READING RESOURCES

RRTCP CROSSWALK

 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES FOR READING FOUNDATIONS

 

Participant Handouts - Order Form

 

Guidelines for Selecting and Effective Reading Program

3-Year Plan Template (.doc)

RRTCP Letter of Intent (.doc)

NC SIP Reading Foundations Trainer Observation Form (.pdf)

RRTCP Instructor Process -Online Form

 

READING ASSESSMENT


Early Reading Assessment Information:
Early Reading Assessment.docx

K-3 Reading.pdf

Methods of Assessing Cognitive Aspects of Early Reading Devel.pdf 

Reading Assessment Information for Older Students:
Assessments to Guide Adolescent Literacy Instruction.pdf

 

General Assessment Information


abecedarian.pdf

Formative_Assessment_Next_Generation_2010.pdf

The relation between DIBELS, reading comprehension, and vocabulary in urban first-grade students 
North Dakota Lists of Reading Assessments.pdf



Cognitive Model of Reading Assessment
Model of Reading Assessment.pptx

 

STRUCTURE OF LANGUAGE

Adjective Order

Adjective Placement.docx 

History of English Language

Tongue in cheek - History of English Language.doc 

Phonetics: The Sounds of American-English

http://www.uiowa.edu/~acadtech/phonetics/english/frameset.html

Historical Layers of English

#8 Historical Layers of English (U4).docx

Online Etymology Dictionary

http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=&searchmode=none

PHONEMIC AWARENESS AND PHONICS

Primary and Elementary School Teachers:


Click on the links below to view the "Alliteration of /b/" video and "Continuous Blending for Decoding" from the Reading Teacher Network and Wiki -Teacher. 
http://library.readingteachersnetwork.org/class-room-videos/alliteration-b

WORD STUDY AND FLUENCY

Word Recognition and Spelling:


How.Words.Cast.Their.Spell.pdf 
Background_of_Phonics by June Orton.pdf 
How Spelling Supports Reading.pdf
#18 Evaluating Decodable Books (U6).docx 
WritingToRead.pdf 

Fluency


The-Lexile-Framework-for-Reading.pdf 
Scaffoled SSR by Reutzel et al.pdf 
readingfluency.pdf 
#19 Developing Fluency Using Decodable Texts (U6).docx
#20 Fluency Information for Parents (U6).docx 
#21 Multidimensional Fluency Rubric Chart.4 factors 

Miscellaneous


CCSSI_ELA Standards.pdf

 

Word Recognition and Spelling


Decoding Conituum.pptx
Multi-Syllabic Mnemonics for Word Identification.PPTX 
Syllable Division.docx
Model of Reading Assessment.pptx

Word Games

http://www.wordplays.com/p/index

Read Naturally

http://www.readnaturally.com/readlive/

Additional Resources

Improving Written Language Using A Multiple-Linguistic Spelling Word Study Approach

What Do Spelling Errors Tell Us About Language Knowledge

 

VOCABULARY

Choosing a Book in the Comfort Zone by Elaine McEwan (2011)
Root Words, Roots, and Affixes by Elain McEwan (2011)
Choosing Words to Teach By: Isabel Beck, Margaret McKeown, and Linda Kucan (2010)
The Vocabulary-Rich Classroom: Modeling Sophisticated Word Use to Promote Word Consciousness and Vocabulary Growth By: Holly Lane and Stephanie Allen (2010)
Four Ply Vocabulary Plan by Susan Ebbers 
A Word for the Words Camille Blachowicz and Peter Fisher (2011)

Keys to Literacy

Free Rice

WordWeb: Free English Thesaurus Dictionary

Vocabulogic

 

Variety of downloadable “make your own” games

http://people.uncw.edu/ertzbergerj/msgames.htm
Anita Archer demonstration videos of vocabulary lessons

COMPREHENSION

Collaborative Strategic Reading (PDF)
Skills That Support Comprehension: Getting to The “Situation Model”
Making Sense of Text: Skills That Support Comprehension and Its Development

Keys to Literacy 
Storyline Online

Book Hive

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