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Stuff I've Tried
Transcript of Stuff I've Tried
2. Student Choice
-Point of view
-Lucy Calkins (personal narrative)
- reader log
“It Takes a Leader”
KLO: Term 1
- Experiments with language to obtain new
knowledge and share with others
- Uses prior knowledge and language cues to read
- Plans and generates ideas to communicate
- Attends to grammar, usage, spelling,
capitalization, and punctuation
90 Minute Block
8:15 - 8:25 Mini-lesson
8:25 - 8:50 First Choice
8:50 - 9:10 Mini-lesson or
9:10 - 9:35 Second Choice
9:35 - 9:45 Mini-lesson
Stuff I've Tried
-(SS) news articles, research, jot notes
-(Sci) persuasive paragraph, multi-modal, pics
-(Speech) informative, persuasive, entertaining
Ancient Athens Newspaper
KLO: Term 2
- Presents and shares effectively through oral and visual
- Applies the inquiry process to manage ideas and information
- Makes changes to written work to improve communication
- Attends to grammar, usage, spelling, capitalization, and punctuation
- Demonstrates respect for diversity through language choices and
interpretation of oral, print and other media texts
KLO: Term 3
- Understands techniques writers use to
- Uses comprehension strategies to understand
what is read
- Creates a variety of text
- Attends to grammar, usage, spelling, capitalization,
Different readers have a different response to what they have read depending on their prior experience and knowledge.
EFFERENT: "the reader's attention is primarily focused on what will remain as a residue after the reading - the information to be acquired, the logical solution to a problem, the actions to be carried out."
AESTHETIC: "the reader's attention is centered directly on what he is living through during his relationship with a particular text."
Susan Kosanovich's IRPs
Conversation using Quotation Marks
Journal as Character
Presentation as Character