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Saskatchewan Reads PDF

La Saskatchewan lit PDF

Saskatchewan Reads Big Ideas and Instructional Approaches Adapated for Grades 4 - 8

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Saskatchewan Reads Introductory Webinar Grades 1 - 3 (English) 

Webinar link

 

Saskatchewan Reads is a foundational document for reading instruction in Regina Public Schools. It is an expectation that the principals of Saskatchewan Reads are incorporated into language arts instruction. In support of this expectation, teachers are asked to develop familiarity with Saskatchewan Reads by viewing a 14 minute pre- recorded webinar. This webinar will provide you with an overview of the Saskatchewan Reads document developed by the Provincial Reading Team as a companion document to the Saskatchewan Curriculum to improve reading achievement for students in Grades 1-3.

 

Please contact Kira Fladager – Literacy Coordinator (kira.fladager@rbe.sk.ca ) or Isabelle Campeau – French Language Coordinator (isabelle.campeau@rbe.sk.ca ) if you have any questions or require further clarification on the Saskatchewan Reads document.

 

While viewing the webinar you will need a copy of Saskatchewan Reads. Check out the document online for additional resources and videos https://saskatchewanreads.wordpress.com/


We hope you find this overview valuable as you begin to implement Saskatchewan Reads into your literacy instruction.

 

Live Webinar Archived Thursday, April 16, 2015 - 4:00- 5:00

http://connect.edonline.sk.ca/p54og4kfexh/

 

 

Saskatchewan Reads Extension Opportunities

A number of additional activities are provided to further explore Saskatchewan Reads and to provide opportunities for individuals and school teams to continue to reflect on best practices in reading instruction.  Click HERE for additional opportunities to reflect on:

  • Individual and schoolwide beliefs about reading
  • Oral language
  • Learning and classroom environment
  • Classroom libraries
  • Knowing families and building supportive communities
  • Developing relationships
  • Assessment and evaluation
  • Instructional approaches
  • Intervention
  • General activities

Articles to support the implementation of Saskatchewan Reads: