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Sequencing and Scaffolding

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jill diamond

on 10 February 2014

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Transcript of Sequencing and Scaffolding

Sequencing and Scaffolding
Gradual Release of Responsibly
Kate Keinert: Sandpoint High School
7 years experience teaching English, French, health, film studies, and PE.
University of Idaho: M.Ed. Curriculum and Instruction
Northwest Inland Writing Project Leadership Board
NCTE Annual Conference Presenter Las Vegas, 2012
Jill Diamond: Lewiston School District
Scaffolding Essay Writing about Reading
Focus Standard: RI.9-10.3 Analyze how complex characters (e.g., those with multiple or conflicting motivations) develop over the course of a text, interact with other characters, and advance the plot or develop the theme.

PURPOSE: For students to read and annotate for a specific purpose, understanding how to gather and organize information found in the text to support a claim about character relationship.
KEY CONCEPTS: symbolism, characterization

Show Me
Help Me
Let Me
I Do
We Do
You Do

By Kate Keinert and Jill Diamond
I Do
We Do
Text Complexity : Handful of Dates
by: El Tayeb Salih

Quantitative: 1290L

Mean Sentence Length: 25 words

Sequencing: What Came Before This Lesson
Teacher Demonstration
Sequencing: How do we continue this lesson to support essay writing?
Students Annotate (you do)
Discussion of the whole story (we do)
Graphic Organizers to organize thinking
Teacher modeling (I do)
Paired work (we do)
Students model thinking (we do)
Individual work (you do)
Construction of essay (I do)
teacher models (I do)
Paired work (we do)
Student models thinking (we do)
Individual work (you do)
Revision of Essay (we do)
Teacher models (I do)
Paired work (we do)
Student models (we do)
Individual work (you do)
Teacher hat: What strategies were used today?
How can we ratchet these strategies up or down based on the needs of our learners or teaching context?
Beginning with the end in mind
Choral Reading
Focused Annotating
Modeling Expectations
Student models
Gradual release
Graphic organizers
Kate Keinert: kathryne.Keinert@lposd.org

Jill Diamond: jillanndiamond@gmail.com
Northwest Inland Writing Project: morr@uidaho.edu

8 years experience in 5th and 6th grade
ELA Curriculum Resource Teacher
University of Colorado: M.A. Curriculum and Instruction
National Board Certified teacher
Northwest Inland Writing Project Co-director
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