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FPUser24328
FPUser24328
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1/23/2018
FPUser24328
FPUser24328
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Hello,

We're working on tightening up the common language we use vertically. Where in the continuum would we find a specific list of these skills/strategies that should be explicitly taught for each grade level?
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Debbie Magoulick, Fountas & Pinnell Consultant
Debbie Magoulick, Fountas & Pinnell Consultant
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1/23/2018
FPUser24328 wrote:
Hello,

We're working on tightening up the common language we use vertically. Where in the continuum would we find a specific list of these skills/strategies that should be explicitly taught for each grade level?



The entire Continuum lists the goals and expectations for every grade level in each of the instructional contexts. If you are talking about when to begin calling "the people in the book characters" kinds of talk you might find Figure 16-8 in Teaching for Comprehending and Fluency helpful. It is called "Acquiring a Shared Literary Vocabulary for Talking About Books." This is in the chapter on "Creating a Literate Culture Through Interactive Read-Aloud." These are the goals you will find in that section of the Continuum (IRA) as well as the Oral Communication section.
If I am misunderstanding your question please provide more information and I'll try again.
Best wishes for success!
Debbie
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