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Reaching All Readers (Claremore)

Reaching All Readers

Saturday, April 27, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 1:05 PM (CDT)

Claremore, OK

Reaching All Readers (Claremore)

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On April 27th, 2013, the Oklahoma State Department of Education will be providing professional development focusing on identifying problems and solutions to get your students on track for reading at grade level. The session will be held at the Northeast Technology Center in Claremore, OK.

 

The Oklahoma State Department of Education would like to invite teachers and administrators from surrounding schools to attend this informative and engaging professional development training.


REGISTRATION BEGINS AT 8:00am

General Session 8:30 am – 9:45 am

Mary Dahlgren

Dr. Mary Dahlgren will provide an overview of Response to Intervention and how it links to the Reading Sufficiency Act model. An explanation of the three tiered model for instruction and intervention will be outlined in this talk. There will be an emphasis on the importance of a 90 minute reading block and suggestions for setting up tier 2 and tier 3 interventions during a regular school day. The presentation will end with a simulation of learning how to read. This final activity sets up the day for breakout sessions provided by the REAC3H Coaches.

 

SESSION I 9:55 am – 10:55 am


ADMINISTRATORS

Marsha Thompson, Mary Dahlgren & Teri Brecheen

This session will provide a guide for school-wide literacy transformation using data to drive instruction.

 

WRITING (K-2)

Terra Vail

Ready, Set, Write!

This session will focus on the foundational skills needed for writing success. We will discuss how to help students to be fluent writers, the role of spelling in writing, and activities for teaching writing.

 

VOCABULARY

Cathryn Morris

Changing Your Words- Changes Your World!

This session will focus on using Tier 2 words from trade books that are used in many classrooms. We will briefly discuss research over vocabulary use, and what good vocabulary teaching looks like. You will walk away from this session with at least 5 classroom ready activities. Change your words! Change your world!

 

FLUENCY

JoEllen Hall

The Nuts and Bolts of Fluency

What is fluency? What goes into fluency? What tests assess fluency? What are some activities that address fluency? In this seminar we will be defining fluency, showing how to assess fluency and basic activities to address fluency on different levels.


COMPREHENSION

Kristen Jones

We will discuss the components of reading comprehension, the difference between assessing and teaching comprehension and how to develop effective comprehension lessons to use in whole group and small group instruction.

 

 

LITERACY WORKSTATIONS

Sandy Dossett

Transforming Centers to Workstations or Learning Labs

This session will focus on understanding the difference between traditional centers and literacy workstations. We will talk about how to differentiate activities within workstations to meet all learners needs, how to create engaging stations with free activities, how to implement workstations, and how to manage them without becoming overwhelmed with time.

 

SESSION II 11:00 am – Noon


WRITING (3-5)

Vonda Dillon

The Write Brain

The session will provide background research information on writing and will provide activities to increase understanding of the writing process. Writing activities will be presented, including scaffolds and evaluation rubrics.

 

VOCABULARY

Cathryn Morris

Changing your Words- Changesyour World!

This session will focus on using Tier 2 words from trade books that are used in many classrooms. We will briefly discuss research over vocabulary use, and what good vocabulary teaching looks like. You will walk away from this session with at least 5 classroom ready activities. Change your words! Change your world!

 

EARLY INTERVENTION

Jazzman Peaden

Do you ever wish you had something new and fantastic at your fingertips to reach those struggling readers? Now you do! This session will focus on 1 assessment given to the whole class at once that will directly link student results to over 300 explicit pre-made phonics lessons with all materials included. Planning small groups can be easy and effective with this tool!

 

COMPREHENSION

Kristen Jones

We will discuss the components of reading comprehension, the difference between assessing and teaching comprehension and how to develop effective comprehension lessons to use in whole group and small group instruction.

 

 

PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS

Gentry Pierce

Phonological Awareness is crucial to reading success. This brief overview highlights the importance of phonological awareness. Practical classroom applications that can be used this Monday morning in your Pre-K through second grade classroom will be shared.

 

SESSION III 12:05 pm – 1:05 pm


WRITING (K-2)

Terra Vail

Ready, Set, Write!

This session will focus on the foundational skills needed for writing success. We will discuss how to help students to be fluent writers, the role of spelling in writing, and activities for teaching and writing.

 

EARLY INTERVENTION

Jazzman Peaden

Do you ever wish you had something new and fantastic at your fingertips to reach those struggling readers? Now you do! This session will focus on 1 assessment given to the whole class at once that will directly link student results to over 300 explicit pre-made phonics lessons with all materials included. Planning small groups can be easy and effective with this tool!

 

FLUENCY

JoEllen Hall

The Nuts and Bolts of Fluency

What is fluency? What goes into fluency? What tests assess fluency? What are some activities that address fluency? In this seminar we will be defining fluency, showing how to assess fluency and basic activities to address fluency on different levels.

 

WRITING (3-5)

Vonda Dillon

The Write Brain

The session will provide background research information on writing and will provide activities to increase understanding of the writing process. Writing activities will be presented, including scaffolds and evaluation rubrics.

 

LITERACY WORKSTATIONS

Sandy Dossett

Transforming Centers to Workstations or Learning Labs

This session will focus on understanding the difference between traditional centers and literacy workstations. We will talk about how to differentiate activities within workstations to meet all learners needs, how to create engaging stations with free activities, how to implement workstations, and how to manage them without becoming overwhelmed with time.

 

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Northeast Technology Center
1901 Oklahoma 88
Claremore, OK 74017

Saturday, April 27, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 1:05 PM (CDT)


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