Washington State Literacy Coordinators have created a four-part workshop to support teachers implementing the K – 4 Foundational Reading Skills in the Common Core State Standards.
For Pre-K, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade teachers. Site- or district-based teams are encouraged to attend.
The workshop series is being offered for FREE, however, participants must commit to attending all four workshops in the series and give students a short pre- and post- assessment. There will be one hour scheduled for lunch each session, but lunch will not be provided.
K-4 Foundational Reading Skills Workshop 1: Unpacking the Foundational Skills – January 23, 2014
Teachers will understand the K – 4 Foundational Skills in the Common Core State Standards. They will work with the progression of these skills and leave with a short assessment to administer to a small subset of students.
K-4 Foundational Reading Skills Workshops 2 and 3: Foundational Skills Instructional Strategies – February 6, 2014 and March 6, 2014
Balanced literacy instructional practices will be highlighted. Teachers will look at strategies for core and small group instruction using individual district curricular materials. Centers work and classroom management skills will also be a focus.
K-4 Foundational Reading Skills Workshop 4: Planning for Student Growth – April 10, 2014
Teachers will analyze student pre and post data. Classroom instructional implications will be determined based on lessons learned in Workshops 3 and 4, and lessons will be created. Teachers will also view available resources.
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