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Guided Reading: Ask These 6 Questions Daily to Get Better Results

There is so much to know to make Guided Reading really work. It can be overwhelming to both Guided Reading beginners and veterans. The questions...
Zany, Brainy Strategies for Emergent Guided Reading (Gr. K-2)

On-Demand. Watch Anytime! Presented by Maria Banks Watch Join Maria as she shares recent research showing how our brains learn to read best. Learn about before, during,...
Reading by Grade 3

An alarming number of children—about 67% nationwide—are not able to read by grade three. Of those children, 80% are from low-income families and children...
Reading by Grade 3: More Important than Ever! (Gr. K-3)

On-Demand. Watch Anytime! Presented by Susan Sturock Watch With more and more states requiring it, the importance of reading by grade three is being felt more than...
6 Ways to Deliver the Best Literacy Instruction

Despite good intentions, educators sometimes take a passive stance toward developing literacy skills, often noting lack of resources and time. However, children need to...
Developing Literacy Skills across the Content Areas

Close Reading with Teenagers The ability to read complex text independently and across all content areas is critical to the development of literacy skills...
A Close Look at Close Reading in a Diverse Classroom

Close reading, the practice of reading to uncover layers of meaning that lead to deep comprehension, is now a requirement of the new standards....
Alphabetic Principles as Easy as ABC (PreK-K)

On-Demand. Watch Anytime! Presented by Donna Whyte Watch Giving your pre-Ks a solid foundation in the alphabet is the first step to literacy success. Join Donna for...
Improving Comprehension with QAR

Questioning is a key ingredient in the teaching and learning process. It has been cited as not only the most common, but also the...
Making Sight Words Stick

One of the earliest steps in becoming a fluent reader is learning sight words, the words students typically recognize within seconds and can read...

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