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LLG
LLG
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9/2/2020
LLG
LLG
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are we able to share the books with the students or only screen share with our book? I have looked for this answer and watched your blog videos, but no help
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readingteach345
readingteach345
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9/2/2020
readingteach345
readingteach345
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I'm wondering the same thing. I"m trying to figure out a way that I can send them on a video or slide so they can flip the pages at their own pace reading.
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Helenann Steensen, Fountas & Pinnell Consultant
Helenann Steensen, Fountas & Pinnell Consultant
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9/2/2020
LLG wrote:
are we able to share the books with the students or only screen share with our book? I have looked for this answer and watched your blog videos, but no help



Currently only teacher access to the books (for screen sharing) is provided in the Online Resources. Regarding student access to LLI books, please see this post: https://fpblog.fountasandpinnell.com/fall-2020-update-remote-teaching-learning-with-fountas-pinnell-literacy
Heinemann is in the process of developing a secure student-facing platform and intends to provide student access via a subscription model (pricing TBD) for: Leveled Literacy Intervention books.


Please bookmark the Fountas & Pinnell Literacy™ Remote Learning page and the Fountas & Pinnell Literacy™ Blog for updates including availability dates and details for forthcoming resources.


Best Wishes for success during this challenging time,
Helenann

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Helenann Steensen, Official Fountas & Pinnell Consultant, Heinemann
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Helenann Steensen, Fountas & Pinnell Consultant
Helenann Steensen, Fountas & Pinnell Consultant
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9/2/2020
readingteach345 wrote:
I'm wondering the same thing. I"m trying to figure out a way that I can send them on a video or slide so they can flip the pages at their own pace reading.


We know teachers are eager to begin the school year and are faced with many challenges. Currently only teacher access to the books (for screen sharing) is provided in the Online Resources. Regarding student access to LLI books, please see this post: https://fpblog.fountasandpinnell.com/fall-2020-update-remote-teaching-learning-with-fountas-pinnell-literacy
Heinemann is in the process of developing a secure student-facing platform and intends to provide student access via a subscription model (pricing TBD) for: Leveled Literacy Intervention books.


Please bookmark the Fountas & Pinnell Literacy™ Remote Learning page and the Fountas & Pinnell Literacy™ Blog for updates including availability dates and details for forthcoming resources.


Best Wishes for success during this challenging time,
Helenann

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Helenann Steensen, Official Fountas & Pinnell Consultant, Heinemann
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VanessaPendexter
VanessaPendexter
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9/22/2020
This is what they said in June. I have found no evidence of this on the website. It would be nice if students had access to the books.
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Debbie Magoulick, Fountas & Pinnell Consultant
Debbie Magoulick, Fountas & Pinnell Consultant
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9/22/2020
VanessaPendexter wrote:
This is what they said in June. I have found no evidence of this on the website. It would be nice if students had access to the books.

The team is still in the process of producing the resources. It took years to develop them in the printed form. They have been and continue to work diligently to produce quality resources for a digital format. Please be patient. We are hopeful some will be coming soon.

Be well!
Debbie
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Melissa Rippy
Melissa Rippy
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10/1/2020
Melissa Rippy
Melissa Rippy
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We are in DESPERATE need of a solution for the following scenario: One of the primary components of LLI instruction is that students be able to read the books at their own pace at certain points throughout the lesson in order for the teacher to conduct an informal and/or formal read aloud one-on-one with students. This is difficult to manage for virtual students because as the teacher scrolls through the book on the screen share for the student who is doing a read aloud, it is also moving for the other students in the small group who should be reading silently on their own.


Teachers have asked if they are allowed to either screen shot the pages of the book, add the screen shots to slides and share the slides via SeeSaw, Google Classroom, or Schoology? Also, if they are allowed to record themselves reading the book or scrolling through the book slowly via Screencastify and sharing the recording link via SeeSaw, Google Classroom, or Schoology?

In our efforts to provide excellent teaching strategies for student growth we are also mindful of copyright limitations. Thank you for your guidance!


Debbie Magoulick, Fountas & Pinnell Consultant wrote:
VanessaPendexter wrote:
This is what they said in June. I have found no evidence of this on the website. It would be nice if students had access to the books.

The team is still in the process of producing the resources. It took years to develop them in the printed form. They have been and continue to work diligently to produce quality resources for a digital format. Please be patient. We are hopeful some will be coming soon.

Be well!
Debbie
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Debbie Magoulick, Fountas & Pinnell Consultant
Debbie Magoulick, Fountas & Pinnell Consultant
Posts: 872


10/1/2020
Melissa Rippy wrote:
We are in DESPERATE need of a solution for the following scenario: One of the primary components of LLI instruction is that students be able to read the books at their own pace at certain points throughout the lesson in order for the teacher to conduct an informal and/or formal read aloud one-on-one with students. This is difficult to manage for virtual students because as the teacher scrolls through the book on the screen share for the student who is doing a read aloud, it is also moving for the other students in the small group who should be reading silently on their own.

Teachers have asked if they are allowed to either screen shot the pages of the book, add the screen shots to slides and share the slides via SeeSaw, Google Classroom, or Schoology? Also, if they are allowed to record themselves reading the book or scrolling through the book slowly via Screencastify and sharing the recording link via SeeSaw, Google Classroom, or Schoology?

In our efforts to provide excellent teaching strategies for student growth we are also mindful of copyright limitations. Thank you for your guidance!

Thank you for being mindful of the regulations. https://resources.fountasandpinnell.com/uploads/notices/FPL%20Copyright%20and%20Permissions_B.pdf These regulations still apply.

The suggestions found in the OLR for LLI provide ways to support intervention students. If they do not have the books in their hands you are right, it is not the same. If you have a way to get the books to the students for the lessons then you can do LLI as designed. If you cannot then you must make changes in the delivery as suggested. The intervention students will make progress in literacy if you provide shared and interactive readings, literature discussions, phonics, word study, and writing about reading opportunities. Independent reading opportunities are suggested in the remote learning resources. https://d2g6a33f7exulo.cloudfront.net/LLI_LiteracySupport_RemoteLearning.pdf (You may have to use your own code to access this pdf.)


In the webinar yesterday the team said the Remote Learning and Teaching Guides for LLI are almost completed. We are hoping for them to be live soon. However, the student-facing platforms will take much longer to complete.

We appreciate your dedication and the extra work this is causing for teachers. Fountas and Pinnell must remain true to their core values and will not release a product that does not meet their quality standards. We at Heinemann will continue to work to support you and all teachers.

Best wishes!
Debbie

Debbie Magoulick, Fountas & Pinnell Consultant wrote:
VanessaPendexter wrote:
This is what they said in June. I have found no evidence of this on the website. It would be nice if students had access to the books.

The team is still in the process of producing the resources. It took years to develop them in the printed form. They have been and continue to work diligently to produce quality resources for a digital format. Please be patient. We are hopeful some will be coming soon.

Be well!
Debbie
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ashelybrown
ashelybrown
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11/23/2021
ashelybrown
ashelybrown
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One of the primary components of LLI instruction is that students be able to read the books at their own pace at certain points throughout the lesson in order for the teacher to conduct an informal and/or formal read aloud one-on-one with students.


This is difficult to manage for virtual students because as the teacher scrolls through the book on the screen share for the student who is doing a read aloud,


it is also moving for the other students in the small group who should be reading silently on their own.
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Debbie Magoulick, Fountas & Pinnell Consultant
Debbie Magoulick, Fountas & Pinnell Consultant
Posts: 872


11/23/2021
ashelybrown wrote:
One of the primary components of LLI instruction is that students be able to read the books at their own pace at certain points throughout the lesson in order for the teacher to conduct an informal and/or formal read aloud one-on-one with students.


This is difficult to manage for virtual students because as the teacher scrolls through the book on the screen share for the student who is doing a read aloud,


it is also moving for the other students in the small group who should be reading silently on their own.

You are correct. LLI lessons were not designed to be used with printed texts in a virtual settings. The LLI digital subscription is what you need to do lessons in virtual settings. Please contact your local sales rep for more information. Find a Heinemann Representative in Your State - Heinemann Publishing
FPL Digital Subscription (fountasandpinnell.com)
Best wishes!
Debbie
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