Thinkquiry Toolkit 1Reading and Vocabulary Strategies for College and Career Readiness
Essential, easy-to-implement tools for teachers to help improve literacy across the content areas, as mandated by the CCSS Thinkquiry Toolkit 1, Second Edition, is a collection of teacher instructional practices, student learning strategies, and collaborative routines that improves reading comprehension and vocabulary learning in grades 4 through 12. Each practice, strategy, or routine is research-based, high impact, multi-purpose and effective in improving student learning across multiple content areas. It addresses the importance of the ability to read, write, speak, listen, and think well enough to learn whatever one wants to learn, to demonstrate that learning, and to transfer that learning to new situations. Thinkquiry Toolkit 1 iscomprised of five sections: Overview of the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy and the related instructional shifts Selecting the Right Tools for Maximum Learning Laying the Foundation Before Reading/Learning Building New Knowledge During Reading/Learning, and Expanding and Deepening Understanding After Reading/Learning If teachers collaboratively use these practices, strategies, and routines; teach them to students; and use them regularly across content areas, students will develop confidence and competence as readers, writers, and learners. A division of Public Consulting Group (PCG), PCG Education provides instructional and management services and technologies to schools, school districts, and state education agencies across the U.S. and internationally. They apply more than 30 years of management consulting expertise and extensive real-world experience as teachers and leaders to strengthen clients' instructional practice and organizational leadership, enabling student success.
About PCG Education xi Acknowledgments xiii Introduction 1 PART 1: Overview of the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy and the Related Instructional Shifts 6 Introduction to the CCSS ELA & Literacy 6 Instructional Shifts Required by the CCSS ELA & Literacy 8 Key Elements in the Standards and Shifts 11 PART 2: Selecting the Right Tools for Maximum Learning 17 Content Teachers Are Key to Supporting Students to Become Better Readers, Writers, and Thinkers 17 Why Thinkquiry Tools Work with Students in Grades 4–12 18 The Literacy Demands of Diff erent Content Areas 23 The Connection between Vocabulary Development and Reading Comprehension 25 Tips for Using Thinkquiry Tools in Your Classroom 28 Designing Lesson Plans That Increase Content Learning 34 Evaluating Classroom Practice 38 Notes 43 Part 3: Laying the Foundation before Reading/Learning 44 Introduction 44 Knowledge Rating Guide 46 Knowledge Rating Guide Template 48 Knowledge Rating Guide Content Examples 49 Frayer Model 55 Frayer Model Example 56 Frayer Model Template 57 Frayer Model Content Examples 58 Triple-Entry Vocabulary Journal 59 Triple-Entry Vocabulary Journal Template 61 Triple-Entry Vocabulary Journal Content Examples 62 Word Sort 69 Word Sort Template 71 Word Sort Content Examples 72 Word Analysis 74 Word Analysis Template 76 Word Analysis—Frequent Affixes and Roots 77 Common Greek and Latin Roots in English 78 KWL Plus 80 KWL Plus Template 82 KWL Plus Content Examples 83 Quick Write 86 Quick Write Content Examples 88 Partner/Small Group Vocabulary Preview 89 Partner/Small Group Vocabulary Preview Template 91 Interactive Word Wall 93 Interactive Word Wall Planning Template 95 Interactive Word Wall Content Examples 97 Chapter Preview/Tour 101 Chapter Preview/Tour Template 102 Chapter Preview Content Examples 104 Anticipation/Reaction Guide 105 Anticipation/Reaction Guide Template 107 Anticipation/Reaction Guide Content Examples 108 Use of Triple-Entry Vocabulary Journal in a High School Science Classroom 109 PART 4: Building New Knowledge during Reading/Learning 112 Introduction 112 Question-Answer Relationship (QAR) 114 Question-Answer Relationship (QAR) Content Examples 116 Coding/Comprehension Monitoring 124 Coding/Comprehension Monitoring Template 126 Coding Content Examples 127 Two-Column Note Taking 133 Two-Column Note-Taking Template 135 Two-Column Note-Taking Content Examples 136 Question the Author (QtA) 143 Question the Author (QtA) Template 145 Question the Author (QtA) Content Examples 146 Analytic Graphic Organizers 147 Analytic Graphic Organizers for Vocabulary Development 150 Analytic Graphic Organizers for Patterns and Relationships 151 Analytic Graphic Organizers Content Examples 152 Semantic Feature Analysis 160 Semantic Feature Analysis Template 162 Semantic Feature Analysis Content Examples 163 Discussion Web (Social Studies) 164 Discussion Web Template 166 Discussion Web Content Examples 167 Proposition/Support Outline (Science) 168 Proposition/Support Outline Template 170 Proposition/Support Outline Content Examples 171 Inference Notes Wheel (English Language Arts) 172 Inference Notes Wheel Template 174 Inference Notes Wheel Content Examples 176 Think-Pair-Share 177 Think-Pair-Share Template 178 Think-Pair-Share Content Examples 179 Reciprocal Teaching 181 Reciprocal Teaching Template 183 Reciprocal Teaching Content Examples 184 Paired Reading 185 Paired Reading Content Examples 187 Critical Thinking Cue Questions 188 Critical Thinking Cue Questions Content Examples 193 Use of Coding/Comprehension Monitoring in an Elementary Social Studies Classroom 194 PART 5: Expanding and Deepening Understanding after Reading/Learning 197 Introduction 197 Role-Audience-Format-Topic (RAFT) 199 Role-Audience-Format-Topic (RAFT) Template 201 Role-Audience-Format-Topic (RAFT) Content Examples 202 Sum It Up 204 Sum It Up Template 206 Sum It Up Content Examples 207 Picture This! 210 Picture This! Template 212 Picture This! Content Examples 213 Save the Last Word for Me 214 Save the Last Word for Me Template 216 Save the Last Word for Me Content Examples 217 Give One, Get One, Move On 219 Give One, Get One, Move On Template 221 Give One, Get One, Move On Content Examples 222 Jigsaw 225 Jigsaw Template 227 Jigsaw Content Examples 228 Group Summarizing 229 Group Summarizing Template 231 Group Summarizing Content Examples 233 Problematic Situation 234 Problematic Situation Content Examples 236 Use of Sum It Up in an Elementary Mathematics Classroom 238 Use of Save the Last Word for Me in a Middle School English Classroom 240 References 243 Additional Resources 246
PCG Education, a division of Public Consulting Group (PCG), provides instructional and management services and technologies to schools, school districts, and state education agencies across the United States and internationally.
A New Edition of the Key Resource for Developing Excellent Readers, Learners, and Thinkers Across the Curriculum The Second Edition of Thinkquiry Toolkit 1 offers teachers of students in grades 4 through 12 a collection of reliable instructional practices, student learning experiences, and collaborative routines proven to develop reading comprehension and vocabulary learning. The approaches in Thinkquiry Toolkit 1 have been used successfully by classroom teachers for the past 20 years in a variety of educational settings and locations. The updated second edition incorporates the instructional shifts fundamental to the Common Core Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy (CCSS ELA & Literacy). The Thinkquiry Toolkit explains the implications of the CCSS ELA & Literacy for content literacy instruction, and provides strategies and approaches that implement the instructional shifts in all classrooms. As teachers of literacy in all disciplines align their instruction to the CCSS, they need proven tools, approaches, and strategies to support their students—and Thinkquiry provides those resources. This edition of Thinkquiry includes an overview of the CCSS ELA & Literacy and its instructional shifts as well as an explanation of how Thinkquiry's research-based, experience-tested strategies and approaches is a strong resource that helps students and teachers achieve the literacy goals of the Common Core. In addition to the tools, strategies, and approaches, Thinkquiry provides a wealth of useful templates. For each of the tools presented, there is a set of examples of what the tool might look like "in action" and in various content areas. Classroom scenarios, at the end of each section, offer a vision of how the tools can be used in the classroom. Thinkquiry Toolkit 1 gives teachers an essential resource to help students develop the confidence and skills they need to be excellent readers, learners, and thinkers. Look for Thinkquiry Toolkit 2, which will focus on strengthening writing strategies across the content areas.
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