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Engagement “Good teaching that improves literacy will take care of the scores, because those who read a lot of many kinds of text read fluently, and reading with understanding results in higher scores.” - Gay Sue Pinnell and Irene Fountas, 1995 The Year of Miss Agnes by Kirkpatrick Hill

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“Good teaching that improves literacy will take care of the scores, because those who read a lot of many kinds of text read fluently, and reading with understanding results in higher scores.”

-Gay Sue Pinnell and Irene Fountas, 1995

miss agnes culture
Miss Agnes - culture
  • Differentiated – NO one size fits all
  • Meaningful
  • Repetition – interesting
  • Knows her students
  • Gradient of learning
  • Community
  • Equality
  • Access
  • Expectation – successful
  • Connectedness – concern/interest
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Engagement

Keys

to Reading

Improvement

  • Practice
  • Comprehension
  • Writing
  • Word Study/Vocab
  • Fluency

Access

(Wide Variety)

practice cycle
Practice Cycle

More Practice

More Practice

  • Practice
  • Comprehension
  • Writing
  • Word study/Vocab
  • Fluency

More pleasure in reading

independent reading program
Independent Reading Program
  • Immersion ~ print rich environment
  • Demonstration ~ you are the model
  • Expectation ~ expect that your students can and will do lots of reading
  • Choice ~ must allow kids to choose books
  • Time ~ need large amounts of reading time
  • Risk Free atmosphere
  • Response ~ need various ways to respond (not a book report)
reading is thinking
Reading is Thinking!!

The reader can make value judgments about text, understand and question the author, read as a writer and write as reader.

-Ken Stamatis

classroom environment
Classroom Environment
  • Know the books in your library
  • Physical space:
    • Inviting, cozy seating
    • Soft lighting
  • Books displayed: “read me!”
  • Bulletin board recommendations
    • Ask:
  • “What are you reading good?” and
  • “What are you going to read next?”
websites
Websites
  • Google “recommended reading lists”

www.ala.org

www.haisln.org/HAISLN%20grades%203-4%202008.pdf

www.ucalgary.ca/~dKBrown/lists.html

www.nancykeane.com/booktalks/

www.proteacher.net