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READING RECOVERY ARTICLES / PRESENTATIONS OF INTEREST FOR TEACHERS

Some of the following articles have been shared at professional development sessions to promote discussion. Others were found whilst browsing. Please note they do not necessarily reflect the beliefs or opinions of SAEPS.

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Roaming Around The Known A presentation explaining the 1st 2 weeks of Reading Recovery.

 

 

running-recordUsing Running Records To Inform Teaching

Use the time immediately after administering running record to teach your student. Ask yourself: “What is the most important teaching point that can help this student progress right now?”

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What do lesson records have to do with effective Reading Recovery teaching? Sharan A. Gibson, Trainer, San Diego State University

 

 

 

chunking for book longTaking Words Apart While Reading by Elizabeth L. Kaye, Trainer, Texas Woman’s University

 

Learning How To Learn Words, (Learning How to Learn, With a Focus on Words) Noel K. Jones Reading Recovery Trainer Emeritus Associate Professor Emeritus 1 University of North Carolina, Wilmington

 

Writing Tool Analysis by MacKenzie, Scull & Munsie, 2009-2013. A very useful rubric.

 

 

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Powerful Teaching Interactions in Writing: Lessons from Reading Recovery Teachers  Allyson Matczuk, Reading Recovery Trainer, Western Canadian Institute of Reading Recovery Stanley B. Straw, University of Manitoba

 

 

pencilLearning To Compose And Write Messages Let’s Take A Walk Through Writing. A slide show explaining the writing section of a Reading Recovery lesson.

 

 

Reading Recovery Or Not

Professor Bridie Raban Hon. Professorial Fellow Melbourne Graduate School of Education responds to criticism within the media.

 

 

Differentiated Instruction Through One To One Instruction Does One-To-One Teaching Really Matter? Billie J. Askew, Texas Woman’s University Anne Simpson, Texas Woman’s University

 

 

Motivational Changes in Reading Recovery Children: A Pre and Post Analysis The Journal of Reading Recovery by Salli Forbes, University of Northern Iowa and Susan King Fullerton, Clemson University

 

 

Investigating Oral Language within Reading Recovery Sarah Adkins 3785402 Otterbein University

 

 

Word Work the Reading Recovery Way- an excellent blog by Barb Evans (Parts 1-9)

It is not exactly how we teach letter and word work now but it gives a very good likeness for interested parents and classroom teachers:

word work 1Word Work 1 Linking sound and letter sequence.

 

 

 

word work 2Word Work 2 Sorting upper and lower case letters

 

 

 

word work 3Word Work 3 Unjumbling high frequency words

 

 

word work 4Word Work 4 Adding inflections

 

 

word work part 5Word Work 5 Changing onsets of known words

 

 

 

Word Work 6-9 Onsets and rimes, and smaller words within bigger words.

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Word work 7Word Work 7

 

 

 

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LITERACY ARTICLES / PRESENTATIONS OF INTEREST FOR TEACHERS

Some of the following articles have been shared at professional development sessions to promote discussion. Others were found whilst browsing. Please note they do not necessarily reflect the beliefs or opinions of SAEPS.

Teaching Reading: Why the ‘Fab Five’ Should be the ‘Big Six’ Deslea Konza

 

 

 

Literacy: What Works and Why.

This conference examined two major areas of literacy learning, acquisition and development, and explored current problems and issues in the field.

Keynote Speakers 

Professor Peter Freebody, Sydney University

Ms Jann Farmer-Hailey, Leader, Literacy NSW DoE

Associate Professor Janet Scull, Monash University

 

bee_clipart_bumble_beeWhat spelling bees can tell us about learning to spell- and what they get wrong. An article written by Misty Adoniou, Senior Lecturer in Language, Literacy and TESL at University of Canberra.

 

lettersThe Place Of Phonics In Learning To Read And Write by Marie Emmitt, David Hornsby and Lorraine Wilson.
Australian Literacy Educators’ Association

 

 

jumbled-letters4-2ae60py.jpgPhonics: It’s Place In The Literacy Story by Robyn Ewing, University of Sydney and Marguerite Maher, Notre Dame University

 

 

Why not sound it out? by Robert M. Schwartz, Oakland University

 

 

Does Australia need an assessment tool to measure literacy and numeracy achievement in Year 1 classrooms? By Eileen Honan, Jenni Connor and Diane Snowball

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David Hornsby (educational consultant) is the source for interesting literacy related Latest News Stories

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How do we learn to read? by Misty Adoniou, Senior Lecturer in Language, Literacy and TESL at University of Canberra.

 

 

 

ALEA & PETAA’s collaborative response to the Australian Federal Government’s Phonics test for Year 1 students.

 

 

 

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