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On the Fountas & Pinnell Literacy™ Blog, Irene Fountas, Gay Su Pinnell, and their team explore critical literacy topics. Read and reflect on posts about classroom instruction, intervention, assessment, and more.

Daily Learning Tip 7-22-21

Classroom libraries should resemble a library or a bookstore where books are categorized by author, by topic, by genre, anything that would interest readers.  (continue reading)
Thu, Jul 22, '21

Daily Learning Tip 7-21-21

The gradient of text and the book levels are a tool that assist the teacher in basically one task. That is to select books carefully that will offer a challenge and opportunity to learn as they work with students in guided reading instruction.  (continue reading)
Wed, Jul 21, '21

Daily Learning Tip 7-20-21

A noticing teacher is someone who is a very sharp observer of the nuances of what the reader's behavior is telling you, and the writer as well.  (continue reading)
Tue, Jul 20, '21

Daily Learning Tip 7-19-21

Responsive teaching brings the teaching to the child. It's not about fitting the children into a preconceived slot or sequence, but finding out what that student is interested in, what motivates them, what their hopes and desires are.  (continue reading)
Mon, Jul 19, '21

Daily Learning Tip 7-16-21

Common teacher language creates a thread of coherence for students' literacy learning. Use language to emphasize the importance of reinforcing newly emerging literacy behaviors.  (continue reading)
Fri, Jul 16, '21

Daily Learning Tip 7-15-21

Materials themselves will help teachers grow professionally, but alongside that teachers need good professional development. Professional development makes the work come alive.  (continue reading)
Thu, Jul 15, '21

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