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NYC Helpline: How To: Teaching Upper Grade Literacy
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Articles on teaching literacy

Teaching Non-Fiction Reading and Writing
Miriam Bissu

Using Error Analysis in Reading Instruction
Miriam Bissu

Planning Mini-Lessons for Writing Workshops
Miriam Bissu

Getting Started in Writing Workshop
Miriam Bissu

More Management Tips for Guided Reading Groups
Miriam Bissu

Getting Started in Early Literacy with Read Aloud
Miriam Bissu

Helping Struggling Readers
Miriam Bissu

The Pros and Cons of Heterogeneous Grouping
Miriam Bissu

Author Study: Vera B. Williams
Miriam Bissu

Grouping for Guided Reading
Miriam Bissu

Managing Guided Reading Groups
Miriam Bissu

Conducting Guided Reading Lessons
Miriam Bissu

Using Shared Writing to Teach Writing Skills
Miriam Bissu

Those First Few Weeks Using Shared Reading
Miriam Bissu

How to Confer in Your Writers’ Workshop
Allison Demas

How to Teach Editing in Your Writers’ Workshop
Allison Demas

Using Your Writers’ Workshop to Prepare Students for Standardized Tests
Allison Demas

Assessing Your Students' Writing
Allison Demas

What to Teach in Your Writers' Workshop
Allison Demas

How to Make Your Writers’ Workshop Work
Allison Demas

How to Set Up a Writing Center
Allison Demas

 

Conducting a Guided Reading Lesson
Allison Demas

Determining What to Teach during the Readers Workshop
Allison Demas

Understanding "The Look" of the Readers Workshop
Allison Demas

Understanding the Writers Workshop Component of Balanced Literacy
Allison Demas

Understanding the Readers Workshop Component of Balanced Literacy
Allison Demas

On guided reading and readers' workshop
Allison Demas

Setting Up Literary Circles (Book Clubs)
Janice Gordon

More How to Teach Reading through Conferring in Writing
Arlyne LeSchack

How to Teach Reading through Conferring in Writing
Arlyne LeSchack

How to Teach "Hard to Teach" Students
Arlyne LeSchack

How to Use Assessment Data to Meet the Needs of Your Students
Arlyne LeSchack

Helping Parents Help Their Children
Arlyne LeSchack

The Value of the Balanced Literacy Components
Arlyne LeSchack

Understanding the Language of Balanced Literacy
Arlyne LeSchack

Teaching Spelling Within the New Literacy Curriculum
Arlyne LeSchack

Connecting Research-Based Reading Practices to New York City's Reading Program
Arlyne LeSchack

Facilitating Accountable Talk in Your Classroom
Arlyne LeSchack

Teaching Effectively Using the Workshop Model
Arlyne LeSchack

Laying the Groundwork for Effective Guided Reading Instruction in Your Classroom
Arlyne LeSchack

Identifying Students for Placement in Your Guided Reading Group
(Part I)

Arlyne LeSchack

Make sure to visit Stephanie Bartell's page on teaching early childhood literacy.

Identifying Students for Placement in Your Guided Reading Group
(Part II)

Arlyne LeSchack

Placing Your Students in Guided Reading Group (Part III)
Arlyne LeSchack

What Is Guided Reading and Why Should I Use It in My Classroom?
Lisa North

The First 20 Days of Independent Reading
Lisa Peterson

Preparing Your Middle School Students for the New York State ELA Exam
Lisa Peterson

Developing Your Classroom Library
Lisa Peterson

Helping Parents Get Ready for Summer Reading
Sharon Pettey-Taylor

Assessing Small Group Conversation About Text
Sarah Picard

Reading Workshop: Character Study
Sarah Picard

Non-Fiction Reading: Grade 3
Sarah Picard

Quantifying Reading Progress With A Letter Grade While Teaching In A Reading Workshop
Sarah Picard

Walk the Walk: How to look at and learn from student writing work
Sarah Picard

Talk the Talk: How to look at and learn from student writing work
Sarah Picard

Teaching Independence: The key to teaching small groups in reading workshop
Sarah Picard

Assessing Student Writing
Cynthia Carbone Ward

Launch an Oral History Project
Cynthia Carbone Ward

Check out Cynthia’s Book: How Writers Grow: A Guide for Middle School Teachers
published by Heinemann.

 

 

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