reading, literacy

FREE Reading, Spelling, Vocabulary, and Grammar AssessmentsPennington Publishing Blog
accurate and teachable reading assessments and corresponding recording matrices to help teachers determine what students know and what they do not know. All but one assessment (fluency) are whole c…
#AtHomeWithFCRR – YouTube
Download this activity at: https://fcrr.org/sites/g/files/upcbnu…View all of FCRR’s Student Center Activities at: https://fcrr.org/student-center-activ…Share your videos online using…
Best of Both Worlds podcast: Fall reading and childhood literacy with Dr. Lakeisha Johnson – Laura Vanderkam
We often think of summer reading, but autumn has its own great book vibe. It’s a good time for cozy (or maybe creepy!) titles, for kids and adults alike.In this episode, Sarah and I share our rec…
Rethinking Phonological Awareness Instruction: Focusing on What Matters – edWeb
The importance of phoneme awareness for acquiring the alphabetic principle and for learning to read has been documented since the 1970s, gaining broad recognition when the National Reading Panel Re…
5 Must-Haves for Foundational Skills Instruction | Learning A-Z
Explicit instruction means telling students exactly what they need to know. Though there are clear benefits to exploratory learning (as in science experiments), it’s not the most optimal type of…
How a flawed idea is teaching millions of kids to be poor readers | At a Loss for Words | APM Reports
For decades, schools have taught children the strategies of struggling readers, using a theory about reading that cognitive scientists have repeatedly debunked. And many teachers and parents don&#3…
Why aren’t kids being taught to read? | Hard Words | APM Reports
Scientific research has shown how children learn to read and how they should be taught. But many educators don’t know the science and, in some cases, actively resist it. As a result, mill…
The Animated Reading Rope – AIM Pathways
our understanding of why some students succeed and some struggle and provides necessary direction for effective instruction. When we created lessons for the Pathways to Proficient Reading course in…
ScarbReadingRope | Arizona Department of Education
interconnectedness (and interdependency) between decoding and language comprehension in order to establish proficient reading. These well-validated theoretical models inform educators what to test…
The Reading Team of WNY – Where to Begin
comprehensive resource for learning about the Science of Reading – books, videos, online groups
The Reading Team of WNY – Administrator’s Page
books, videos, podcasts – learn about the Science of Reading. With these resources aimed specifically towards school leadership, we hope to supply you with the “what,” “why,” a…
Is My Child’s School Getting Reading Right? What to ask. What to look for.
identified five key components of effective reading instruction. Much has been learned in the two decades since the National Reading Panel report, but “the big five” can still provide a framewo…
Part 2: Complicating the Simple View of Reading
Skilled Reading: fluent execution and coordination of word recognition and text comprehension. When a student struggles with reading, Scarborough’s Rope allows us to ask which strand(s) need stre…
Scarborough’s Reading Rope: A Groundbreaking Infographic – International Dyslexia Association
The Reading Rope consists of lower and upper strands. The word-recognition strands (phonological awareness, decoding, and sight recognition of familiar words) work together as the reader becomes ac…
Hennessey – Unraveling the Reading Rope: The Multifaceted Nature of Skilled Reading – YouTube
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The Reading Rope | Heggerty
complexities involved in learning to read. skilled reading as resembling the “strands” of a rope, illustrate the interconnectedness and interdependence of all the components.The Reading Rope is…

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