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spdg webinar series 2

SPDG Webinar Series#2

Essential Components of an Effective Core Reading Program

o nline norms
Online norms
  • State name before contributing
  • Speak slower than usual
  • muteandunmute
  • Turn down computer speaker volume
  • Minimize background distractions
  • Assume good intent
  • Be present
check in
Check in
  • Round Robin: state your school name and the names of those attending from your school. What are school colors?
  • The facilitator will acknowledge who is “in” the room.
where we ve been
Where We’ve Been
  • Completed District Implementation Evaluation Tool SB and DB
  • Participated in T.A. call
  • Begin to complete SPDG Action Planning Form
  • Training on RTI essential Components and Implementation Science
  • Held team planning meetings
where we re going objectives
Where We’re Going, Objectives
  • Gain an understanding of components necessary for implementing an effective core reading program in Response to Intervention system
  • Begin to take action steps to create a Standard Reading Protocol
  • Gain a conceptual understanding about importance of fidelity tools
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Tier 1 is for all students

  • access to general education curriculum
  • opportunity to demonstrate mastery of it
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The Florida Center for Reading Research defines Core…

initial instructional tool used to guide high quality instruction in k-5 classrooms. The CCRP (Comprehensive Core Reading Program) correlate to all reading and Language Arts content based on the five essential components of reading instruction: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. The CCRP contains instructional design components including explicit instructional strategies, coordinated instructional sequences, ample practice opportunities, and aligned student materials.

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The Florida Center for Reading Research defines Core…

initial instructional tool used to guide high quality instruction in k-5 classrooms. The CCRP (Comprehensive Core Reading Program) correlate to all reading and Language Arts content based on the five essential components of reading instruction: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. The CCRP contains instructional design components including explicit instructional strategies, coordinated instructional sequences, ample practice opportunities, and aligned student materials.

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The Florida Center for Reading Research defines Core…

initial instructional tool used to guide high quality instruction in k-5 classrooms. The CCRP (Comprehensive Core Reading Program) correlate to all reading and Language Arts content based on the five essential components of reading instruction: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. The CCRP contains instructional design components including explicit instructional strategies, coordinated instructional sequences, ample practice opportunities, and aligned student materials.

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The Florida Center for Reading Research defines Core…

initial instructional tool used to guide high quality instruction in k-5 classrooms. The CCRP (Comprehensive Core Reading Program) correlate to all reading and Language Arts content based on the five essential components of reading instruction: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. The CCRP contains instructional design components including explicit instructional strategies, coordinated instructional sequences, ample practice opportunities, and aligned student materials.

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The Florida Center for Reading Research defines Core…

initial instructional tool used to guide high quality instruction in k-5 classrooms. The CCRP (Comprehensive Core Reading Program) correlate to all reading and Language Arts content based on the five essential components of reading instruction: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. The CCRP contains instructional design components including explicit instructional strategies, coordinated instructional sequences, ample practice opportunities, and aligned student materials.

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The Florida Center for Reading Research defines Core…

initial instructional tool used to guide high quality instruction in k-5 classrooms. The CCRP (Comprehensive Core Reading Program) correlate to all reading and Language Arts content based on the five essential components of reading instruction: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. The CCRP contains instructional design components including explicit instructional strategies,coordinated instructional sequences, ample practice opportunities, and aligned student materials.

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The Florida Center for Reading Research defines Core…

initial instructional tool used to guide high quality instruction in k-5 classrooms. The CCRP (Comprehensive Core Reading Program) correlate to all reading and Language Arts content based on the five essential components of reading instruction: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. The CCRP contains instructional design components including explicit instructional strategies,coordinated instructional sequences, ample practice opportunities, and aligned student materials.

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The Florida Center for Reading Research defines Core…

initial instructional tool used to guide high quality instruction in k-5 classrooms. The CCRP (Comprehensive Core Reading Program) correlate to all reading and Language Arts content based on the five essential components of reading instruction: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. The CCRP contains instructional design components including explicit instructional strategies,coordinated instructional sequences, ample practice opportunities, and aligned student materials.

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The Florida Center for Reading Research defines Core…

initial instructional tool used to guide high quality instruction in k-5 classrooms. The CCRP (Comprehensive Core Reading Program) correlate to all reading and Language Arts content based on the five essential components of reading instruction: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. The CCRP contains instructional design components including explicit instructional strategies,coordinated instructional sequences, ample practice opportunities, and aligned student materials.

develop standards of practice
Develop Standards of Practice
  • Your District Team will work to create non-negotiables for your district around the instruction of your core reading curriculum
  • Ensure each class has a 90 minute core in a 5 day week.
  • Develop scope and sequence.
developing standards
Developing Standards
  • Core curriculum is taught, not just bought
    • You are developing YOUR standards of practice around the curriculum
    • T.I.P. Transparency, Inclusion and Planning
      • Involve teacher leaders
      • Be clear, consistent and repetitive with message for effective, sustainable implementation
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Core curriculum is taught, not just bought

    • You are developing YOUR standards of practice around the curriculum
    • T.I.P. Transparency, Inclusionand Planning
      • Involve teacher leaders
      • Be clear, consistent and repetitive with message for effective, sustainable implementation
slide29

Core curriculum is taught, not just bought

    • You are developing YOUR standards of practice around the curriculum
    • T.I.P. Transparency, Inclusion and Planning
      • Involve teacher leaders
      • Be clear, consistent and repetitive with message for effective, sustainable implementation
slide30

Core curriculum is taught, not just bought

    • You are developing YOUR standards of practice around the curriculum
    • T.I.P. Transparency, Inclusion and Planning
      • Involve teacher leaders
      • Be clear, consistent and repetitive with message for effective, sustainable implementation
what is core instruction
What is core instruction?
  • 90 minutes of instruction daily (K: 60 minutes)
  • Alignment amongst
    • Big 5 Ideas in Reading (Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Fluency, Vocabulary, Comprehension)
    • Common Core
    • Purchased Core Adoption
a balanced healthy literacy diet
A Balanced & Healthy Literacy Diet

Reading

Comp

Phonics

(Alphabetic

Principle)

Oral Reading

Fluency &

Accuracy

Phonemic

Awareness

Vocabulary

include common instructional strategies
Include Common Instructional Strategies

Instruction is more important than curriculum

include active engagement
Include: Active Engagement
  • Physical Gestures
  • Hand Signals
  • Acting Out Responses
  • Cloze Reading
  • Echo Reading
  • Partner Reading
  • Choral Reading
  • Classroom Technology
  • Precision Partners
  • Think-Pair-Share
  • Think-Write-Share
  • Choral Responses (with a teacher signal)
  • Team Responses
  • Response Cards
  • White Boards
how can you tell if tier 1 is healthy
How can you tell if Tier 1 is Healthy?

Are 80% of your students proficient?

  • At each grade level?
  • Economically disadvantaged kids?
  • Boys and Girls?
  • English Language Learners?
  • Students from different cultural backgrounds?

?

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Fidelity to the core…because

Successful core instruction is the most important thing you can do in RTI.

most

fidelity to the core
Fidelity to the core
  • The Big 5 of Reading
  • The scope and sequence
  • State and common core standards
  • Common instructional and active engagement strategies

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fidelity to the core1
Fidelity to the core

Worksheets Fidelity

why is fidelity important
Why is fidelity important?
  • Comprehensive program that incorporates all components of reading
    • Students have the opportunity to make connections
    • Students read text that supports vocabulary, phonics, and comprehension lessons
  • The whole school has a common language, common goal, and common tools

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why is fidelity important1
Why is fidelity important?
  • Comprehensive program that incorporates all components of reading
    • Students have the opportunity to make connections
    • Students read text that supports vocabulary, phonics, and comprehension lessons
  • The whole school has a common language, common goal, and common tools

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fidelity to the core2
Fidelity to the Core
  • You have to inspect what you expect
  • Classroom walkthroughs
  • Core program fidelity checks
  • Are we all doing what we agreed to do?
plan for professional development
Plan for Professional Development

High above the hushed

crowd, Rex tried to remain

focused. Still, he couldn’t

shake one nagging

thought: He was an old

dog and this was a new

trick.”

The Far Side

review
Review
  • Start with Why?
  • Move to How
  • Create Standards
    • Include: 90 minute reading blocks, Reading Components, effective instruction, active engagement
  • Develop fidelity tools
  • Plan for ongoing and embedded PD/PL
improving your core
Improving Your Core

Aligned, coordinated, instruction, active engagement and frequent feedback

90 min reading block structure

Professional Development, adult learning

Fidelity

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Remember:

Adopting a New Program, Practice, or Process

TO

Making the Giant Leap:

Plan for success: build an action plan to cross the bridge to move to effective, sustainable implementation

GIANT LEAP

Increases

in

Outcomes

Changes in

Practices

Current

Practice

Implementation Bridge

Practice

Hall, G.E. & Hord, S.M. (2006).

Implementing Changes p. 10

next steps
Next Steps:
  • Complete SPDG Action Planning Tool
    • Turn in any outstanding paperwork
  • Schedule a T.A. call
  • Attend January 23, 2013 live training in Eugene
    • 100% Meeting Structure Training
      • Data Based decision making
  • Support one another!
  • Complete post Survey, PLEASE!