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Stuff I've Tried

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Cindy Jackson

on 8 January 2015

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Modified for my class!

1. Mini-Lessons

2. Student Choice

3. One-on-one

Term One
-Point of view
-Lucy Calkins (personal narrative)

Free Reading
- reader log

Literacy Place
“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
Read Aloud

9:10 - 9:35 Second Choice

9:35 - 9:45 Mini-lesson

Cindy Jackson
Stuff I've Tried

-(SS) news articles, research, jot notes
-(Sci) persuasive paragraph, multi-modal, pics
-(Speech) informative, persuasive, entertaining
oral presentation

Ancient Athens Newspaper

Planet Report

Speech Competition

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

Term Two
Term Three
-figurative language
-powerful words

Novel Study

Figurative Language


KLO: Term 3
- Understands techniques writers use to
communicate meaning
- Uses comprehension strategies to understand
what is read
- Creates a variety of text
- Attends to grammar, usage, spelling, capitalization,
and punctuation

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
Additional Chapter
Book Bag
Book Cover
Character Cards
Conversation using Quotation Marks
Figurative Language
Readers Theatre
Journal as Character
News Article
Poetry Collection
Presentation as Character
Setting Map
Story Map
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