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​The National Reading Panel findings describe five areas of effective reading instruction.  Along with writing, as detailed in the document Writing Next, phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and text comprehension are necessary components to building reading success. 

  
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3/27/2017 8:23 AM
What Works Clearinghouse document
Assisting Students Struggling with Reading.pdfInterventionAssisting Students Struggling with Reading
3/15/2017 12:16 PM
This U.S. Dept. of Education document from IES offers educators specific, evidence-based recommendations for teaching foundational reading skills to students in K-3.
Foundational Skills to Support Reading.pdfFoundations of ReadingFoundational Skills to Support Reading for Understanding
3/24/2017 9:09 AM
This guide has purposeful literacy and engagement strategies to improve the reading comprehension of all students.
Purposeful Planning Guide for Comprehension.pdfComprehension/StrategiesPurposeful Planning Guide for Strategic Teaching
3/24/2017 11:16 AM
Vocabulary and Word Study
Vocabulary Research.pdfVocabularyVocabulary and Word Study
3/24/2017 11:26 AM
Effective strategies for improving writing
WritingNext.pdfThe Writing ConnectionWriting Next
3/15/2017 12:16 PM
This article from the Harvard Eduction Review presents evidence that writing improves reading comprehension.
Writing-to-Read.pdfThe Writing ConnectionWriting to Read: A Meta-Analysis of the Impact of Writing and Writing Instruction on Reading
7/31/2017 9:43 AM
MEGA 2017 presentation
Fostering Rich and Rigorous Literacy Skills final.pptxComprehension/StrategiesFostering Rich and Rigorous Literacy Skills in the 21st Century