Inquiry as a Vehicle for
Intervention: Leverage for
our most struggling middle
school readers
Jen McCarty Plucker, Ed.D.
I...
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
Inquiry as a vehicle for intervention MAASFEP
Inquiry as a vehicle for intervention MAASFEP
Inquiry as a vehicle for intervention MAASFEP
Inquiry as a vehicle for intervention MAASFEP
Inquiry as a vehicle for intervention MAASFEP
Inquiry as a vehicle for intervention MAASFEP
Inquiry as a vehicle for intervention MAASFEP
Inquiry as a vehicle for intervention MAASFEP
Inquiry as a vehicle for intervention MAASFEP
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  1. 1. 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
  2. 2. Traditional Literacy Intervention A Focus on the Parts
  3. 3. A “New” Approach to Literacy Intervention
  4. 4. Comprehending Efficacy/Identity Vocabulary Fluency Phonics Phonemic Awareness Whole to Part to Whole
  5. 5. Whole to Part to Whole
  6. 6. Author/Illustrator Study
  7. 7. Ish by Peter Reynolds
  8. 8. Jen McCarty, Ed.D. How are we letting go and fostering student ownership and engagement?
  9. 9. Student Voice and Choice
  10. 10. Embracing Student Questions
  11. 11. Student as Knowledge Creator
  12. 12. Interaction and Talk
  13. 13. Real Purpose and Audience
  14. 14. Multiple Resources
  15. 15. Teacher as Model and Coach
  16. 16. Performance and Self-Assessments
  17. 17. Integration— Reading, writing, language/word study, and publishing (speaking/viewing/listening)
  18. 18. “Productive Struggle”
  19. 19. Continuum of Learning Standards/Benchmarks are Recursive— spiral forward growing in sophistication
  20. 20. Increase in informational text
  21. 21. Metatextuality—within, beyond, and about the text

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