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Reading Across the Curriculum--Science

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Connie Joyce

on 29 May 2015

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Transcript of Reading Across the Curriculum--Science

The English Teacher and the Common Core
How Does Social Studies Fit In?
CC Science
Literacy Standards
What Quizzes Are There for My Curriculum?
Reading Counts
20-question quizzes with 30 poss. questions
Students test in the library before school,
lunch, after school
Library staff gives teachers the scores

Can make our own quizzes!
English Assignment:

1,000 pages per semester
(approx. 60 pages per week)

Allows for flexibility

Other depts can piggy-back on this assign.

Varying reading levels.
Reading Across the Curriculum
How do I get English teachers to assign pleasure reading again?
The TL's Challenge . . .
Fiction with Science
Determine the central ideas of a source
Analyze a series of events described in a text
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text
Cite specific textual evidence
Analyze a series of events described in a text
Analyze how a text uses structure to emphasize key points
Compare the point of view of two or more authors
Integrate quantitative or technical analysis with qualitative analysis
Assess the reasoning and evidence in a text support the author’s claims
Compare and contrast treatments of the same topic in several sources
Further Possibilities

If microbes didn't exist, people would:
A. not have medicines like aspirin.
B. not have any oxygen to breathe.
C. have to make glass from something else.
D. be swamped with dead bodies.
Resultant force is when:
A. a force loses energy over time.
B. multiple forces act upon an object.
C. an object explodes suddenly.
D. only a small amount of force escapes.
Organ donation
Medical ethics
Genetic engineering
Huntington's chorea

Why did Marie choose uranium rays for her
doctoral research?
A. Her brother owned uranium mines in Poland.
B. She had already started working with it.
C. She would not have to read a long bibliography.
D. She would be able to work by herself again.
Vector Three stated that the most likely source of contamination of the earth would come:
A. from the effects of pollution.
B. from aliens.
C. from another planet's soil.
D. from the earth itself.
What's Next?
Completely voluntary
Can be molded how department wants.

Partially funded now
Looking for full funding for 9th and 10th by August.
Full support of Mr. Willborn
Goal to add 11th and 12th.
This is what I read this semester!
485 pgs. 96 pgs. 144 pgs. 111 pgs. 198 pgs.
(also counts for history class)
(also counts for science class)
1034 pages total
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