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  1. Close Analytical Reading in the Common Core Robin Fogarty Brian Pete Robin Fogarty & Associates robinfogarty.com

  2. How to Teach Thinking Skills Within the Common Core 7 Key Student Proficiencies of the New National Standards

  3. School Leaders Guide To the Common Core Achieving Results Through Rigor and Relevance

  4. Meet and Greet

  5. Share what you remember about how you learned to read . . .

  6. In the ELA Common Core State Standards the word Analyze Appears 81 times . . .

  7. In the MATH Common Core State Standards the word Analyze Appears 28 times . . .

  8. 7 KeyProficiencies

  9. 7 Proficiencies Critical Thinking Creative Thinking Complex Thinking Comprehensive Thinking Collaborative Thinking Communicative Thinking Cognitive Transfer

  10. Common CoreHigh FrequencyWords21 Selected

  11. A detour . . . A temporary inconvenience for permanent improvement

  12. “Analyze” ELA Analyze Theme SS Analyze Point of View CONSUMER ED Analyze Prices SCIENCE Analyze Velocity ART/MUSIC Analyze Style MATH Analyze Statistics HEALTH/PE Analyze Benefits Digital Literacy Analyze Website Interdisciplinary Model

  13. Explicit Teaching Common Core Standards

  14. Three Phase Model Phase 1: Talk Through Teacher-Directed Lesson Phase II: Walk-Through Guided Classroom Lesson Phase II Drive-Through CCSS Performance

  15. Talk Through CCSS Performance Task Applying Thinking Skill(s) Independently

  16. Look at your bill and decide what are the parts that you will need to address . . .

  17. Counterfeit. . .

  18. Things we might consider . . . • Size • Type of Paper • Ink • Designs • Serial Numbers

  19. PART Preview the whole situation. Assess the individual parts. Reorganize by similarities and differences. Turn the analysis into a summary or synthesis. Menu of Operations: “How-to” Steps for Students

  20. A B C D E 1 2 3 4 5

  21. Think Pair Share Analyze means . . .

  22. Analyzing is. . . • Examining • Taking apart • Appraising • Noticing Details • Dissecting • Discerning

  23. PART Preview the whole situation. Assess the individual parts. Reorganize by similarities and differences. Turn the analysis into a summary or synthesis. Menu of Operations: “How-to” Steps for Students

  24. Video: Video Content • 90 seconds long • Cell Phone Ad • From S. Korea What things (elements) might you see that you will have to account for when analyzing this video

  25. PART Preview the whole situation. Assess the individual parts. Reorganize by similarities and differences. Turn the analysis into a summary or synthesis. Menu of Operations: “How-to” Steps for Students

  26. PART Preview the whole situation. Assess the individual parts. Reorganize by similarities and differences. Turn the analysis into a summary or synthesis. What is the same about each scene? Characters? Setting? Action? What is the different about each scene? Characters? Setting? Action?

  27. Video

  28. Youtube Video – Disconnect to Connect http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ae0tzVo8Fw

  29. Habits of Mind Art Costa

  30. What was once educationally significant, but difficult to measure, has been replaced by what is insignificant and easy to measure. So, now we test how well we have taught what we do not value. Art Costa

  31. To whom is the author directing this message? Give 3 possible answers.

  32. B A Partners

  33. V S ERVE & olley

  34. Partner # A Who needs to hear this message? Explain Partner #B Agree or Disagree – Give at least 1 reason Partner #A Summarize both comments into one sentence. Partner #B Synthesize conversation into three words or less.

  35. Higher Order Thinking Skills Preview the whole situation. Assess the individual parts. Reorganize by similarities & differences. Turn the analysis into a summary or synthesis. Analyze Account for literal similarities and differences. Look again; don’t miss the obvious. Investigate the hidden details of likeness & difference. Know the categories. Express in alternating or dual descriptions. Compare Contrast Begin with the big picture. Look at the elements. Extract the essence. Name the nuggets. Design a seamless image. Synthesize

  36. How to Teach Thinking Skills Within the Common Core 7 Key Student Proficiencies of the New National Standards

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