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#ILAchat: Prep Work


Yesterday, I introduced the ILA definition of Independent Reading and a Green IS and Red IS NOT table for you to consider. (Link)

  1. Study the definition:  How does it match your beliefs?
  2. Read through the “WHY” in this Literacy Daily post from ILA:

3. Read the Literacy Leadership Brief:  “Creating Passionate Readers through Independent Reading” (link)

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4. Review the questions to begin thinking about your responses

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5. Question 4 refers to Dr. Rudine Sims Bishop’s work and you can refresh your understanding here.

6. Follow @juliaerin80, @mrsjjee, and @DulceFlecha.

7. Participate in the #ILAchat!

#ILAchat: Independent Reading


The definition for Independent Reading from ILA

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What does that mean?

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How well does your independent reading align with the definition?

What have you changed or tweaked? 

How has that impacted student reading, especially student joy and passion for reading?

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How can you capitalize on the “Power and the Promise of Independent Reading”?

Please join the chat to share your ideas!

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