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Overview Training Cohort B June 23, 2005. Harcourt Trophies Linda Taylor, Reading Coach linda.taylor@medford.k12.or.us. Discussion Topics. Oregon’s Review of Core Programs Overview of the Core Program Overall Pros, Cons, and Pre-corrections IV. Sample Reading Block Organization

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overview training cohort b june 23 2005

OverviewTrainingCohortBJune 23, 2005

Harcourt Trophies

Linda Taylor, Reading Coach

linda.taylor@medford.k12.or.us

discussion topics
Discussion Topics
  • Oregon’s Review of Core Programs
  • Overview of the Core Program
  • Overall Pros, Cons, and

Pre-corrections

IV. Sample Reading Block Organization

IV. Questions

harcourt
Harcourt

High Priority Items

Discretionary Items

Design Features

ii program overview
II. Program Overview
  • Components of the core program
  • Organization of the teacher’s manual
  • Resources for meeting individual needs and how/with whom they are used.
  • Professional Development Support: What was the frequency and type of support required for teachers to learn this curriculum?
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Organization of the teacher’s manual(40 minutes team discussion time at the end of the day will allow for time to browse through the materials.)

  • What Research Says/Research to Practice in Trophies
  • Contents
  • Reference Materials
  • Introducing the Book
  • Using Reading Strategies
  • Theme Resources
  • Theme at a Glance
  • Theme Assessment
organization of the teacher s manual continued
Organization of the teacher’s manual(continued)
  • Reaching All Learners
  • Additional Homework Ideas
  • Intro Theme/Preview Theme/Build Theme Connections
  • Theme Project
  • Classroom Management
  • Lesson Preview
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Organization of the teacher’s manual(continued)
  • Suggested Lesson Planner/Daily Lesson Plans by Week
    • Oral Language
    • Word Work
    • Reading
    • Language Arts
  • Cross Curricular Centers
  • Theme Wrap-Up and Review
  • Reading Trade Books
  • Assessing Student Progress
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Organization of the teacher’s manual(continued)
  • Additional Support Activities
    • Kindergarten: Phonemic Awareness, Comprehension and Skills, Phonics, Early Literacy Skills, High-Frequency Words
    • First grade: Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Comprehension and Skills, High-Frequency Words
    • Second grade: Phonics, Vocabulary, Comprehension
    • Third grade: Vocabulary, Comprehension and Skills, Writing and Grammar
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Organization of the teacher’s manual(continued)
  • Theme Resources
    • Alternative Teaching Strategies
    • Oral Reading Fluency
    • Comprehension Cards
    • Graphic Organizers
    • Vocabulary Word Cards
    • Word Lists
    • School/Home Connections
    • Story Strips
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Organization of the teacher’s manual(continued)
  • Additional Resources
    • Writer’s Handbook
    • Glossary
    • Syllabication Cards
    • Handwriting
    • Student Record Form
    • Self Assessments – Reading Log, Surveys
    • Professional Bibliography
    • Scope and Sequence
    • Index
resources for meeting individual needs
Resources for Meeting Individual Needs
  • Harcourt Intervention Materials
    • Guides/Practice Books/Skill Cards/Game Boards/Assessment Book/Readers
  • Extra Support Masters
  • English-Language Learner Guides
  • Challenge Masters
assessments
Assessments
  • Oral Reading Fluency Assessment, 1-6
  • Decoding and Word Recognition Assessment, 1
  • Reading and Language Skills Assessment, 1-6
  • Holistic Assessment, 1-6
  • Placement and Diagnostic Assessments, 1,2,3-6
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Professional DevelopmentSupport: What was the frequency and type of support required for teachers to learn this curriculum?
  • Two full day trainings, K-1 and 2-3 by CORE consultant on Harcourt
  • Two full day trainings, K-1 and 2-3 by Harcourt consultant
  • One half day training for Classroom Literacy Assistants by Harcourt consultant.
iv sample reading block kindergarten
IV. Sample Reading Block Kindergarten
  • 90-120 minutes
  • Four adults in each classroom
    • Teacher
    • Classroom Literacy Assistant (Title I)
    • ERI Assistant (Title I)
  • Small group rotations
    • All students participate in Harcourt program
    • All students receive ERI in small group
    • Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, related activities
iv sample reading block kindergarten continued
IV. Sample Reading Block Kindergarten (continued)
  • 15-20 minute whole group
    • Phonemic Awareness
    • Sharing Literature
    • Literature Focus
    • Letter/sound Practice
    • High-Frequency Word Practice
  • Supplemental/Intervention Programs
    • Harcourt Intervention Materials
    • Touchphonics
    • ERI
iv sample reading block grade 1
IV. Sample Reading Block Grade 1
  • 95 minutes
  • All students participate in Harcourt program at levels according to need
  • Ability grouping across grade level
    • High benchmark, Low benchmark/high strategic,

low strategic/intensive

  • Three or four adults in each classroom
    • Teacher
    • Two Classroom Literacy Assistants (Title I)
    • Parent volunteers
iv sample reading block grade 1 continued
IV. Sample Reading Block Grade 1 (continued)
  • 15 minute whole group
    • Oral Language, Sharing Literature, Phonemic Awareness, Word Practice
  • Small group rotations - 20 minutes each
    • Phonics, Word Work, Comprehension, Vocabulary, Oral Reading Fluency, Reading Practice
sample reading block grade 1 continued
Sample Reading Block Grade 1 (continued)
  • Supplemental/Intervention programs
    • Harcourt Intervention Materials
    • Touchphonics
    • Phonics Express
    • Build Up Phonics
iv sample reading block grades 2 3
IV. Sample Reading Block Grades 2 & 3
  • 90 minutes
  • Three adults in each classroom
    • Teacher
    • Two Classroom Literacy Assistants (Title I)
  • 15 minute whole group
    • Sharing Literature
    • Phonics
iv sample reading block grades 2 3 continued
IV. Sample Reading Block Grades 2 & 3 (continued)
  • Small group rotations
    • Word Work: Phonics, Vocabulary, High-Frequency Words
    • Reading: Comprehension, Fluency
  • Supplemental/Intervention programs
    • Harcourt Intervention
    • Touchphonics
    • Phonics Express
    • Read Naturally