It’s been a while since the last post. A new school year has started and great things are happening in Saskatchewan to support reading!
Below are links to two new resources prepared by Regina Public and Prairie Spirit School Divisions. These Divisions have both adapted the Saskatchewan Reads documents to support other grade levels.
Regina Public has adapted the Big Ideas of Reading from Saskatchewan Reads to support the Middle Years.
Prairie Spirit has added appendices to reflect what the Learning & Classroom Environment, Big Ideas of Reading, Assessment and Evaluation, Instructional Approaches, and Interventions could look like for K-12.
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, videos, etc.
Wish you a great week!,
Provincial Reading Team
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.
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.