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FAQ Friday: How Do I Get a Book's Fountas & Pinnell Level?

Q: How do I get a book's Fountas & Pinnell level?  (continue reading)
Thu, Apr 18, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 3/21/19

When communicating to parents, use clear indicators of a student’s processing abilities such as understanding, word-solving abilities, accuracy or fluency.  (continue reading)
Thu, Mar 21, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 3/20/19

Let parents know that when selecting books for enjoyment, students should choose books based on interest, not level.  (continue reading)
Wed, Mar 20, '19

Daily Lit Bit - 3/18/19

Rather than reporting levels to parents, use language like: reading at, reading above, or not yet reading at grade-level expectations.  (continue reading)
Mon, Mar 18, '19

5 Ways to Communicate Student Progress to Parents and Support Reading at Home

Levels have a critical role in the hands of teachers who understand their complexity and use them to make good decisions in instruction. But levels are complicated!  (continue reading)
Wed, Oct 3, '18

A Note About Reading Levels

We believe, and have always believed, that reading levels are a valuable tool for teachers, and should not be used as a label for the children we teach, but rather should be used to make good decisions in instruction.  (continue reading)
Tue, Sep 25, '18

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