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ELA CC Text Complexity for 5th Grade

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Liz Ramirez

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Transcript of ELA CC Text Complexity for 5th Grade

Charting: Text Complexity Crisis 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Review Reading Standards: Foundational Skills (Pg.8) 1. What are the foundational skills for 5th grade?

2. How could explicit instruction of Foundational Skills be incorporated into your ELA instructional time? Next Steps: Choose one:
Use a Smarter Balance Assessment Sample with your class
Incorporate text dependent questions into your reading instruction
Plan to use a more complex text with appropriate scaffolding as needed
Search the internet for "text complexity" - Bring samples of something you found particularly helpful Welcome & Purpose Common Core Changes
Text Complexity
Instructional Shifts
Teaching Foundational Reading Skills

Collaboration with Colleagues

Maintaining an "EL Lens" 4 Reading Teachers in 1 1. Grade Level Text
- Grade level text materials (with scaffolds) that support comprehension, fluency, and decoding
2. Foundational Skills
- Foundational reading skills instruction (including remediation)
3. Leveled Text
-Independent level texts that support fluency and decoding practice
4. Intervention (Tier 1)
- Addressing specific skill gaps/deficiencies High School textbooks have declined in all subject areas over several decades Average length in sentences in K-8 textbooks has declined from 20 to 14 words.

Vocabulary demands have declined. For example:
8th grade textbooks = former 5th grade textbooks;
12th grade anthologies = former 7th grade texts Complexity of texts students are expected to read is WAY BELOW what is required to achieve college and career readiness Complexity of college and career texts has remained steady or increased, resulting in a huge gap How do we support struggling readers in accessing grade level texts? PD Expectations: Fully Participate
Learn Together
Support Each Other ELA Common Core
District Min Day #3 Accessing texts – it’s a marathon Homework Check-in:
Share with colleagues what you have started experimenting with... http://www.readingrockets.org/article/51433/ Marathon Training Schedule Which match-up will make Kobe a better basketball player? All Students need access to complex texts Read "Text Complexity is the New Black"
1s - read pgs 7-10
2s - read pgs 10-13
3s - read pgs 14-17
Read for:
Big Ideas
Considerations for Instruction The need to look at all measures of text complexity Text Complexity Model Reader and Task considerations Quantitative measures Qualitative measures
Text complexity is defined by: Quantitative Reader and Task Qualitative Instructional Shifts:
Textual Evidence
Text Dependent Questions
Building Knowledge through Content-rich Nonfiction
Reading, Writing, and Speaking Grounded in Evidence from the Text Text Dependent questions
*Read "Guide to Creating Text Dependent Questions for Close Analytical Reading" HO

*At your table, discuss how this compares with your current practice, what you may need to do differently, etc...
Text dependent questions The Foundational Skills are focused on developing students’ understanding and working-knowledge of print concepts, phonological awareness, phonics and word recognition, and fluency. All Teachers Are Responsible for Foundational Skills Standards Foundational Skills The Foundational Skills are focused on developing students’ understanding and working-knowledge of print concepts, phonological awareness, phonics and word recognition, and fluency. Smarter Balance Sample Items
http://dese.mo.gov/divimprove/assess/sbac.html See pg 24 CC booklet
and article pgs 2-3 Go to CA CCC ELA Standards Booklet:
Highlight 5th Grd Reading standards (Lit and Info) that ask students to use textual evidence...
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