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  • Disciplinary Literacy: Reading and Writing Across Content Areas

    Doug Fisher www.fisherandfrey.com

  • The established

    purpose

    focuses on

    student

    learning, rather than an activity,

    assignment, or task.

  • Students understand the

    relevance of the established

    purpose.

  • making connections between the

    subject and its application outside of the

    classroom walls.

    Relevance

    requires

  • Relevance

    requires

    opportunities to

    learn about oneself as

    a learner.

  • Relevance

    requires

    learning for

    learnings sake.

  • Three Questions

    What am I learning today?

    Why am I learning this?

    How will I know that I

    have learned it?

  • Disciplinary

    Literacy

    Intermediate Literacy

    Basic Literacy

    Increasing Specialization of Literacy

    Shanahan & Shanahan, 2008

  • Modeling Challenging Tasks

  • Modeling While Reading

  • Modeling

    Comprehension

    Inference

    Summarize

    Predict

    Clarify

    Question

    Visualize

    Monitor

    Synthesize

    Evaluate

    Connect

  • Word Solving

    Context clues

    Word parts (prefix, suffix, root, base,

    cognates)

    Resources (others, Internet, dictionary)

  • Using Text Structure

    Informational Texts

    Problem/Solution, Compare/Contrast,

    Sequence, Cause/Effect, Description

    Narrative Texts

    Story grammar (plot, setting, character)

    Dialogue

    Literary devices

  • Using Text Features

    Headings

    Captions

    Illustrations

    Charts

    Graphs

    Bold words

    Table of contents

    Glossary

    Index

    Tables

    Margin notes

    Italicized words

  • Difficulty v. Complexity

    Difficulty

    A measure of effort required to complete a task.

    In assessment, a function of how many people can complete the task correctly.

    Complexity

    A measure of the thinking, action, or knowledge that is needed to complete the task.

    In assessment, how many different ways can the task be accomplished.

  • Which of these means about the

    same as the word gauge?

    a. balance

    b. measure

    c. select

    d. warn

  • A car odometer registered 41,256.9 miles when a highway

    sign warned of a detour 1,200 feet ahead. What will the

    odometer read when the car reaches the detour? (5,280 feet

    = 1 mile)

    (a) 42,456.9

    (b) 41,279.9

    (c) 41,261.3

    (d) 41,259.2

    (e) 41,257.1

    Did you use the calculator on this question?

    Yes No

    22

  • In 2007, David Farrow

    broke the Guinness

    Record for Greatest

    Memory by

    memorizing and

    correctly recalling the

    exact order of 59

    decks of cards - thats

    3068 cards in total

    after looking at them

    only one time!

  • Easy Hard

    Less Complex

    Low Difficulty High Complexity

    High Difficulty High Complexity

    Low Difficulty Low Complexity

    High Difficulty Low Complexity

    More Complex

  • http://www.fisherandfrey.com

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