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    • What is it? Balanced Literacy
    • Balanced Literacy
      • A comprehensive, differentiated approach to reading and writing instruction.
      • A framework designed to help all students learn to read and write effectively, releasing responsibility
      • More efficient use of time
      • Program has 3 components
      • READING , WRITING & LANGUAGE/WORD STUDY
      • Reading
      • Read Aloud
      • Shared Reading
      • Guided Reading
      • Literacy Centers
      • Writing
      • Modeled Writing
      • Shared Writing
      • Interactive Writing
      • Guided Writing
      • Independent Writing
      Language/Word Study Handwriting Phonemic Awareness Spelling Instruction Phonics Instruction Vocabulary Instruction Primary Classroom
    • Intermediate Classroom
      • Reading
      • Independent Reading
      • Guided Reading
      • Literature Circles
      • Writing
      • Modeled Writing
      • Shared Writing
      • Independent Writing
      • Guided Writing
      • Investigations
      Language/ Word Study Spelling Instruction Current Events Vocabulary Instruction Handwriting Read Aloud Shared Reading & Writing
    • Teacher reads selections aloud to students Read Aloud
    • Shared Reading Teacher & students read text together Primary
    • Guided Reading Teacher works with small, flexible groups of children who have similar reading strengths & needs.
    • Students gather together to discuss a piece of literature in depth Literature Circles Intermediate
    • Independent Reading Students read appropriate self-selected books independently
    • Students are taught rules, expectations and tasks for participation in each center. Literacy Centers
    • Reading Primary Intermediate Read Aloud  Shared Reading  Guided Reading   Independent Reading   Literature Circles 
    • Modeled Writing Teacher demonstrates a writing strategy, skill or convention of written language
    • Shared Writing Teacher & students collaborate to write text; teacher acts as a scribe
    • Interactive Writing Teacher & students compose text together sharing the pen. Primary
    • Guided Writing Teacher works with a group of students with similar strengths & needs
    • Independent Writing Students write independently
    • Teacher provides guidelines, a structure & a timeline for projects while students research a topic . Investigative Writing Intermediate
    • Writing Primary Intermediate Shared Writing  Independent Writing   Guided Writing   Interactive Writing  Investigative Writing 
    • Teacher provides instruction on developing word knowledge. Language/Word Study
    • Components of Language/Word Study
      • Phonemic Awareness
      • Phonics Instructions
      • Vocabulary Instruction
      • Spelling Instruction
      • Handwriting
      Primary
    • Components of Language/Word Study
      • Interactive Edit
      • Vocabulary
      • Handwriting
      • Test Reading/Writing
      • Current Events
      • Modeled or Shared Reading/Writing
      • Readers’ Theater
      • Choral Reading
      • Poetry Share
      • Word Study
      • Interactive Read Aloud
      Intermediate
    • Most Memorable Book
      • Does the book delight me?
      • Do the words captivate me?
      • Does the tale horrify me, make me feel dread, make me laugh?
      • Does the story resonate?
      • Do I want to share it?
      • Do I walk away with something in my head, welded to me heart?
      • Did it make me a wiser person?
    •