开始时间: 待定 持续时间: Unknown
大学或机构: New Teacher Center
授课老师： Lisa Mount
The Common Core State Standards are new and will challenge our students to show evidence of learning in new ways. Instructional shifts are required, especially for teachers who must now incorporate literacy into content areas. Integrating the literacy standards can be difficult to do well. In this course you will have the support of a community and harness the power of collaboration exchanging ideas with colleagues, as you integrate the teaching of reading and writing strategies into your content area curriculum.
You will use a template task from the Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC) to incorporate literacy into your content area. These template tasks are a part of a much more in-depth LDC Module design and will serve to introduce you to the model and process
In the first section of this course, you will be introduced to the Literacy Design Collaborative, a process to implement literacy CCSS into the content areas. Next you create a pre-assessment for your students to determine your focus for a reading or writing strategy. After you have implemented your strategy, you will then develop a template task to use with your students. Lastly you will assess your students using the appropriate rubric. In the final section, you will discuss what worked in this process and how you might continue to use and learn more about the LDC tools as part of your teaching.
Learn how to apply some of the tools from the Literacy Design Collaborative to incorporate Common Core literacy strategies into your content area. In this course you will implement a template task and examine student work according to the LDC writing rubric.