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Reading: Best Practices

Creating an Exemplary Literacy Program K-6


In order to create an exemplary literacy design, we must first consider what is essential in our teaching and establish specific guidelines for working toward this goal. This session identifies how schools must establish "non negotiables" for best practice with specific examples at a classroom and schoolwide level. Mary will identify the most important components of literacy and explore the key aspects of a rich literacy instructional program.


Presented by: Mary Howard



Additional Best Practices Topics
Best Practices In Literacy: Using Current Research To Craft Classrooms That Accelerate Literacy Development
Using Best Practice in Strategies to Support Comprehension Instruction
The Essentials of Reading; Research Proven Instructional Practices for K-3 Classrooms
Creating Passionate Readers and Writers
Reader's Workshop From Start to Finish
Making Sure They Are Really Reading: Strategies For Success
A Tale of Two Genres: Fiction & Expository Texts, Structures & Features
What Can I Do to Make Reading "Come Alive" in My Classroom? (K-8)
What Can I Do With an Author Study? Or Two? Or Three? (K-8)
Shared Reading (K-6)
Reaching Higher in Grades 3-8: Reading to Learn while Learning to Read
Guided Reading Basics: Organizing, Implementing and Managing your Guided Reading Program K-2
What a Question! How QAR, Question Cubes and I Wonders Support Reading for Meaning Grades 1-3
The Reading Pyramid: Balancing Whole Class, Small Group and Individual Reading Instruction Grades 2-8
Creating an Exemplary Literacy Program K-6