4:47: “…these standards are so profoundly different big shifts in teaching are necessary.”
7:44: Shannon compares “How It’s Been” to “How it Will be”
14:42: Shanahan describes how we can respond to the changing Lexile (text challenge) bands. 1) Supplement current textbooks with additional or replacement selections that are in the CCSS bands 2) Re-match your book room collections to different grade levels 3) Replace current textbooks with textbooks based on the CCSS bands
19:10 “It is okay to spend some time teaching out-of-level, but a steady diet of easy text does not raise the level of the students.”
22:33: Consider using stair-step books or apprentice texts to help students to read information at various levels.
31:45: Shanahan is asked, what percentage of time students should work with texts outside of their level. He acknowledges he cannot quantify this.
35:13: Teachers are going to have to refrain from telling students what the text says.
42:55: Shanahan addresses the research supporting the shifts he is describing. He follows this by describing how the shifts are applicable to intervention programs (46:31).
54:02 “Emphasize reading experiences in content subjects to a greater extent.”
55:36 Close Reading