The CD-ROM Part 2: Organizing Resources...

Apr 9, 2015 by

This post is part of a collection of posts dedicated to supporting teachers who are in the beginning stages of implementing the Calkins Units of Study for Writing. Once you have explored the materials on the CD-ROM (see previous post for step-by-step directions), you might want to make a hard copy of the materials for your upcoming Unit of Study and place them in a small resource binder. I suggest making one binder for each of your four core units. To do this, click on the image of the unit of study. (If you are having trouble navigating to this page, see previous post). (click to enlarge image)   This will open up a list of the sessions with links to each resource. Click on each link to open PDF files of each resource. For...

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Fluency Resources

Sep 16, 2010 by

The Fluent Reader by Tim Rasinski, Scholastic, 2003. “A Focus on Fluency: How One Teacher Incorporated Fluency with Her Reading Curriculum” by Lorraine Griffith and Tim Rasinski, The Reading Teacher, 58, 126-137. “Speed Does Matter in Reading” by Tim Rasinski, The Reading Teacher, 54, 146-151. Increasing Your Students’ Reading Fluency: Strategies That Work Grades 1-3 BER Video Training Program www.ber.org         Share...

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Reading Resources

Jan 9, 2009 by

Reading Workshop Book Chat Project Ideas Research and Practical Ideas for Motivating Readers Read-Aloud Resources Comprehension Strategies Reciprocal Teaching Classroom Library Share...

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