In and Out of School Literacy

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Literacy In and Out of the Classroom Hanna McMurry

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Teacher Produced Majority of the materials on the walls are NOT commercially made Title: Author: Red abbreviation at the bottom explains the type of book Labels for ELL students 4 out of the 22 students First Language = Burmese

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Student Produced

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The Classroom Library Books are displayed in 16 bins arranged by Genre About 25% of the library consists of nonfiction 300 books displayed at a time Books rotate Monthly Genres include… Historical Fiction Traditional Literature Realistic Fiction Poetry Biography Information Mystery Fantasy 60 min of Reading 15 min mini lesson Guided reading groups independent reading Does NOT reflect multicultural American Society, No bilingual books

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Literacy Practice: Math Word Problems Literacy is NOT limited to READING and WRITING Understanding Numbers and Symbols Whole Language Model Cueing System Figuring out what strategy to use by looking at key words like sum, product, and quotient Semantic Understanding charts and diagrams Numeracy Literacy in Math

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Literacy Practice: Math Word Problems WORD PROBLEMS Underline what I know Circle Clue Words Choose a Strategy Draw a picture, organize it, Act it out, Look for a pattern, guess and check, write, work backwards Solve the problem and show work Use numbers, symbols, pictures, charts, words Rubric Explain your answer Different Individual process for each person Use words to explain Encouraged to spell words to the best of their ability

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Literacy Practice: Math Word Problems

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Literacy Practice: Math Word Problems

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Fluent in the Classroom

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Format Of the TV Runs stories on different sports and scores THE BOTTOM LINE Must know abbreviations and symbols to understand Current Sport Score - Team abbreviations Symbols and Codes Constantly rotates THE LEFT SIDE COLUMN Brief headlines of what’s coming up next on the show Sequential Order Must know Team names and specific people’s names to know what you are looking for Understanding an idea with minimal words Bottom Corner- what is currently being talked about Multitasking Understanding two topics at a time

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Text Participant: Prior Knowledge Occurs while watching the show, not after the show is over Draw upon prior experiences Compare experiences Interpret the show with other participants Understand the texts are constructed to make meaning Positions and the general rules that apply Referee signals Processes: for example baseball teams getting to the world series

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Codebreaking: Abbreviations Abbreviations are necessary because of the amount of material the show shares Can not sound out letters to figure out the word, Some abbreviations can be figured out due to context clues After figuring out an abbreviation, then must figure out what those words mean too AFC, IRL, NASCAR, NBA, NCAA, NFC, NFL, NHL

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Symbols and Signs

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Critical Practices: Jay Harris and Brian Kenny Two hosts Alternate every couple of hours - Sports Analysts are brought in for interviews Report actual events and stories including top 10 plays, scores, and statistics, and news stories Must be fluent in statistics, scoring, abbreviations, and prior sports knowledge - Recognize that they have a purpose for talking - Offer opinions, bias, and points of view on sports - Will influence audience members to think critically as well about the game

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Text User: Sports Fans Has a purpose for watching the show, can make use of the information he/she learns Understands the different opinions of sports analysts that shape the texts Understands the abbreviations, scoring systems, and processes of the sport being talked about - Understands how to read scores and statistics to compare other players - Understands how to keep up with the hosts by knowing key words

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Fluent Sportscenter Fans

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Literacy Math Word Problems Sportscenter Top Down Theory Whole Language Model Critical Thinking Four Resource Model Language Numeracy Literacy Numeracy Literacy Language