Get Your Literacy for All Conference Handouts

  • Handouts will be listed by date, then time and session number
  • Not all speakers choose to post handouts online 
  • Many speakers submit handouts closer to the conference date or after the conference
  • Check this page periodically, as handouts will be posted as they are received
  • Internet access is limited at the conference, so it may be difficult to download the handouts on site
  • Please download and print out your handouts then bring them with you to the conference
  • We will not be printing or distributing handouts at the event, though some speakers may provide handouts on site

Handouts by Day

  • Sunday, October 28, 2018

    PC-4 Vinton; Close Reading: What It Is, What It Isn't What It Could Be (Handout)

    PC-5 Duncan; Lessons Too Long? Something's Gone Wrong (Presentation)

  • Monday, October 29, 2018

    LCB-5 Tomlinson; "We Don't Write About Anything": Helping Middle Schoolers Love Literacy (Handout)

    RRC-1 Duncan; Reading Is a Message-Getting-Activity: Are We Doing Everything We Can to Ensure That Children Are Using Meaning and Understanding the Text They Are Reading? (Handout #1) (Handout #2) (Handout #3)

    LCC-7 Aboff; Connecting Educators and Families: Engaging Literacy Strategies and Activities (Grades 3-6) (Presentation)

    LCC-9 Tomlinson; Ten Guidelines for Differentiating Reading and Writing (Handout)

    LCC-16 Schwartz; The Story of Monitoring and Searching in Early Literacy (Grades K-2) (Handout)

    LCC-17 Hall; Teachers Learn By Doing: Lesson Study as Professional Development (Grades PreK-8) (Handout)

    LCC-18 Gentry; The Neuroscience of Word Study: Igniting the Reading Brain (Handout)

    LCD-4 Burkins and Yaris; Jumpstarting Readers When They Plateau: Maximizing Connections Between Shared and Guided Reading (Handout)

    LCD-8 Shubitz; Ignite Your Treaching by Being a Teacher-Writer (Handout)

    LCD-9 Tomlinson; Ten Guidelines for Differentiating Reading and Writing (Repeat) (Handout)

  • Tuesday, October 30, 2018

    LCF-6 Gentry; The Neuroscience of Word Study: Igniting the Reading Brain (Handout)

    LCF-7 Shubitz; Mine Mentor Texts for Powerful Craft Moves (Handout)

    LCF-5 and LCG-4 (Repeat) Burkins and Yaris; Who's Doing the Work? How to Say Less So Students Can Do More (Grades K-5) (Handout)

    LCG-5 Shubitz; Ignite Your Teaching by Being a Teacher-Writer (Handout)

    LCG-19 Walther; Joyful Read-Aloud Experiences: Creating a Caring Classroom (Handout)

    RRG-2 McDermott; Teaching (Only) from Correct and Partially Correct Responding (Handout #1) (Handout #2)

     

Required Texts & Materials

  • Requirements will be listed by date, then time and session number
  • Not all speakers choose to post requirements online 
  • Many speakers submit requirements closer to the conference date.
  • Check this page periodically, as requirements will be posted as they are received
  • Sunday, October 28, 2018

    Fountas, Pinnell; PC-2: What Do You See, So What Will You Say? Making Effective Teaching Decisions in Guided Reading Lessons (Grades K-6)

    Required Texts: Participants are required to bring Fountas & Pinnell Prompting Guide, Part 1 for Oral Reading and Early Writing and Prompting Guide, Part 2 for Comprehension to engage in the experiences of the institute. These are available for purchase prior to the institute if needed. (Heinemann).


    Downend, Sneed, Cooney; PC-1: Creating Inquiry Units of Study for Writers’ Workshop (Grades K-2)

    Required Texts: The Fountas & Pinnell Literacy Continuum (2016, Heinemann). 

  • Monday, October 29, 2018

    Monday, October 29, 2018

    Fountas, Pinnell; LCB-2: Teaching Reading Mini-Lessons: All Roads Lead to Joyful Independent Reading (Grades K-6)

    Required Texts: The Fountas & Pinnell Literacy Continuum (2016, Heinemann). 


    Pimprikar; LCB-11: Fitting It All In! Integration through STEAM and PBL (Grades PreK-K)

    Recommended Materials: Ideally, bring your laptop or IPad. 


    Edelson; LCC-15: Using QR Codes to Enhance Lesson Activities While Motivating Students to Read (Grades PreK-8)

    Recommended Materials: Ideally, bring your laptop or IPad.


    Shubitz; LCD-8: Ignite your Teaching by Being a Teacher-Writer (Grades K-5)

    Required Materials: A Writer's Notebook


    Callahan, Bassett; LCD-11: 21st Century Reading Engagement: Books and Tech say, “I do!” (Grades 3-6) 

    Required Materials: Attendees will need to have an electronic device as our presentation is interactive.

  • Tuesday, October 30, 2018

    Kelly, Yearta; LCF-14: Integrating Digital Literacies for All (Grades PreK-8) 

    Required Materials: Please bring devices and join us to discover easy-to-implement digital technologies to add to your teaching toolbox.


    Koutrakos; LCF-15: Word Wondering: Teaching Vocabulary in Meaningful and Powerful Ways (Grades 3-6)

    Required Texts: Participants should bring 2-4 texts they use with students (read aloud, shared reading, or otherwise).


    Shubitz; LCG-5: Ignite your Teaching by Being a Teacher-Writer (Grades K-5)

    Required Materials: A Writer's Notebook


    Rice, Parone; LCG-15 Creative Coaching (Grades PreK-8)

    Required Materials: A device

Questions
If you have any questions, please contact the Literacy for All Conference team