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Disciplinary Literacy

 

Disciplinary Literacy Meetings- Library Media

 

Monday, September 24, 2018 at Lyons Mill ES from 4:00-5:00PM
Monday, October 8 at Mays Chapel ES  from 4:15-5:15PM
Monday, November 26 at Hawthorne ES from 4:00-5:00PM

 

Agenda

 
  1. Purpose setting- HOW and WHY we articulate our work.
  2. Group Matching Activity
  3. Curriculum Connection/ Assessment Disciplinary Literacy Capture Sheeet.docx  
    1. Engage (Model)
      1. Grade 5, Unit 1: Digital Citizenship - Creative Credit & Citing Sources Slam Dunk
      • Research Notes (Slide 3): Definitions, examples, and personal connections to concepts of plagiarism and copyright.
      • Informative Presentation (Slide 4) about plagiarism and copyright that could be used to teach 3rd or 4th grade students.
      • Citations for sources used for Research Notes and information included in Presentation (formatted in NoodleTools).
      • LM Grade 5 U1 L5 Copyright and Plagiarism Assessment (Schoology Quiz) 
    2. Inquire
      1. Grade 5, Unit 7: Act Now Supplies are Limited (ORM) 
    3. Include
      1. Grade 2, Unit 3 Community Pride 
    4. Collaborate
      1. Grade 3, Unit 2: Unique You 
    5. Curate
      1. Grade 4, Unit 7: Independent Research 
    6. Explore 
      1. Grade 1, Unit 4 Making Connections 
  4. Reflection 
    1. How will you review a lesson from the K-5 Library Curriculum for specific disciplinary literacy opportunities?
    2. How will you share the disciplinary literacy opportunities designed in an observation lesson plan?
    3. How will you communicate disciplinary literacy with your administration, colleagues, students, and community members?