You will discover how to teach these parts of balanced literacy: Interactive Read Aloud, Shared Reading, Interactive Writing, Shared Writing, Word Study, Whole Class Conversations
Are you ready to learn the following?
Goal 1: Interactive Read Aloud - The difference between traditional read aloud & interactive read aloud - What a successful interactive read aloud looks like and sounds like - The types of texts that make for some FUN interactive read alouds - 5 ways to make a read aloud more interactive - How to intentionally model strategies from Reading or Writing Workshop into your read aloud
Goal 2: Shared Reading - What shared reading is and a 5 Day lesson plan example that you can follow and use right away in the classroom
Goal 3: Word Study - Ways to teach spelling besides the typical give a spelling list at the beginning of the week, memorize the spelling words during the week and take a spelling test on those words at the end of the week. You will learn that spelling is more than just "MEMORIZING WORDS." - Prompts that you can use to get your students to think deeper about the patterns in words that they see - 7 hands-on activities that you can use during word study time to help students identify patterns in words and apply these patterns to unknown words as they read or write
Goal 4: Shared Writing & Interactive Writing - What shared writing and interactive writing is - The difference between shared writing and interactive writing - Types of writing that can be created during shared writing and interactive writing
Goal 5: Whole Class Conversations - How to launch whole class conversations with the whole class - How to collect data during a whole class conversation - Materials, Language and Visuals to Support Students in Talking Long & Strong About a Topic
Goal 6: How to Model or Demonstrate What Successfully Talk or Independent Work Looks Like.