Get the most out of the Teacher Learning Community. Sign in now. Not a member? Click here to get started for free!

Common Core: Read, Understand and Analyze Complex Texts

Preview Preview Preview Preview Preview
$27
Buy Now

Overview

Do your students complain that they don't remember or understand what they read? This webinar will explore strategies you can use with your students to encourage close readings of complex texts, analysis of both literary and informational texts, and synthesis of different texts that discuss the same topic. Join Catlin Tucker as she shows how you can support students with concrete strategies and introduce them to helpful technology that will improve their ability to understand both the explicit and implicit meaning of the texts you are using in your class!

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Tuesday, July 8, 2014 @ 2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: College & Career Readiness, Common Core, Communication & Collaboration, Reading & Writing
Tags: analyzing text, CCSS, Common Core State Standards, complex texts, Dol327, English, informational texts, language arts, reading, reading strategies

Reviews (56)

 
This was a great presentation and very informative webinar. Thank you for sharing how to define text complexity and challenge students in a variety of ways. I am looking forward to trying them out.
Full Member
 
Thank you for clarifying "complex texts."
Full Member
 
That was an excellent webinar. Thank you!
Full Member
 
really helpful
Full Member
 
Great ideas for both literary and informational texts.
Full Member
 
A very informative webinar. Great information especially the annotating piece along with informational text mixed in with narrative texts.
Full Member
 
A very helpful reminder of the importance of annotation and new ways to annotate digitally. Very good!
Basic Member
 
Great explanation of text complexity - thank you!
Can't wait to use Diigo!
Full Member
 
I'm looking forward to using these ideas with my fourth graders.
Basic Member
+6
 
Thank you for the great information. It's interesting how the Lexile's are changing.
more reviews ...