Recommended Kindergarten Curriculum Framework
Content: READING -- Kindergarten
Topic: 4 Types of Reading (Weeks 32-36)Content
(What do your students needto KNOW?)
(What do your students need tobe able to DO?)
(How will you assess whatyour students ALREADYKNOW, and assess WHATTHEY’VE LEARNED?)
(HOW will you teach it?)
(What MATERIALS will youneed?)
(How will you reachthe DIVERSITY of learners?)
(How will youintegrate OTHERCONTENT AREASinto LITERACYcore content?)
Review all 4 types of readingLiterary,Practical/Workplace,Informational, andPersuasive.
It is essential to refer tothe attached skillspages, which addressreading skills that aretaught and appliedacross all types of reading. Instructionshould be based onstudent’s needs, asdetermined throughongoing assessments.These encompass allreading skillsaddressed in CoreContent and Program of Studies.
Students make senseof the variety of materials theyread.
Show interest by listeningto and/or reading amulticultural variety of printmaterials
Exhibit fluency in reading
Choose print materials for personal interest both inand out of school.
Select and use appropriateprint materials (e.g.,informative) for a variety of purposes (e.g., pleasure,information and practicalapplication).
Relate reading experiencesto life situations.
Use a variety of strategies(e.g., prior knowledge,predict, question,summarize) to constructmeaning.
Ongoing assessments -
PhonologicalAwareness SkillsTest (PAST) or DIBELS
Review of all 4 types of reading (Weeks 32-36):
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