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Common Core State Standards. Resources. Elish -Piper, L. (2013). Parent Involvement in Reading.  Illinois Reading Council Journal ,  41 (2), 58 -61 . http://standards.dpi.wi.gov/stn_ccss http://www.oshkoshpubliclibrary.org/librarycard.html https://clubs2.scholastic.com/clubs/

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Common Core

State

Standards

Resources

Elish-Piper, L. (2013). Parent Involvement in Reading. Illinois Reading Council Journal, 41(2), 58-61.

http://standards.dpi.wi.gov/stn_ccss

http://www.oshkoshpubliclibrary.org/librarycard.html

https://clubs2.scholastic.com/clubs/

http://www.amazon.com/books-used-books-textbooks/b?ie=UTF8&node=283155

http://www.readingrockets.org/books/fun/quotable/

The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) have been adopted by 45 states and have a major influence on what is taught and evaluated in schools. While the CCSS document is overwhelming it can be broken into three big ideas:

The CCSS focuses on helping all children become college and career ready by the time they graduate from high school.

There are 10 anchor standards in reading for grades K-5 and 6-12 that become more challenging as students move up in grade level. The anchor standards focus on comprehension, structure, integrating knowledge and ideas, and reading different types of texts.

Instruction shirts take place require teachers and students to focus on reading many informational texts, learning through reading, reading challenging texts, and discussing reading.

Creating Young Readers

By: Mackenzie Wissink

“Once you learn to read, you will be forever free.”

--Frederick Douglass

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Finding Good Books

Supporting

Reading

At Home

Efficient

And

Effective

  • Importance mainly lies with getting students reading but it is also important that students are reading good books.
  • Here some places you can find good books:
  • IRA’s Teachers’ Choices: www.reading.org/Resources/Booklists/TeachersChoices.aspx
  • IRA’s Children’s Choices (for elementary grades): www.reading.org/Resources/
  • Booklists/ChildrensChoices.aspx
  • IRA’s Young Adult’s Choices (for middle and high school): www.reading.org/Resources/ Booklists/ YoungAdultsChoices.aspx
  • American Library Association Recommended Reading Lists (various lists for children and teens): www.ala.org/tools/libfactsheets/alalibraryfactsheet23
  • Good Reads:www.goodreads.com
  • When in doubt ask. I am always happy to recommend good books, as are librarians. 
  • It is extremely important for students to continue their reading outside of school Reading 15-30 minutes a day at home can greatly influence a students reading ability.
  • Comprehension is strengthened when students are asked questions about their reading.
  • Here are some questions you could ask your child after they have read a book:
  • What were the main ideas?
  • What did you learn from reading the text?
  • What new words did you learn?
  • Can you summarize the key ideas?
  • As a parent you could also discuss the 5 Ws and an H:
  • Who?
  • What?
  • When?
  • Where?
  • Why?
  • How
  • As we all know books are important and expensive. Buying books all the time can get extremely costly.
  • Here are some places to get effective and cost efficient books:
  • Oshkosh Public Library: The public library provides a wide variety of books and signing up is free! The library also offers a KidSpace with comfy chairs and books that appeal to kids.
  • Scholastic: These fliers that we send out at school often have great books at a great price! You can also visit their website to order books during the summer!
  • School Library: Our school library as tons of awesome books. Encourage your child to check out books at school!
  • Amazon: If you know what your looking for Amazon often times has pretty good deals to order books online!
  • In the summer check out garage sales!