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Teacher Tip: How to Support English Learners in Book Clubs

English learners benefit greatly from discussion after reading. Here is how to provide support during book clubs.  (continue reading)
Mon, Jun 4, '18

Writing Opportunities Within Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™

Writing Opportunities Within Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™  (continue reading)
Fri, Mar 23, '18

Opportunities to Foster Thoughtful Talk

Students’ talk reflects their thinking. When students talk about what they are reading, they reveal their understandings and perspectives, communicate and refine their ideas, make meaning from texts, and make connections to their own experiences.  (continue reading)
Thu, Feb 15, '18

Teacher Tip: Organizing for Book Clubs

Book clubs can take place anywhere in your classroom where there is room for small groups of children to sit, either in a circle of chairs or in a circle on the floor, and discuss books together.  (continue reading)
Tue, Jan 9, '18

What is Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™?

What is Fountas & Pinnell Classroom™? When will it be out? How can I get my hands on it? The future of literacy education is finally here!  (continue reading)
Fri, Feb 10, '17

Put literature study into action: A Teacher Tip from Fountas and Pinnell on Selecting Texts for Literature Study

The key characteristics of effective literature study are selecting texts, forming groups, establishing routines, facilitating discussion and varying the organizational models.  (continue reading)
Tue, Jan 3, '17

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