Reviewing Universal Reading Instruction

Day One

Day Two - Elementary

Day Two - Secondary

Day Three

Additional Resources

Training Survey

 

Day One

Section

Handouts

Resources

Introduction / Framework Overview

Day 1 PowerPoint

Wisconsin RtI Glossary

Wisconsin RtI Center: www.wisconsinrticenter.org

WI DPI Response to Intervention: Guiding Document

Multi-Level System of Support Roadmap 

Collaboration and Assessment

1.01 Collaboration Outline Template

1.02 Balanced Assessment Outline Template

Wisconsin RtI Framework Training

High-Quality Universal Instruction - Main Focus

 

Wisconsin RtI Center Building Culturally Responsive Systems

DPI Promoting Excellence for ALL

DPI Career and College Ready

Comprehensive Literacy Instruction

 

WI Standards for English Language Arts

Milwaukee Public Schools Comprehensive Literacy Plan

Addressing the Need: Using State and Local Data

 

Implementation Data

1.03 Reviewing District Reading Data

1.04 SIR Levels of Implementation

1.05 Universal Reading SIR Statements

WI DPI Agenda 2017

Accessing School/District Report Cards

WISEDASH

School-Wide Implementation Review (SIR) - Steps to Accessing

Addressing the How: Establishing Trust 
Common Vision
Universal Reading
Foundational Beliefs

1.06 Trust Survey

1.07 Beliefs About Reading

1.08 Foundational Beliefs on Reading Instruction

 

Stephen Covey: Speed of Trust Transformation Process

Regie Routman in Residence, Reading to Understand, Regie Routman:http://goo.gl/yGmoFE

Establishing a Systemic Instructional Framework/Gradual Release of Responsibility

1.09 School Example of Agreed Upon Practices

1.10 Vision, Commitment, Ownership Outline Template

Doug Fisher: Literacy Achievement Through Sustained Professional Development Webinar

ADD - Conferring with Students

"It's All About the Talk", Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey, and John Nelson in Kappan, March 2013, Volume 96, Number 6 (p. 8 - 13)

"Literacy Achievement Through Sustained Professional Development", Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey, and John Nelson in The Reading Teacher, May 2012, Volume 65, Number 8 (p. 551 - 563)

"Implementing a School-wide Literacy Framework: Improving Achievement in an Urban Elementary School“, Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey in The Reading Teacher, September 2007, Volume 61, Number 1 (p. 32 - 43)

Wisconsin State Standards 
Components and Outlining

1.12 Common Language Outline Template

 

WI State Standards for English Language Arts

WI Model Early Learning Standards

WI Vision for Disciplinary Literacy

 Day Two - Elementary

Section

Handouts

Resources

Introduction/Review 

Day 2 PowerPoint (Elementary)

1.12 Common Language OutlineTemplate

Wisconsin RtI Center; www.wisconsinrticenter.org

Wisconsin RtI Framework Training 

WI DPI Agenda 2017

WI DPI Response to Intervention: Guiding Document

Concept of Word/Phonological Awareness

2.03 Phonological Awareness Outline Template 

Milwaukee Public Schools Comprehensive Literacy Plan

Wisconsin Early Childhood Collaborating Partners

Wisconsin State Standards Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

Wisconsin State Standards for English Language Arts (Provided)

Building the Foundation, Center On Instruction

Taylor, Barbara M. Catching Schools. (Provided)

Vaughn, S., Linan-Thompson, S.  Research-Based Methods of Reading Instruction, Grades K-3. (Provided)

Phonics

2.04 Phonics Outline Template

Wisconsin State Standards Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction 

Wisconsin State Standards for English Language Arts (Provided)

Building the Foundation, Center On Instruction

Taylor, Barbara M. Catching Schools. (Provided) 

Vaughn, S., Linan-Thompson, S.  Research-Based Methods of Reading Instruction, Grades K-3. (Provided) 

Fluency

2.05 Fluency Outline Template

Wisconsin State Standards Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

Wisconsin State Standards for English Language Arts (Provided)

Building the Foundation, Center On Instruction

Taylor, Barbara M. Catching Schools. (Provided)

Vaughn, S., Linan-Thompson, S.  Research-Based Methods of Reading Instruction, Grades K-3. (Provided)

Vocabulary

2.06 Vocabulary Word Sort Activity

2.07 Vocabulary CCSS NRP DPI

2.08 Vocabulary Outline Template

Wisconsin State Standards Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

Wisconsin State Standards for English Language Arts (Provided)

Building the Foundation, Center On Instruction

Taylor, Barbara M. Catching Schools. (Provided)

Vaughn, S., Linan-Thompson, S.  Research-Based Methods of Reading Instruction, Grades K-3. (Provided)

Comprehension

2.09 Comprehension WSS NRP DPI

2.10 Comprehension Outline Template

Wisconsin State Standards Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

Wisconsin State Standards for English Language Arts (Provided)

Building the Foundation, Center On Instruction

Taylor, Barbara M. Catching Schools. (Provided)

Vaughn, S., Linan-Thompson, S.  Research-Based Methods of Reading Instruction, Grades K-3. (Provided)

Text Complexity

2.11 Text Complexity Model

2.12 Range of Texts

2.13 Text Complexity for Informational Texts

2.14 Text Complexity for Literacy Texts 

Wisconsin State Standards Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

Wisconsin ELA Common Core State Standards (Provided)

Accessing the SIR
(School-wide Implementation Review)

 

Wisconsin RtI Center SIR Page

Steps to Accessing the SIR

Day Two - Secondary

Section

Handouts

Resources 

Introduction

Day 2 PowerPoint (Secondary)

Institute of Education Sciences (IES) Document

Institute of Education Sciences (IES) Document

Wisconsin RtI Center; www.wisconsinrticenter.org

WI DPI Agenda 2017

WI DPI Response to Intervention: Guiding Document

What is Disciplinary Literacy?

2.00-S What is Disciplinary Literacy?

2.01-S Literacy in the Disciplines

Wisconsin Advanced Manufacturing Pathways Education Network (WAMPEN)  

Introduction to Literacy Strategies Video
http://dpi.wi.gov/standards/literacy-all-subjects/wi-resources

Comprehension

2.02-S Comprehension in the Wisconsin State
Standards and National Reading Panel

2.03-S Close Reading

2.04-S Text-Depending Questions

2.05a-S Depth of Knowledge Chart 

2.05b-S Depth of Knowledge Question Stems

2.06-S Comprehension Framework Outline Template

Literacy Skills and Comprehension Video http://dpi.wi.gov/standards/literacy-all-subjects/wi-resources

The Wisconsin State Standards Literacy in All Subjects
http://dpi.wi.gov/standards/literacy-all-subjects

Literacy Classroom Instructional Practices Bank http://www.wirticenter.com/strategiesbank/ 

Frey  N., Fisher D. (2013). Rigorous Reading: 5 Points for Accessing Complex Text (Provided)

Vocabulary Investigations

2.07a-S Vocabulary Word Sort Activity 

2.07b-S Academic Vocabulary List

2.08-S Selecting Vocabulary Words List

2.09-S Vocabulary Framework Outline Template

 

Bintz, William (2011). Teaching vocabulary across the curriculum.  Middle School Journal, 42(4), 44-53.

Fisher, D., & Frey, N. (2011).  Academic language in the secondary classroom. Principal Leadership, 11(6), 64-66.

Institute of Education Sciences (IES) document

Test Complexity Investigations 

2.10-S Range of Texts 

2.11-S Text Complexity Model 

2.12-S Text-Features 

2.13-S Text Structure 

2.14-S Reader and Task Considerations-Text Complexity 

2.15a-S Text Complexity for Informational Texts
Template
 

2.15b-S Text Complexity for Literary Texts

2.16-S PATTERN by Fredric Brown-Activity

2.17-S Text Complexity Framework Outline Template

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction -
Text Complexity

The Challenge of Challenging Texts (ASCD)

Frey  N., Fisher D. (2013). Rigorous Reading: 5 Points for Accessing Complex Text (Provided)

Key Critical Points Investigations

2.18-S Close Read Activity Speech

2.19-S Reading Diversity Lite Tool for Text Selection

2.20-S Critical Points Framework Outline Template

 

Accessing the SIR 
(School-wide Implementation Review)

 

Wisconsin RtI Center SIR Page

Steps to Accessing the SIR

 Day Three

Section

Handouts

Resources

Introduction

Day 3 PowerPoint

Wisconsin RtI Center: www.wisconsinrticenter.org

Wisconsin RtI Framework Training

WI DPI Agenda 2017

WI DPI Response to Intervention: Guiding Document

Strategic Assessment Revisited

3.01a System K-6 Instructional Sort

3.01b K-6 Behavior Chart

3.02a System Level Question Examples

3.02b System Secondary Instructional Sort

3.02c Secondary Behavior Chart

School-wide Process for Responding to Student Need

Reviewing Your Selected and Intensive Levels of Support

Instructional Sort Template (sample)

Classroom Environment: Positive School Culture and Culturally Responsive Practices

 

Equitable Classroom Practices

3.03 Classroom Environment Outline Template

 

 

 

3.04 Equitable Classroom Practices
Self-Assessment

Equitable Classroom Practices Self-Assessment

Culturally Responsive Practices Alignment

Resources for Equitable Classroom Practices

Wisconsin RtI Center:  Culturally Responsive Classroom Practices Homepage

Teaching Tolerance

Teaching Tolerance Anti-bias Framework with Standards/I Can Statements http://goo.gl/AH3bJV

Hollie, Sharroky. (2011). Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Teaching and Learning

Classroom Environment: Procedures/Routines and Physical Space

3.05a 120-Minute Elementary Reading Block

3.05b 90-Minute Elementary Reading Block

3.06 K-5 Example of Universal System Agreed
Practices/Procedures

3.07 Grade 10 Example of Universal System Agreed
Practices/Procedures

3.08 Universal Classroom Environment by
Grade Level (Milwaukee Public Schools)
Grades K-5

3.09 Universal Classroom Environment by Grade Level (Milwaukee Public Schools)
Grades 6-12

Just Read Florida

WI PBIS Network Homepage

WI PBIS Classroom Management Modules

Milwaukee Public Schools Comprehensive Literacy Plan

Environmental Scale for Assessing Implementation Levels (ESAIL)

Analysis and Next Steps

3.10 Universal Reading Implementation
Journey/ Next Steps Template

 

Additional Resources

High Quality Instruction 


Phonological Awareness Literacy Screening

 

Training Surveys:

Marshfield/Abbotsford training:  reading1617.questionpro.com