Monday, March 14, 2016

Early Literacy Interventions #4: AEA267 ELI Resources Google Folder

Resources.  We need them to be effective at what we do; we also need them to be easy and engaging for both student and teacher.  Which is why I am putting out this series of blog posts.  Every few days I am going to highlight a resource on our shared Early Literacy Interventions website to give you an idea of what's in it and how it can work.  Here's our website:

     AEA267, in an effort to assist teachers in providing Early Literacy Interventions, has built a number of resources addressing specific reading skills for grades K-6 in a shared folder.  The folder includes PDF lesson plans, worksheets, center activities, and other reproducibles for teaching specific skills in small group settings.
     Skills addressed include fluency, comprehension, vocabulary, assessment, and phonics/ phonemic awareness.  If you have questions about a specific lesson plan, make sure to contact AEA267 School Improvement specialists Patty Foster and Teri Boezinger.

Once you click on the purple "Early Literacy Resources" button, you'll be directed to a Google folder page.  I would recommended that you click the blue "Add to Drive" button in the upper right corner- this will automatically save all the files into your Google Drive to access anytime.

Don't forget to bookmark our Reading Interventions Symbaloo page for easy reference.  If you have another website you'd like me to add, feel free to email or leave a comment below.

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