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Flipped Literacy Strategies

Flipped Literacy StrategiesPresenter: Kelli StairAuthor of VoiceThread for Digital Education

www.angrybunnypublishing.com

Email: kellistair2013@gmail.com

Flipped Literacy StrategiesRead Alouds with Screencast-O-MaticJournals with VoiceThreadReading Strategies with ScribleRead Alouds with Screencast-O-MaticRead Alouds- BenefitsWhy read aloud to kids (of all ages)?Demonstrate fluency and pacingModel reading strategies (with think alouds)Increase vocabulary Demonstrate complex sentence structures and organizational patternsDemonstrate rhetorical/literary devices and their effectivenessEntice students to read like a trailer

Demo with Screencasts

Read Aloud UsesCreate audio/video files to scaffold readingHost Think Alouds with critical thinking skillsDemonstrate fluencyHave students create to demonstrate fluencyCreate library of read alouds organized by think aloud skills, topics, or themesDifferentiate instructionDemonstrate reading informational text features

Journals with VoiceThreadJournals- BenefitsAs Ron Klug (2002: 1) has put it a place to record daily happenings. However, as he also says it is far more than that:A journal is also a tool for self-discovery, an aid to concentration, a mirror for the soul, a place to generate and capture ideas, a safety valve for the emotions, a training ground for the writer, and a good friend and confidant.Helps reflection, critical thinking, and expression of ideasDemo with VoiceThreadhttps://voicethread.com/share/4784781/

Go to this link, sign up for VoiceThread (if you havent already), and journal using type, talk, or webcam to comment

Journal UsesPersonal journals to record and reflect upon daily activitiesContent/ thematic journals using multimedia and reflectionDaily writing promptsInquiry journals-students find prompts and writeEntrance/ Exit Activities

Reading Strategies-AnnotationMake reading an ACTIVE process

Find information quickly Get familiar with content and organizationEngage issues and ideasQuestionsConnectionsCommentsReflections

Demo with Scriblehttp://www.scrible.com/contentview/page/IGQG110GJ45KOJ6B20S3O39F4IC46M8B:31905399/index.html

Annotation UsesRead difficult textClose reads/ Deep readsThematic text connectionsNovels, short stories, poetryPractice analytical and identification skillsOrganize info in a way that makes sense to the readerMake connections between texts and within texts

Put It TogetherUse Scrible to annotate online textScreencast yourself modeling how to annotateUpload to a VoiceThread so that students can access any timeResources www.screencast-o-matic.comwww.voicethread.comwww.scrible.com

Annotation AP guide: http://www.vidorisd.org/VHSwebsite/announcements/1112/English_Summer/English3SummerProject.pdf Making Annotations Guide: http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/lesson_images/lesson1132/AnnotationGuide.pdf Reading habits (Harvard):http://guides.library.harvard.edu/sixreadinghabits