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This guide provides staff developers and literacy coaches with suggestions for a series of development sessions based on The Fountas & Pinnell Prompting Guide Part 1 for Oral Reading and Early Writing.
The guide contains 7 modules which vary in length from one to two and a half hours. The modules may be used separately or combined into a series of study sessions or all-day seminars.
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.
This study guide for Literacy Beginnings: A Prekindergarten Handbook provides suggestions for a series of professional development sessions for instructors, staff developers, literacy coaches, and study groups based on Literacy Beginnings: A Prekindergarten Handbook. The book provides detailed information about instructional practices that educators can use to ensure literacy learning and the development of emerging readers and writers.
The study guide contains 15 modules which vary in length from one to three hours. The modules can be used flexibly and in any order.
In this guide, language is provided for teaching readers how to focus or expand their thinking through talk and writing before, during, and after reading. The prompts in this guide are designed to help you demonstrate, prompt for, and reinforce effective reading behaviors related to comprehension.
This study guide is directed at both classroom teachers and literacy intervention teachers. The modules explore ways to use the language in a variety of teaching settings during reading and writing workshops and small-group interventions. It is important for both classroom and intervention teachers to understand that the use of common language and expectations will benefit their struggling readers.
Teaching for Comprehending and Fluency: Thinking, Talking, and Writing About Reading, K – 8 is an excellent basis for a college or university course or professional development workshop. The book describes a process of continual change and expansion as students engage with texts and benefit from instruction that involves them in thinking, talking, and writing about reading.
Geared towards graduate students or practicing teachers, the guide includes tips for working with adult learners, a sample 11 week syllabus that identifies each week’s topics and reading and classroom assignments for the following week, and a variety resource materials.