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Title: Reading Strategies that Work for ALL Students


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Reading Strategies that Work for ALL Students
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Forest Park Elementary SchoolKannapolis City
Schools
Jill G. Roach, Principal
3
About Forest Park
Opened in 1998-1999 School-wide Title I
Program About 549 students 32
African-American 49 White 14 Hispanic

4
Awards
North Carolina School of Distinction
School of Exemplary Growth
NCASCD Lighthouse Award (Presented annually to
schools that have furthered achievement in
innovative and creative ways and have created a
positive and supportive school and community
climate)
5
Staff Development
Innovative Learning Group 1. Thinking Maps 2.
Write from the Beginning Literacy
Training
6
Literacy Training
  • 72 hour school-based training
  • Based on works of Marie Clay
  • Daily 11 tutorials by participants
  • Same strategies used in tutorials and classroom
    instruction
  • Initial training for 26 volunteers
  • Continuing training for new staff
  • All first graders below grade level are tutored

7
The Hand
When you come to a word that you do not know
Go back and reread
Look at the pictures
Get your mouth ready
Make a good guess.
Think about the story.
8
The Reading Process
What Do Good Readers Do?
9
Before You Read
10
As You Read
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After You Read
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Pacing
Kannapolis City Schools Literacy Pacing Guide
for Grades 3-5
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Types of Questions
Right ThereLiteral level comprehension
questions. The answer is right there in the
story. They should never, ever, ever, ever miss
a right there question.
14
Types of Questions
Think and Search Drawing conclusions and making
inferences. The answer is not stated in the
story. You have to put together different facts
to come up with the answer.
15
Types of Questions
On Your OwnThese are higher level questions.
They tend to be more open ended and should be
scored using a rubric.
16
Question Stems
  • These were developed using testlets and the item
    bank. These could be used by teachers to write
    their own EOG style questions.

17
Strategies
  • Linking test-taking strategies with habits of
    good readers
  • Strategies Card

18
Comprehension Skills Mini Lessons
  • 15-20 minutes
  • Use short passages with multiple-choice
    questions
  • Focus on one skill

19
Making the Connection
  • Link skills instruction with Guided Reading
    instruction
  • Reading Units
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