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Leading Conversation: Key Features of the Literacy Essentials Program

A letter to leaders that explains key differences and their significance between Literacy Essentials and most other programs.

Scheduling Literacy Minutes

An example of how the 2-2.5 hours are divided up and used throughout the school day using first grade Week 14 as the example.

Phonogram List

A list of the 72 Common English Spelling Patterns used in Literacy Essentials with the sounds as the students learn them in the order of frequency of occurence in words.

First Grade Book List

A compilation of books across Lexiles that can be purchased and used for partner practice reading sessions in first grade.

Second Grade Book List

A compilation of books across Lexiles that can be purchased and used for partner practice reading sessions in second grade.

Teacher Observation Sheet

An example observation sheet that highlights key areas within literacy an administrator would be looking for in classrooms using Literacy Essentials.

Question and Answer Flow Checklist Multisyllable

An outline format of the Question and Answer Flow for multisyllable words. It can be used as an observation tool by leaders, or as a planning tool for teachers learning to introduce new spelling vocabulary.

Question and Answer Flow Checklist One Syllable

An outline format of the Question and Answer Flow for simple one syllable words. It can be used as an observation tool by leaders, or as a planning tool for teachers learning to introduce new spelling vocabulary.

Common Pitfalls Implementing Literacy Essentials

A list for administrators of commonly seen issues in schools implementing the Literacy Essentials program.