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National Center on Intensive Interventions

This lesson on base words and prefixes may be used to supplement reading instruction to meet student needs.

Topic: Vocabulary

National Center on Intensive Interventions

This vocabulary lesson may be used to supplement reading instruction to meet student needs.

Topic: Vocabulary

Doing What Works

Consider using this planner as a resource to help teachers plan how they will highlight and explicitly teach vocabulary words they have selected from a story.

Topic: Vocabulary, Beginning Reading

Washington Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction

This page includes Washington's resources related to dyslexia.

Topic: Dyslexia

Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

Washington's plan provides information on integrating literacy instruction with the statewide standards and the state-of-the-knowledge about literacy development. It offers ideas and links to resources to help teachers, parents and caregivers play an active role in promoting literacy.

Topic: Advocacy, Professional Development

Doing What Works

Listen to a literacy coach discuss why it's important to teach text structure beginning in kindergarten. She describes the differences between narrative and expository text structure and gives examples of teaching tools.

Topic: Comprehension

Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability and Reform

A webinar on making evidence-based decisions about instruction and interventions within a framework of a multi-tiered system of support. This webinar was a collaborative effort between the American Institutes for Research, the National Center for Systemic Improvement and the CEEDAR Center.

Topic: Evidence-based, Interventions

Reading is Fundamental

This Reading is Fundamental resource includes tips and strategies for helping older toddlers and preschoolers develop language skills and become equal and active partners in conversations.

Topic: Language Development

Great Schools

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

Topic: Writing

Great Schools

See how first graders draw and write simple sentences using supporting details to show their understanding of a topic

Topic: Writing

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