Literacy scholar Maryann Manning together with Nationally Board Certified teachers Deborah Camp and Gayle Morrison bring new energy, efficiency, and effectiveness into the 60-90-minute literacy block with a flexible 3-part framework that supports intentional teaching, peer interactions, and independent engagement. The authors provide an in-depth explanation of the framework and devote separate chapters to showing what a literacy block looks like at each grade level, K–3. Additionally, they share assessment tools, guidelines for classroom organization and management, strategy lessons, foundational research, and more than 80 reproducibles. For use with Grades K-3.
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Maryann Manning was an elementary classroom teacher for 12 years before joining the faculty of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where she has served as a Professor of Elementary Education for more than 20 years, specializing in literacy development. For many years, she was also a Teaching Editor of Teaching K-8. She is the author of several books including Theme Immersion: Inquiry-Based Curriculum in Elementary and Middle Schools and Scientific Reading Assessment.
Deborah Camp was a special education teacher, elementary teacher, middle school teacher, and reading coach for 16 years. She currently serves as the Director of Elementary Curriculum, Teaching, and Technology for Hoover City Schools in Hoover, Alabama. She was among of the first 900 teachers in the nation to achieve National Board Certification and was the Alabama Elementary State Teacher of the Year in 1998. Deborah has presented at IRA, ASCD, NCTM, and NCTE conferences and has published articles in professional journals.
Gayle Morrison has been an inner city primary classroom teacher and literacy coach for 25 years. She has spoken at numerous IRA and NCTE conferences and has presented many professional development workshops throughout the United States. Thousands of teachers have visited Gayle's classroom. She is frequently sought after to share her ideas about teaching reading and has written numerous articles for professional journals. She was the first National Board Certified Teacher in the Birmingham City Schools.
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