Session 1
Mrs. Concepcion
http://www.readingsetgo.blogspot.com/
Education Academy
Reading … Set … Go
Biographical Sketch
• How did you learn to read?
• What home reading experiences do you recall?
• What kinds of reading ac...
What do we
WANT to
learn?
Carousel Brainstorming
Course General Objectives
To perceive and recognize:
Why reading is a national priority
How children learn to read and w...
 More than 8 million students in grades
4 – 12 are struggling readers (US DOE
2008).
 40% of high school students cannot...
Reading Holds the KEY
Research ….
 1997: Put together a National Reading
Panel to assess the status of research-
based knowledge used to teach ...
What happened next?
 No Child Left Behind (NCLB)
“to ensure that all children have a fair,
equal and significant opportun...
Individuals with Disabilities Act
(IDEA)
 8.8% of students ages 6-21 are served
by IDEA
 Use of scientifically based lit...
Investigative Activity
 Visit class blog: readingsetgo.blogspot.com
 Working in groups research the following
websites:
...
Two Column Notes
Main Idea List the Important Facts
Topic:
For the next class…
 Read Every Child Reading: An Action
Plan
 Reflect and Respond on the blog
 Due Tuesday October 26
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  • Welcome participants and introduce self.
  • Reflect on how you learned to read, the reading habits you have formed, home and school influences on your reading development, and the kinds of reading you do.
  • Participant Knowledge Survey Let participants know that this is not a test. The survey gives them an opportunity to think about what they already know about beginning reading instruction. Ask participants to take a few minutes to rate their knowledge about the information.
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    1. 1. Session 1 Mrs. Concepcion http://www.readingsetgo.blogspot.com/ Education Academy Reading … Set … Go
    2. 2. Biographical Sketch • How did you learn to read? • What home reading experiences do you recall? • What kinds of reading activities and practices were you involved in as an elementary school student? • Which ones do you recall fondly? • Which, if any do you recall with regret?
    3. 3. What do we WANT to learn? Carousel Brainstorming
    4. 4. Course General Objectives To perceive and recognize: Why reading is a national priority How children learn to read and why it is difficult for some students Components of quality instruction Symptoms and causes of reading disability
    5. 5.  More than 8 million students in grades 4 – 12 are struggling readers (US DOE 2008).  40% of high school students cannot read well enough to benefit from their textbooks (NAEP).  In 2004 – 2005 a significant number of 8th (27%) and 10th (36%) graders did not meet reading standards. What’s the Problem
    6. 6. Reading Holds the KEY
    7. 7. Research ….  1997: Put together a National Reading Panel to assess the status of research- based knowledge used to teach literacy  2001: ESEA (Elementary and Secondary Education Act) included the recommendations for preschool and primary Vacca & Vacca, 2006. 6th Ed. Reading and Learning to Read
    8. 8. What happened next?  No Child Left Behind (NCLB) “to ensure that all children have a fair, equal and significant opportunity to obtain a high quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging state academic achievement standards and state academic assessments.” • Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
    9. 9. Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA)  8.8% of students ages 6-21 are served by IDEA  Use of scientifically based literacy programs and early intervention  Inclusion programs  Collaboration is key!
    10. 10. Investigative Activity  Visit class blog: readingsetgo.blogspot.com  Working in groups research the following websites:  Elementary and Secondary Education Act  IDEA  National Reading Panel  No Child Left Behind  Reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act  Present findings to class
    11. 11. Two Column Notes Main Idea List the Important Facts Topic:
    12. 12. For the next class…  Read Every Child Reading: An Action Plan  Reflect and Respond on the blog  Due Tuesday October 26
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