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This document describes features and components of Phonics Lessons: Letters, Words, and How They Work, Grades K, 1, and 2 that address the five essential elements identified by The National Reading Panel as critical to successful reading instruction:
(1) phonemic awareness instruction
(2) phonics instruction
(3) fluency instruction
(4) vocabulary instruction
(5) comprehension instruction
These five elements are the building blocks of Reading First and the national Leave No Child Behind Act.
Get your first glimpse of Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™ with these comprehensive digital samplers.These samplers provide example lessons for each instructional context within Fountas & Pinnell Classroom: Interactive Read-Aloud, Shared Reading, Phonics, Spelling, and Word Study, Reading Minilessons, Guided Reading, Book Clubs, Independent Reading; Sample Guided Reading and Shared Reading texts; and descriptions of the many valuable Professional
Phonics Lessons and Word Study Lessons reflect the most current research on child and language development. Fountas and Pinnell understand that to some extent children follow their own idiosyncratic paths, but they also recognize that developmental patterns provide a foundation upon which to build the smartest instruction possible. Fountas and Pinnell's Word Study Continuum plots a course along the developmental pathway children traverse as they become expert word solvers and effective readers. This webinar will introduce you to the series’ proven instructional features and show you how it can support your literacy instruction.
The results are in and they are conclusive: The single most important factor in students’ reading success is a skillful, informed teacher. This curricular resource supports teachers in effective literacy education. Phonics Lessons/Word Study Lessons provide essential information about the intricate relationships between letters and sounds as well as the ways they work to help developing readers.
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