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The Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™ Guided Reading Collection will include 1300 new, original titles (6 copies of each title) that span levels A–Z on the F&P Text Level Gradient™, with an accompanying lesson folder for each title. These guided reading books were created by a team of talented authors and illustrators under the direction of Irene Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell. Each book is carefully calibrated to match the text characteristics underlying the F&P Text Level Gradient™. Review the release timeline of Guided Reading books from Grades K–6.
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Take a look at the Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™ PreK–6 Implementation and Release Schedule.
This detailed timeline chart will show you which FPC Instructional Contexts will release and when.
This is the second webinar in a series of informational webinars on the NEW Fountas & Pinnell Classroom (FPC). Watch to learn directly from Fountas and Pinnell themselves how to put your Interactive Read-Alouds into action with FPC.
Download the K–8+ System Overview to read about LLI’s research-based characteristics, and how to implement LLI to achieve maximum effectiveness.
Each System Sampler includes:
The Instructional Level Expectations for Reading chart is a thinking tool: a way to think about text levels on the F&P Text Level Gradient™. Across the year, teachers look carefully at where a student is and work to provide the necessary level of support. As a teacher, you need to have a vision for your students’ progress, and we know that this vision can be accomplished more successfully if teachers work with each other. An example of approximate expectations for a year of progress by grade level is shown in this chart. Expectations can help you and your colleagues meet readers’ needs and support them so that they make optimum progress. This chart is intended to provide general guidelines for grade level goals which should be adjusted based on school/district requirements and professional teacher judgment.