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    • Inquiry as a Vehicle for Intervention: Leverage for our most struggling middle school readers Jen McCarty Plucker, Ed.D. ISD 196 Teaching and Learning Specialist PPT available at http://jmplucker.blogspot.com Gretchen Cary ISD 196 RtI/Literacy Lead Teacher (6th grade) and Rosemount Middle School Strategic Reading Teacher
    • Traditional Literacy Intervention A Focus on the Parts
    • A “New” Approach to Literacy Intervention
    • Comprehending Efficacy/Identity Vocabulary Fluency Phonics Phonemic Awareness Whole to Part to Whole
    • Whole to Part to Whole
    • Author/Illustrator Study
    • Ish by Peter Reynolds
    • Jen McCarty, Ed.D. How are we letting go and fostering student ownership and engagement?
    • Student Voice and Choice
    • Embracing Student Questions
    • Student as Knowledge Creator
    • Interaction and Talk
    • Real Purpose and Audience
    • Multiple Resources
    • Teacher as Model and Coach
    • Performance and Self-Assessments
    • Integration— Reading, writing, language/word study, and publishing (speaking/viewing/listening)
    • “Productive Struggle”
    • Continuum of Learning Standards/Benchmarks are Recursive— spiral forward growing in sophistication
    • Increase in informational text
    • Metatextuality—within, beyond, and about the text