5 Ways to Differentiate Assignments & Tasks: Part 2

Part 2 of 2 posts about differentiation and how it is used in the classroom to tier assignments.

First Look, Second Look, Third Look: Close “Reading” with Book Art

Our Senior Literacy Specialist, Jill Eisenberg, models how to teach and practice close reading with art from This Land is My Land by Native American artist George Littlechild.

A Visit With the Open Book Foundation

Author Mark Greenwood and illustrator Frané Lessac visit a school in Washington, DC with An Open Book Children’s Literacy Foundation.

Teaching Cinderella Stories from Around the World

Lee & Low Books is proud to present the Cinderella Around the World series: a collection of five diverse Cinderella books.

How to Compare and Contrast with the Common Core in Kindergarten

Literacy Specialist Jill Eisenberg explains how to compare and contrast two books of similar topic and genre to teach toward the Common Core for Kindergarten.

How to Compare and Contrast with the Common Core in the Third Grade

Literacy expert, Jill Eisenberg, shares a comparison of two books of the same genre and similar topic. She has created sample questions to teach towards and check mastery of each of the big three common core standards categories.

Ten Ways Teachers Can Support Parents and Cultivate Student Success

Our literacy expert shares 10 ways that teachers and other educators can support parents and help cultivate student success.

Integrating Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening in Grades K-1

Literacy Expert Katherine Ali demonstrates how to integrate reading, writing, speaking & listening in grades K-1.

What does close reading look like in Second Grade?

Resident Literacy Expert Jaclyn DeForge discusses how to do a close reading of a second grade level text.

What does close reading look like in First Grade?

Resident Literacy Expert Jaclyn DeForge discusses how to do a close reading of a first grade level text.

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