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K-12 Evidence-Based Literacy Instruction: Implementing a Collective Effort to Support Students Part 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
michelle.amundson
35:17
Where is annotate
michelle.amundson
35:55
Im Grades K-2
Elena Allers
35:56
6-8
Theresa Crushshon
36:06
High School
troypoage
36:55
The different types of brain functions for literacy.
Lisa
36:58
how much goes into learning how to read.
Erica Burnham
36:58
Learning the sounds of letters before words- can’t just learn though sight words
Fran
37:11
Difference between spoken and written language
Julia Boynton
37:14
Simple View or Reading and Scarborough Rope Model
Elena Allers
37:16
That I have a deficit in hearing sounds
mollychingliak
37:22
Visual is also reading
Melissa
37:24
building neural connections, regions of the brain
Kerkhoff
37:29
The part of the brain that doesn’t come wired can be trained
M Hayes
37:30
Importance of repetition
joelle.gefre
37:46
Scarborough rope model
Pamella Simpson
37:52
That reading is unnatural
Lydia Zeisel
37:56
Verbal is natural, written word is not
Pamella Simpson
38:02
Or doesn’t come naturally
penny.gray
38:11
Building the nuerons
M Hayes
38:11
wiring the different areas of the brain to create readers
Jordan Scanlan
38:30
Fluency is one of the least known parts of reading.
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
38:43
neural connections and inadequate training in college at the secondary level
Pamella Simpson
39:15
Yes, agree with Kyra. We don’t learn what we need in college to teach reading
dianakurka
39:58
They are posted on the resource site.
Melissa Crane
40:29
o r go to Resource Page: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-k-12-evidence-based-literacy-instruction-implementing-a-collective-effort-to-support-students-fall-2020/
Theresa Crushshon
40:41
Having students use vocabulary words in their assignments,
penny.gray
40:59
The biggest challenge is helping my students to have a deep understanding of the vocabulary and how to use it properly
Julia Boynton
41:09
I instruct but I also use the program SpellingVocabularyCity.com
Elena Allers
41:36
morphology
Kaleigh Ryno
41:48
Making the vocabulary meaningful to the students, relating to their likes.
Lydia Zeisel
42:17
challenge is knowing what level they are at and what vocabulary they need and are ready for
Fran
42:20
confident: applying to background knowledge and making connections with real world. Challenge: how to do more than just “write the definition”
Julia Boynton
42:22
Challenge would be TIME. We have so much to cover in ELA spending appropriate time on Vocabulary is challenging
Theresa Crushshon
42:26
I feel confident when I use the vocabulary when we are reviewing material so they understand how it is used.
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
42:38
(Harvey) challenge in differentiating between severe learning disabilities and upper level skilled students. Confident in using vocabulary lexicon
Kaleigh Ryno
42:44
I agree Julia, time is a challenge
mollychingliak
42:58
decodable words are more manageable, the one I find challenging are the high frequency words
Pamella Simpson
43:04
Vocabulary related to their assignments is more of a successful venture for our class
Pamella Simpson
43:37
Coordinating academic vocabulary with the other teachers in Math and Science can be challenging
Erica Burnham
43:48
Challenging: Teaching prefixes and suffixes and root word meaning. Confident: have a variety of activities for teaching words beyond just definitions
Melissa
43:59
I'm confident using the reading curriculum vocabulary words and story selection vocabulary. What remains a challenge is the different "types" of vocabulary words: sight words, decodable words, concepts words
Pamella Simpson
44:19
Challenge = idioms
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
44:20
(Kyra) challenge in having students make personal connections with their vocabulary work. Confident in providing multiple opportunities to practice vocab
Melissa
48:27
reading aloud is so important for little ones
M Hayes
48:52
Hebb
Julia Boynton
51:19
I have a 17 month old and he is just starting to learn new words, it’s pretty exciting :)
Lexie Domaradzki
51:38
Go Julia! Lexicon opportunities!
Lexie Domaradzki
57:01
https://explicitinstruction.org/video-elementary/elementary-video-3/
Lexie Domaradzki
57:21
https://explicitinstruction.org/video-elementary/elementary-video-4/
Lisa
58:43
Also, how many new words a week should a middle schooler be taught that they will be able to retain?
Lexie Domaradzki
59:05
the research suggest 7-9 words a week
Lisa
59:35
Perfect! I thought I was wimping out just doing 8 a week.
Lexie Domaradzki
59:48
Great job, Lisa
M Hayes
59:50
Most fun incidental word I ever taught to a group of 7th graders was “disco”. I had everyone dancing. They will never forget what disco or the music is
Lexie Domaradzki
01:00:40
stayin alive, stayin alive! :)
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
01:02:08
We are using Inupiat language specific vocabulary to assist students in making background knowledge connections (Harvey’s comment)
Lexie Domaradzki
01:02:23
Wonderful!
Theresa Crushshon
01:03:03
Do you have vocabulary lists for us to work with?
Pamella Simpson
01:03:07
And like well and Whale
Hoeler_Joan
01:04:12
The eggplant story went around when I was teaching Deaf and HOH about 20 years ago.
Lexie Domaradzki
01:04:23
we can give you several suggestions, Theresa. There are many different lists and we can give you a few suggestions
Theresa Crushshon
01:08:32
Tier Three: childhood, freezing, grueling
Lydia Zeisel
01:09:08
I would say that you could combine sled and dog, sled dog for tier three
Hoeler_Joan
01:10:40
A parent took their child shopping. Child asks, “What’s that?” Parent says, “It’s an egggplant. It’s vegetable. Some people don’t like it but it has a lot of vitamins and is just a fun vegetable. Second scenario parent responds. It’s an eggplant. That’s a vegetable. And moves on. Third scenario parent says, it’s an eggplant and walks away. Fourth scenario is the the parent of a deaf child who can’t sign enough to explain that, takes their child’s hand and walks away. I know that sounds harsh but 80% of parents of deaf children cannot sign, although I know they love their children.
Theresa Crushshon
01:10:44
Great image to use here in Alaska in our classrooms.
Melissa
01:11:27
Something else to consider is the audience reading this story...students in Alaska have a lot of background knowledge with sled dogs, freezing, artic storms.
MirabelleNausialuataqblossom
01:16:47
Where is the link for these resources? I joined late b/c our internet was down in Diomede.
Melissa Crane
01:17:10
Resource Page: https://asdn.org/webinar-resource-page-k-12-evidence-based-literacy-instruction-implementing-a-collective-effort-to-support-students-fall-2020/
Pamella Simpson
01:37:51
yes
Elena Allers
01:37:51
yes
penny.gray
01:37:52
yes
Lydia Zeisel
01:37:53
yes
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
01:37:53
yes
kswanson
01:37:56
What link?
Melissa
01:37:57
yes
joelle.gefre
01:38:01
yes
Shelby
01:38:03
https://explicitinstruction.org/video-elementary/elementary-video-3
kswanson
01:38:20
14
joelle.gefre
01:45:37
back
troypoage
01:45:38
back
Kerkhoff
01:45:38
back
kswanson
01:45:39
hello
Hoeler_Joan
01:45:39
yes
Lydia Zeisel
01:45:40
Here now
Julia Boynton
01:45:40
back
Pamella Simpson
01:45:40
back
mollychingliak
01:45:40
back
MirabelleNausialuataqblossom
01:45:42
back
M Hayes
01:45:42
yes
Kaleigh Ryno
01:45:47
back
michelle.amundson
01:45:47
back
Theresa Crushshon
01:45:48
:)
Elena Allers
01:45:49
back
Erica Burnham
01:45:54
My 3 year old wants to finish the video….
mollychingliak
01:45:54
Yes
Shelby
01:46:41
Erica :)
Lydia Zeisel
01:47:04
many hand motions
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
01:47:06
Too many to count :) She made many actions to explain the words, like pointing to the pictures. She also clarified many times
Theresa Crushshon
01:47:12
Engaging, exciting
Jordan Scanlan
01:47:14
very energetic
Julia Boynton
01:47:18
She quickly explained what the word meant
mollychingliak
01:47:18
hand motions to help with definition
Lydia Zeisel
01:47:19
Restating in other words
Sheree Smith
01:47:20
If you weren’t looking for it, you may not even notice
Elena Allers
01:47:20
Defines words within story
Julia Boynton
01:47:21
13
M Hayes
01:47:27
kept the flow
joelle.gefre
01:47:27
hand motions and engaging
penny.gray
01:47:28
Paced evenly
Kerkhoff
01:47:28
quick, didn’t waste time 27
Lydia Zeisel
01:47:30
interaction and feedback from kids
annemagalsky
01:47:30
She read the story like a “human thesaurus” :)
Theresa Crushshon
01:47:31
Lots of movement
Melissa
01:47:42
a lot of gestures, simple definitions, synonyms
kswanson
01:47:42
Explained words, many gestures, tone of voice changes
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
01:47:46
high energy and engaging the kids
annemagalsky
01:47:50
Sh used thumbs-up for kids to engage
Hoeler_Joan
01:47:50
partner sharing
dianakurka
01:48:20
The video will be one option for the assignment for those taking the webinar for credit.
dianakurka
01:49:21
The Extended Instruction video will also be an option.
Shelby
01:51:15
https://explicitinstruction.org/video-elementary/elementary-video-4/
Hoeler_Joan
01:53:00
yes
Coach Bentz
01:53:00
yes
mollychingliak
01:53:01
yes
joelle.gefre
01:53:02
yes
Lydia Zeisel
01:53:02
yes
kswanson
01:53:02
yes
Elena Allers
01:53:03
yes
Julia Boynton
01:53:04
yes
Jordan Scanlan
01:53:04
yes
Melissa
01:53:05
yes
michelle.amundson
01:53:14
yes
joelle.gefre
01:59:48
back
Julia Boynton
01:59:49
back
Erica Burnham
01:59:49
back
Kerkhoff
01:59:50
back
kswanson
01:59:50
Back
Pamella Simpson
01:59:50
back
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
01:59:51
back
michelle.amundson
01:59:52
back
Lisa
01:59:53
back
mollychingliak
01:59:53
back
Melissa
01:59:54
back
Elena Allers
01:59:54
back
Kaleigh Ryno
01:59:55
back
Amy MacPherson
01:59:59
back
Coach Bentz
02:00:00
back
Lydia Zeisel
02:00:01
back
Hoeler_Joan
02:00:03
back
Theresa Crushshon
02:00:05
:) back
Jordan Scanlan
02:00:38
back
Lydia Zeisel
02:02:17
Redirect students who may have missed the meaning. Give correct and incorrect examples. Repetition. Guide struggling students.
Pamella Simpson
02:02:19
Repetition and examples
troypoage
02:02:23
Repetitive
penny.gray
02:02:25
She keeps it at the students level
Julia Boynton
02:02:27
Keeping the same tense of the word
Kerkhoff
02:02:28
Variety of ways to express the targeted word
annemagalsky
02:02:29
She kept eliciting students use of the word
Melissa
02:02:29
repeating the word several times
Elena Allers
02:02:32
Pacing, repetition
joelle.gefre
02:02:33
repetition, discussion
Lisa
02:02:37
if the kid didn’t give an example sentence of how they were impressed, she gave him a sentence to say and waited for him to say it.
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
02:02:42
repetition, pacing of questions
Coach Bentz
02:02:42
reps
Hoeler_Joan
02:02:45
Checking for understanding
mollychingliak
02:02:50
Repetition, give non expamptles
annemagalsky
02:02:57
Asked them to construct sentences with a frame
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
02:03:02
Keeping them on topic
Jordan Scanlan
02:03:07
Contious repetition
Sheree Smith
02:03:14
There was good mastery, but she goes so fast many of my students don’t have that processing speed.
Coach Bentz
02:03:16
I like the question method you just did.
Theresa Crushshon
02:03:26
She encouraged them to talk by asking questions.
mollychingliak
02:04:12
i was enjoying learning with the kids
joelle.gefre
02:04:22
17 first word, 28 second word, 9 third word
joelle.gefre
02:04:33
I could definitely be off. :)
Hoeler_Joan
02:05:26
defenses-things that keep you safe
Jordan Scanlan
02:05:34
Bark- a sound a dog makes, the outside layer of a tree.
Melissa
02:05:39
discover - to learn something new
Julia Boynton
02:05:43
shelter: a place to protect you from the weather
penny.gray
02:05:56
Apex, the top of or the highest
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
02:06:02
habitat—a place where someone or something lives
Elena Allers
02:06:08
critters, animals
annemagalsky
02:06:11
Food chain- animals that depend on each other for food
Kaleigh Ryno
02:06:18
habitat- a place where things live
Hoeler_Joan
02:06:18
I keep looking for a thumbs up to telll my colleagues I like their comments.
Coach Bentz
02:06:27
water, something you can drink and swim in!
kswanson
02:06:32
Habitat-the surrounding area where something/someone lives
Lisa
02:14:19
how many a week would you cover?
Lisa
02:14:38
and how do you balance it with other vocabulary words
M Hayes
02:21:54
can we see the polls?
Melissa Crane
02:26:12
Survey Link 2: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CYKD267
Melissa Crane
02:26:23
Credit Course Link: https://www.cvent.com/d/47qqnn
penny.gray
02:26:43
Thanks everyone…
Shelby
02:26:56
Thank you all!
michelle.amundson
02:29:55
If I took this class in the Spring can I get credit for again
KyraHarvey Vucasovich
02:30:17
Thanks for a great discussion tonight!
Lexie Domaradzki
02:30:19
Thank you everyone! Great to be with you tonight
Theresa Crushshon
02:30:43
Thank you.
Coach Bentz
02:32:07
Thank all, this is great!