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1 Elementary ELA Edith Bacon Kathy Kelly DeeJay Kingery Cindy LaRiccia

2 Reading First ELA Support System Cindy LaRiccia—ELA Instructional Coach Specific Guidelines required by DOE Within Building Support Literacy/Reading First Coach Reading Specialists Content Chair Team Leader Building Administrator

3 ELA Support System Cindy LaRiccia--ELA Instructional Coach Kathy Kelly--ELA Instructional Coach DeeJay Kingery--ELA Instructional Coach Edith Bacon--Kindergarten Instructional Coach TBD--ELA Instructional Coach Within Building Support Literacy Coach Reading Specialist Content Chair Team Leader Building Administrator

4 Online Support Literacy Links ( Internet) urces/ElemResources.htm urces/ElemResources.htm Pacing Guides District Curriculum Calendar RtI Resources Grade Level Resources Spelling & Phonics Inventories Sample Lesson Plans & Schedules 5 Strand Specific Resources Variety of ELA Web Links

5 Online Support Literacy Links ( Intranet) http://intranet/LiteracyLinks/Assessments-GrK-5.htm Common Reading Assessments Writing Prompts

6 The 90 Minute Block Whole Group Instruction Phonemic Awareness (K-1) Phonics/Word Structure (K-5--see pacing guide for grade specific activities) Vocabulary (selection & Explicit Tier 2—see pacing guide for listed words) What are Tier 2 words? Tier 1 radio…could I show you a picture and you would know the word? Tier 2 fortunate…should be taught explicitly because these words have a powerful impact on expanding student vocabulary Tier 3 magma…important to understanding one text, but not words they will encounter frequently in other texts

7 The 90 Minute Block Whole Group Instruction con’t Comprehension Skills & Strategies (See Pacing Guide) with Houghton Mifflin anthology story Fluency Practice Daily during whole group grades 1-mid year grade 3 for 6-10 minutes. After mid year of grade 3, fluency instruction should be provided only in daily small group instruction for those who do not read fluently at their grade level. Fluency activities are provided on Literacy Links. Fluency activities Daily Read Aloud

8 The 90 Minute Block Targeted Instruction Based specifically on student needs Based on information gathered from DIBELS, MAP, Spelling Inventory, etc Students should be grouped according to similar areas of need Each literacy coach has a binder of targeted instruction materials for teachers to use during this time See your literacy coach, content chair, building administrator, and/or team leader for appropriate materials to use during this targeted instruction time

9 Intervention Block Occurs outside of the 90 Minute Block 30 Minutes in length Skills addressed during this time should be consistent with the ones focused on in the targeted instruction portion of the 90 minute block See RtI Guidelines for mandatory minutes and progress monitoring requirements


11 Writing Occurs outside the 90 Minute Block 45 Minutes in length 6 + 1 Traits Ideas- The ideas are the heart of the message, the content of the piece, the main theme, together with the details that enrich and develop that theme. Organization-Organization is the internal structure of a piece of writing, the thread of central meaning, the logical and sometimes intriguing pattern of the ideas. Voice-The voice is the heart and soul, the magic, the wit, along with the feelings and conviction of the individual writer coming out through his or her words. Word Choice-Word choice is the use of rich, colorful, precise language that moves and enlightens the reader. Sentence Fluency-Sentence fluency is the rhythm and flow of the language, the sound of the word and patterns, and the way in which the writing plays to the ear - not just to the eye. Conventions-Conventions are the mechanical correctness of the piece - spelling, grammar, and usage, paragraphing, use of capitals, and punctuation. Presentation-Presentation zeros in on the form and layout of the text and its readability; the piece should be pleasing to the eye. Writing Curriculum Binders available in your building—see your content chair, instructional coach, or building administrator DSTP Stand Alone Writing Samplers

12 Welcome to CSD Questions???? Contact Information for ELA Cindy LaRiccia DeeJay Kingery Kathy Kelly Edith Bacon Contact Information for RtI/Inclusion Becky Ryan Brenda Harrell

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