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Nm read to lead 2013
Nm read to lead 2013
Nm read to lead 2013
Nm read to lead 2013
Nm read to lead 2013
Nm read to lead 2013
Nm read to lead 2013
Nm read to lead 2013
Nm read to lead 2013
Nm read to lead 2013
Nm read to lead 2013
Nm read to lead 2013
Nm read to lead 2013
Nm read to lead 2013
Nm read to lead 2013
Nm read to lead 2013
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  • 1. NM Read to Lead K-3 Grant Interventionist 25% Literacy Coach 20% Laura Shepardson
  • 2. Maximizing Student Learning Effective Reading Interventions Literacy Block Structure Instructional decisions based on data
  • 3. Literacy Coach  Professional Development  (WISHES)  Classroom Observations  Team Collaboration  Individual Teacher Support
  • 4. Interventionist  Support for at risk Students  Data Driven  Teacher Recommendation  Tentative SCHEDULE…  3 days wk / 23 wks  3 hrs day  45 min K-2 15 min Gr 3 (each classroom)
  • 5. Literacy Block & Structure  Four Blocks  Daily 5/CAFÉ Instruction Decisions Based on Data  Data Notebook  Progress Monitoring & Assessments Effective Reading Interventions  Read Well  Orton-Gillingham  Multisensory Strategies for Struggling Readers  Reading A-Z
  • 6. What is The Daily Five/Cafe? It is a structure that helps students develop daily habits of reading, writing, and working together fostering a lifetime of independent literacy
  • 7.  A note about Literacy Centers Daily Five Students choose between five choices for reading Read to Self Work on Writing Listen to Reading Read to Someone Word Work
  • 8. Read to Self
  • 9. Work on Writing
  • 10. Listen to Reading
  • 11. Read to Someone
  • 12. Word Work
  • 13. The Daily Five Choices stay the same all year and are taught and practiced until students are independent For each choice you start by creating an I- chart and building stamina
  • 14. Youtube video
  • 15. CAFÉ Literacy Menu  100% skills based  Mini lessons teach the strategies and then students use to become better readers  CAFÉ teaches students to set reading goals, monitor their own learning, and become more strategic readers  These strategies also become the student reading goals  Teacher’s have documentation for each individual student in their conferring notebook
  • 16. Four Blocks & Café/Daily 5  1. Self Selected Reading (CAFÉ mini lessons) – 5-10 min  Four Blocks Model - 20 min 2. Writing Block (Writing Workshop mini lessons) – 5-10 min  Four Blocks Model (Writers Workshop)– 20 min  3. Guided Reading (Four Blocks lessons)– 30 min  Four Blocks - Shared reading, choral read, partner read, literature circles, book clubs, reader's theater, etc  4. Word Block (Four Blocks word work mini lessons) – 10 min  Daily 5 choices #1 (read to self, writing, work on words, listen to reading, read to someone – 20 min  Daily 5 choices #2 optional interventions– RTI - (focus group lessons)– 20 min
  • 17. Maximize Student Learning • Effective Literacy Block Structure • Systematic use of Student Data • Use appropriate Interventions • Actively engage students • Develop student Independence
  • 18. Thank You Laura Shepardson tinklaura@gmail.com 505.860.1023

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