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Steineke.irc webinar.4.12.17

  1. 1. Unlocking Opportunities through Reading, Thinking, and Writing about Nonfiction Nancy Steineke IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar April 12, 2017
  2. 2. This button is key to the interaction! Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
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  4. 4. Wikimedia Commons Oral language probably started to develop around 100,000 years ago. Written language was conceived around 3200 BC, a little over 5000 years ago. Why is writing SO hard? Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  5. 5. Wikimedia Commons The brain has specialized areas ONLY for spoken language. Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  6. 6. Areas of the brain MUST BE RECRUITED for reading and writing! –David Sousa “Fascinating Revelations in How the Brain Learns to Read” December 14, 2016
  7. 7. Writing Involves Risk! Wikimedia Commons Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  8. 8. The Writing Wounded FOLLOW www.mrfitz.com Twitter @MrFitzComics Used by permission from David Finkle
  9. 9. Though well intended, our grading and commenting often discourages writers. Instead, we need to create opportunities for students to SAFELY share and discuss their writing with others on a regular basis. Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  10. 10. MOST CCSS – DERIVED STANDARDS Narrow the Range of Writing Tasks • Heavy emphasis on occasional, extended, high-stakes reports and essays • Full writing process steps and stages • Polished and public final graded work • Passing reference to “shorter research projects” and shorter “seatings” • No mention of “writing to learn” Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  11. 11. WRITING STANDARDS TOO LOW? Kids need far more writing practice than the CCSS calls for. Quick writing about curriculum content 5, 7, 12 times a day. More than teachers could ever read, much less grade. Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  12. 12. Tony Webster from Portland, Oregon - Alaskan Way Viaduct Traffic, Wikimedia Commons If we limit kids’ writing to the amount that we have time to read – or to grade – we become a bottleneck in their development. Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  13. 13. We must have faith in the unmonitored practice that undergirds so much learning. zaui/Scott Catron, flickr.com, Creative Commons Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  14. 14. Short Substantial Spontaneous Planned Exploratory Authoritative Informal Conventional Limited Sharing Public One-draft Multi-draft Unedited Edited Ungraded Assessable WRITING TO LEARN vs PUBLIC WRITING Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  15. 15. Short Substantial Spontaneous Planned Exploratory Authoritative Informal Conventional Limited Sharing Public One-draft Multi-draft Unedited Edited Ungraded Assessable WRITING TO LEARN vs PUBLIC WRITING Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  16. 16. Malene Thyssen, commons.wikimedia.org Quick and Easy-to-Implement Nonfiction Writing Strategies Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  17. 17. “Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and not clothed.” What are your thoughts, reaction to this quote? Fill the card’s front! Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  18. 18. Flip the Card!! Public Domain Quote is from a speech given by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1953. Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17 What questions do you have about this statement? “Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired signifies, in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and not clothed.”
  19. 19. Share your most interesting question! Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  20. 20. flickr.com/photos/jonnerin, Creative Commons Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
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  22. 22. 1869 Library of Congress Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
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  24. 24. As you view a section of the image, what do you SEE, THINK, or WONDER? Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
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  28. 28. Take a moment on your own to write a title for this political cartoon. Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  29. 29. Re-imagining the Text with Tableaux
  30. 30. TABLEAUX ELEMENTS • Tight composition • Multiple levels • Facing audience • Exaggerated facial expression—statue reflects emotion • Exaggerated gestures Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
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  33. 33. Thoreau: It is life near the bone where it is sweetest. Superfluous wealth can buy superfluities only. Money is not required to buy one necessary of the soul. Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  34. 34. Accountable ViewingAccountable Viewing Russell Mondy creative commons/flickr.com Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
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  36. 36. By Maros Mraz, commons.wikimedia.org Taking on Alternative Perspectives Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
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  38. 38. Who might be the readers of this article? Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  39. 39. Choose one of the roles we just listed and—in character—annotate as if you were that role. What would that person/character think? How would they react to this information? Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
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  41. 41. Alex Levitsky & Dmitry Shamatazhi, commons.wikimedia.org Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
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  45. 45. Studyfor30seconds
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  47. 47. • What story is this piece telling? • How is the artist attempting to shape the viewer’s impressions? • What choices did the artist make to shape the story depiction? Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  48. 48. Quick Write: Micro Non-Fictions TEXT From? To? SIX WORD MEMOIR Distill the essence of the topic/experience in only six words. “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.” Ernest Hemingway TWEET 140 characters or less (including handles/hashtags) BREAKING NEWS Bulletin, Current Update, News Alert Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  49. 49. What Micro Non-Fictions might these characters (people or objects) write? Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  50. 50. How do we manage the paper load? Simtropolitan, Wikimedia Commons Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  51. 51. • Kids have to write way more than we can read. • Writers need an audience, but it doesn’t have to be us! Deutsche Fotothek, commons.wikimedia.org Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  52. 52. What Makes Writing Easier? STUDENTS engage in short, authentic writing tasks every day, in every class with subject-matter content. STUDENTS’ WRITING is used during class to advance the lesson. STUDENTS’ WRITING is used to build relationships with others. TEACHERS assign more writing than they can read; they trust in unmonitored practice. STUDENTS WRITE with an eye towards voice, creativity, originality, and humor. Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17
  53. 53. Wired Wednesday Webinar, January 7, 2015 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgW7KRnV_4M Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17 Check out this archived webinar!
  54. 54. Slideshare.net #TextsandLessons #IRC2017 Steineke.IRC Wired Wednesday Webinar.4/12/17

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