Literacy Retreat 2019 SECRET SITE Synthesize Information | Provide Writer Feedback | Tempt with Booktalks Annotate & Note-Take | Model Literacy Lessons | Mix Paper & Screen Use Annotation to Activate & Articulate Understanding Quick Links The Power is in the Pen First Lessons— Without a Pen Situation Differentiation Purpose-Driven Annotation The Power is in the Pen Add a note-to-self adjacent to the author’s words Go beyond highlighting— expect Why-lighting. First Lessons— without a pen Introduce reading procedures and reader habits Introduce the Reading Voice & Thinking Voice. Self-monitor to mute the Distracting Voice. Comprehension Voice Signs | English | Spanish Stop and say something. Introduce the purpose of annotation. Launch the Reading Block. Simplify annotation with marks, codes, & abbreviations Simplify annotation with marks, codes, & abbreviations. Introduce the 3 phases of close reading to students. Close-reading triggers set Code across texts to identify new, additional, & contradictory details Code new information learned across texts.Lesson Resources | PDF | Smartboard Mark new and contradictory information Use the resources from the mini-lesson video. Situation differentiation Scribe for students who need more support Expose K-2 readers to annotation strategies. Use removable tools for annotation and graphic organizer for note-taking Engage more readers with highlighter tape. Brainstorm details & take notes using the ABC Chart. Access resources to notice & note author ideas. Easily assess reader thinking with this simple handout. Practice reading for context with WordMarks. Analyze people/subjects, action & activity, setting & objects. “Read” infographics for main idea/subject, data, source, text/words, visuals, organization. Use the 2-column T-Chart to note what you see and hear in a video. 3-Box | 5-Box | 9-Box Web | Dissected Web T-Chart Use removable tools for annotation and graphic organizers for note-taking Annotate multimodal texts. Access top tools for digital annotating. Where can I find sources for short videos for note-taking practice? Purpose-Driven Annotation The after-reading prompt drives the purpose Annotate based on the reading purpose. Yellow Mask | Black Mask Return to annotations after reading. Culminate a close reading with a writing task.