This one might be a little biased because I am a reading specialist, but I am trying to make a case for reading, reading, and reading. It's from the heart.

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Livebinders: Can be used in the classroom as a tool for teaching. Livebinders are convenient way to keep classroom materials in one place for students to access easily. Furthermore, students can use Livebinders in the classroom, as well as at home. It is much more convenient for students who are in the learning process.

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Diagnostic and formative. What steps students should progress through. They aren't necessarily linear.

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Tales of a Reading Specialist: The Levels are Changing! The Levels are Changing! This is the new graphic 2012

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Phonemic Awareness, Blooms Site has other resources, autism intervention, phonics, math, RTI, Worksheets, spuzzles

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1. Florida Center for Reading Research: Tools for tutoring or intervention with a struggling reader? You must go to this site. Broken down into the 5 different components of literacy, this site has lessons, games, and resources for all your reading intervention needs. Just print and you are ready to teach. It is seriously a...Read More »

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{freebie} If you are a reading coach, literacy coach, reading specialist, or in any type of position of reading leadership position in an elementary or middle school this resource is for you! Included is my top 10 list of advice that is critical for successfully building trusting relationships with teachers. Also included are: * Pre-conference discussion form * Observation notes * Post-conference discussion form * Teaching plan sheets for accountability and goal-setting

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Here is another {FREE} reading survey for the primary grades. The teacher can do this with the students (especially for K) or individually. Reading surveys help you get a good grasp of where student's are at in their reading journey. This can be used at the beginning, middle or end of the year!

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This chart is a great professional document for teachers, reading specialist, coaches or principals. It lays out a school or district’s intervention, enrichment, core program and assessment options for each grade level. It is color coded for easy readability. Red is Tier 3, Yellow is Tier 2 and Green is Tier 1. It can be changed for your school, just drop in the interventions you have in the boxes provided. (cost 5.00)

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Running Record was created by Marie Clay. Here is a cheat sheet to remember the codes, how to calculate accuracy, accuracy rate categories, and scoring. Running record is a quick informal assessment to see where students are in their reading progress.

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