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Ready, Set, Go. Presented By: Instructional Design and Innovation Team Moore County Schools November 6, 2012. Factors that Influence Reading Development. Development of ___________ Awareness and ___________ Principle Ability to ________ words ___________ with enough words

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Ready, Set, Go

Presented By:

Instructional Design

and Innovation Team

Moore County Schools

November 6, 2012

factors that influence reading development
Factors that Influence Reading Development
  • Development of ___________ Awareness and ___________ Principle
  • Ability to ________ words
  • ___________ with enough words
  • Acquisition of ___________
  • Application of reading ________________ strategies
  • Extensive reading of both __________ and _________ texts
  • Adequate teacher preparation and materials

The Literacy Framework

  • Highly __________ block of time
  • Language and Literacy activities
  • Whole group and small group instruction
  • Literacy ___________
  • Effective management of time
  • Instructional practices _____ purposely
  • Best practices in _________ instruction

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5 Domains of Reading

1. 4.

2. 5.

3.

  • Whole Group:
  • Systematic, Direct, & Explicit Instruction
  • The teacher states the ________ being
  • taught clearly.
  • The teacher effectively ________ how
  • the concept is used by a _________
  • reader.
  • The teacher focuses students’ attention
  • to _________ _____________.

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Whole Group Instruction

  • Examples of Appropriate
  • Group Skills are:
            • _____________
            • Phonics
            • _____________
            • Text Organization
            • _____________
            • Read Aloud
            • Vocabulary
            • Instruction
            • _____________

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RoundTable

The teacher provides a task to which there are multiple possible responses, and provides think time.

Students take turns passing a paper and pencil or a team project, each writing one answer or making a contribution.

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small group instruction flexible reading groups

Organize

Knowledge

Construct

Meaning from

Text

Small Group InstructionFlexible Reading Groups

Direct, Explicit,

&

Systematic

Instruction

Literacy

  • Flexible Reading Groups:
  • Advanced Level
  • ___________________
  • Strategic Level
  • ___________________

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Jot Thoughts

Setup: Students each have multiple slips of paper (e.g., pre-cut sticky notes, cut-up bond paper).

Teacher names a topic, sets a time limit and provides think time (e.g., In three minutes, how many questions can you write that have the answer 17? What are ways we could reduce poverty?).

Students write and announce as many ideas as they can in the allotted time, on idea per slip of paper.

Each slip of paper is placed in the center of the table; students attempt to “cover the table” (no slips are to overlap).

Extension: Students can categorize like ideas.

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What are

Literacy Assignments?

  • All students work ____________ and __________
  • with other students while the teacher is working with
  • ___________ ____________ groups.
  • Students practice _____ learned in whole group and
  • are held ______________ for work accomplished.

Literacy Assignments

Fluency

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questions to ask before developing a literacy assignment
Questions to ask Before Developing a Literacy Assignment
  • Is there _____________ for this assignment?

(What evidence do you have that the objective was met?)

  • Is the learning _______________?

(Does the time required for completion justify the outcome?)

  • How can I ____________ this assignment to meet the needs of all my students?
  • Is the __________ of work acceptable?

(Are the students using a posted rubric to

guide the quality of their work?)

Instructional Support Matrix:

http://ccss.ncmcs.org/Intervention%20Matrix/MCS_ISM_Literacy.pdf

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