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6 Things the Reading Specialist Wants Teachers to Know

This one might be a little biased because I am a reading specialist, but I am trying to make a case for reading, reading, and reading. It's from the heart.

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Diagnostic and formative. What steps students should progress through. They aren't necessarily linear.

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Looking to get a better handle on GUIDED READING? Look no further! This blog post will give you some great ideas to help you get your Guided Reading Instruction STREAMLINED! Check it out!

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Tales of a Reading Specialist: The Levels are Changing! The Levels are Changing! This is the new graphic 2012

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Phonological Awareness Interventions for Struggling Readers

Many struggling readers also have poor phonological awareness. Read this post for intervention ideas AND get all of the intervention materials for free!

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{freebie} If you are a reading coach, literacy coach, reading specialist, or in any type of position of reading leadership position in an elementary or middle school this resource is for you! Included is my top 10 list of advice that is critical for successfully building trusting relationships with teachers. Also included are: * Pre-conference discussion form * Observation notes * Post-conference discussion form * Teaching plan sheets for accountability and goal-setting

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Some of My Students Still Aren't Getting it!

*Notice that throughout the continuum of teaching reading, many skills are taught in tandem. But notice that all skills have a sequential place in the continuum. Many times when students are struggling, the first thing to do is to return to the beginning of the time-line and make sure that beginning skills have been mastered. Like building a house, if the foundation is not solid, the bricks will not stay on the house.

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Nonfiction Text Structures & Features Cumulative Assignment

Teaching With a Mountain View: Nonfiction Text Structures & Features Activity

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This is a handy chart to easily convert DRA, Guided Reading & AR Levels with Grade Level Equivalencies as well as reading development stages. ***the color coding is a system I used to label my books in first grade and found it especially handy when I was a reading specialist.

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