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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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Assessment of Letters in Reader's Notebooks from Teaching for Comprehending and Fluency by Fountas and Pinnell.
This rubric for assessing students' letters in their Reader's Notebooks was featured in the webinar: Tips for Grading and Reporting Progress within Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™.
Systems of Strategic Actions for Processing Written Texts: Observational Notes from Teaching for Comprehending and Fluency by Fountas and Pinnell
This chart for recording observational notes of students' demonstration of the Systems of Strategic Actions was featured in the webinar: Tips for Grading and Reporting Progress within Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™
The Instructional Level Expectations for Reading chart is a thinking tool: a way to think about text levels on the F&P Text Level Gradient™. Across the year, teachers look carefully at where a student is and work to provide the necessary level of support. As a teacher, you need to have a vision for your students’ progress, and we know that this vision can be accomplished more successfully if teachers work with each other. An example of approximate expectations for a year of progress by grade level is shown in this chart. Expectations can help you and your colleagues meet readers’ needs and support them so that they make optimum progress. This chart is intended to provide general guidelines for grade level goals which should be adjusted based on school/district requirements and professional teacher judgment.
Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™ (FPC) is a first-of-its-kind, cohesive system for high-quality, classroom-based literacy instruction centered on a powerful principle: what we teach, we value; and what we value, we teach. Turning a vision into action requires a carefully laid out plan. Use this printable Interactive Implementation Plan as you unpack, organize, and begin to implement FPC. The 3 steps in this interactive plan are designed to put you, your students, and your school on the path to literacy success.