Saskatchewan Reads

Hello,
More March 29th, 2019 Café Style Sharing materials have been posted on the Saskatchewan Reads for Admin website!  One of the additions is a link to the Ministry of Education document entitled Instructional Supports for Diverse Writers: Grades 4-9. The link to the French version of this document will be posted when it is ready.

Division and First Nation Education Organizations who have not yet had a chance to send in the materials they presented on March 29th can still do so.

Wish you all the best in these last weeks of school,
Provincial Reading Team


TessaHi,
My name is Tessa. I started my teaching career this year in Grade 1. I have a lot of questions about the English Language Arts program and especially about teaching reading. What is important to understand about reading? How do I teach reading? Where do I begin? What does it look like?

Follow Tessa as she discovers the answers to these questions and many more. Welcome to the online resource developed for elementary educators by the Provincial Reading Team. It includes instructional strategies, videos, sample lessons … and more.

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March, 2019 Workshop

Saskatchewan Reads

Hello,

If you did not have the opportunity to listen to all the Café Style presentations on March 29th or would like to connect with the presenters to get more information please visit the March 29th, 2019 Workshop page on the Saskatchewan Reads for Administrators website.

As documents are sent in they will be added to the March 29th, 2019 Workshop page.

The ppt from the workshop has also been added to that page.

Wish you a great week!,
Provincial Reading Team


TessaHi,
My name is Tessa. I started my teaching career this year in Grade 1. I have a lot of questions about the English Language Arts program and especially about teaching reading. What is important to understand about reading? How do I teach reading? Where do I begin? What does it look like?

Follow Tessa as she discovers the answers to these questions and many more. Welcome to the online resource developed for elementary educators by the Provincial Reading Team. It includes instructional strategies, videos, sample lessons … and more.

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New Resources Added

Saskatchewan Reads

Happy New Year!

The Saskatchewan Reads momentum continues to build in Saskatchewan School Divisions and First Nation Education Authorities! New resources from Lloydminster Public have been added to the Instructional Approaches section of the website.

These modifiable Word documents are located at the bottom of the following web pages under Division/First Nation Education Authority Resources.  Look for the new_icon_ icon:

Instructional Approaches
Key Elements of the Four Instructional Approaches

Modelled Reading
Modelled Reading Instructional Approach

Shared Reading
Shared Reading Instructional Approach

Scaffolded/Guided Reading
Guided Reading Instructional Approach

Independent Reading
Independent Reading Instructional Approach

The Provincial Administrator Reading Team invites you to share how you are using and/or have adapted parts or all of the Saskatchewan Reads document to support your students. We also invite you to share any resources you have created as a result of using the Saskatchewan Reads document. These could include support documents, assessment strategies, sample lessons, video of students and teachers demonstrating an aspect of the content found within Saskatchewan Reads, etc. The Online Submission Form can be found here.

Wish you all the best for the new year,
Provincial Reading Team


TessaHi,
My name is Tessa. I started my teaching career this year in Grade 1. I have a lot of questions about the English Language Arts program and especially about teaching reading. What is important to understand about reading? How do I teach reading? Where do I begin? What does it look like?

Follow Tessa as she discovers the answers to these questions and many more. Welcome to the online resource developed for elementary educators by the Provincial Reading Team. It includes instructional strategies, videos, sample lessons … and more.

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How School Leaders Contribute to Effective Reading Programs

Saskatchewan Reads

Welcome to a New School Year!

The weather hasn’t been great but students are back in school and ready to learn!

School Leaders who are looking for an inspirational video regarding their impact on student reading achievement will LOVE this resource by the Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario.  The 13 minute video has an accompanying Viewers’ Guide and transcript.

The link to the video has been placed at the bottom of the Knowing and Using Reading Data web page of the Saskatchewan Reads for Administrators website.

Wish you a wonderful start to the New School Year,
Provincial Reading Team

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TessaHi,
My name is Tessa. I started my teaching career this year in Grade 1. I have a lot of questions about the English Language Arts program and especially about teaching reading. What is important to understand about reading? How do I teach reading? Where do I begin? What does it look like?

Follow Tessa as she discovers the answers to these questions and many more. Welcome to the online resource developed for elementary educators by the Provincial Reading Team. It includes instructional strategies, videos, sample lessons … and more.

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Sample Lessons for Procedural Writing

Saskatchewan Reads

Happy Summer Holidays!

Time for rest and rejuvenation…………..but when you are ready to start planning for the new school year………….. we invite you to check out the sample lessons for modelled and shared procedural writing provided by Lloydminster Public. A ppt for procedural writing language features has also been provided.

These lessons and ppt have been added to the Connecting Saskatchewan Reads to Writing web page on the Saskatchewan Reads for Administrators website.

Wish you all a great summer!
Provincial Reading Team

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TessaHi,
My name is Tessa. I started my teaching career this year in Grade 1. I have a lot of questions about the English Language Arts program and especially about teaching reading. What is important to understand about reading? How do I teach reading? Where do I begin? What does it look like?

Follow Tessa as she discovers the answers to these questions and many more. Welcome to the online resource developed for elementary educators by the Provincial Reading Team. It includes instructional strategies, videos, sample lessons … and more.

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Based on a work at https://saskatchewanreads.wordpress.com.

More Resources Posted for Writing

Saskatchewan Reads

Hello,

More resources have been added to the Connecting Saskatchewan Reads to Writing web page  on the Saskatchewan Reads for Administrators website.

Chinook has provided the K-5 and 6-9 Non-Fiction Writing Elements documents that they presented on April 25 during the ‘Sharing Writing’ portion of the afternoon.

Lloydminster Public has provided links to two videos they created where a teacher conferences with students regarding their writing.

We invite you to take a few minutes to check out these resources,
Provincial Reading Team

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TessaHi,
My name is Tessa. I started my teaching career this year in Grade 1. I have a lot of questions about the English Language Arts program and especially about teaching reading. What is important to understand about reading? How do I teach reading? Where do I begin? What does it look like?

Follow Tessa as she discovers the answers to these questions and many more. Welcome to the online resource developed for elementary educators by the Provincial Reading Team. It includes instructional strategies, videos, sample lessons … and more.

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Based on a work at https://saskatchewanreads.wordpress.com.

Writing Rubrics for Grades 4, 7, and 9

Saskatchewan Reads

Hello,

Documents from Saskatoon Catholic describing proficient criteria for the required purposes of writing at Grades 4, 7 and 9 have been posted on the Connecting Saskatchewan Reads to Writing web page on the Saskatchewan Reads for Administrators website. Saskatoon Catholic has found the criteria to be useful in developing consistency in scoring individual writing pieces throughout the year.

Happy viewing,
Provincial Reading Team

 

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TessaHi,
My name is Tessa. I started my teaching career this year in Grade 1. I have a lot of questions about the English Language Arts program and especially about teaching reading. What is important to understand about reading? How do I teach reading? Where do I begin? What does it look like?

Follow Tessa as she discovers the answers to these questions and many more. Welcome to the online resource developed for elementary educators by the Provincial Reading Team. It includes instructional strategies, videos, sample lessons … and more.

Creative Commons License
Saskatchewan Reads by Saskatchewan Provincial Reading Team is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at https://saskatchewanreads.wordpress.com.