Pupil Services Standards:
1. Understand Teacher Standards
2. Strategies that Support Students
3. Research Based School Practices
4. Understands and respects social and ethical issues
7. Community Services
Overview of Disciplinary Literacy
Teaching and Learning of:
Implications for Literacy & AP Course Outcomes
225 Ostermann Drive | Turtle Lake, WI 54889 | (715) 986-2020 | www.cesa11.k12.wi.us
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Reading Like a Historian
Tools for Disciplinary Literacy
Thursday, February 6, 2020
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. • Seminar Room • CESA 11
Sponsored By: Comprehensive Consulting & Networking Service (CCNS)
*2019-20 All CESA 11 School Districts are CCNS Members
Price includes registration, materials and meal.
An additional $25 will be applied to fee, if registration is received after 01/30/20
24 hour notice of cancellation is required.
In case of inclement weather, please check our website for updates.
Trent Rasmussen, CESA #11 Educational Consultant
Grades 3-12 Teachers
Questions & Information:
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CESA #11 CCNS School Districts for 2019—2020:
Amery • Baldwin-Woodville • Barron • Birchwood • Boyceville • Cameron • Chetek-Weyerhaeuser • Clayton • Clear Lake • Colfax • Cumberland • Durand-Arkansaw • Elk Mound • Ellsworth • Elmwood • Frederic • Glenwood City • Grantsburg • Hudson • Luck • Menomonie • New Richmond • Osceola • Pepin • Plum City • Prairie Farm • Prescott • Rice Lake • River Falls • St. Croix Central • St. Croix Falls • Shell Lake • Siren • Somerset • Spooner • Spring Valley • Turtle Lake • Unity • Webster 756
Participants in this workshop will strengthen current lessons and units by learning about and applying the four core strategies of the Reading Like a Historian approach: Sourcing, Contextualization, Corroboration, and Close Reading. The day is designed so you can immediately implement these strategies that leverage disciplinary literacy practices to support student learning of historical events and eras. Your students will be able to thoroughly analyze both primary and secondary sources when learning within the Reading Like a Historian approach. The workshop will examine how Reading Like a Historian instruction and assessment practices are tied to the Wisconsin Social Studies Standards. Connections to AP level coursework and Common Core Literacy standards will also be discussed.
Participants will also receive a copy of Reading Like a Historian: Teaching Literacy in the Middle and High School Classrooms by Sam Wineburg, Daisy Martin, and Chauncey Monte-Sano.
*Please bring current units and/or lessons to work on during the workshop.
1. Pupil Services
2. Learning Differences
3. Learning Environments
4. Content Knowledge
5. Application of Content
7. Planning for Instruction
8. Instructional Strategies
9. Professional Learning and Ethical Practice
10. Leadership and Collaboration
1. Mission, Vision, and Core Values
2. Ethics and Professional Norms
3. Equity and Cultural Responsiveness
4. Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
5. Care and Support
6. Professional Capacity of School Personnel
7. Professional Community
8. Meaningful Engagement
9. Operations and Management
10. School Improvement
11. Teacher Standards