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C o r e teaching reading sourcebook a resource walkthrough ginny axon miblsi regional coordinator kathryn schallmo

C.O.R.E. Teaching Reading Sourcebook

A Resource Walkthrough

Ginny Axon, MiBLSi Regional Coordinator

Kathryn Schallmo, MiBLSi Director

Macomb ISD


Promoting a spirit of inquiry

Promoting a Spirit of Inquiry

We can make our world significant by

the courage of our questions and the

depth of our answers.

Carl Sagan


C o r e teaching reading sourcebook a resource walkthrough ginny axon miblsi regional coordinator kathryn schallmo

COACHING IMPACT

TRAINING

COMPONENTS

Knowledge

Skill

Demonstration

Use in the Classroom

Theory and Discussion

10%

5%

0%

Demonstration in Training

30%

20%

0%

Practice & Feedback in Training

60%

60%

5%

Coaching in Classroom

95%

95%

95%

Joyce and Showers, 2002


The big picture

The Big Picture

Teaching Reading Sourcebook

2nd edition

Bill Honig, Linda Diamond, Linda Gutlohn

Consortium on Reading Excellence (C.O.R.E.)


The reading deficit the case for explicit instruction

The Reading Deficit – The Case for Explicit Instruction

The State of Reading Today

National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)

Nation’s Response

No Child Left Behind (NCLB)

Reading First

What’s Not Working?Sourcebook Pages 2-3


Learning partners share out

Learning Partners – Share Out

THE BIG PICTURE (Pages 2-3)

What is the “State of Reading” today?

What have we tried?

What’s not working?

What do we do next?


Essential components of reading instruction the big five 4

Essential Components of Reading Instruction The Big Five + 4

Print awareness

Letter knowledge

Phonemic awareness

Phonics

Irregular word reading

Multisyllabic word reading

Fluency

Vocabulary

Comprehension Sourcebook Pages 7-10


Text structure chapter organization

Text StructureChapter Organization

What?

A graphic explanation of research-based content and best practices to aid in lesson design


Text structure chapter organization1

Text StructureChapter Organization

Why?

A clear summary of the scientific research, meaningful quotes, and a bibliography for deeper reading


Text structure chapter organization2

Text StructureChapter Organization

When?

Instructional sequence

Assessments

Frequency

Purpose

Intervention strategies


Text structure chapter organization3

Text StructureChapter Organization

How?

Sample lesson models

Explicit Instruction strategies

Corrective feedback examples


Learning partners table group

Learning Partners (Table Group)

  • Choose a Chapter

  • Create a Chapter Walk

    • What?

    • Why?

    • When ?

    • How?

  • Prepare to Share!


  • Lesson models sample

    Lesson Models - Sample

    Say and Move It ,154 -155

    Flexible Strategy for Reading Big Words,309

    Word Map, 481-482

    Vocabulary Hot Shots, 602 – 604

    Steps of Paragraph Shrinking,712 -714


    Resources

    RESOURCES

    Sample Texts

    Activity Masters

    Teaching Charts

    Connect to Theory Activities


    Consortium on reading excellence c o r e

    Consortium on Reading Excellence (C.O.R.E.)

    Website: www.corelearn.com

    E-mail: [email protected]

    Phone: (888)249 -6155


    Democracy can survive and flourish only with a literate citizenry thomas jefferson

    “Democracy can survive and flourish only with a literate citizenry.”

    Thomas Jefferson


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