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. We can make our world significant by the courage of our questions and the depth of our answers.
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A Resource Walkthrough
Ginny Axon, MiBLSi Regional Coordinator
Kathryn Schallmo, MiBLSi Director
We can make our world significant by
the courage of our questions and the
depth of our answers.
Use in the Classroom
Theory and Discussion
Demonstration in Training
Practice & Feedback in Training
Coaching in Classroom
Joyce and Showers, 2002
Teaching Reading Sourcebook
Bill Honig, Linda Diamond, Linda Gutlohn
Consortium on Reading Excellence (C.O.R.E.)
The State of Reading Today
National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP)
No Child Left Behind (NCLB)
What’s Not Working?Sourcebook Pages 2-3
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?
Irregular word reading
Multisyllabic word reading
Comprehension Sourcebook Pages 7-10
A graphic explanation of research-based content and best practices to aid in lesson design
A clear summary of the scientific research, meaningful quotes, and a bibliography for deeper reading
Sample lesson models
Explicit Instruction strategies
Corrective feedback examples
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
Connect to Theory Activities
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