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*Great for Math & Science (lessons and interactive activities!) K-12
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*Spelling & Writing as well
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When reviewing curricula for Tier I instruction, it is essential to ensure they do not include instructional practices that are not aligned with the scientific evidence base of how children learn to read.
The Curriculum Evaluation Guidelines are designed to highlight any non-aligned practices, or “red flags,” that may be present in the areas of:
- Word Recognition
- Language Comprehension
- Reading Comprehension
The purpose of this lesson is to explore writing a personal narrative.
-YouTube videos to support DLC ELA Grade 2: Unit 1 Lesson 12 - Writing a Personal Narrative: prewriting, first draft, revising, editing, publishing
-Handouts: Example of Personal Narrative, Planning Personal Narrative, Draft (personal narrative), First Draft (personal narrative), Revise and Edit (personal narrative), Final Copy – Personal Narrative
The purpose of this lesson is to explore the characteristics of a good sentence.
-YouTube video to support DLC ELA Grade 2: Unit 1 Lesson 1 - What is a Sentence?
HO-3 - Find the Sentence
HO-4 - Write a Sentence
The purpose of this lesson is to explore how to write a friendly letter.
-YouTube video to support DLC ELA Grade 2: Unit 1 Lesson 2 - How to Write a Friendly Letter
HO-6 - Friendly Letter Draft
HO-7 - Friendly Letter Revision and Editing Questions
HO-8 - Good Copy Letter
The purpose of this lesson is to explore how to write a name poem.
-YouTube video to support DLC ELA Grade 2: Unit 1 Lesson 5 - Writing a Name Poem
The purpose of this lesson is to explore doing a research project.
YouTube video to support DLC ELA Grade 2: Unit 3 Lesson 2 - Research
HO-3 KWL Chart on Beavers
HO-4 Research Sources
HO-5 Animal Research Graphic Organizer
The purpose of this lesson is to explore the use of similes and writing shape poems.
HO-1 Simile Unit 4
HO-2 Shape Poems Unit 4
The purpose of this lesson is to provide graphic organizers to support students in writing an adventure story.
HO-19 Planning an Adventure Story Unit 4
HO-20 Adventure Story DRAFT Unit 4
HO-21 Adventure Story Final-Polished Copy Unit 4
This resource includes 5 videos for each of 5 weeks to assist students in developing writing trait skills in the following areas:
**Please note: Conventions is embedded throughout
These 4 point rubric exemplars were developed to provide a consistent and common resource that aligns with the Saskatchewan curriculum and provide opportunities for transfer of responsibility between educator and student. These rubrics are designed to be edited by educator and student.
This site offers games, activities and resources in the following categories:
These rubric exemplars were developed to provide a consistent and common resource that aligns with the Saskatchewan curriculum and provide opportunities for transfer of responsibility between educator and student. These rubrics are designed to be edited by educator and student.
This resource provides seven rubrics - one for each of the 6+1 Traits of Writing: Ideas, Organization, Voice, Word Choice, Sentence Fluency, Conventions, and Presentation. The rubrics contain both a description of what would be expected to earn that mark, as well as a student sample.
These tasks, rubrics, and exemplars support high quality instruction and assessment practices.
A learning app for kids 2-7 years old.
Focussed on the whole child, interactive, fun, engaging, and free.
An adaptive path or independent learning path are available.
Calldecott winning author Laura Vaccaro has compiled a free set of literacy resources to go along with her books which educators are free to print and share. These resources would support literacy in both reading and comprehending, as well as creating and responding to text. Most of the books are available to read online, or could be read aloud as part of a video shared with families. The resources to accompany the books are printable, so may be supportive of those families with less access or familiarity with technology