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Balanced Literacy Works Best for Common Core

08/07/2014

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by Mark Federman is the principal of East Side Community School, a public school in New York City for sixth- through 12th-graders. He leads workshops throughout the country on balanced literacy and transitioning to the Common Core. UPDATED JULY 3, 2014, 1:37 PM We must end the absurd notion that balanced literacy is somehow at odds with the […]

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Balanced Literacy Is One Effective Approach

08/07/2014

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  by  Lucy Calkins, an early advocate of balanced literacy, is the founding director of the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project and the Robinson Professor in Children’s Literature at Teachers College, where she co-directs the literacy specialist program. UPDATED JULY 2, 2014, 6:51 PM Saying there has been a “shift back to balanced literacy” implies […]

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Rio terá quatro escolas públicas bilíngues até 2014

18/09/2013

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TERRA – 10 de Junho de 2013 A rede estadual do Rio de Janeiro terá quatro escolas bilíngues até fevereiro do ano que vem. Segundo a Secretaria Estadual de Educação, a primeira escola a ser inaugurada, já no segundo semestre deste ano, terá ensino em português e mandariam (chinês). Mais três escolas, que terão aulas em […]

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Targeted Literacy Coaching

24/08/2013

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Targeted Literacy Coaching a guest blog post by Laurie Elish-Piper and Susan K. L’Allier, 2013 Literacy for All Conference Speakers Erin, an elementary literacy coach described her frustration with too much to do and no clear way to prioritize and focus her coaching work. “I feel like I’m running as fast as I can, and […]

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Reading Minilessons and Reading Conferences for our Youngest Readers

21/07/2013

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by Cindy Downend, Primary Faculty Member, from Lesley University One of the true benefits of being a Literacy Collaborative Trainer at Lesley University is always having my thinking nudged by my colleagues.  Over the past few weeks, we have been busy working together to plan this week’s Summer Institute on Genre Study.   I co-planned a session […]

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Engaging in Genre Study with Dr. Fountas at Lesley University

19/07/2013

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Genre Study: Teaching Fiction and Nonfiction Books Being a bilingual teacher is not only knowing well at least two-languages or have deep understanding of language acquisition and bilingualism theories or just know well a content-area like reading, writing, math, science, and social studies. Being a effective bilingual teacher  is to use the acquired knowledge in […]

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Nursery Rhymes: Uma seleção de cantigas e parlendas em inglês trabalhar com seus alunos

22/05/2013

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As cantigas infantis fazem parte do patrimônio cultural da infância e devem fazer parte da história de todas as crianças. E aprender cantigas e parlendas em uma segunda língua pode trazer uma série de benefícios para as crianças: Amplia o vocabulário Ensina e desenvolve a pronúncia Auxilia na consciência fonológica Dá acesso a elementos culturais […]

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Sugestão de Leitura para Alunos Dislexicos

21/05/2013

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Hank Zipzer Authors Share Dyslexia Insight While you’re looking for ways to make learning fun for dyslexic children, consider the children’s book seriesHank Zipzer: The World’s Greatest Underachiever. The books are co-written by Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver, who target their writing toward learning-challenged children. Gemm Learning spot-lighted Hank Zipzer in Part 3 of our “Great Books […]

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Mitos Gregos e Mitos de Leitura – Rick Riordan

19/05/2013

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Last month, I had the opportunity to attend Rick Riordan’s lecture as a keynote speaker in the International Reading Association Conference in San Antonio. The speech was inspiring and made me feel proud of being a reading teacher. For this reason, I would like to share his discource which he posted in his blog to […]

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What if Finland’s great teachers taught in U.S. schools?

16/05/2013

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Finland’s education expert Pasi Sahlberg Finland’s Pasi Sahlberg is one of the world’s leading experts on school reform and the author of the best-selling“Finnish Lessons: What Can the World Learn About Educational Change in Finland?” In this piece he writes about whether the emphasis that American school reformers put on “teacher effectiveness” is really the best approach […]

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