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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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.

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

Resources to Support Middle Years Reading

Saskatchewan Reads

Hello,

We invite you to check out the resources created by Greater Saskatoon Catholic to support reading for Middle Years.  These professional development modules for modelled, shared, guided/scaffolded, and independent reading are in the form of ppts for teachers.  They were created using Regina Public Schools for Middle Years: Big Ideas of Reading document as its anchor.

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.

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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.

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April 25th, 2018 Café Style Sharing Sessions

Hello,

If you did not have the opportunity to listen to all the Café Style presentations on April 25th or would like to connect with the presenters to get more information please visit the April 25th, 2018 Workshop page.

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

In the next few weeks resources created to support writing will be added to the Connect Sask Reads to Writing section of the Saskatchewan Reads for Administrators website.

If School Divisions and First Nation Education Authorities are interested in sharing resources to support reading and writing they are asked to complete the Saskatchewan Reads or the Saskatchewan Reads for Administrators Online Resource Submission Form.
If forwarding photos or video, permission forms must be completed and submitted. These resources may include but are not limited to lesson plans, assessment templates, strategies, and video.

The submissions can be forwarded to Kathy Robson krobson@chinooksd.ca or Hélène Préfontaine at helene.prefontaine@pacsd.ca

Wish you a great Wednesday!,
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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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.

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Thank You for Making the April 25th Workshop a Success!!

Saskatchewan Reads

Hi Everyone,

It was great to connect with you this past Wednesday at the Saskatchewan Reads – Provincial ESSP Workshop
Great things are happening in Saskatchewan School Divisions and First Nation Education Authorities to continue and strengthen the Sask Reads momentum!

Thank you again for your commitment to your continued work and efforts to support the learning of the Pre-K to 12 students in the province. This was evident during the Café Style Sharing Session of Saskatchewan Reads Implementation in the morning and the sharing of the School Division/First Nation Authority Writing Plans in the afternoon. The buzz in the air was vibrant and infectious!!

The ppt from the workshop has been added to the Workshop Materials section of the website.

School Divisions and First Nation Education Authorities are invited to share resources they have created to support writing in the division.  These resources will be added to the Connect Sask Reads to Writing section of the Saskatchewan Reads for Administrators website. These resources may include but are not limited to lesson plans, assessment templates,  strategies, and video.

Please complete the Saskatchewan Reads or the Saskatchewan Reads for Administrators Online Resource Submission Form. If you are forwarding photos or video, permission forms must be completed and submitted.

The submissions can be forwarded to Kathy Robson krobson@chinooksd.ca or Hélène Préfontaine at helene.prefontaine@pacsd.ca

Wish you a great week,
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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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.

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How Have You Been Continuing and Strengthening the Sask Reads Momentum?

Saskatchewan Reads

Hi Everyone,
We know that exciting things are happening in Saskatchewan School Divisions and First Nation Education Authorities to continue and strengthen the Sask Reads momentum!

We would like to encourage you to share resources you have developed by submitting them to be posted on the Saskatchewan Reads or Saskatchewan Reads for Administrators websites.

These may include but are not limited to:

· Lesson plans, assessment templates, practical strategies for organizing classroom libraries, video of students and teachers demonstrating an aspect of the content found within Saskatchewan Reads.

· Management templates, modules, examples and video of administrators leading staff PD, developing compelling why or any other areas within Saskatchewan Reads for Administrators.

Please complete the Saskatchewan Reads or the Saskatchewan Reads for Administrators Online Resource Submission Form. If you are forwarding photos or video, permission forms must be completed and submitted.

The submissions can be forwarded to Kathy Robson krobson@chinooksd.ca or Hélène Préfontaine at helene.prefontaine@pacsd.ca

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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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.

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New Adaptations of Saskatchewan Reads!

Saskatchewan Reads
Hello,

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

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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.

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