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Teacher Tip Tuesday: Elevating Science Learning through Read Alouds! 1/25/2022 - Shared screen with speaker view
Kimberley Astle
01:06:58
Excited to learn from you today Mary, Amy, and Katherine!
Virginia Hohl
01:10:04
What is NGSX?
Conni Crittenden
01:10:24
Next Gen science training for teachers
Virginia Hohl
01:11:29
thanks
Mia Andrews
01:11:56
Pre-K; The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Ariel Reno-Demick
01:11:57
1st grade; first year teacher, so don't have a favorite yet!
kelly
01:12:03
magic school bus
Laura Markham (She/Her)
01:12:09
from flower to seed
Anne Boynton
01:12:11
Doulas Florian nature related poetry
Alica Thomas
01:12:15
Anything by Seymour Simon!
Jessica Enlow
01:12:16
Tiny Creatures: The World of Microbes
Heather Cutler’s iPhone
01:12:20
The stuff of stars
Krystal Griffis
01:12:21
5th grade - also don’t have a favorite yet!
Amy Maynes
01:12:21
I work with grades 3-5. So many to choose from! Love “On Earth” by G. Brian Karas
Tina M Larson
01:12:28
I hope this lost can be condensed and published!
Ashley
01:12:30
Still a student teacher so no favorites yet!
Wendy Barrett
01:12:33
I have not established any yet
Tina M Larson
01:12:35
*list
Sydney Wilson
01:12:40
Don’t have one - in college! Hoping to learn about some great resources from others!
Heather Thrift
01:12:41
Junior Learning Science Decodables
Christine Royce
01:12:42
Just used one a Forest in the City
Kristine Shumaker
01:12:44
The Impatient Caterpilar
Aída Sánchez
01:12:45
Don’t have any yet.
Kara Le
01:12:52
5th: earth my first 4.54 billion years
Sarah Bracamontes
01:13:03
rick the rock that couldn't roll to teach laws of movement
Rebecca Caldwell
01:13:07
not currently teaching,can't wait to get ideas
Conni Crittenden
01:13:07
4th and 5th and now coaching…..Next Time books, and any OSTB, Melissa Stewart books, Loree Burns books
Thuy Nguyen
01:13:08
I don’t have one yet!
Amy Harper
01:13:14
Moth: An evolution story
Jennifer
01:13:22
The Adoration of Jenna Fox - 9th grade
Meredith Fain
01:13:26
I teach K-4 and I have too many
Virginia Hohl
01:13:35
Chris Van Dusen’s books If I Built a Car, House etc
Conni Crittenden
01:13:43
Those Darn Squirrels
Angie McMurry
01:13:50
Most Magnificent Thing
Kimberley Astle
01:13:51
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind: Picture Book
Conni Crittenden
01:14:09
Whoosh!
Sarah Sleasman
01:14:18
Yes, Boy Who Harnessed the Wind Picture or Chapter Book
Trish Shelton
01:14:34
I love all of this sharing! You can also save the chat at the end by clicking on the 3 dots at the top of the chat field on the right (next to the smile emoji :)
Beth Pesnell
01:15:03
Preservice teachersNever Stop WonderingNoteable Notebooks
Liz Reynolds
01:15:41
K Best in Snow :-)
Aída Sánchez
01:15:55
It’s a very small lake
Melissa Andersen
01:16:01
boat!
Julie Pham
01:16:02
leaves
Sarah Bracamontes
01:16:02
Colored leaves
Aurora Goodrum Gundy
01:16:03
Fall leaves
Thuy Nguyen
01:16:05
Its fall
Jennah Smith
01:16:06
Leaves
Amy Maynes
01:16:06
Red falling leaves
Allison
01:16:06
fisherman
Krystal Griffis
01:16:07
Maybe fall - colored leaves
Aurora Goodrum Gundy
01:16:10
2 kids
Anne Boynton
01:16:10
cat tails
Allison
01:16:11
leaves falling
Megan Black
01:16:13
It is fall because the leaves are falling and colored.
Ally Cavender
01:16:16
Cattails
Isaac Gadson
01:16:17
water
Emma Walker
01:16:18
relaxing in the water
Omega
01:16:19
Someone catching leaves
Tina M Larson
01:16:20
Short sleeves
Krystal Griffis
01:16:21
Weeds by the water
Dannon McGuire
01:16:22
Almost a pond
Gabby B
01:16:25
Colorful trees, boy sleeping in a boat in a lake
Julie Pham
01:16:25
ocean
Ally Cavender
01:16:26
Lots of water
Rebecca Caldwell
01:16:29
relaxing
mrivera
01:16:29
palm trees that have coconuts
Thuy Nguyen
01:16:30
Help bottle
Rachel Bower
01:16:30
Message in a bottle
Melissa Andersen
01:16:31
Same boat and man
Krystal Griffis
01:16:32
Very little land
Jennah Smith
01:16:32
Clouds
Tina M Larson
01:16:32
Coconuts - must be tropical
Tiffany
01:16:33
Bottle
Amy Maynes
01:16:35
Lots of water
Nicole Schafer
01:16:36
a boy in a boat
Emma Walker
01:16:36
same boat
Christine Royce
01:16:37
the boat is in the ame place
Allison
01:16:37
someone needing help
Omega
01:16:40
A girl sending a message
Gabby B
01:16:41
girl waving a flag
Megan Black
01:16:48
I see an island and someone fishing. Trees.
Tina M Larson
01:16:49
Fishing again
Ally Cavender
01:16:49
Sos in clouds
Rebecca Caldwell
01:16:52
smoke signals
Amy Maynes
01:16:55
Lots of sand
Krystal Griffis
01:16:55
sand
Thuy Nguyen
01:16:56
A shark
Tiffany
01:16:57
shark
Ally Cavender
01:16:58
Shark fin
Jennah Smith
01:17:00
sharl
Aurora Goodrum Gundy
01:17:00
More people
Omega
01:17:00
Vacation lol
Tiffany
01:17:01
birds
Krystal Griffis
01:17:02
Dolphin/shark
Nicole Schafer
01:17:02
people at a beach
Ally Cavender
01:17:07
birds
Allison
01:17:08
umbrellas
Julie Pham
01:17:09
beach chair/umbrella
Omega
01:17:12
Vacation
Gabby B
01:17:12
large bay, people on the beach,
Emma Walker
01:17:13
people having fun
Megan Black
01:17:15
Sand, shark, water, a beach
Ally Cavender
01:17:15
starfish
Isaac Gadson
01:17:17
reading
Tina M Larson
01:17:19
Sunning, playing, umbrellas from sun
Krystal Griffis
01:17:19
starfish
Isaac Gadson
01:17:33
birds
Emma Walker
01:17:34
buoys
Ally Cavender
01:17:35
Sail
Rebecca Caldwell
01:17:36
umbrellas that look like candy
Tina M Larson
01:17:40
Must be wind!
Allison
01:17:40
they are dealing with water
Thuy Nguyen
01:17:43
People on an island
Rebecca Caldwell
01:17:44
it's fun
Mia Andrews
01:17:45
more and more water on every page
Krystal Griffis
01:17:46
It all has to do with different types of water/land
Meredith Fain
01:17:46
lighthouse
Megan Black
01:17:46
windsurfers
Nicole Schafer
01:17:46
lighthouse
Jennah Smith
01:17:48
Birds
Amy Maynes
01:17:49
The book shows the differences in amounts of water and land
Ariel Reno-Demick
01:17:50
every picture shows land and water
Tina M Larson
01:17:54
More sharks!
Omega
01:17:58
Stress free vacation
Isaac Gadson
01:18:00
lots of pictures
Aída Sánchez
01:18:04
Creatures on the land and water.
Tina M Larson
01:18:06
Sharks aren’t in all places
Amy Maynes
01:18:12
Two areas of land this time
Allison
01:18:22
it is calm
Miranda Broman
01:18:22
The boats are demonstrating buoyancy
Emma Walker
01:18:25
not connected lands
Kara Le
01:18:25
a big boat
Mia Andrews
01:18:26
water between land
Ally Cavender
01:18:27
Ports
Tina M Larson
01:18:27
Lots of boats passing in same direction
Megan Black
01:18:31
The water is going between the land.
Julie Pham
01:18:31
boat with cargo
Jennifer Ganuhay
01:18:31
Sailing boats
Tiffany
01:18:32
waves
Timesha Chandler
01:18:32
crates
Rebecca Caldwell
01:18:36
lots of freight
KARTHIGEYAN SUBRAMANIAM
01:18:40
buoyancy and metal ships
Isaac Gadson
01:18:43
land is surrounded by water
Timesha Chandler
01:18:50
trucks
Amy Maynes
01:18:51
The opposite of the last picture
Meredith Fain
01:18:54
isthmus is the opposite of strait
Krystal Griffis
01:18:55
Opposite of the strait
Tina M Larson
01:18:57
2 directions of travel
Emma Walker
01:18:58
narrow land
Ally Cavender
01:18:58
Land separating water
Tiffany
01:19:01
opposite
Jennah Smith
01:19:02
More land than water
Megan Black
01:19:04
Now the sand is going through the water.
Miranda Broman
01:19:13
sediments on the sand
Nicole Schafer
01:19:13
vehicles
Mia Andrews
01:19:14
land and water are reversed
Krystal Griffis
01:19:17
Land/water ratio is opposite
Melissa Andersen
01:19:19
The cars pass through the isthmus
Tiffany
01:19:25
trees
Nicole Schafer
01:19:25
trees
Gabby B
01:19:26
Land covering the land - isthmus
Kara Le
01:19:27
a few lakes
Emma Walker
01:19:29
campfire!
Ally Cavender
01:19:29
Different small bodies of water
Timesha Chandler
01:19:35
deers
Mia Andrews
01:19:36
great lakes
Megan Black
01:19:40
A few lakes.
Ally Cavender
01:19:41
Camping
Gabby B
01:19:41
small bodies of water
Meredith Fain
01:19:41
Michigan
Tina M Larson
01:19:42
North? (Christmas trees)
Tina M Larson
01:19:48
camping
Tiffany
01:19:54
upside down smiley face
Gabby B
01:19:55
Forest, cabins, fishing, camping
Allison
01:19:56
being outside
Tina M Larson
01:19:58
Fish not sharks
Sydney Wilson
01:20:07
Opposite of lakes
Krystal Griffis
01:20:09
Group of islands
Tina M Larson
01:20:13
Multiple islands, north, fun!
Emma Walker
01:20:13
lots of little land
Nicole Schafer
01:20:14
islands
Amy Maynes
01:20:16
Its the opposite again from the lakes
Gabby B
01:20:19
Group of islands, canoeing, camping,
Tiffany
01:20:22
opposite of system of lakes
Karen L Shih
01:20:28
Island are the same shape as the lakes
Amy Maynes
01:20:43
Love those animals
Tina M Larson
01:20:44
Palm trees
Ally Cavender
01:20:44
Turtles
Mia Andrews
01:20:45
Giant Bay!
Emma Walker
01:20:47
turtles
Allison
01:20:48
lots of animals
Megan Black
01:20:49
I see lots of flamingos.
Miranda Broman
01:20:53
lots of life
Nicole Schafer
01:20:55
turtles
Nicole Schafer
01:21:02
pirate ship
Jennifer Ganuhay
01:21:05
Good for beach vacation
Timesha Chandler
01:21:07
whale
Jennah Smith
01:21:08
Whale
Tina M Larson
01:21:09
Whale, shipwrecks, TREASURE!
Mia Andrews
01:21:12
Florida
Emma Walker
01:21:14
lots of animals but now in the water
Allison
01:21:15
treasure
Rachel Bower
01:21:16
Deep waters
Tiffany
01:21:28
prirate ship
Kara Le
01:21:29
pirate
Timesha Chandler
01:21:40
treasure
Melissa Andersen
01:21:43
treasure!
Krystal Griffis
01:21:48
Italy!
Beth Pesnell
01:22:15
Love this page!!
Beth Pesnell
01:23:11
That page could also lead to mathematical conversations about transformations, reflections, flips, etc.
Ariel Reno-Demick
01:24:57
Will we have access to these slides after the presentation?
Michelle Phillips
01:25:49
@Ariel Yes! the slides will be in the resource collection in the next few days https://my.nsta.org/collection/AW6PB4hEmfI_E
Ariel Reno-Demick
01:26:15
Okay, thank you!
Laura Markham (She/Her)
01:26:26
The main text and the science page
Mia Andrews
01:26:40
The picture glossary at the end
Tina M Larson
01:26:41
Compare 2 or more different examples of water & land. ID the differences btw the 2.
Amy Harper
01:26:53
the nice big, clear pictures
Tiffany
01:26:57
Different photos at the end of the book
Megan Black
01:26:57
This book does an amazing job of showing patterns in land and water. As an adult I had never thought of some bodies of water and types of landforms as being "opposites". The book helps students see how we can use patterns to identify different bodies of water and types of landforms.
Ally Cavender
01:27:00
o It introduces the vocabulary to be used and also creates a visual understanding of what the different kinds of land and bodies of waters may look like
Allison
01:27:01
the pictures help to show the students how water and land work together - showing how the lands are similar to water bodies
Krystal Griffis
01:27:06
Students have been provided real life examples of what the bodies of water look like. Using this students can develop their own models/examples
Sydney Wilson
01:27:06
Compare and contrast the examples that are opposites of one another
Emma Walker
01:27:16
the pictures at the end of the book that show the oppossites
KARTHIGEYAN SUBRAMANIAM
01:27:16
cause and effect - land formations
Melissa Andersen
01:27:19
The color contrast between land and water. Students can match the visual to the meaning
margaretashbrook
01:27:20
Give children a name for the landforms they have experienced.
Rebecca Caldwell
01:27:23
different bodies of water and their similarities and differences
Tina M Larson
01:28:06
Ask students if they’ve ever seen any of these examples, before looking at vocabulary at end of book…to reinforce knowledgew
anlew003
01:28:19
Where the land meets the water is what creates the visible shape.
Laurie
01:30:05
Maybe look for examples using Google Earth app
Krystal Griffis
01:30:26
I teach science and social studies both - so I love the idea of combining science with geography!
Melissa Andersen
01:36:36
I would use that Land and Water book with my middle/high school students, especially my ESL students
Katherine Pfeiffer
01:36:55
excellent idea Melissa
Beth Pesnell
01:37:08
Love this idea!
Cheryl Matas
01:46:30
Rehearsal is totally important. I’ve been creating lessons to integrate science with reading for a few months now and tend to start with science but zip back into the literacy parts. I have a partner who tends to always ask about the science and brings me back.
Trish Shelton
02:00:41
I agree Jennifer... I taught HS and my students LOVED read alouds
Laurie
02:01:03
I really enjoyed the breakout room with Amy!
Tina M Larson
02:01:53
Is the way you push back against “this is too young for MS” by citing the DCI’s?
Laura Markham (She/Her)
02:02:24
I am trying to teach my preservice teacher about evaluating the science in the books. Do you have a standard approach to how you do that?
margaretashbrook
02:02:26
Do you partner with art teachers?
margaretashbrook
02:05:28
Two helpful sites for identifying bias that I may not notice:https://www.teachingforchange.org/selecting-anti-bias-bookshttps://americanindiansinchildrensliterature.blogspot.com/p/best-books.html
Melissa Andersen
02:07:12
If you haven't taken the free Online PD at NSTA "The Meaning Beyond the Words" it goes well with the ideas presented here - teaching science with simple words (or visuals) before introducing heavy vocab
Kathy Renfrew
02:08:01
Hello from Milford, MA
margaretashbrook
02:08:18
Wow! So comprehensive a resource! Thank you!!
Michelle Phillips
02:08:38
Resource collection: https://my.nsta.org/collection/AW6PB4hEmfI_E
Jennifer Ganuhay
02:09:08
This is really good and loved this especially for learners who easily bored looking at books full of texts
Trish Shelton
02:09:12
Here is a link to the PLU Melissa mentioned.. thanks for that Melissa! https://www.nsta.org/plu
Mary Starr (she/her) MMSLN, MI
02:09:36
Please add your questions here. THANKS!
Conni Crittenden
02:09:49
Arts Integration!!
Cheryl Matas
02:09:59
Will you be presenting at MSTA?
Tina M Larson
02:10:36
Is the way you push back against “this is too young for MS” by citing the DCI’s?
Laura Markham (She/Her)
02:11:03
I am trying to teach my preservice teacher about evaluating the science in the books. Do you have a standard approach to how you do that? Do you have checks for misconceptions?
Conni Crittenden
02:11:16
Arts Integration is a great way to include art, music, science
Trish Shelton
02:11:51
I used picture books in HS and they LOVED it :)
Kathy Renfrew
02:12:05
Picture books are for big kids too!
Ariel Reno-Demick
02:12:39
Do you have a section of resources that may work well to do science experiments alongside (for STEAM nights, for example)?
Laurie
02:12:47
I don’t see Over and Under the Snow on the Resource page
Jennifer
02:13:17
I just used a picture book last week demonstrating one cell dividing onto millions of cells of the body and my 9th graders were wowed by the visuals of that many cells - they didn’t care that it was a picture book.
Laura Markham (She/Her)
02:14:30
there are a lot of misconceptions represented
Laura Markham (She/Her)
02:14:47
My students need to know hoe to notice
Laurie
02:15:27
Thanks!
Allison
02:16:07
There are some great book on Epic which are not necessary picture books, but do go through experiments which could be used for STEAM nights. Some have more pictures than others.
Conni Crittenden
02:16:27
Magnificent Idea?
Christine Royce
02:16:30
The Most Magnifient Thing
Christine Royce
02:16:46
What to do with a problem
kelly
02:16:48
thank you
Conni Crittenden
02:16:51
What do you do with an Idea
Ariel Reno-Demick
02:17:58
I think so, thank you!
Allison
02:18:56
yes
Gabby B
02:18:59
That is a great idea!
Rachel Bower
02:18:59
yes
Tina M Larson
02:19:02
Of course!
Krystal Griffis
02:19:02
Absolutely!
Emma Walker
02:19:03
yes
Trish Shelton
02:19:04
Yes!
Meredith Fain
02:19:05
I would love those pages in Spanish as I am an ESL teacher and I send family engagement packets home weekly!
Isaac Gadson
02:19:08
yes
Jennifer Ganuhay
02:19:11
Yes!
Tiffany
02:19:11
Yes
Deb Z
02:19:16
Are you going to send us the link to the survey?
margaretashbrook
02:19:18
Yes, support children’s and families’ work together!
Don Boonstra, NSTA
02:19:42
The survey link is posted after the recording ends.
Rebecca Caldwell
02:19:44
Definitely a good idea. involved parents equal involved kids!
margaretashbrook
02:20:28
Bentley’s snowflakes investigation
Mia Andrews
02:20:50
👍🏻
Conni Crittenden
02:20:52
Thanks folks!!
Katherine Pfeiffer
02:21:01
Bentley’s snowflake is an awesome book
Amy Maynes
02:21:05
This was fantastic! Thank you!
Jessica
02:21:13
This has been great. Thanks!
Amy Quinn
02:21:16
Thank you for joining us!
Rebecca Caldwell
02:21:26
Thanks to all hosts and Don!
Tiffany
02:21:28
Thank you so much!
mrivera
02:21:30
This was awesome, thanks so much!
Rubina Noor
02:21:32
Thank you.
megan
02:21:34
Thank you
Melissa Andersen
02:21:36
I love these seminars for new ideas. Thank you!
Allison
02:21:37
thank you
Ariel Reno-Demick
02:21:37
Thank you for presenting to us tonight and answering our questions!
Julie Pham
02:21:37
thank you
Rachel Bower
02:21:38
Very informative, thank you!
Kara Le
02:21:38
thank you!
margaretashbrook
02:21:39
I so appreciate your work!
Sarah Bracamontes
02:21:40
Thank you so much!!
Jennifer
02:21:41
Thank you!
Meredith Fain
02:21:41
Thank you!
Jennifer Ganuhay
02:21:43
Thank you!
Tina M Larson
02:21:44
Thank you - this was so much FUN - but procedurally informative about how to effectively use read-alouds to promote SCIENCE learning. XO
Ashley
02:21:47
Thank you!
Daisy Mae Bongtiwon
02:21:47
thank you
Jessica Palma
02:21:51
Thank you !!!
Jennifer Harshbarger
02:21:52
Thank you!
Nicole Schafer
02:21:52
Thank you
Kaseylene Cabansag
02:21:53
thank youu
Aída Sánchez
02:21:56
Thanks!
Gabby B
02:21:57
Thank you
Hiroko Day
02:21:58
Thank you1
Heather Thrift
02:22:00
Thanks!
Sonia Thomas
02:22:03
I joined late. Will there be a recording?
German, Rothchild Q.
02:22:06
Thank you!
Judy
02:22:06
Thank you so much for this session! I learnt so much!
Virginia Hohl
02:22:11
Thank you!
Don Boonstra, NSTA
02:22:17
We are recording.
anlew003
02:22:24
Miigwech! Pijamaya!
Lucas Tomlinson
02:22:29
Thank you!
Michelle Phillips
02:22:30
Resource collection: https://my.nsta.org/collection/AW6PB4hEmfI_E
Michelle Phillips
02:22:57
Link to web seminars: https://my.nsta.org/webseminars