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  1. Good Morning! Before we begin, please: take a moment to answer the questions on the orange slip of paper place a sticky dot on each poster to represent your familiarity with the 5Es and Reading Strategies

  2. What was your favorite book as a child?

  3. Workshop Goals Receive an overview of Picture Book Science Learn how to integrate picture books and reading strategies into elementary science lessons Experience the 7E ( 5E) Instructional Model Participate in Model Lessons Write Your Own “Picture Book Science Lessons” Have some fun 

  4. 3 Main Components of PPS • Reading Strategies • The 5E Model

  5. 3 Main Components of PPS • Reading Strategies • The 5E Model • Inquiry

  6. Why Use Children’s Literature? • Lack of Time - Integration is Key

  7. Why Use Children’s Literature? • Context for Concepts Earth & Space Sciences: Describe how day and night are caused by Earth’s rotation.

  8. Why Use Children’s Literature? • More Depth of Coverage “More Books to Read” Section

  9. Why Use Children’s Literature? • Improved Reading and Science Skills

  10. Why Use Children’s Literature? • Engaging to Students of All Ages

  11. Cautions • Story line may distract –stay focused on the science content • Be aware of “watered-down” science content • Be aware of misconceptions

  12. Suggestions • Choose science objectives first • Collaborate with a knowledgeable colleague • Choose a variety of books, including fiction/nonfiction pairs

  13. Why Read Aloud in Science? • Opportunity to model the strategies of proficient readers • Students’ minds are free to explore the meaning of difficult science concepts when the teacher does the decoding • Fine-tunes students’ observational/listening skills

  14. Why Read Aloud in Science? • Being read to is the most influential activity for building the knowledge required for eventual success in reading (Anderson, Heibert, Scott, and Wilkinson 1985).

  15. 10 Tips for Reading Aloud p8 • Preview the Book • Set the Stage • Celebrate the Author & Illustrator • Read with Expression • Share the Pictures • Encourage Interaction • Keep the Flow • Model Reading Strategies • Don’t Put it Away • Have Fun!

  16. Six Key Reading Strategies p10-12 (Harvey and Goudvis) • Making Connections • Questioning • Visualizing • Inferring • Determining Importance • Synthesizing

  17. Create a Poster • With your team, create a poster that represents your reading strategy • You may want to use pictures, lists, graphic organizers, and/or specific examples

  18. Tools to Enhance Comprehension p12-15 • Anticipation Guide • Chunking • Cloze Strategy • Most Valuable Point • O-W-L Chart • Pairs Read • Picture Walk • Questioning the Author • Rereading • Sketch to Stretch • Stop and Jot • Turn and Talk • Using Features of Nonfiction • Venn Diagram

  19. The 5E Model p29-34

  20. 5 E Lesson Model • BSCS 5E Instructional Model, commonly referred to as the 5E model (or the 5Es). • Developed by the Biological Sciences Curriculum Study (BSCS)

  21. Engage • introductory stage • capture students’ interest.

  22. explore • cooperative exploration activities • build models • collect data • make and test predictions • form new predictions

  23. Explain • Explains possible solutions to others • Listens critically to explanations of other students and the teacher • Uses recorded observations in explanations

  24. elaborate • Applies new labels, definitions, explanations, and skills in new but similar situations • Uses previous information to ask questions, propose solutions, make • decisions, design experiments • Records observations and explanations

  25. evaluate • Demonstrates an understanding of the concept or skill • Answers open-ended questions by using observations, evidence, and previously accepted explanations • Evaluates his/her own progress and knowledge

  26. The 5Es Teacher – page 32

  27. The 5Es Student – page 33

  28. Picture Perfect & CCSS

  29. Picture Perfect & CCSS Reading Reading Key Ideas and Details Range of Reading & Level of Text Complexity Craft and Structure Integration of Knowledge & Ideas

  30. Picture Perfect & CCSS Reading Key Ideas & Details Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it. Analyze how and why ideas and events develop and interact over the course of a text. Determine central ideas or themes of a text and analyze and summarize details and ideas.

  31. Picture Perfect & CCSS Reading Craft and Structure Interpret words and phrases as they are used in a text and analyze how word choices shape the meaning. Assess how purpose shapes the content and style of a text. Analyze the structure of texts.

  32. Picture Perfect & CCSSReading Integration of Knowledge and Ideas Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it. Analyze how and why ideas and events develop and interact over the course of a text. Determine central ideas or themes of a text and analyze and summarize details and ideas.

  33. Picture Perfect & CCSS Reading Range of Reading & Level of Text Complexity Read and comprehend complex literary and informational texts

  34. Picture Perfect & CCSS Writing Writing Text Types & Purposes Range of Writing Production & Distribution of Writing Research to Build & Present Knowledge

  35. Picture Perfect & CCSS Writing Text Types and Purposes Write arguments to support claims of substantive texts using evidence. Write narratives to develop real experiences or events. Write informative/ explanatory texts to examine and convey ideas and information clearly and accurately.

  36. Picture Perfect & CCSS Writing Production & Distribution of Writing Produce clear and coherent writing appropriate to task and purpose. Draw evidence from informational texts to support analysis , reflections, and research Develop and strengthen writing.

  37. Picture Perfect & CCSS Writing Research to Build & Present Knowledge Draw evidence from informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research. Conduct research projects based on focused questions. Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources, and integrate the information.

  38. Picture Perfect & CCSS Writing Range of Writing Write routinely over extended times frames and shorter time frames.