennet who used the ipad to model annotating http://t.co/BIFPyXgO #engsschat
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dlaufenberg2/20/124:10 PMQ1: I am often puzzled that we put reading first when we know that it is a barrier for many struggling learners. #engsschat
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JudyArzt2/20/124:10 PM@ancientcivteach Won't be better if Ss could write right in the books #engsschat
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MaryAnnReilly2/20/124:11 PMRT @Shamlet: #engsschat Strategies and approaches need to be flexible enough for students to tailor and adapt. No need to be lock-step!
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dlaufenberg2/20/124:11 PM@cybraryman1 struggling readers will invest more if they have something to hold onto ... concept/content-wise #engsschat
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Mrs_Laf2/20/124:11 PM@cybraryman1 Sticky notes work great for annotating. Then those notes can be used as the basis for later writing. #engsschat
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Shamlet2/20/124:11 PM#engsschat Strategies and approaches need to be flexible enough for students to tailor and adapt. No need to be lock-step!
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cybraryman12/20/124:11 PMRT @TeachPleau: Burning question--> has anyone created common core rubrics? #engchat #sschat #engsschat
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ShawnMcCusker2/20/124:11 PMRT @TeachPleau: Burning question--> has anyone created common core rubrics? #engchat #sschat #engsschat
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blairteach2/20/124:11 PMRT @dlaufenberg: Q1: I think we need to stop putting 'the reading' 1st & the interesting activity 2nd. hook w/vid, dataviz, etc #engsschat
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jenniekaywrites2/20/124:11 PMand model exactly HOW to find context clues. Many students struggle with this. #engsschat
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TeachPleau2/20/124:11 PMBurning question--> has anyone created common core rubrics? #engchat #sschat #engsschat
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mooresclassroom2/20/124:11 PM@dlaufenberg Awesome point. Every great activity begins with a great hook or anticipatory set. #engsschat
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Dontworryteach2/20/124:11 PM@mrami2 @becky_ellis_ I model multiple formats but think kids have 2figure way that works for them. Para = 1 note as guide #engsschat
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MaryAnnReilly2/20/124:11 PMInt differences when students read w/ iPad as they have access to speech to text, search features, other's notes. #engsschat
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mrami22/20/124:12 PM@becky_ellis_ something we did in class together while reading some nonfiction writing. #engsschat
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Dontworryteach2/20/124:12 PM@dlaufenberg Honestly, video is just another form of complex text, so are images #engsschat
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cybraryman12/20/124:12 PM@EDSITEment That would work for more advanced but I worry about the struggling readers #engsschat
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Dontworryteach2/20/124:12 PM@dlaufenberg I try to start every unit &/or new idea with images or video. LOVE video #engsschat
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ancientcivteach2/20/124:12 PMLove those!@Becky_Ellis_: @dlaufenberg on that note, I LOVE anticipation guides for getting into a piece of text #engsschat
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cybraryman12/20/124:12 PM@Mrs_Laf You answered our question "sticky notes!' Thanks Color code them #engsschat
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Becky_Ellis_2/20/124:12 PM@mrami2 wait, was this the subject of #engchat last week? Or something you did in your class? #engsschat
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JudyArzt2/20/124:13 PM@cybraryman1 Sticky notes, not as intense as writing all over a book & interacting w/ it. Think of your college textbooks! #engsschat
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Becky_Ellis_2/20/124:13 PM@JudyArzt good point... I think we better warn of increased costs of photocopying in schools with low tech options. necessary!#engsschat
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Shamlet2/20/124:13 PM@dlaufenberg #engsschat I've found that thinking & accessing background knowledge first can lead to higher-level stuff even before we read.
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writerswriting2/20/124:13 PM#literacies MT @mrami2: #engsschat talked different ways non-fiction texts are organized, recognizing patterns helps Ss gain confidence
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ancientcivteach2/20/124:13 PMRT @Dontworryteach: @dlaufenberg I try to start every unit &/or new idea with images or video. LOVE video #engsschat
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wheretheclass2/20/124:13 PM@Mrs_Laf So helpful I encourage them to use sticky note programs online too via wallwisher and corkboard.me #engsschat
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cybraryman12/20/124:13 PMRT @Dontworryteach: @dlaufenberg I try to start every unit &/or new idea with images or video. LOVE video #engsschat Good strategy!
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