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Structured Literacy

Welcome!

1. Why are we Here?

12. Thanks

5. But I'm Not a Reading Teacher

11. Examples

10. Strategies

4. Structured Literacy vs. Science of Reading

9. Instruction

8. Group Work

3. Definition

7. Where do I Fall in Structured Literacy

6. What are You Already Doing?

2. Background Knowledge

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I'm not a reading teacher, why do I have to be here?

Why are we here?

What is Dyslexia?

Structured Literacy was developed by the International Dyslexia Association

Fully developed between ages 25-30

Fully developed around age 25

Fully developed around age 20

Fully developed between ages 11-13 (around puberty)

Sedita, J. (2020, April 8). How the brain learns to read. Keys to Literacy. Retrieved May 4, 2023, from https://keystoliteracy.com/blog/how-the-brain-learns-to-read/

The Structured Literacy Program was developed by research conducted by the International Dyslexia Association. The Science of Reading is the basis of that research. The Science of Reading goes into depth explaining the research that has gone into what occurs in the brain during reading.

Background Knowledge

What do you already know?Let's understand the "why"?

Background Knowledge

Definition

What IS Structured Literacy?Go through a breakdown of the PA Department of Education definition of Structured Literacy for Act 49

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Structured Literacy is the HOW:The approach to teaching reading based on the research.

Structured Literacy

The Science of Reading is the WHY: The research behind the NEED for structured literacy in EVERY classroom.

Science of Reading

Science of Reading vs. structured Literacy

SS Writing Standards 6-12

Science Writing Standards 6-12

English Standards 6-12

SS Reading Standards 6-12

Science Reading Standards 6-12

Integrates Listening, Speaking, Reading, Spelling and Writing

Math Literacy Standards

Content Specific Academic Standards Primary-12

But I'm not a reading teacher

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Infographic

This isn't new... What is something you are already doing to support Structured Literacy in class

Where do I fall in the process?

Structured Literacy

Create a name for your group. Use when you answer the different activities within this section.

Break into groups

In groups, go through the following slides and complete the activities that follow:

Language

Take a look at the following resources and answer the questions on the designated place on the wall. Label your answer with your team name.

word recognition

Take a look at the following resources and choose at least 2 from each category that you would like to incorporate into your instruction and add to the Padlet.

decoding

Phonological Awareness Decoding, and Sight Word Strategies

Comprehension

Cross Curricular Comprehension Strategies

Vocabulary

Cross Curricular Vocabulary Strategies

Language

word recognition

Examples

Examples

decoding

Examples

Comprehension

Vocabulary

Language

word recognition

This was a LOT of information, BUT how are you feeling about your understanding of Structured Literacy now?

Any Better?

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Thanks!

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Examples of Explicit Comprehension Instruction

Primary and Secondary Examples (focus-Vocabulary)

Examples also include a playlist of Literacy Snippet tutorial videos that model instructional practices in literacy strategies.

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Examples of Explicit Phonics Instruction

Examples also include a playlist of Literacy Snippet tutorial videos that model instructional practices in literacy strategies.

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Phonics Instruction-Research Based Approach
Florida Center for Reading Research
Phonics for Reading
iReady
Intervention Central
Tools 4 Reading
Background Knowledge
Sketchnotes
Summarizing
Graphic Organizers
Cornell Notes
Close Reading
Reciprocal Teaching
Jigsaw

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Examples of Explicit Vocabulary Instruction

Based on Strategies: May differentiate through Word Choice

Examples also include a playlist of Literacy Snippet tutorial videos that model instructional practices in literacy strategies.

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