Utilizing Close Reading to Prepare Students for College, Career & Citizenship

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Utilizing Close Reading to Prepare Students for College, Career & Citizenship

This webcast features a conversation with Rebecca Valbuena, fifth grade teacher, Stanton Elementary School, Glendora USD and first grade teacher Tammy Keiser and Principal Michael Long at Lake Marie Elementary School in South Whittier SD about the instructional shifts, challenges, and benefits to using close reading in social studies to meet the Common Core State Standards for ELA while also providing students conceptual understanding of the rights and responsibilities of informed, engaged citizens in the 21st century. You can find companion video assets of classroom practices and resources: Grade One Close Reading: Why We Need Rules and Laws http://www.lacoe.edu/CurriculumInstruction/HistorySocialScience/GradeOne.aspx Grade Five Close Reading: The Role and Responsibility of Citizens and Government in a Representative Democracy http://www.lacoe.edu/CurriculumInstruction/HistorySocialScience/GradeFive.aspx For more information, contact Michelle Herczog at Herczog_Michelle@lacoe.edu
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