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Analyzing Writing About Reading from Genre Study: Teaching with Fiction and Nonfiction Books by Fountas and Pinnell.
This chart was featured in the webinar: Tips for Grading and Reporting Progress within Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™.
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Overview of Genre Study Suite. Includes descriptions of Genre Study, Genre Quick Guide, and fiction/nonfiction Genre Prompting Guides.
Fountas & Pinnell's Genre Study Suite and Reader's Notebook: Advanced are designed to work together to support genre study through inquiry-based learning and writing about reading. See how in these online previews.
This guide for instructors, staff developers, literacy coaches, and study groups provides suggestions for a series of professional development sessions based on Fountas and Pinnell’s text, Genre Study: Teaching with Fiction and Nonfiction Books. The modules vary from one to three hours in length and may be combined for several all-day seminars or presented over a series of shorter periods. The modules are designed so that you can pick and choose sessions depending on your interests and time availability.
Lay the groundwork for a lifetime of literacy explorations.
A comprehensive suite of resources that focuses on genre study through inquiry-based learning with an emphasis on reading comprehension and the craft of writing. An inquiry approach engages students in exploring texts so that they can notice and name the characteristics of each genre and construct a working definition that guides their thinking of reading and writing.
Watch a recording of our webinar "Genre Study: The Inquiry Approach". In it national Fountas & Pinnell consultant, Dr. Kathy Northcutt will: