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5 Tech Tools That Help Students Develop a Love of Reading

5 Tech Tools That Help Students Develop a Love of Reading | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it
Jessica Sanders provides 5 great tech tools that are bound to get your students learning to love reading in no time flat.
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What is "Close" Reading?

What is "Close" Reading? | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it
Close reading is the idea that students will re-read certain texts in order to develop a deeper ... (RT @adamsteaching: My new blog: What is "Close" Reading?

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Reading Sage: NC CCSS ELA Close Reading Resources

Reading Sage: NC CCSS ELA Close Reading Resources | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it
Teachers, Administrators, Parents and Students need to prepare for the more rigorous CCSS ELA reading standards with careful examination and study of text demands. The Close Reading CCSS ELA resources below are ...
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Home - The Teacher Toolkit

Home - The Teacher Toolkit | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it
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Great reminders of engagement strategies

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So what is close reading?

So what is close reading? | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it

"If you came into our classes and asked our students what close reading is, what they’d probably describe is something that can be boiled down to this: the careful interpretation of a text wherein which readers pay close attention to the way ideas unfold as they read. Often, this involves annotating texts for the sake of slowing ourselves down and recording our thinking so that we can do cool stuff with what you read."


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Tools for Analyzing Primary Sources and Close Reading

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I love EDSITEment! If you haven't been there, you really need to head over and check it out. Joe Phelan, an educational liasion, describes EDSITEment as: the K-12 digital outreach program from the ...


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What, exactly, is close reading of the text? | Granted, and...

What, exactly, is close reading of the text? | Granted, and... | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it
Readers of the blog no doubt know that the title of this post refers to the general discussions taking place nationally around the ELA Common Core Standards – especially, in light of the firm words from David Coleman himself ...
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Close Reading Exemplars

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Joan Cansdale's curator insight, May 30, 2013 8:37 PM

Very detailed teaching plans along with annotated texts for close reading. 

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Close Reading - Resources via Aspen

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The Close Reading Primer provides straightforward advice to practitioners and policymakers on how to use close reading to improve student achievement.


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3 Go-To Close Reading Strategies

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3edchat #commoncore #ccss #edchat 3 Go-To Close Reading Strategies by Abi Frost With the shift to Common Core State Standards, there has been lots of talk of “close reading.”  As a reading specialist, my responsibility is to help m...


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Principals Close Reading With Teachers

Principals Close Reading With Teachers | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it

Step 1: Annotate

Step 2: Analyze

Step 3: Reflect


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Pamela Perry King's curator insight, July 7, 2013 10:38 PM

Great Idea for Professional Development! Teacher as the student.

ratzelster's curator insight, July 21, 2013 10:57 AM

Super simple.   Easy to understand.  This may be one of the best articles I've read on this concept.....there's been so much fuss and it's really only 3 simple steps.

lbligen's curator insight, August 4, 2013 3:29 PM

Strategies principals use to evaluate teachers by annotating, analyzing and reflecting. 

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Close Reading | EngageNY

Close Reading | EngageNY | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it

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Mary Reilley Clark's curator insight, June 19, 2013 9:14 PM

There are some excellent resources for explaining and reviewing close reading.  I'm not a fan of worksheets, but these materials may help teachers develop their own approach to close reading.

John Scott Lucas's curator insight, June 20, 2013 12:17 AM

Some excellent unit plans for teaching Close Reading in grades 6-12.  Follows Common Core standards, but also helpful to those of us in VIrginia.

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A Portrait of a District Getting Smarter about the Core: Webster Central School District | EngageNY

A Portrait of a District Getting Smarter about the Core: Webster Central School District | EngageNY | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it

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Catherine Schmidt's curator insight, June 16, 2013 5:23 PM

The Webster Central School District, highlighted in this video, is getting smarter about the Common Core. This district prioritized several key action steps to inform and provide professional development to all of their educators around CCSS.

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wwwatanabe: Close Read Complex Text, and Annotate with Tech--Part 1

wwwatanabe: Close Read Complex Text, and Annotate with Tech--Part 1 | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it

Students need to be taught how to read complex texts. One of the strategies for learning how is close reading. It slows the reader down to notice and ponder more. It also connects meaning and builds sytems of thought.


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On close reading, part 2 | Granted, and...

On close reading, part 2 | Granted, and... | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it
What is close reading? As I said in my previous blog post, whatever it is, it differs from a personal response to the text. But let's now read a bit more closely on close reading to determine what it is.
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What Close Reading Actually Means

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What Close Reading Actually Means (RT @patrickmlarkin: What Close Reading Actually Means via @grantwiggins http://t.co/xBsyOZtJmm #edchat #commoncore #bpschat)...

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Cold Versus Warm Close Reading - Catherine Snow

Cold Versus Warm Close Reading - Catherine Snow | Common Core State Standards | Scoop.it

Cold Versus Warm Close Reading: Stamina and the Accumulation of Misdirection

by Catherine Snow

 

"The tasks were more rigorous and more challenging than most students currently have access to, and undeniably would constitute a better preparation for the demands of college and the work place – if students can actually engage them. But if students find the tasks too difficult or too irrelevant to bother with, then the rigor will be of little value."


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