If you’ve been teaching in a balanced literacy approach for a while, then the idea of switching to Science of Reading strategies may be overwhelming….enough so to stop you from even trying! Don’t feel like you need to do a complete overhaul of everything you’ve been doing in order to make some change! Yes, itContinue reading “Tiny Steps to Incorporate Science of Reading”
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Decodable Readers Round-Up!
I used to avoid decodable books at all costs. I felt that they were boring, predictable, and would turn off kids from wanting to read for fun. I turned to leveled readers whenever I had the chance. They pictures were typically richer, and the story had an plot to hold students’ interests. I remember planningContinue reading “Decodable Readers Round-Up!”
Science of Reading Book List
My Science of Reading post continues to be my most popular post since I’ve started Windy City Literacy almost a year ago. I’ve really enjoyed researching and learning as much as I can about the Science of Reading, and I absolutely love when I get to share that with others! Recently, I’ve had a fewContinue reading “Science of Reading Book List”