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Higher order thinking in reading
Transcript of Higher order thinking in reading
Tip of the Iceberg
THE COMMON CORE SOLUTION:
a result of studies showing students entering college couldn't read college level text.
Common Core State Standards and Complex Text
I can identify critical information
regarding complex text.
QUANTITATIVE (analyzed mathematically):
QUALITATIVE (professionally determined):
levels of meaning and purpose
vocabulary and word choice
reader's background knowledge
structure and organization
HOW THE HECK AM I GOING TO DO THAT????
COME CLOSE and Actively Engage----------------BY CLOSE READING!!!!
Number the paragraphs
Read silently (cold read)
Mark the text--circle key terms/vocabulary
--underline main ideas and phrases
Think about your thinking
Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity
Read and comprehend complex literary and informational texts independently and proficiently.
Students can only gain this foundation when
the curriculum is
to develop rich content knowledge within and across grades.
Reader and Task (professionally determined):
knowledge and experience
purpose for reading
complexity of the task assigned to text
complexity of questions assigned to text
Overuse of these may impede progress toward CCSS goals
Automatically substituting lower level texts for targeted students or for all students.
Playing the audio version of all texts, including the novels
Omitting activities without understanding the whole picture of the unit
Changing the rubrics (Social Studies)