New Adaptations of Saskatchewan Reads!

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Hello,

It’s been a while since the last post.  A new school year has started and great things are happening in Saskatchewan to support reading!

Below are links to two new resources prepared by Regina Public and Prairie Spirit School Divisions.  These Divisions have both adapted the Saskatchewan Reads documents to support other grade levels.

Regina Public has adapted the Big Ideas of Reading from Saskatchewan Reads to support the Middle Years.

Prairie Spirit has added appendices to reflect what the  Learning & Classroom Environment, Big Ideas of Reading, Assessment and Evaluation, Instructional Approaches, and  Interventions  could look like for K-12.

The Provincial Administrator Reading Team invites you to share how you are using and/or have adapted parts or all of  the Saskatchewan Reads document to support your students.  We also invite you to share any resources you have created as a result of using the Saskatchewan Reads document.  These could include support documents, assessment strategies, sample lessons, videos, etc.

Wish you a great week!
Provincial Administrator Reading Team

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kimHi,

My name is Kim. It is my first year in the role of principal at an elementary school. I want to support literacy at my elementary school but I don’t know where to start. I served as a VP in my previous assignment at a high school . . .

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New Document Posted: Gradual Release of Responsibility Model As It Relates To Math Instruction!

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Hello,

Good Spirit School Division has developed a resource that outlines the gradual release of responsibility model as it relates to math instruction.  This must-read entitled GSSD MATHEMATICS: A guide to instruction is located on the Connecting Saskatchewan Reads to Other Subjects web page.

Enjoy the warm weather!,
Provincial Administrator Reading Team

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kimHi,

My name is Kim. It is my first year in the role of principal at an elementary school. I want to support literacy at my elementary school but I don’t know where to start. I served as a VP in my previous assignment at a high school . . .

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Check Out The New French Immersion Resources for Emergent Literacy

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Hello,

Just a quick note to let you know that new resources for French Immersion on the Saskatchewan lit website have been added to Appendix L – Littératie émergente (Emergent Literacy):

  • Modifiable books for each letter of the alphabet
  • Modifiable writing dictionary for students in Grades 2 and 3

Wish you a great weekend!,
Provincial Administrator Reading Team

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kimHi,

My name is Kim. It is my first year in the role of principal at an elementary school. I want to support literacy at my elementary school but I don’t know where to start. I served as a VP in my previous assignment at a high school . . .

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Another Resource from the April 24th Workshop

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Hello,

Another division-created resource that was shared at the Saskatchewan Reads provincial workshop on April 24 is now posted:

Saskatoon Public Reads for Middle Years

We would like to invite you to submit resources that your Division or First Nation Education Authority has developed to support the topics presented and discussed at the April 24th workshops in Saskatoon and Regina:

  • Connecting Saskatchewan Reads to Other Grades – Early Years, Middle Years, High School
  • Connecting Saskatchewan Reads to Other Subjects
  • Connecting Saskatchewan Reads to Writing

If you would like to share resources you have developed in one or more of these areas please check out the Provincial Sharing section of this website.

Wish you a great long weekend!,
Provincial Administrator Reading Team

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kimHi,

My name is Kim. It is my first year in the role of principal at an elementary school. I want to support literacy at my elementary school but I don’t know where to start. I served as a VP in my previous assignment at a high school . . .

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Resources Posted From April 24th, 2017 Workshop

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Hello,

Some of the division-created resources that were shared at the Saskatchewan Reads provincial workshop on April 24  are now posted:

Wish you a great week!,
Provincial Administrator Reading Team

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kimHi,

My name is Kim. It is my first year in the role of principal at an elementary school. I want to support literacy at my elementary school but I don’t know where to start. I served as a VP in my previous assignment at a high school . . .

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Saskatchewan Reads Research Highlights Exemplary Classroom and Leadership Practices

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Hello,

The Ministry and the leadership of Saskatchewan Reads was interested in the implementation of Saskatchewan Reads. Dr. Jim Jutras conducted a formative research study around the implementation efforts of three school divisions.

The purpose of the study was to:
• determine progress in implementation of Saskatchewan Reads,
• identify the challenges of implementation,
• identify exemplary classroom and leadership practices,
• determine the value and impact of Saskatchewan Reads,
• make recommendations for next steps in implementing Saskatchewan Reads.

There are two versions of the final report of this appreciative research study:

The executive version of the report offers a concise review of the purpose and conduct of the study, its general findings, and recommendations for the next steps of implementation.

An extended version offers a more in-depth discussion of the findings and their connection to the recommendations, as well as additional positive exemplars and sub-recommendations. The extended version will be of most interest to Ministry staff and those who lead school division reading teams.

Rubrics were developed to determine key classroom and leadership practices. These rubrics are for teachers and leaders who wish to use them for reflection and for the self-assessment of their classroom and leadership practices.
We hope that you will explore this study and the associated rubrics to find new ways to ensure our students’ reading success.

This research study offers Saskatchewan educators information and ideas that will assist them in the successful implementation of Saskatchewan Reads. We hope that you will explore this study and the associated rubrics, and find new ways to ensure our students’ reading success.

We thank Dr. Jutras for this work,

Provincial Reading Team
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kimHi,

My name is Kim. It is my first year in the role of principal at an elementary school. I want to support literacy at my elementary school but I don’t know where to start. I served as a VP in my previous assignment at a high school . . .

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School Libraries Support Saskatchewan Reads

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Hello,

The Winter 2017 edition of The Medium published by the Saskatchewan School Library Association (SSLA) includes an article entitled School Libraries Support Saskatchewan Reads.  This thought provoking article invites the reader to critically consider the question:  Could someone walking through a Saskatchewan school library today easily recognize that library as a proponent of Saskatchewan Reads?   Readers are then invited to answer a series of questions to determine the results for their context.

Happy reading!
Provincial Administrator Reading Team

 

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kimHi,

My name is Kim. It is my first year in the role of principal at an elementary school. I want to support literacy at my elementary school but I don’t know where to start. I served as a VP in my previous assignment at a high school . . .

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SASKATCHEWAN READS for Administrators by the Provincial Administrator Reading Team (PART) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at https://saskatchewanreadsforadmin.wordpress.com/.