How Will I Teach Literacy?

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How Will I Teach Literacy? by Mind Map: How Will I Teach Literacy?

1. Provide wide range of literature that students enjoy and ask for; independent and read alouds

1.1. Poems

1.2. Fairytales

1.3. Fiction

1.4. Non-fiction

1.5. Illustrated

1.6. Photographic

1.7. Favorite authors

1.8. Multi-cultural/diverse

1.9. Series

1.10. Chapter books

1.11. Living books/digital resources

2. Speaking

2.1. Purposes

2.1.1. Asking questions

2.1.2. Explaining

2.1.3. Expressing feelings

2.2. Styles

2.2.1. Whisper

2.2.2. Indoor voice

2.2.3. Yippee yell

2.2.4. Sing-song

2.2.5. Rhythmic (props?)

2.3. Articulation

2.4. Oral Story-telling

2.4.1. Retelling

3. Include counting, color, vocabulary and affirmation references in other languages

3.1. Inupiaq (Eskimo)

3.2. Spanish

3.3. Japanese

3.4. Arabic

3.5. French

3.6. Others determined by native-speaking students

4. Integrated learning activities: Individual, partnered, small group, large group

4.1. Writing Instruction

4.1.1. Modeled

4.1.2. Independent

4.1.3. Drawing/Illustrating

4.1.4. Inclusion of sight words

4.1.5. Student choice

4.1.5.1. Content

4.1.5.2. Purpose

4.1.5.3. Audience

4.1.5.4. Tools

4.1.5.4.1. Traditional

4.1.5.4.2. Digi

4.1.6. Provide print-rich environment that includes student contributions

4.1.6.1. Student dictated

4.1.6.2. Content-aligned

4.1.6.3. Literature

4.1.6.4. Directions

4.1.6.5. Labels

4.1.6.6. Prompts

4.1.6.7. Rebus

4.1.6.8. Printed

4.1.6.9. Handwritten

4.2. Centers

4.2.1. Books

4.2.2. Dramatic play

4.2.2.1. House

4.2.2.2. Puppets

4.2.2.3. Dress up

4.2.2.4. Imagination station

4.2.2.5. Recess

4.3. Crafts

4.4. Music

4.5. Exploratory walks

4.5.1. Nature

4.5.2. Content via QR codes

4.6. Recess

5. With partners

5.1. Peers

5.2. Parents

5.3. Buddy class

5.4. Support staff

5.4.1. Aides

5.4.2. Paras

5.4.3. ESOL

5.4.4. Families

5.4.5. Counselor

5.4.6. Tech

5.4.7. OT/PT

6. Integrate content traditionally and digitally: text, video, audio, interactive, skill-builder games

6.1. Embed phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension

6.2. Math

6.3. Science

6.4. History

6.5. Reading

6.6. Creative Arts

7. Listening

7.1. To others

7.1.1. Peers

7.1.2. Teachers

7.1.3. Audio recordings

7.2. To recordings of self

7.3. Develop recall/memory

8. Cognitive

9. Emotional

10. Student reflection

10.1. Journals

10.1.1. Paper

10.1.2. Video

10.2. Peer/teacher feedback

10.3. Parent feedback

10.4. Goal setting

10.5. Sharing with others

10.5.1. Contribution to collaborative summary or resource; class book; video