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LITERACY BY 3 FACILITATED BY THE T.H. ROGERS LITERACY LEADERSHIP TEAM
THE SIX COMPONENTS OF LITERACY BY 3 PHONICS/WORD WORK GUIDED READING INDEPENDENT READING READ ALOUDS WRITING DATA-DRIVEN INSTRUCTION
PHONICS/WORD WORK WHAT IS PHONICS/WORD WORK? Unlocks the “code” of letter-sound correlation Connects to spelling and fluency, making them easier and more automatic Categorizes words according to onset and rhyme (cat/hat; pen/pig) Recognizes beginning sounds
GUIDED READING WHY DO GUIDED READING & WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE? Why do it? Focus on students’ specific needs and accelerating progress Help students learn how to use independent reading strategies successfully so they can read for meaning An opportunity to get to know each student as a reader What does it look like? Homogenous, small groups using similar levels of text and similar strategies to support reading development Groups are data-informed and dynamic Targeted reading instruction focusing on one or two reading skills
INDEPENDENT READING WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE? The chance to “practice” the strategies they’ve learned through guided reading, shared reading, and read alouds Students’ choice with some structure to make sure reading level is appropriate. “At their reading level” means students should be able to read their selections with 98%-100% accuracy. Choose books that don’t need teacher support
READ-ALOUDS WHY DO IT? PROMOTES COMPREHENSION AND VOCABULARY MODELS FLUENCY SHOWS THE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN SPEECH AND PRINT INTRODUCES DIFFERENT GENRES AND WRITING STYLES INCREASES ATTENTION SPAN HELPS ELLs BECOME FAMILIAR WITH THE SOUNDS AND SHAPES OF ENGLISH.
WRITING WHAT MAKES WRITING IMPORTANT? WRITING IS PORTABLE AND PERMANENT. IT MAKES STUDENTS’ THINKING VISIBLE. WRITING FOSTERS STUDENTS’ ABILITY TO EXPLAIN A COMPLEX POSITION TO THEIR AUDIENCE. WRITING HELPS STUDENTS EXTEND A LINE OF THOUGHT BEYOND THEIR FIRST IMPRESSIONS OF GUT RESPONSES. WRITING EQUIPS STUDENTS WITH THE COMMUNICATION AND THINKING SKILLS NEEDED TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN ALL CONTENT AREAS. WRITING EQUIPS YOU WITH COMMUNICATION AND THINKING SKILLS.
DATA-DRIVEN INSTRUCTION WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A “DATA-DRIVEN CULTURE”? MAKE DATA A PART OF THE ONGOING CYCLE OF INSTRUCTION, PLANNING, AND IMPROVEMENT. STUDENT PORTFOLIO: TEACHER SELECTED OR STUDENT SELECTED WORK TEACHERS SHARE AND GIVE FEEDBACK ON STUDENTS’ WORK USE ASSESSMENTS SUCH AS THINK TROUGH MATH, ISTATION, STUDY ISLAND TO INFORM INSTRUCTION
HISD’S GOAL ADVANCED PERFORMANCE ON STAAR READING
HISD’S GOAL STUDENTS SCORING AT OR ABOVE THE 50 TH PERCENTILE IN READING ON THE DISTRICT’S NORM-REFERENCED ASSESSMENT 201420152016 All Students465258 Grade 1515763 Grade 2455157 Grade 3525864 Grade 4465258 Grade 5455163 Grade 6445758 Grade 7435057 Grade 8465360
CAMPUS LITERACY BY 3 TIMELINE June-August Implementation Milestones August Pre- Service Training Implementation Milestones First 30 Days of School Implementation Mid-Year Implementation Milestones End of Year Implementation Milestones
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