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Introduction to Balanced Literacy:

Brown School Parent Workshop: Focus on K-3
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Lija Yang

on 17 September 2013

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Transcript of Introduction to Balanced Literacy:

Brown School Parent Workshop: Focus on K-6
Reader's Workshop
Word Study
Writer's Workshop
Interactive Writing
Mentor Texts
Writing Process
Interactive Read-aloud
Shared Reading
Independent Reading
in Just Right books
Phonics
Vocabulary
Words, Words and more words
Introduction to Balanced Literacy:
45-60 min.
15-30 min.
45-60 min.
Focus lesson:
explicit instruction & teacher modeling.
Students:
Read Independently in Just Right books
or write about reading in RRJ.
Teacher:
confers 1:1 or works with sm. group.
Group Share/Wrap-Up:
compliments, exemplars, restating.
Focus lesson:
explicit instruction & teacher modeling.
Students:
Write Independently in booklets, writers notebooks or revise a piece of writing.
peer edit each others work
Teacher:
confers 1:1 or works with sm. group.
Group Share/Wrap-Up:
compliments, exemplars, restating.
Classroom Libraries
Anchor Charts
The Reading Life
Students Working
Let's read and try to monitor our reading process.
Turn and Talk: EEKK (eye to eye and knee to knee)
What do proficient readers do?
Questions?
What is it?
Read-aloud
parts of speech, word derivations, syllables and affixes
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