Friday January 19th 8-11 (3rd - 8th)
Teachers will learn and retell…
- Genres and subgenres assessed on STAAR Reading
- Objectives related to assessed genres along with question stems for items
Teachers will learn and practice…
- B-D-A (Before – During – After) reading strategies related to genres assessed
- Reciprocal teaching strategies to aid reading comprehension of a variety of texts
- Strategies for embedding writing in response to reading texts
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Each attending participant will receive a free copy of Mark's book "How to Prevent Reading Difficulties"
See You There!
Integrating Reading and Writing with Genre Study
Time: Friday, January 19, 2024
Grades 3rd-8th, 8-11 am
Location: HCDE 6300 Irvington Blvd, Houston, TX 77022
This session will explore all the genres assessed on STAAR Reading along with comprehension strategies for struggling readers. Best practices for integrating writing while reading each genre will be embedded into this interactive session for teachers, coaches, and interventionists.
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