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Ed 432 presentation 1 (ppt + hyperlink) 1
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Ed 432 presentation 1 (ppt + hyperlink) 1
Ed 432 presentation 1 (ppt + hyperlink) 1
Ed 432 presentation 1 (ppt + hyperlink) 1
Ed 432 presentation 1 (ppt + hyperlink) 1
Ed 432 presentation 1 (ppt + hyperlink) 1
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  • 1. Principle #6: Effective teachers organize for literacy instruction Catherine Martell, Shannon Hood & Kamila Al Marhubi
  • 2. Overview
    • Introduction
    • Popular reading programs
      • Basal reading programs, literature focus units, literature circles, reading and writing workshop
    • Wrap up
  • 3. Intro
    • Organization is the key to success
    • Combination of approaches
    • Building on personal literacy
    • Classroom organization
  • 4. Literature Focus Units
    • District or state approved award winning, high quality picture-book stories & novels
    • Everyone reads the same books and responds together as a class
    • Teachers sometime read aloud if book is too difficult for some children
    • Children create projects to extend understanding
    • Teachers support learning through explicit instruction and reading & writing activities
    • Teachers choose the books so children may not be interested
  • 5. Literature Circles
    • Small groups of children read and respond to stories or books
    • Teacher selects 5 or 6 related books and collects multiple copies
    • Teacher gives a ‘book talk’ to introduce the book
    • Children choose their own book and work independently
    • Children learn to respond to books and develop responsibility for completing assignment
    • Some children may choose books that are too easy or too difficult
  • 6. Basal Reading Programs
    • Commercially produce reading programs
    • Textbooks, workbooks and instructional teacher’s editions
    • Less work for teacher - good or bad?
    • But can it teach children to love reading and writing?
    Image from www.wikipedia.org
  • 7. Reading and Writing Workshop
    • authentic reading and writing
    • freedom of choice about what to read and write
    • conference with teachers
    • mini-lessons: strategies and skills, reading aloud
    • independence and responsibility
    • reading and writing at different levels
    Images from www.google.com/images
  • 8. The Very Messy Classroom http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xW_Kyrc9ztU http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xW_Kyrc9ztU
  • 9. Discussion questions
    • What is wrong with this scenario?
    • What could the teacher do differently to be more organised?
  • 10. Thanks! And remember, organization is an ongoing process that presents a challenge for all teachers

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