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Anchor Charts to Support Comprehension Strategies. By Mary Malloy & Katrina Purdue. Professional Development. IRT training from Cindy and Therese Embedded Midvale PD Year 1- Primary Literacy Notebook Year 2- Comprehension Strategies with Debbie Miller

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professional development
Professional Development

IRT training from Cindy and Therese

Embedded Midvale PD

  • Year 1-Primary Literacy Notebook
  • Year 2-Comprehension Strategies with Debbie Miller
  • Year 3-Comprehension revisited + writing
resources
Resources

Literacy Room Books

Book Room Titles for Book Club

implementation
Modeling

(Anchor Charts)

Shared Practice

(Anchor Charts)

Guided Practice

(notebooks)

Independent Practice

(Book Club, notebooks)

Implementation
book club
Book Club
  • Heterogeneous Small Groups
  • Adult reads book aloud to group
  • Each child is given a copy of the text
  • Students reflect and use post-its to track their thinking
  • Students initiate discussions
  • Follow-up reflection in reading journals
book club2
Book Club

First Session

Second Session

book club4
Book Club

magazines

poetry

summary of book club
Evolved over the year

Added to format (coding, one main idea)

Changed genres (poetry and nonfiction)

Developed oral language

Students problem solved around group dynamics

Volunteers and students became more comfortable with format

Summary of Book Club