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About the KU-CRL. Established in 1978Mission: Dramatically enhance the execution of at-danger understudies through examination based interventions$60 million dollars of contracted R

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Chronicled Information Helping Striving Readers Read at a High School Level Barbara J. Ehren, Ed.D. College of Kansas-Center for Research on Learning

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About the KU-CRL Founded in 1978 Mission: Dramatically enhance the execution of at-hazard understudies through research-based mediations $60 million dollars of contracted R&D International Professional Development Network Over 175,000 educators in 3,500 school regions

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What is the Strategic Instruction Model (SIM) ?

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CRL The Strategic Instruction Model (SIM) is a coordinated model of research-approved practices to address a considerable lot of the necessities of differing learners, principally centered around teenagers. It has been being worked on for 25 + years at the University of Kansas-Center for Research on Learning.

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Responding to the Challenges NCLB Adequate Yearly Progress Scientifically-based practices IDEA Specialized direction

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The Performance Gap Skills/Demands Years in School

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The Performance Gap Skills/Demands Years in School

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Learning Expressways Community Building Strategies Teaming & Problem Solving Strategies Possible Selves Cooperative Thinking Strategies Self Advocacy Strategy SIM Student Success Learning Strategies Curriculum Content Enhancement Routines Supports

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CRL Strategic Instruction Model Learning Strategies Curriculum

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Learning Strategies Curriculum Expression of Competence Sentences Paragraphs Error Monitoring Themes Assignment Completion Test-Taking Acquisition Word Identification Paraphrasing Self-Questioning Visual Imagery Interpreting Visuals Multipass Storage First-Letter Mnemonic Paired Associates Listening/Notetaking LINCS Vocabulary

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Self-Questioning A ttend to hints as you read S ay a few inquiries K eep forecasts as a primary concern I dentify the appropriate response T alk about the appropriate responses

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CRL Strategic Instruction Model Content Enhancement Routines

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Content Enhancement Teaching Routines Planning and Leading Learning Course Organizer Unit Organizer Lesson Organizer Teaching Concepts Concept Mastery Routine Concept Anchoring Routine Concept Comparison Routine Explaining Text, Topics, and Details Framing Routine Survey Routine Clarifying Routine Increasing Performance Quality Assignment Routine Question Exploration Routine Recall Enhancement Routine

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The Unit Organizer Elida Cordora NAME 4 BIGGER PICTURE 1/22 DATE The roots and results of common agitation. LAST UNIT/Experience NEXT UNIT/Experience CURRENT UNIT 3 2 1 CURRENT UNIT The Civil War The Causes of the Civil War Growth of the Nation 8 is about ... UNIT SCHEDULE 5 UNIT MAP 1/22 Cooperative gatherings - over pp. 201-210 Sectionalism depended on was affected by 1/28 Quiz pp. 201-236 1/29 Cooperative gatherings - Leaders over pp. 210-225 Areas of over the got to be distinctly more prominent with developed in light of the U.S. U.S. "Influential Personalities" extend due Differences Events in 1/30 Quiz between the U.S. the ranges 2/2 Cooperative gatherings - over pp. 228-234 2/6 Review for test 2/7 Review for test 2/6 Test 6 enlightening What was sectionalism as it existed in the U. S. of 1860? think about/differentiation How did the distinctions in the areas of the U.S. in 1860 add to the begin of the Civil War? UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS UNIT RELATIONSHIPS cause/impact What cases of sectionalism exist on the planet today? 7

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Elida Cordora NAME The Unit Organizer 1/22 The Causes of the Civil War DATE Expanded Unit Map 9 is about... Sectionalism was impacted by depended on the Areas of the Leaders of pp. 201-236 U.S. change created in view of got to be distinctly more noteworthy with, for example, - Henry Clay Differences Events in the - Stephen Douglas between the U.S. - Zachary Taylor which incorporated the regions - Harriet Beecher Stowe - Douglas Filmore and included, for example, and included and included - John Brown which incorporated the which incorporated the - 1820 Missouri Compromise Social - Jefferson Davis Economic Political - 1846 Mexican War - Abraham Lincoln Differences - 1850 Compromise of 1850 - 1850 Fugitive Slave Law of 1850 West - 1852 Uncle Tom's Cabin - 1854 Kansas-Nebraska Act - 1854 Republican Party shaped - 1854 Bleeding Kansas South - 1857 Dred Scott Case - 1858 Lincoln Douglas Debates - 1859 John Brown's Raid - 1860 Lincoln Elected North - 1860 South Carolina Secedes - 1861 Confederacy framed 10 NEW UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS How did national occasions and pioneers pull the distinctive areas of the U.S. separated?

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Key Topic Progressive Era The FRAME Routine is about… Main thought Main thought Main thought Tools for Social Change Social Changes Essential points of interest Essential subtle elements Essential points of interest Limited voting rights Commerce and Labor Departments Anti-trust Act Unsafe nourishment Monopolies Unsafe and uncalled for working conditions Meat Inspection Act Bully lecterns constrained new laws Demonstrators made open weight Activists sorted out challenges Voting rights extended Muckrakers expounded on issues So What? (What's critical to comprehend about this?) To truly make social change, many individuals must be sorted out, blunt, and constant! a time of social change in the U. S. Social Problems

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What is the Content Literacy Continuum (CLC) ?

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Content Literacy The tuning in, talking, perusing and composing abilities and procedures important to learn in each of the scholarly orders.

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Content Literacy is the way to substance procurement.

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CLC-A Continuum of Action . Level 1: Ensure authority of basic substance. Level 2: Weave shared techniques crosswise over classes. Level 3: Support dominance of shared strategies for focused systems. Level 4: Provide more escalated intercession for the individuals who require take a shot at fundamental literacy components. Level 5: Deliver more escalated clinical options for the individuals who require it.

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Level 1 Enhanced Content Instruction

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Level 1 Enhanced Content Instruction Goal : Mastery of basic substance for all paying little mind to proficiency levels. Essential apparatuses: Content Enhancement Routines.

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Content Enhancement Teaching Routines Planning and Leading Learning Course Organizer Unit Organizer Lesson Organizer Teaching Concepts Concept Mastery Routine Concept Anchoring Routine Concept Comparison Routine Explaining Text, Topics, and Details Framing Routine Survey Routine Clarifying Routine LINCS Vocabulary Routine Increasing Performance Quality Assignment Routine Question Exploration Routine Recall Enhancement Routine

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Exploration and Building of PRIOR KNOWLEDGE through intelligent improvement of watchword rundown.

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Level 2 Embedded Strategy Instruction Goal: Use of techniques routinely crosswise over classes. Essential devices: Learning Strategies Curriculum educated expressly however with adjustments to the 8-organize instructional grouping.

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Learning Strategies Curriculum Acquisition Word Identification Paraphrasing Self-Questioning Visual Imagery Interpreting Visuals Multipass Expression of Competence Sentence Writing Paragraph Writing Error Monitoring Theme Writing Assignment Completion Test-Taking Storage First-Letter Mnemonic Paired Associates Listening/Notetaking LINCS Vocabulary

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Self-Questioning A ttend to pieces of information as you read S ay a few inquiries K eep forecasts at the top of the priority list I dentify the appropriate response T alk about the appropriate responses

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Large Group Instruction Learn by Watching (I Do It!) Review the means of the procedure Explain how it will help them realize Specify what they have to do Think so anyone can hear Problem illuminate Attack the test in various ways Address blunders from earlier day's worth of effort

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Large Group Instruction Learn by Sharing (We Do It!) Ask for system steps Ask understudies to clarify how they're supposing Shape understudy reactions Encourage understudies with valid acclaim Evaluate understudy understanding Re-educate if important

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Self-Questioning-2001 n= 133 seventh Grade Science Class: Growth Scores

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Paragraph Writing-2001 Paragraph Scores n=147 seventh Grade Language Arts Implementation

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State Writing Assessment

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Level 3 Intensive Strategy Instruction Goal: Mastery of particular learning techniques. Essential devices: Learning Strategies Curriculum educated expressly and seriously with the 8-organize instructional grouping; Strategic Tutoring done exclusively.

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Self-Questioning A ttend to hints as you read S ay a few inquiries K eep expectations at the top of the priority list I dentify the appropriate response T alk about the appropriate responses

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Eight Stage Instructional Process 1. Pretest and Make Commitments 2. Depict 3. Demonstrate 4. Verbal Practice 5. Controlled Practice 6. Propelled Practice 7. Posttest and Make Commitments 8. Speculation Daily direction for 6 to two months in every methodology.

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Strategic Tutoring Usually balanced guideline With an exceptionally talented educator Who evaluates, develops, weaves, and plans for exchange utilizing Strategies for figuring out how to learn While helping youth finish class assignments

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Level 4 Basic Skill Instruction for Those Below a fourth Grade Level Goal: Fundamental proficiency abilities at any rate at the 4 th grade level. Essential apparatuses: Research-approved projects in translating, familiarity and cognizance abilities and procedures

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Level 4 Reading Approaches Corrective Reading Language! Wilson Reading Orton-Gillingham

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Level 4 Delivery Structures Pullout programs Labs Courses Before or after school coaching

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Level 5 Therapeutic Intervention Goal: Mastery of the dialect underpinnings of educational programs substance and learning techniques. Essential instruments: Tools and strategies utilized at alternate levels enr

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