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Reading Partners

This infographic provides strategies for families to use before, during, and after reading with children.

Topic: Comprehension

Doing What Works

Faith Giddens, curriculum planner and testing coordinator, describes how secondary school staff collaborates to design interventions based on assessment results, team reviews of student work, and data-driven success plans. View the sample material, Planning for Student Success.

Topic: Interventions, Professional Development, Screening

National Institute for Literacy

This booklet shares family common goals about literacy for their children along with actions to take that match the goals.

Topic: Beginning Reading

University of Oregon's Center on Teaching and Learning

This webpage gives an overview of the Five Big Ideas in Beginning Reading.

Topic: Beginning Reading

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Use this Screening passport to learn about the importance of developmental Screening and monitoring, and track and monitor developmental milestones with your doctor.

Topic: Identification

Reading Rockets

Read descriptions of specific activities that involve blending and segmenting sounds; includes activities for whole-class, small-group, and individual instructional contexts.

Topic: Phonemic Awareness

The Center on Instruction

This document provides research-based guidance on academic literacy instruction in the content areas. It is intended for use by literacy specialists and other technical assistance providers in their work with states to improve educational policy and practice in adolescent literacy.

Topic: Comprehension, Vocabulary

Doing What Works

Watch how a third-grade teacher uses partner sharing to help her students discuss questions about what they are reading. She supports her students' talk by laying the groundwork for effective collaboration and providing supportive structures. For more details, view her lesson plan, Third-Grade Buddy Talk Lesson.

Topic: Comprehension

Doing What Works

Listen to high school English teacher Jim Burke describe the importance of providing opportunities for adolescents to discuss text. He explains how he establishes a supportive environment for discussions and describes note-taking organizers he uses to help students prepare for text discussions.

Topic: Comprehension

National Center on Intensive Interventions

This lesson on building automaticity with letter sounds may be used to supplement reading instruction to meet student needs.

Topic: Fluency with Text

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