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Documents to Support Units of Study - Reading and Writing
Documents to Support Units of Study. The TCRWP is eager to support districts, schools and teachers who are implementing the Units of Study curriculum. In an effort to provide resources and updates, we have assembled videos and documents for your use.[PDF]
Unit 1: We Are Readers
BOARD APPROVED 6/25/15 4 Topic 1: Readers Read the World Engaging Experience 1 Teaching Point: Today I want to teach you that kindergarten readers read the world.A reader is someone that walks through the world on the lookout for things to read.
A Place Called Kindergarten: character traits in kindergarten
Their Digging Deeper unit focuses on characters and settings. I was frustrated with my students' simple responses to describe characters. Everyone knows that Goldilocks is a girl with blonde hair. I wanted them to be able to do a little more thinking about characters, so I created this character traits unit for kindergarten learners. I picked
Phonics Lesson - YouTube
Aug 05, 2018This video is a demonstration of a draft lesson from the TCRWP Phonics Units of Study. The Kindergarten Readers 27,235 views. Kindergarten Mini Lesson - Character Unit of Study - [PDF]
Overview of the Year for Kindergarten Writers
Overview of the Year for Kindergarten Writers units draw on the knowledge not only of TCRWP staff members and researchers, but also of September/October Unit One – Launching the Writing Workshop October/November Unit Two – Looking Closely: Observing, Labeling, and Listing
#TCRWP: Day 1 Reading Institute 2015 | First grade reading
#TCRWP: Day 1 Reading Institute 2015 This was what I expected the streets of New York to look like after hearing Lucy Calkins call to action at Monday's Reading Institute at Riverside Church (The Doors and "Light My Fire" were a part of my picture - No, not teachers setting fires!
TCRWP Twitter Chat: Studying Characters in Reading Units
May 03, 2016By Anna Gratz Cockerille . Consider for a moment your favorite fiction books. Perhaps while you were reading these books, you followed the plot closely, hanging on the edge of your seat as you read on to find out what peril, joy, mystery, or heartbreak would come next.
Curriculum | Oakland Schools Literacy
D uring the 2013-14 school year, the C4 (Common Core Cross Curricular Research Writing Project) brought eight teams of teachers from five schools together across the year to write interdisciplinary units aligned to the Common Core that focus on research writing. All eight teams implemented their units and continue to refine them. The three units described and linked to below reflect the
Character Education in PreK & Kindergarten | Scholastic
Discover the Character Critters and find character education songs for your classroom. Also, see my my character education booklist, and look out for my future post "Character Education and the Green Classroom." What do you do to teach character education? Have an ethical weekend! ~Allie . If you enjoyed this article, please link to it using