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Literacy

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This unit is part of a series that teaches students about different types of literary awards given to different categories of Children’s Literature.  The main awards addressed throughout the year are the Caldecott, Newbery, and Coretta Scott King.

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This unit is a plan for kindergarten literacy centers, which begins to blend instruction.  It is designed to be used by teachers who have access to and a brginning familiarity with online student portfolios.

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A list of activities for teaching Reading Foundational skills in stations.

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Through literature, students will be able to identify story elements.

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Students will receive supplimental support for understanding and learning to locate the story elements Setting and Cahracters in grade level text. This resource is intended to provide additional guidance and guided practice in support of the core reading curriculum.

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Students will be able to access books that are at their current reading level using the website raz-kids.com.  The site can be used both at school and at home.  When on the site, the students will hear stories, record themselves reading, listen to their recording, and answer questions to help with comprehension.

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This unit was developed to provide some online experiences for 2nd graders to improve reading fluency and comprehension for the variety of reading abilities common in a lower elementary classroom.  With a minimal amount of instruction, students have the opportunity to access leveled reading texts, monitor their own reading, and have the ability to have appropriate leveled texts at hom

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This course is designed to help parents of beginning (emergent) readers help their children learn how to read and stay interested in reading at home with their family.

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