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Title: Opportunities to Respond Opportunities to Respond: The Literacy Rich Environment Nancy B. Hertzog The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Presentation to the Illini Reading Council, February 6, 2001


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Opportunities to RespondOpportunities to
Respond The Literacy Rich Environment Nancy
B. HertzogThe University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign Presentation to the
Illini Reading Council, February 6, 2001
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What is Literacy?
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Listening
  • Speaking

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Best Practices
  • Writing
  • Ownership - choice
  • Authentic - purposeful
  • Focus on growth - self-evaluation
  • Focus on expression
  • Writing as a process
  • Reading
  • Choice of reading materials
  • Independent reading
  • Many genres of literature
  • Emphasis on comprehension
  • Writing before and after reading

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Daily Sign-In Question
Do you want to study the squirrels on the
playground? Do the clouds seem high or low? When
we put the clay ball in the water, will the water
level go up, down, or stay the same?
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Daily Questions
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Interviewing an Expert
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Self-Evaluation
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Shared Experience
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Drawing and Labeling
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Planning
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Journal Writing
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Print Experiences and Environments(Duke, 2000)
  • Amount of Print
  • Books, magazines
  • Classroom walls and other surfaces
  • Amount of time in which print was involved in
    classroom activities
  • Type of Print Experienced
  • Reading and writing extended text, not just
    letter, word, phrase, or single sentence form
  • Nature of Print Experience Student Agency With
    Print
  • Students becoming readers and writers, users of
    print

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A Newspaper Article About Water Experiments
We have been doing lots of experiments about
water (melting snow, freezing, and crystalizing).
Me, Joe, and Konlin have crystalized water,
sugar, salt, and pepper. We have been
crystalizing water and sugar and water and
salt into crystals. By Michael
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Categorizing Ideas
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Story Comparisons
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Displays Opportunities for Reflection
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Explaining Our Work
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Using the Internet
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Preparing Our Presentation
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Buddy Reading
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Increasing Vocabulary Definitions from 3/4 year
olds
acorn a round seed that squirrels like to
eat bark "the skin of the tree," it's hard
and it's bumpy blossom a flower that's
opening up in the forest in the spring branch
a brown part of a tree that holds the leaves
and the flowers. forest a dark place with
really tall trees, a lot of animals, and
sometimes there's bats nest a place for birds
and eggs sap it's a liquid, it's on pine
cones trunk wood that makes sugar for the
tree to eat and sucks out water for the tree
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Poetry
The Snow
The snow is like glittering crystals shining in
the light. The trees are like cones filed with
glitter, and the grass is like shining gold. The
winter is filled with wonderful things. It is
filled with light and crystals and glitter and
the fence is beautiful. Sheri 3/4/98
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The Winter
The winter is like a blanket and the snow is
like a bowl of crystals and the grass is like a
bowl of gold and the trees are sparkling pieces
of the sun and the ground looks like pretty
glitter, pretty glitter. Erin 3/4/98
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Water Song
Written collectively by K-1 Class and performed
for parents and friends on Share Day. (to the
tune of Row, Row, Row your Boat, More or
less) (Atoms!) Water has 2 hydrogen and one
oxygen. Put them altogether and They make a
molecule. If you dont have water, You could not
survive. Water is important. Lets say that
again. If you dont have water, You could not
survive. Water is important. We wont say that
again. Water can be hot. Water can be
cold. Water can be ice or steam or you can watch
it slow.
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Opportunities to Respond
Definitions Vocabulary StoriesSongs
QuestionsPoetryInterviews
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More Opportunities to Respond
SurveysNews ArticlesWriting
ExperimentsWriting Letters
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Reading the Wall!
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Reading for Enjoyment
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