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Peace, Love, and First Grade: What I Learned from Reading Recovery-Series Introduction Daily 5, Reading, Coaching, Literacy Centres, Reading Recovery, Guided Reading Kindergarten, Reading Intervention, Reading Workshop, Teacher Help

Years ago, I mean YEARS ago... I had the opportunity to be trained as a Reading Recovery teacher. I have to tell you, it was the best literacy training I have ever received! Don't get me wrong, my alma mater has a wonderful reputation for preparing teachers! I slight them none. At the time, we Americans just weren't aware of the phenomenal literacy practices taking place in other lands, specifically New Zealand! The year I spent learning all the ends and outs of Reading Recovery was one of…

Michele Dawson
Welcome to My Reading Recovery Lesson Fluent writing practice Familiar rereads Take a running record Make and break Write a story Cut up sentence Introduce.> Reading, Reading Response, Reading Help, Reading Recovery, Reading Strategies, Reading Intervention, Reading Lessons, Reading Specialist, Reading Instruction

Aims of the session: To gain further understanding of ‘Every Child a Reader’ Reading Recovery and what it involves Impact of the intervention in our school Methods to use in school which will help children to problem solve in reading more effectively

Jenna Stanley
Getting Started in Reading Recovery: Part 1 How I set up my classroom space Resource Room, Amigurumi Patterns, Coaching, Reading Interventionist Classroom Setup, Reading Specialist Classroom, Reading Resource Room, Reading Intervention Classroom, Reading Interventionist, Reading Specialist Ideas

I’m about to start my fifth year as a Reading Recovery teacher. When I first started the week long assessment training Miss O was 6 weeks old. I was in a delirious haze of new motherhood an…

Elisabeth: Literacy and Lattes
Word Work, the Reading Recovery Way -- Pt. 5  #wordwork #ReadingRecovery #BarbEvans #itsabouttimeteachers Daily 5, Reading, Literacy Centres, Literacy Centers, Teaching Reading, Literacy Lessons, Literacy Intervention, Phonics Words, Teaching Tools

The time has come, teachers, to focus on how onsets work in words. To do this, present the letters for a set of known words, e.g. g o n o s o. Say, "I'm going to make 2 words you know." Assemble go and no. Ask the child to run her finger under those 2 words as she says them slowly, thereby reaffirming the need to check the sound sequence. Push the remaining 2 letters toward the center of your vertical plane white board, telling the child to make another word she knows. After she assembles…

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