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Reading: Best Practices


Creating Passionate Readers and Writers
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A framework for understanding a balanced language arts program

Experience more fun in your classroom! Participants will be introduced to a balanced language arts program, Cambourne's Conditions of Learning, and appropriate assessments to guide instruction. Specific strategies and activities for shared, guided and independent reading and writing will be practiced including: response logs and journals, small group strategy instruction, reciprocal teaching, read aloud and modeled writing.


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Reading: Best Practices

Best Practices In Literacy: Using Current Research To Craft Classrooms That Accelerate Literacy Development
Using Best Practice in Strategies to Support Comprehension Instruction
The Essentials of Reading; Research Proven Instructional Practices for K-3 Classrooms
Creating Passionate Readers and Writers
Reader's Workshop From Start to Finish
Making Sure They Are Really Reading: Strategies For Success
A Tale of Two Genres: Fiction & Expository Texts, Structures & Features
What Can I Do to Make Reading “Come Alive” in My Classroom? (K-8)
What Can I Do With an Author Study? Or Two? Or Three? (K-8)
Shared Reading (K-6)