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Levels Are a Teacher's Tool, NOT a Child's Label Webinar
Levels Are a Teacher's Tool, NOT a Child's Label Webinar Videos | Link | 58:37 Members Only Members Only 09/10/2018
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All children deserve access to an authentic, rich, and diverse text base – including a robust classroom library where levels have no place. The books in a classroom library are not there for the purpose of “practicing reading,” but rather to create lifelong readers who have the power of choice, the ability to make decisions about books, the freedom to have opinions, the opportunity to think critically, and the pleasure of reading for a sustained time each day. Levels have a critical place in the hands of teachers who understand their complexity and use them to make good decisions in instruction. Advocating for the appropriate use of levels in our school and within our classrooms is both a challenge and an opportunity.

Literacy leaders Irene C. Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell untangle common misconceptions around text levels and explore practical tips for nurturing student agency and communicating progress.

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Levels Are a Teacher's Tool, NOT a Child's Label Webinar
Levels Are a Teacher's Tool, NOT a Child's Label Webinar
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All children deserve access to an authentic, rich, and diverse text base – including a robust classroom library where levels have no place. The books in a classroom library are not there for the purpose of “practicing reading,” but rather to create lifelong readers who have the power of choice, the ability to make decisions about books, the freedom to have opinions, the opportunity to think critically, and the pleasure of reading for a sustained time each day. Levels have a critical place in the hands of teachers who understand their complexity and use them to make good decisions in instruction. Advocating for the appropriate use of levels in our school and within our classrooms is both a challenge and an opportunity.

Literacy leaders Irene C. Fountas and Gay Su Pinnell untangle common misconceptions around text levels and explore practical tips for nurturing student agency and communicating progress.

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LLI Choice Library Samples
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The Fountas & Pinnell LLI Choice Libraries and companion Guide to Independent Reading are for LLI teachers or classroom teachers seeking to support struggling students' independent reading, and to provide daily opportunities for students to read, on their own, books they have selected themselves. The first step in helping students choose books is to have a good collection at an appropriate range of reading levels that includes many books that will appeal to both genders and is so well organized that students can find books quickly. These libraries are an important investment in the independent reading opportunities for your students.

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The Fountas & Pinnell LLI Choice Libraries and companion Guide to Independent Reading are for LLI teachers or classroom teachers seeking to support struggling students' independent reading, and to provide daily opportunities for students to read, on their own, books they have selected themselves. The first step in helping students choose books is to have a good collection at an appropriate range of reading levels that includes many books that will appeal to both genders and is so well organized that students can find books quickly. These libraries are an important investment in the independent reading opportunities for your students.

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