ELA Common Core State Standards Resource Materials Packet

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ELA Common Core State Standards Resource Materials Packet
ELA
Common Core
State Standards
Resource Materials
Packet
1st Grade
Revision
Unit 2
09/06/12 Draft
Table of Contents
st
Suggested 1 Grade Revision Mentor Text ..................................................................................................................................3
First Grade Sample Revision Checklist .........................................................................................................................................5
Revision Strategy Cards ................................................................................................................................................................6
Writing Process Steps ...................................................................................................................................................................9
TCRW-Released Student Sample - Roach ...................................................................................................................................10
TCRW-Released Student Sample – The Slide by Samantha .......................................................................................................15
Some Possibilities for Purposeful Use of the Share Time ..........................................................................................................20
Mentor Texts – 1st Grade, Unit #2 Revision
•
This is a suggested list to consider when collecting possible mentor text. Please review books
you have available that also meet the criteria and add to the list.
•
Criteria for 1st Grade mentor text: 1) Story with a narrow focus – a small moment vs. an “all
about” or many moments story, 2) Real life story about things we (people) do, 3) Students can
relate to the storyline (important moment from their lives), 4) Easily identifiable beginning,
middle and end, 5) Most of the time, the person writing is the main character and a real
person, 6) Events are told in order, 7) Details included, and 8) High interest level to this age
group.
Literature – Trade Book Suggestions
Title
Author
I Love My Hair
Owl Babies
Snow Day!
Notes to Teacher
Natasha Anastasia Tarpley
Martin Waddell
Lester L. Laminack
Student Authored Work
Author
Topic/Title
Code: SW
Teacher Authored Work
Author
Topic/Title
Code: TW
Notes to Teacher
Notes to Teacher
Common Core
Author
Topic/Title
Code: CC
Teachers College (www.readingandwritingproject.com)
Author
Topic/Title
Notes to Teacher
Code: TC
Notes to Teacher
The Roach
2nd grade small moment story
The Slide
2nd grade small moment story
Websites
Code: WWW
www.readingandwritingproject.com (Teacher’s College)
Name _____________________________________________ Title _________________________________________
First Grade Sample Revision Checklist
Symbol

Revision Strategies
Action
Dialogue
Setting
Close-in Ending

What can I do to revise?
Reread and add character action.
Reread and add details to make a character talk.
Reread and add details to describe the setting.
Reread and try different endings or make your ending even
better.
Heart of the story
Reread and add details to the most important part.
Internal thinking
Internal feeling
Reread and add thinking or feelings.
Head/Face
Hands
Arms
Legs/Feet
?
Thought…
Said…
Revision cards – pick and choose to meet instructional needs.
Sketch
Meaning
This document is the property of the Michigan Association of Intermediate School Administrators (MAISA).
Heart of the
Story
Show, Not Tell
Lead
Setting
Physical
Description
Mentor Text
Dialogue
Ending
Revision cards – pick and choose to meet instructional needs.
This document is the property of the Michigan Association of Intermediate School Administrators (MAISA).
Similes
Adjectives and
Adverbs

Verbs

Character
Action
Temporal
Words
Revision
Strategies
Internal Thinking
Internal Feeling
Revision cards – pick and choose to meet instructional needs.
This document is the property of the Michigan Association of Intermediate School Administrators (MAISA).
Writing Process Steps
Think
Picture
Say
Self
Partner
Story hand
Touch pages
Sketch
Write
Revise
Teachers College –Released Student Samples, http://tc.readingandwritingproject.com
Teachers College –Released Student Samples, http://tc.readingandwritingproject.com
Teachers College –Released Student Samples, http://tc.readingandwritingproject.com
Teachers College –Released Student Samples, http://tc.readingandwritingproject.com
Teachers College –Released Student Samples, http://tc.readingandwritingproject.com
Teachers College-Released Student Samples, http://tc.readingandwritingproject.com
Teachers College-Released Student Samples, http://tc.readingandwritingproject.com
Teachers College-Released Student Samples, http://tc.readingandwritingproject.com
Teachers College-Released Student Samples, http://tc.readingandwritingproject.com
Teachers College-Released Student Samples, http://tc.readingandwritingproject.com
Each lesson has a share component. Modify based on students’ needs. The following are other share options.
Some Possibilities for Purposeful Use of the Share Time
Name
Follow-Up on
Mini-Lesson
Purpose
To reinforce and/or
clarify the teaching
point
Method
• Share an exemplar model
(student or teacher)
• Share a student who had
difficulty and the way in which
he/she solved the problem
• Share the story of a conference
from the independent work time
• Provide another opportunity
for active engagement
• Provide a prompt to initiate
student conversation, “Turn and
tell your partner…”
Problem
Solving
Review
To build community
and solve a problem
• To recall previous
strategies /prior
learning
• To build
repertoire of
strategies
Pose a “review” question to the
class: “Today we learned one
revision strategy. What other
revision strategies do you use?”
These strategies may be listed on a
chart.
• To contextualize
learning
Looking
Ahead to
Tomorrow
Celebratory
Introduce a new
teaching point–set-up
for the next minilesson
• Celebration of
learning
• Boost student
morale
• Promote
membership in the
“literacy club”
• Share the work of 2-3 students
• Provide an opportunity for a
whole class share: “You are all
such amazing writers - you
wrote so much today! Writers,
hold up your open notebooks so
that we can see all of the great
work you have done.”
Source: Teachers College Reading and Writing Project

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