Presentation on theme: "School-Level Literacy Plans ERT Training - Session 2 October 23, 2007 (C) 2007 by the Oregon Reading First Center Center on Teaching and Learning."— Presentation transcript:
School-Level Literacy Plans ERT Training - Session 2 October 23, 2007 (C) 2007 by the Oregon Reading First Center Center on Teaching and Learning
Outline for Oregon’s K-3 Literacy Framework 1.A schoolwide priority on K-3 reading goals is established. 2.Reliable and valid reading assessments are used to inform instructional practices. 3.Reading instructional time is protected and sufficient for all students to meet reading goals. 4.Instructional programs and materials are based on research and linked to reading goals.
Outline for Oregon’s K-3 Literacy Framework 5. Differentiated instruction is an integral part of the schoolwide reading plan and is used to help all students meet reading goals. 6.Leadership prioritizes attainment of reading goals for all students. 7.High quality professional development must be linked to the school’s reading goals and program. 8.Schoolwide commitment to meeting reading goals.
A 3 X 6 Matrix Implementation of the Schoolwide Model District Support for Implementation of Schoolwide Model State-Level Initiatives to Support Districts/Schools in Implementation of the Schoolwide Model
Framework for School-Level Literacy Plans Part 1: Introduction Provides an overview of key components of literacy plan. Part 2: Details Provides details on how school will apply the key components identified in the Introduction.
Introduction The introduction states school’s commitment to reading instruction K-3 and the role of the schoolwide beginning reading model. Why is early reading instruction and achievement important to the school? What are the reading goals at the school? How will the components of the schoolwide reading model help meet the reading goals? How will the school use the literacy plan?
Details School Literacy Plan - Part 2 DRAFT Date: Literacy Plan Review Timeline: Component 1: Goals Primary Reading Goal: Formative Reading Goals: Kindergarten Phonemic AwarenessMiddle: End: PhonicsMiddle: End: First Grade: PhonicsBeginning: Middle: FluencyMiddle: End:
Details School Literacy Plan - Part 2 DRAFT Second Grade FluencyBeginning: Middle: End: Third Grade: FluencyBeginning: Middle: End: School-Level Goals for Overall Improvement: K: 1:
Timeline for Completion of School-Level Literacy Plans October, 2007 Introduction Goals Assessment February, 2007 Instruction (Time, Materials, Differentiation) Leadership April, 2007 Professional Development Commitment
Tasks to Accomplish Today: 1.In small groups, share your draft of the INTRODUCTION to your school-level literacy plan. (See questions on next slide.) 2.In small groups, discuss the details around setting GOALS at your building. 3.In small groups, discuss the details around ASSESSMENT at your building. 4.In large group, share out ideas about how buildings will set GOALS and manage ASSESSMENT.
Share Introductions Discuss the following items with your small group: Why is early reading instruction and achievement important to the school? What are the reading goals at the school? How will the components of the schoolwide reading model help meet the reading goals? How will the school use the literacy plan?
Remember, school-level literacy plans are a tool for sustainability. Don’t focus discussion on what you are doing this year with Reading First funding. Instead, focus these plans and the discussion on how you will do things in your building next year without funding.
Small Group Activity ASSESSMENT IdeaSchool* If school has a tool or example to share Title I teacher will act as resident expert on data. Adams Teachers will collect progress monitoring data for students in their instructional groups. Will PM a couple of students each day - stagger throughout the week. Garfield
No need to chart all of the details. Just list those ideas that you think may be helpful to other schools.
Tasks to Accomplish Today: TASKTIME 1. Share INTRODUCTION15 minutes 2. Discuss GOALS15 minutes 3. Discuss ASSESSMENT15 minutes 4. Large Group Sharing: GOALS and ASSESSMENT 25 minutes
Small Group Assignments - a.m. Group A1: Howard Madras Aloha Park Humboldt Group A2: Jackson Buff William Walker Woodlawn
Small Group Assignments - p.m. Group B1: Oak Grove Westside Tri City Hayesville Group B2: Jefferson Lincoln Alameda Washington