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The Literacy Quick Guide: An Overview

Teachers and educators can use The Literacy Quick Guide not only as the initial building block toward a cohesive, literacy-based classroom, but also as an ongoing reference tool for explicit teaching.  (continue reading)
Thu, May 23, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 5/23/19

The primary purpose of assessment is to gather data to inform teaching. If assessment does not result in improved teaching then its value in school diminishes greatly.  (continue reading)
Thu, May 23, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 5/22/19

Language weaves a community together, and it is developed through communication and problem solving. A common language has two advantages: (1) it enables teachers to talk with each other in a meaningful way; and, (2) it communicates most clearly to students.  (continue reading)
Wed, May 22, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 5/20/19

Guided reading is not the entire literacy program; rather, it is a vital and necessary part of it. We discuss a design for literacy—one that can be built over time.  (continue reading)
Mon, May 20, '19

Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™ Pre-K–6 is HERE

Did you know that ALL of Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™ will be available this fall? Get started early by diving into the NEW Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™ Pre-K–6 video.  (continue reading)
Thu, May 16, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 5/16/19

A common curriculum means coherence across the grades and supports a common language for talking about teaching and learning.  (continue reading)
Thu, May 16, '19

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