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Great Schools

See how kindergartners draw and write a simple topic sentence and supporting detail to show their understanding of a topic.

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Great Schools

This video by Great Schools details writing expectations for middle schoolers. Get a glimpse into kids' writing that includes a thesis, details supported by facts, and an analysis, making a clear point.

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Great Schools

See how second graders write a simple essay with a title, introductory sentence, supporting examples, and a concluding sentence. Also, learn what to expect in kids' spelling and punctuation.

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Great Schools

See how kids write an essay with a simple thesis statement, supporting examples, and a brief conclusion. Also, learn what to expect in their spelling and punctuation.

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Doing What Works

Dr. Nell Duke, who served on the IES Panel that developed the Practice Guide on Improving Reading Comprehension in Kindergarten Through 3rd Grade, discusses the recommendation to teach students how to use reading comprehension strategies.

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Bookshare

Learn more about this accessible online library for people with print disabilities.

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National Center on Student Progress Monitoring

This brief provides an overview of Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM). It explains how CBM, which provides current, week-by-week information on the progress children are making, can be helpful to parents.

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the National Research Center on Learning Disabilities

Read a brief that provides an overview of Response to Intervention (RTI) and its primary components.

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National Center on Response to Intervention

In this video, Daryl Mellard answers the question: What role do parents play in the RtI process, including when do they become involved, are they on the decision making team, and where can they learn more about RtI?

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Reading Rockets

Wondering when to call your child's teacher? Read about situations where parent contact is appropriate and even encouraged.

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