From frustration to freedomJessica Crooker, Literacy Coach, North View Junior High—Brooklyn Park, MNJennifer McCarty Pluck...
ISD 196 Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan SchoolsISD 279 Osseo Area Schools
Leadership andStructureProfessionalDevelopmentInstructionalPracticesAssessmentand DataInterventionStrategies
Reading LabNorth View Junior HighGrades 7-8Academic Literacy 9Eastview High SchoolTier 2 (double dose)
Double-dose Reading Intervention3 strategically designedreading classrooms4 licensed reading teachers17 sections of Readin...
Time to Read and Write
Reading Volume =Reading EngagementReading Engagement =Academic Achievement
Home GrownApproach
Strategic Thinking
The Right Strategies includesgoal setting, ‘feed forward’, andself-reflection
“Because of Reading lab, I am now better atknowing what’s going on with the book.” - Amir“…I am now better at making conne...
Digital Reflections
Data Driven Instructionand Monitoring of Progress
The “SICK”/ “ICY”factor
CelebrationYou are InvitedAcademic Literacy 9Celebration of SuccessThursday, June 2nd7:00-8:30 PMEVHS MediaCenterRefreshme...
ResourcesBaiting the Reading Hook (article that furtherdescribes this intervention)AN UPDATED MODEL PLAN FORADOLESCENT REA...
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Celebration
From frustration to freedom
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From frustration to freedom

  1. 1. From frustration to freedomJessica Crooker, Literacy Coach, North View Junior High—Brooklyn Park, MNJennifer McCarty Plucker, Ed.D., K-12 Intervention Specialist—Rosemount-AV-Eagan Schools, MN
  2. 2. ISD 196 Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan SchoolsISD 279 Osseo Area Schools
  3. 3. Leadership andStructureProfessionalDevelopmentInstructionalPracticesAssessmentand DataInterventionStrategies
  4. 4. Reading LabNorth View Junior HighGrades 7-8Academic Literacy 9Eastview High SchoolTier 2 (double dose)
  5. 5. Double-dose Reading Intervention3 strategically designedreading classrooms4 licensed reading teachers17 sections of Reading Lab174 of our highest needstudents205 additional minutes ofreading instruction perweek per student500+ books in eachclassroom library
  6. 6. Time to Read and Write
  7. 7. Reading Volume =Reading EngagementReading Engagement =Academic Achievement
  8. 8. Home GrownApproach
  9. 9. Strategic Thinking
  10. 10. The Right Strategies includesgoal setting, ‘feed forward’, andself-reflection
  11. 11. “Because of Reading lab, I am now better atknowing what’s going on with the book.” - Amir“…I am now better at making connections andreading longer amounts of time. I am committedto actually reading.” -Nickko“My favorite part of Reading Lab is readingbecause we get to chill with pillows.” -Sergio
  12. 12. Digital Reflections
  13. 13. Data Driven Instructionand Monitoring of Progress
  14. 14. The “SICK”/ “ICY”factor
  15. 15. CelebrationYou are InvitedAcademic Literacy 9Celebration of SuccessThursday, June 2nd7:00-8:30 PMEVHS MediaCenterRefreshments followingBring your families!
  16. 16. ResourcesBaiting the Reading Hook (article that furtherdescribes this intervention)AN UPDATED MODEL PLAN FORADOLESCENT READINGINTERVENTION AND DEVELOPMENT(Resource from MN Dept. of Education and theSecondary Reading Interest Council)
  17. 17. Celebration
  18. 18. Celebration
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