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Language Arts Support

Curriculum Night

AnnMarie Tracey Heather Andros


Entrance into language arts support las
Entrance into Language Arts Support (LAS)

  • State and Classroom Assessments

  • Teacher Recommendation


Las program
LAS Program

  • Pull out program

  • Small group instruction

  • 1:1 instruction

  • Push in classroom support


Teachers
Teachers

  • 3rd Grade Students

    • See Miss Tracey

  • 4th Grade Students

    • See Mrs. Andros

  • 5th Graders

    • Miss Tracey works with students in Mrs. Renzo, and Mrs. Sizemore’s rooms

    • Mrs. Andros works with students in Mr. Greco Mrs. Madison, and Mr. Duvivier’s rooms


What does reading in the las room look like
What does Reading in the LAS room look like?

  • Recalling, predicting and making connections

  • Phonics review

  • Vocabulary development

  • Reading Strategy lessons

  • Silent reading

  • Group discussion

  • Fluency work

  • Building stamina


Discussion starters to promote critical thinking
Discussion Starters to promote Critical Thinking…

  • I wonder…

  • A connection is…

  • I realized…

  • I think…

  • I wish I could…

  • The story made me think of…

  • If I could change…

  • I noticed…

  • I liked…

  • I predict…

  • My favorite part…


What does writing in the las room look like
What does Writing in the LAS room look like?

  • Phonics review

  • Mini – lessons

  • Guided Practice

  • Independent Writing

  • Conferencing


Title i
Title I

  • A federally funded program that provides resources to eligible school districts to help children meet challenging state academic standards


Parent involvement
Parent Involvement

Schools receiving Title I funds must reserve a portion of their funds to carry out parental involvement activities, including the promotion of family literacy.


How are title i funds used at west road
How are Title I funds used at West Road?

  • Providing families with brochures that promote reading together

  • Families for Literacy Book Club

    • Charlotte's Web, Babe the Gallant Pig, Hoot, Matilda

  • Summer Literacy Kick-Off

  • Express Books


Exiting las
Exiting LAS

  • Reading on Grade Level

    H

    I

    J Second Grade

    K (H – M)

    L

    M

    N Third Grade

    O (L – P)

    P

    Q

    R Fourth Grade

    S (O – T)

    T

    U

    V Fifth Grade

    W (R – W)


Home school communication
Home School Communication

  • Website

  • Email/Phone

  • Parent/Teacher Conferences

  • Progress Reports

  • Families For Literacy

  • Kick Off Summer Literacy event


8 ways parents can promote reading at home
8 Ways Parents Can Promote Reading at Home

As a parent, you are your child's first - and most important - teacher. Here are eight ways you can help your child become a better reader.

  • 1. Read everyday.

  • 2. Get books on tape/CD.

  • 3. Read aloud to your children

    – It’s never too early or toolate to start!

  • 4. Use your newspapers and/or magazines to encourage reading.

  • 5. Give books as gifts.


Thank you for coming mrs andros miss tracey handros@acsdny org atracey@acsdny org
Thank You for Coming!Mrs. Andros Miss [email protected] [email protected]


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