T&L 2900: VIR: Guided Reading and Writing: Strategies for Maximum Student Achievement (Self-Paced)

Around 30% of students in sixth grade already have trouble with basic reading and writing. These literacy problems affect performance across subject areas, and they often leave teachers wondering how to help. In this course, you will examine the reasons reading and writing are so difficult for students. Then you will encounter the total literacy framework and see what it does to mitigate literacy problems. Since this framework is based on guided reading lessons that flow naturally into writing challenges, you will learn to successfully transition from guided readings to writing lessons.

Once you have encountered the basic framework, you will investigate a number of ways to modify this basic recipe for a variety of K-12 circumstances, wrapping up with a look at good writing habits and the traits of a productive writing conference. If you're looking for the right way to get students excited about the power of literacy, this is the course for you!

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS:

  • 1 credit offering
  • $125.00

To register for this offering, please click here: Guided Reading and Writing: Strategies for Maximum Student Achievement (Self-Paced)

 Session Details

Schedule: This is an enroll-anytime course that will allow you three months to complete from your enrollment date. Work at your own pace.
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Instructor or Facilitator

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Lynette Krenelka

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