YMCA READS! Teacher Resources

Kylie SIPPSPhonics Student Activity Centers 

Part One  – Letter-Sound Correspondence

Part Two – High Frequency Words

Part Three – Variant Correspondences

Part Four– Syllable Patterns

Part Five – Morpheme Structures

Fluency

http://www.readerstheater.com/samples

Fluency Instructional Guidelines and Student Activities

2-3 Student Center Activities on Fluency FCRR

Part One – Letter-Sound Correspondence & Word Parts

Part Two – Words

Part Three – Phrases & Chunked Texts

Part Four – Connected Text

Comprehension

2-3 Student Center Activities on Comprehension FCRR

Part One – Narrative Text Structure

Part Two – Expository Text Structure

Part Three –Text Analysis

Part Four– Monitoring for Understanding

Classroom Strategies – This video library provides teachers with effective, research-based classroom strategies to help build and strengthen literacy skills in print awareness, phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, and writing. Excellent for training Mentors.

Reading Instruction for ELL Grades 1-3  English language learners (ELLs) in early elementary school are learning to read at the same time as their other classmates. Nevertheless, they still may need some extra help making the connection between their native language and English or focusing on specific sounds and letter combinations. These articles provide explicit guidance, as well as age-appropriate tips for instruction.

Graphic Organizers:   This collection of ready-to-use graphic organizers will help children classify ideas and communicate more effectively. All of the printable graphic organizers are designed to facilitate understanding of key concepts by allowing students to visually identify key points and ideas. By using graphic organizers across all subject areas, you will be empowering your students to master subject-matter faster and more efficiently. There are graphic organizers for reading, science, writing, math, and for general use. You’ll also find blank printable templates like graph paper, dot arrays, and other useful tools.

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