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Family Literacy Night

By Lynsey Burkins

“Mrs. Burkins! Mrs. Burkins! Last night was magical. My mom loved our family reading night.” Brayden, age 8

Holding a family literacy night can provide a meaningful experience for students as well as their families. It is a unique way to bring families into the reading lives of their children. One key to success is to get students involved in the planning for the event, as well as the execution. That participation and buy-in means the students have ownership of the event and creates a rich and satisfying experience. What follows is a description of a virtual family literacy night, planned and executed with my third-grade class.

Hopewell Elementary is located in a suburb outside of Columbus, Ohio. The school opened in the fall of 2020 to over 600 students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade. Hopewell Elementary is unique in that it opened during a pandemic year, with students that came from four other elementary schools. The staff and students were challenged by the need to build a community when distance learning was a requirement. The school prides itself on strong parent and community partnerships. According to the student social emotional data collected in 2021, students feeling a sense of belonging and acceptance is one of Hopewell Elementary’s greatest accomplishments since its inception.

Meet Classroom 205

Classroom 205 is located on the second floor of Hopewell Elementary and has 18 third grade students. There are 13 students who use the he/him pronouns, and five students who use the she/her pronouns. Seven students identify with having more than one language that is regularly spoken at home. Six students have identified with being born in countries other than the United States of America.

The class members have chosen to see themselves as a “family community.” This choice came about during Week Five of the school year, when a new student arrived to our class. During their morning talking circles, students were talking about how to greet a new student. One student said, “We can say ‘welcome to the family.’” From that moment on, the students referred to our class as a family.

Classroom 205’s Reading Journey

The readers in classroom 205 have spent the school year thus far getting to know themselves as readers by studying books they like to read, authors who they enjoy, places they like to read, ways that books make them feel, and stories they love hearing. This exploration of identity has allowed students to get to know themselves and each other as readers in one community. It has allowed students to bring their family reading histories in, and to listen to the histories of fellow students.

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I introduced students to a reading/book website called Bookelicious —to get to know books that match our unique identities and help us to keep track of books and stories we really enjoy. Students learned that this website could help them make lists of books they want to read, and also get ideas of books that might speak to their hearts. One feature on the Bookelicious website is the ability to create Bookmojis, which are avatars that we design for ourselves and reflect our unique likes and interests. It turned out that this website was instrumental in the idea of hosting a virtual family reading night.

Classroom 205’s Virtual Family Reading Night

In mid-September parents in room 205 attended a virtual curriculum night. This night was designed for parents to have time to get to know the teacher, curriculum, and flow of the school year. I took this time to introduce parents to the organization Bring Me a Book as their classroom sponsor, and to Bookelicious as the vehicle in which students would engage with book selection and reading identity work. Multiple parents cheered when they learned about Bring Me a Book sponsoring the classroom for the year. I shared what the partnership will look like: Students will help plan three family reading nights, students will get to pick out six books for their home libraries, and students will get to help facilitate book conversations with their families. One parent said, “Wow this seems like a dream.”

The first family night was scheduled in October. The students used their talking circle time in the morning to think about ideas and plan for the event. Many students said things like, “My mom works at night,” “I don’t know if my family can come after school,” “Can it be before school?” “My family can’t come before school,” and so on. Students expressed interest in finding a way to involve all families. One student suggested that maybe we ask our families for a good time then try to find one time.

Together the class and I crafted an email that went home to families asking for their opinions on times. From the responses, we discovered that there would be no way at this time that everyone would be included. Families were worried about specific times of days to meet and also meeting during the pandemic. One student suggested that we could do it on google meet. That led to my suggesting that we have a virtual family night, in which each family could decide what time worked best for them. The students agreed with the plan.

Getting Organized

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We knew that, in order to have a successful reading night, students would have to be excited and invested in running the family night at home. So I conducted a series of mini-lessons during our reading workshop to help prepare students for their roles in the virtual family reading night. The focus of the first night was for students to teach their parents how to make a bookmoji, a personal reading avatar, on Bookelicious. This was something that brought each student so much joy. Students had to think about a lot of things, like: How to ask their family when a good time was to do the virtual family night? What was a good place in their home to do it? Do they need to borrow a Chromebook™?

After students thought about the logistics, then they had to think about practicing their expertise on Bookelicious. They thought about different questions: Do I remember how to log in and find where to build the bookmoji? Can I show my family how to find different parts to add to the bookmoji? What will I point out to my family for them to notice? Can I show my family how to add books to the wishlist?

Once students practiced with partners, they had to think about how they would share their reading identities with their family members, in order to add books to their wishlist as a family. They considered issues such as: What books do I like? What stories might my family like? What am I excited about reading right now? Students spent time practicing so that they felt prepared to host their own family reading night. As a classroom family they picked a week in which everyone would try to host their reading night.

As students began to host their family events, they would come to school and say things like:

“Hey guys, have you done yours yet? Look at my dad’s bookmoji!”

“My sister wants to do this in her class. She made two bookmojis!”

“I love the books we picked out…look!”

“I can’t wait to get our books and read them together. My brother helped, too!”

Sixteen out of 18 families have experienced the virtual family reading night. The next reading night will not be a virtual one; it will take place at the community library. Each family will receive a copy of, Our Favorite Day of the Year by A. E. Ali and Rahele Jomepour Bell, one month prior to the family night. Students will create reflection questions to use with their families while reading the book at home. During the Family Reading Night at the library families will get a chance to share their experiences with the book and participate in a shared art experience. Librarians will be on hand to talk about the benefits of library cards, and to assist with signing families up for their library card. The goal is to gather families around a shared text and engage in a shared family reading experience as a Classroom 205 reading family.

© 2022 Lynsey Burkins

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Transcript: We've all heard that literacy is to be able to read and write. To paraphrase the NCTE, "Literacy has always been a collection of cultural and communicative practices shared among a community. The 21st century demands that a literate person possess a wide range of abilities and competencies, many literacies." We need today's students to perform a wide range of complex, diverse, real-world tasks. Here are some examples showing how your student's ELA teachers are working to diversify your child's literacy for the 21st Century. Collaborative Learning through Self Paced Centers. Students of today need to work both collaboratively and independently. Through self-paced learning centers, students work with a partner to complete several small lessons while managing their own time over several days. They experience a variety of lesson types including manipulatives, technology, and traditional paper and pencil tasks. Studies have shown, again and again, children are more likely to read when they have choices. Literature circles are small groups of students reading and responding to the same piece of literature. This environment promotes accountability and collaboration while allowing students to read something of interest to them. Another new arrival to the ELA department is the use of mentor texts, particularly picture books to model great writing. Not only are picture books engaging and non-threatening to a striving reader, they are packed with the types of quality literature we need to be reading and emulating. We've researched some of the best mentor texts available, and each of these ELA teachers has written a gourmet lesson to reinforce reading and writing skills in all levels. What Families Can Do... Year after year, we hear "read with your kids". That common sense advice just cannot be understated. But that's not all... Encourage your student to keep a book with them at all times. You never know when they'll be stuck somewhere "unplugged" Encourage your kids to read to each other, even if some of it is "made-up" Turn on the closed caption option on your TV. Reading while hearing creates special connections in your brain. Be open-minded about reading material. Graphic novels, comics, blogs, cookbooks, manuals, magazines all get kids to the ultimate goal of being lifelong learner. Model. Let your kids see you read. By the SJH ELA Department Mentor Texts Literature Circles Picture Books as Mentor Texts w What is 21st Century Literacy? Literacy Night

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Transcript: 1 m 2 p b Y g X F We will be completing a research lesson tonight. What is Research? E Add more content here Next Topic Present all the details Add More Slides D Life is an Open Book.. Ready to Turn the Next Page? C A Perfect Template for Various Topics: A Perfect Template for Various Topics: B "There is no friend as loyal as a book." - Ernest Hemingway "So many books, so little time." - Frank Zappa "Don't read books. Make prezis!" - Author A Thank you! Welcome to First Grade's Literacy Night! Please find a seat Welcome to First Grade's Literacy Night! Please find a seat

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Transcript: Writing an opinion about a book he or she has read, using important details from the materials to support that opinion Diagraphs Building words by phonemes Questions? Why should I read with my child at home? Writing stories that include a short sequence of events and include a clear beginning, middle, and end Determining the lesson or moral of stories, fables, and folktales Blends The Path to Being a Successful Reader Paying close attention to details, including illustrations and graphics, in stories and books to answer who, what, where, when, why, and how questions Participating in shared research projects (e.g., read books on a single topic to produce a report) Using text features (e.g., captions, bold print, indexes) to locate key facts or information efficiently Common Core Literacy Some questions to ponder: Which student would you expect to read better? Which students would you expect to know more? Which student would you expect to write better? Which student would you expect to have a better vocabulary? Which student would you expect to be more successful in school and in life? ELA Common Core Thank you for coming! Producing, expanding, and rearranging sentences (e.g., “The boy watched the movie”; “The little boy watched the movie”; “The action movie was watched by the little boy”) What is a phoneme? Exploring with Letterland boards... Taking part in conversations by linking his or her comments to the remarks of others and asking and answering questions to gather additional information or deepen understanding of the topic Student A reads 20 minutes a night, 5 times per week; Student B reads only 4 minutes a night or not at all! Step 1: Multiply minutes a night by 5 times every week. Student A reads 20 minutes x 5=100 minutes per week. Student B reads 4 minutes x 5=20 minutes per week. Step 2: Multiply minutes a week by 4 times every month. Student A reads 100 minutes x 4=400 minutes per month. Student B reads 20 minutes x 4=80 minutes per month. Step 3: Multiply minutes a month by 9 months (a school year). Student A reads 3,600 minutes in a school year. Student B reads 720 minutes in a school year. By the end of 6th grade, if both students continue these same reading habits: Student A will read for a total of 60 school days. Student B will read for a total of 12 school days. One would expect the gap of information retained will have widened considerably and so, undoubtedly, will school performance. How do you think student B will feel about himself/herself as a student? Retelling key information or ideas from media or books read aloud

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Transcript: How to help at home Nonsense Word Fluency (NWF) Why did my child's score drop? 2nd Grade Goal: Students should be at or above level M at the end of the year test. Students take mClass at the: Beginning of the year (September) Middle of the year (January) End of the year (April) They take it three times each year to show growth. cause effect explain key ideas summarize cad How will teachers use this data? reasons specific support feature information Students read 3 passages in all and their score is the average from all 3. Text Reading and Comprehension Literal: What did the second pig build his house with? Inference: Why are the pigs scared? Critical: Why is the brick house the strongest? Creative: If you were one of the pigs, what would you make your house with and why? problem solution setting different chart Play around with letter sounds and word families with your child. "What word would I make if I switched the "a" in cat with "u"? "I spy a word that has an "i" sound in the middle and a "t" at the end. "How many real and nonsense words can you make that end in "ap"? What kind of questions should I ask my child after reading? Tips for Home http://bitcast-a.v1.o1.sjc1.bitgravity.com/wgen/TRC_DEMO_2011/player.html Levels PC - E What does it test? It tests the student's ability to accurately read and comprehend "authentic text" = stories/books 1. The student picks a book. 2. The student reads the book out loud while the teacher keeps a running record. 3. The student reads the story again. 4. The student retells the story and gets a score of 1 - 4. 5. The teacher asks 5 oral questions (2 literal, 1 inference, 1 critical, and 1 creative). Why Nonsense Words? sight words and high-frequency words Nonsense words are used to make sure students are truly identifying letter sounds, rather than just remembering words they already know. : mCLASS We can see if a child needs support in fluency, phonics, or comprehension. What does it test? NWF tests how quickly the student can read nonsense words. What does it test? The DORF tests: Accuracy - End of year goal: 97% words read correctly Fluency - End of year goal: 87 words read per minute Retell Students have to read the word within 3 seconds or it is marked incorrect. If the student does not read the word at all, it's marked incomplete. Students read 24 words on list B. If the student gets at least 15 correct, they move onto list C. Only students who did not read at least 15 words on list C are tested again at the middle and end of the year. Written Comprehension Read the same things more than once to build fluency. Practice retelling and sequencing. 1. Student reads aloud from a passage. 2. The teacher stops the student when one minute is up and takes away the passage. 3. Students are asked to retell what they just read. 4. The teacher counts how many words they say about the story and then scores the retell 1-3 based on how many details were given. Read fiction and nonfiction books. Practice asking explicit and implicit questions. Don't dumb down your vocabulary. The questions are harder than you think. Teach strategies: use beginning sounds (get your mouth ready) use pictures to guess chunk words Practice sight words 2nd Grade only takes this test at the beginning of the year. It tests two things: Can they student read the whole word correctly? (WWR = whole words read) Goal: 13 correct words/minute Can the student read the correct sounds? (CLS = Correct Letter Sounds) Goal: 54 correct sounds/minute Level F - U 1. The students picks a book. 2. The student reads the book out loud while the teacher keeps a running record. 3. The teacher asks 5 oral questions (2 literal, 1 inference, 1 critical, and 1 creative). 4. The teacher gives the student to written questions on a worksheet. 5. The student must read the questions and answer them independently. They may use the book. How to help at home End of 2nd Grade Goal = M PC: Print Concepts RB: Reading Behaviors B - K: far below proficient L: below proficent M to N: Green - proficient O and up: above proficient mCLASS®Reading 3D™ is an "observational reading assessment software" A collection of tests One-on-one with teacher Uses iPad Student reads aloud Determines the reading level of each student using different types of tests cat *All cvc or vc words Students answer 2 written comprehension questions. Teachers cannot give any help (no directions, no words). We cannot take the average of the two scores. We must take the lowest of the 2. Some questions may have a graphic organizer. Spelling and handwriting are not scored. 0 = No Understanding: These answers did NOT answer the question at all. 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Transcript: Literacy Night 9-22-11 Literacy groups are organized according to reading levels. Students reading on same levels are placed in a group together so we can better serve individual needs. EL Groups focus on reading strategies. GR Groups focus on comprehension and fluency. See Before, During and After Reading Strategies handout. Students should study the 100 word list to help with fluency. See the list of Word Work Activities you can do at home. Benchmarks for 1st Grade *Beginning of year - EL 4 *Middle of year - EL 8 *End of year - EL 18 How do students check out books for Reading Logs? 3 Finger Rule Students open to any page in book. If they have trouble with more than 3 words, it isn't "Just Right" and they should put it back. Reading logs should be completed by students every night, after reading for 15-20 minutes. Any questions??? Thank you for coming! We appreciate all your help and support!

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Transcript: Reading: Three Types Format: multiple choice open-response (short answer ) Types of Questions: directly stated inference (the act of reasoning and drawing conclusions using factual knowledge or evidence from the text) connections (personal opinion, connections to experience) Informational Text found in a variety of sources including - newspapers, magazines, non-fiction books the purpose is to inform, educate, instruct, and entertain Literary Text found in a variety of sources including – short stories, magazine articles, and poetry the purpose is to instruct, enlighten, entertain, and to stimulate thought for the reader Graphical Text found in a variety of sources including – maps, graphs, charts, schedules, drawings, and instructions Multiple choice questions organization of ideas; sentence and paragraph structure; conventions Two short writing tasks six lines each based on your response to set prompts Two long writing tasks news report (1 page), supported opinion (2 pages) The test consists of two 75 minute sessions. You will complete Booklet 1 during the first session and Booklet 2 during the second session. At the end of each session, the booklet will be sealed and collected. You will have a 15 minute break between sessions. 1. Work carefully and steadily. If you have time at the end of each section, review your work. For the writing pieces, check for spelling and grammar errors. 2. Each section/booklet of the test will include one of the four writing tasks. Be sure to allow enough time for these tasks. 3. In the reading selections, be sure you answer fully enough. Remember - aim to fill the space provided. 4. For the multiple choice questions, make sure your choice is clearly indicated. Choose only one answer. 5. If you do not know an answer, provide your best guess. Do not leave any question blank. 6. For the multi-paragraph opinion piece, write at least three paragraphs. Remember to use transitions. Also, remember that this is the ONLY writing piece which asks for your opinion. 7. For the news story, use the lead paragraph and inverted triangle structure studied in class. The lead paragraph must answer who, what, where, when, how, and, if appropriate, why. Be sure to include comments from people involved or reliable witnesses. Remember that a good reporter stays completely out of the story. "The Star asked Mr. Smith..." 8. Spelling and grammar do count in the writing selections. Write carefully. 9.Read instructions carefully. Underline the key points to remember in the question. Use a highlighter. 10. In the past, students have been unsuccessful on the test because they did not follow instructions or they ran out of time. Reading Questions How Can I Prepare? Our Goals The OSSLT is a provincial test of reading and writing. It is a mandated test for all high school students in Ontario. The OSSLT is administered to all Grade 10 students in the province. The OSSLT is one of the most important tests students will write in their high school career. This is because a pass is required before student can achieve their high school diploma. Writing Questions What Does the Test Look Like Preparing for the OSSLT What Will You Need Read over your Literacy Reference Book (Red) Visit the EQAO home page to access sample questions and actual student responses: www.eqao.com What is the OSSLT? Tips

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Perfect for Family Literacy Nights and as an Online Resource for Parents

Research-based and developed with reading specialists, Bruce Johnson, M.Ed., and Dorothy Taguchi, Ph.D.

To help promote parent engagement in reading with their children, we have created several interactive presentations or “workshops,” which we are making available for download or streaming at no cost to schools and districts. If you or a person in your organization would like to do the presentations yourself, we provide everything you need in the download: there are PowerPoint Presentations, Handouts for the participants, and comprehensive Presenter’s Guides. Or, if you’d prefer, there are two streaming videos available, which you are welcome to use at any time for teachers or parents in your district.

All of the downloadable workshop presentations can be easily tailored to your audience and desired length of time. And, while these presentations are primarily designed for parents, they can also be great workshops for classroom teachers and literacy tutors!

There are two versions of the Reading Together workshop presentation available as a streaming video. You can stream the videos from this page or from YouTube. More information on this is below.

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Reading Together and We Both Read®

These two mini-workshop presentations (30 to 45 minutes each) will motivate parents to get more involved in reading with their children and teach them skills they can use to maximize the benefits of reading together.

The first workshop covers best practices in reading together. Parents will learn why reading together is important, three styles of reading together (choral reading, echo reading, and shared reading), skills to use when reading to their child, and skills to use when their child is reading to them.

The second workshop covers books specifically designed for reading together, focusing primarily on use of the We Both Read series. This section includes information on how to maximize the benefits of using We Both Read and offers parents an opportunity to practice using the books.

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Starting Off Right with Phonemic Awareness and Phonics

For presentations to parents, there are two mini-workshops, one focusing on phonemic awareness and one focusing on phonics skills (Length: about 45 minutes to 1 hour each). A longer and more comprehensive version, combining both workshops, is included for presentation to classroom teachers and teachers’ aides.

The phonemic awareness presentation focuses on verbal games and activities parents can do to help prepare their children for reading. Parents will learn how to help their child develop the ability to hear, identify, segment, and blend the individual sounds in spoken words.

The phonics presentation focuses on the relationship between sounds and letters and how to blend letter sounds together to decode written words. Parents will learn simple games and activities they can do anytime with their child to reinforce phonics skills in reading.

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Helping Your Child Get Ready to Read

This interactive presentation is designed to let parents know what they can do to help their children be better prepared for reading instruction. An ideal time to present this in the first half of kindergarten or before formal reading instruction begins.

The first section of the presentation focuses on reading to your child, as well as fun activities to do with your child to help develop phonemic awareness. The workshop presentation not only shows how important it is to read to your child but also covers how parents can maximize the benefits for their child.

The second section of the presentation includes fun activities to help your child learn the names and sounds of the letters in the alphabet. It also includes how parents can begin to introduce reading together activities, even with children who are prereaders.

Each section can be presented in about 30 minutes. Please note that much of the material in this presentation is covered in the other two workshop presentations above. However, this presentation is tailored specifically to parents of prereaders.

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Home literacy activities for children grades k to age 8/grade 3, parents use reading and writing in their daily activities.

  • Children reread their favorite stories.
  • Parents allow children to select stories to be read during story time (Otto, 2007).
  • Parents listen attentively when children start to read aloud from their chosen books.
  • Parents answer children’s questions about reading.
  • Parents should point out important words when reading to children.
  • Parents take children to libraries regularly.
  • Parents should introduce several writing materials such as pencils, pens, notebooks, stationery and a wide forms of papers to children (McGee & Richgels, 1996).
  • Parents encourage children to scribble notes.
  • Parents must help children with difficult letters and words as requested.
  • Parents should write down children’s dictation using the exact words as used by children. No correction for grammar or choices of words is necessary. This would allow children to understand the relationship between spoken and written words.

Parents use reading and writing in their daily activities

Parents engage children in frequent conversations – children grades K to Age 8/Grade 3

  • Parents ensure that children develop positive, nurturing relationships with adults and have better opportunities to initiate and engage in conservations.
  • Parents focus on helping children to rephrase and extend their words during conversation.
  • Parents model complex words and explain vocabularies.
  • Parents ensure that children narrate their experiences and important issues.
  • Children tour a community and ask lots of questions, make comments and discuss issues to expand their vocabulary.

Parents engage children in frequent conversations - children grades K to Age 8/Grade 3

Parents engage children in frequent book sharing – children grades K to Age 8/Grade 3

  • Parents encourage children to share and work with the same books.
  • P- parent starts the discussion about a book;
  • E – parent evaluates the child’s response;
  • E – parent expands the child’s response;
  • R – parent repeats the first question to ensure that the child understands (Burns, Griffin & Snow, 1999, p. 52).
  • Parents ask children to relate the book with real-life experiences e.g., do you have any idea of who does that?
  • Parents ask open-ended questions to initiate discussions.

Parents engage children in frequent book sharing - children grades K to Age 8/Grade 3

Home Literacy Activities for children from Birth to Age 5/Pre-K

  • Parents support babies when working on rhymes or narrating favorite parts of stories.
  • Babies use reading materials that contain rhymes, repetition and rhythms.
  • Parents choose books that relate to babies’ experiences and demonstrate those relationships.
  • Parents read to babies individually or in a small group.
  • Parents frequently read to babies.
  • Parents should stop reading before toddlers lose interests.
  • Parents may hold babies while reading to them.

Home Literacy Activities for children from Birth to Age 5/Pre-K

Reading & Writing – children from Birth to Age 5/Pre-K

  • Parents could provide a wide range of writing materials, such as crayons, markers, and large sheets of paper.
  • Parents encourage children to draw, label, and color pictures.
  • Parents share colorful reading materials, cardboard, picture books, and other attractive reading and writing materials with babies.

Reading & Writing - children from Birth to Age 5/Pre-K

Parents engage children in frequent conversations – children from Birth to Age 5/Pre-K

  • Parents should use simple language when talking to babies.
  • Establish eye contact with babies.
  • Parents should respond to babies’ cues and language learning (Burns et al., 1999).
  • Parents may talk to babies during baths, when eating, driving or conducting other normal routines.
  • Parents can also sing and encourage children to join them.

Parents engage children in frequent conversations - children from Birth to Age 5/Pre-K

Parents engage children in frequent book sharing – children from Birth to Age 5/Pre-K

  • Parents encourage babies to share books and other reading and learning materials.
  • Parents support babies’ attempts to label pictures and explain events and activities in a book.
  • Parents ask babies open-ended questions to facilitate book discussions e.g., who is in this book and what is he doing?
  • Babies explain and name items in a book.

Parents engage children in frequent book sharing - children from Birth to Age 5/Pre-K

Parents encourage children’s early literacy explorations

  • Parents facilitate oral language development when children respond to book contents and written marks they create.
  • Parents should encourage children to “read” their preferred story books by themselves and reenacting pictures and stories.
  • Parents are supportive in exploring literacy activities with their children.
  • Parents read aloud to their children and interact with them through social conversation.
  • Children read aloud and discuss their stories with parents.
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Family Literacy Night. Wednesday, March 26 th, 2014. PERFORMANCE 6:30 – 7:00 Performance I Kindergarten, 1 st and 2 nd Grade Only 7:00 – 7:15 Intermission Departure/Arrival of students & families 7:15 – 7:45 Performance II 3 rd 4 th and 5 th Grade Only

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Family Literacy Night Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 • PERFORMANCE • 6:30 – 7:00 Performance IKindergarten, 1st and 2nd Grade Only • 7:00 – 7:15 IntermissionDeparture/Arrival of students & families • 7:15 – 7:45 Performance II 3rd 4th and 5th Grade Only • @St. Perpetua School Library • DINNER • 6:00 – 7:00pm Dinner @ Café, • seating in 8th grade classroom • Dinner includes: • Burrito (beef, chicken or bean) • Chips & homemade guacamole • Rice & black beans • Homemade dessert • Beverage • YOUNG AUTHOR BOOKSwill be on display ALL FAMILIES RSVP by Friday, March 21st so that we have enough seating. Contact Stacey Hinton with questions at [email protected] ALL FAMILIES please RSVP by Friday, March 21st Family Name______________________ Number of Attendees:______ Which performance will your family attend? [check all that apply] ____Performance I ____Performance II If you plan to join us for dinner, submit payment with your RSVP. Number of dinners ($7 each)________ x $7.00 = Total $____________

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  • Reading Terminology
  • Phonological Awareness a series of skills ranging from easy to difficult which includes spoken
  • words, syllables, rhyming, and phonemes
  • Phonemes individual sounds
  • Print Concepts/Reading Behaviors what a child knows about books and print
  • Fluency reading with flow and expression for the purpose of comprehension
  • Strategies behaviors used when reading
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  • typically developing child at his/her grade level.
  • mCLASS/DIBELS assessments given three times a year
  • Text Reading Comprehension (TRC) a teachers record of a childs oral reading and oral and
  • Phonological Awareness Skills Sequence
  • Phonological Awareness includes a series of skills, ranging from easy to difficult.
  • The main components include
  • 1. Concept of Spoken Word (sentence segmentation)
  • The ability to distinguish words in a sentence
  • Example I like apples. (three words)
  • The ability to recognize rhyme, complete rhyme, and produce rhyme
  • Examples Does pick rhyme with stick?
  • Complete this rhyme Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall.
  • Humpty Dumpty had a great ____.
  • What word rhymes with ball?
  • 3. Syllables
  • The ability to blend, segment, and delete syllables
  • Examples Foot-ball together says football
  • Clap the parts in rainbow. (two claps)
  • Say out side without side. (out)
  • 4. Phonemes
  • The ability to recognize initial and final sounds in words
  • Print Concepts/Reading Behaviors
  • Front of the book
  • Back of the book
  • Title of the book
  • Where to begin reading, first word
  • Left-to-right directionality, return sweep
  • One letter, two letters
  • Nation-wide incentive for all students to graduate high school
  • college and career ready.
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  • Reading and writing is grounded in evidence from text.
  • Regular practice with complex text and academic vocabulary.
  • Increased rigor and grade level expectations/benchmarks
  • Students who spend time reading at home do better in school.
  • The more students read, the better readers they become.

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FINNEAS and Billie Eilish accept the award for Best Music (Original Song) for "No Time to Die" onstage during the 94th Oscars at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on March 27, 2022.

This long awards season will come to an end on Sunday (March 10) when the 2024 Oscars are presented at the Dolby Theatre at Ovation Hollywood. Oppenheimer is expected to be the night’s big winner, with eight or so awards. Barbie didn’t get as much awards season love as expected, but it is likely to finish second on the night with two Oscars . No other film is expected to win more than one award, though there are often surprises.

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Becky G will perform “The Fire Inside” from Flamin’ Hot . It will be her second performance, but her first in the solo spotlight. She was one of eight artists featured on “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” from Encanto two years ago. That song wasn’t nominated, but it was a No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 for five consecutive weeks, so Oscar producers booked the performance anyway. (They’re no dummies.)

Ryan Gosling is set to perform “I’m Just Ken” from Barbie in tandem with the song’s co-writers, Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt . It will be Gosling’s first Oscar performance. He and Emma Stone declined to perform the nominated “City of Stars” from La La Land (the eventual winner) seven years ago.

If it seems like the presenters list is especially long this year, and includes an oddly high percentage of past Oscar winners, you’re on to something. The Oscars will revive a presentation tactic last used 15 years ago in which five former winners in each of the four acting categories will individually pay tribute to this year’s nominees and then award this year’s winners, in effect welcoming them to the club.

Ariana Grande and Cynthia Erivo , the stars of the upcoming Wicked , were both announced as presenters. It would not be a surprise if they did something together.

The Oscars have not yet announced who will perform in the In Memoriam spot.

Raj Kapoor is executive producer and showrunner. Molly McNearney and Katy Mullan are also executive producers. Hamish Hamilton is directing the show. Rickey Minor is music director.

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Ryan Gosling with Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt, “I’m Just Ken” from Barbie

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Al Pacino speaks onstage during the 96th Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on March 10, 2024 in Hollywood, California.

Al Pacino skipped over quite a few steps before announcing Oppenheimer as the best picture winner at the Oscars 2024.

The actor took the stage at the awards ceremony to present the top prize of the night. As is tradition, announcers usually name all of the nominees before announcing who will be taking home the award.

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Not including the recount of all the films up for best picture takes away some of the suspense of the award, as well as the projects’ final chance to get the recognition they deserve for being nominated for the highest honor in Hollywood.

Users on social media took issue with the names of the other nominees being left out. One wrote on X (formerly Twitter), “Wish Al would have read all of the nominees first. I was looking forward to seeing the sizzle reels, and a bit of tension,” while another noted , “What a weird anti climactic way to reveal the winner. Everyone was like WTF!”

#Oppenheimer wins the award for Best Picture at the 2024 #Oscars pic.twitter.com/0tjARZH4gu — The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) March 11, 2024

Oppenheimer’s best picture win marked the end of a successful awards show for Christopher Nolan’s film, which came into the night with 13 nominations, the most of any film this year. The biopic took home seven Oscars , also including director, actor, supporting actor, original score, cinematography and film editing.

Pacino’s flub is similar to one made by Elizabeth Taylor, who was tasked with announcing the best motion picture — drama category at the 2001 Golden Globes , which went to Gladiator. While the teleprompter was instructing her to read the names of the nominees — including Traffic, Erin Brockovich, Billy Elliott, Wonder Boys and Sunshine — she opened the envelope instead.

When someone in the audience pointed out to her that she was doing it wrong, she responded, “I’m new at this,” adding, “I usually like to get [the awards].” After Dick Clark came out with an assist, the beloved actress proceeded by announcing the other nominees before presenting the winner.

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Donald Trump roasted Jimmy Kimmel on social media during the Oscars. Then the host read it on air.

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After former President Donald Trump posted a scathing review of Jimmy Kimmel's performance as host of the 2024  Oscars , Kimmel read it on air during the ceremony — and threw a dig at the 2024 Republican presidential frontrunner. 

In a post on social media, Trump asked rhetorically if there was ever a "worse host" than Kimmel at the Oscars and criticized his opening monologue. He also made the sarcastic suggestion that ABC, which broadcasts the Oscars, should have replaced four-time host Kimmel with "Good Morning America" co-anchor George Stephanopoulos (or, as Trump called him, "George Slopanopoulos"). 

Kimmel, who has long criticized Trump on his late night show, took notice and read Trump's take live on air during his concluding remarks — much to the delight of the Hollywood crowd.

"See if you can guess which former president just posted that on Truth Social?" said Kimmel. "Anyone? No?"

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"Thank you, President Trump," he continued. "Thank you for watching. I'm surprised you're still up. Isn't it past jail time?" The crack — which referred to Trump being charged in  four criminal cases at the state and federal levels — received a round of applause at the awards show.

At this year's Oscars,  "Oppenheimer" took home awards in major categories including best director, best actor and best picture after coming in with 13 nominations . Another big winner at the 96th Academy Awards was "Poor Things," which won four, including best actress for Emma Stone.

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Here's everything you need to know ahead of the 2024 Oscars.

The 2024 Oscars are almost here!

Some of the biggest names in Hollywood will be honored at the 96th Academy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday night.

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Here's what you need to know ahead of the star-studded awards show.

When and where are the Oscars?

The 96th Oscars will be held March 10 at the Dolby Theatre at Ovation Hollywood.

The show will air live at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT on ABC. This time slot is an hour earlier than previous years.

What time is ABC's red carpet show?

Tune in to ABC's official pre-show, "Countdown to Oscars: On the Red Carpet Live!" to see live interviews from the red carpet with some of the night's nominees and presenters.

The pre-show, hosted by "ABC News Live Prime" anchor Linsey Davis and "Good Morning America" weekend co-anchor Whit Johnson, will be streamed on ABC News Live from 1-4 p.m. ET.

Catch up on everything you need to know ahead of the Oscars with commentary during the pre-show from "GMA3: What You Need to Know" co-anchors Eva Pilgrim and DeMarco Morgan, ABC News correspondent Chris Connelly, ABC News contributors Kelley Carter and Mike Muse, Variety senior awards editor Clayton Davis and celebrity stylist Joe Zee.

Vanessa Hudgens and Julianne Hough will then host a 30-minute pre-show, "The Oscars Red Carpet Show," which kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET on ABC.

Who is nominated at the 2024 Oscars?

Christopher Nolan's "Oppenheimer" is the top-nominated film of the year, with 13 total nominations. Yorgos Lanthimos' "Poor Things" follows closely behind with 11 nominations and Martin Scorsese's "Killers of the Flower Moon" is up for 10 nominations.

Greta Gerwig's "Barbie" is up for eight nominations, while Bradley Cooper's "Maestro" has seven nominations.

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The films battling it out for the coveted best picture Oscar include "American Fiction," "Anatomy of a Fall," "Barbie," "The Holdovers," "Killers of the Flower Moon," "Maestro," "Oppenheimer," "Past Lives," "Poor Things" and "The Zone of Interest." Check out a guide on where to watch these 10 films here .

Read more about the potential historic moments to keep an eye out for here .

Check out a guide to the group of actresses in the running for the best actress Oscar here and the nominees for the best actor Oscar here .

Who is hosting this year?

Jimmy Kimmel is returning to host the 2024 Oscars ceremony, marking his fourth time hosting the awards show.

Who is presenting this year?

Stars including Emily Blunt, Ryan Gosling, Jennifer Lawrence, Dwayne Johnson, Mahershala Ali, Matthew McConaughey, Al Pacino, Zendaya, Bad Bunny and more will take the stage to present during the show.

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Check out a full list of all the presenters here .

Who is performing this year?

All five songs nominated in the best original song category will be performed during the show.

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The Alabama senator, 42, who has been floated as a possible running mate for Donald Trump, gave a tonally jarring speech that toggled between strained cheerfulness and ominous warnings.

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With a sunny, inviting smile, Senator Katie Britt of Alabama welcomed Americans into her kitchen on Thursday night.

Many soon backed away nervously.

In the Republican Party’s official response to President Biden’s State of the Union address, Ms. Britt delivered a jarring speech that toggled between an increasingly strained cheerfulness and a fierce glare as she gave ominous warnings about illegal immigration.

Ms. Britt, 42, has been seen as a rising Republican star and floated as a possible running mate for former President Donald J. Trump . But in the biggest moment of her fledgling political career, she delivered a tonally uneven speech that was made more unusual by the setting of her own house in Montgomery, Ala., where she sat at her kitchen table and painted a dark picture of an America in decline.

“Our commander in chief is not in command,” Ms. Britt said. “The free world deserves better than a dithering and diminished leader.”

Her comments were in line with messages Republicans have increasingly used to criticize Mr. Biden at the start of the election year, but her 17-minute speech seemed likely to be remembered more for her disconcerting performance. She spoke in grim detail about a child victim of sex trafficking by drug cartels and the recent killing of a Georgia nursing student in which a Venezuelan migrant has been charged.

“That could’ve been my daughter,” Ms. Britt said. “It could’ve been yours.”

Previous State of the Union rebuttals have been delivered from behind a lectern in official settings, but Ms. Britt chose a domestic backdrop, trying to underscore her argument that Mr. Biden represents a threat to prosperity for American families.

But the scene seemed to confuse viewers on social media, where Ms. Britt was mocked by some for using a dramatic, breathy voice to deliver critiques of the president.

“Under his administration, families are worse off — our communities are less safe, and our country is less secure,” she said. “I just wish he understood what real families are facing around kitchen tables just like this one.”

Mr. Trump praised her speech.

“Katie Britt was a GREAT contrast to an Angry, and obviously very Disturbed, ‘President,’” he wrote on his social media site. “She was compassionate and caring, especially concerning Women and Women’s Issues. Her conversation on Migrant Crime was powerful and insightful. Great job Katie!”

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Ms. Britt won her first public office in 2022, becoming the first female senator elected in Alabama and the youngest Republican woman elected to the chamber. Speaker Mike Johnson noted in announcing that she would give the State of the Union response that she was the “only current Republican mom of school-age kids serving in the Senate.”

Her selection made for a stark contrast with Mr. Biden, 81, the nation’s oldest president, who is facing skepticism within his party about whether he is too old for a second term.

She also symbolized the latest Republican attempt to broaden the appeal of a party represented overwhelmingly in Washington by white men.

Last year, the Republican response was given by Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders of Arkansas, a former Trump White House press secretary, who became the nation’s youngest governor when she took office early last year. The previous Republican responses to Mr. Biden’s speech came from Gov. Kim Reynolds, Iowa’s first female governor, and Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, the only Black Republican in the chamber.

Ms. Britt repeatedly brought up families and her children in her speech.

“The country we know and love seems to be slipping away — it feels like the next generation will have fewer opportunities, and less freedom, than we did,” she said. “I worry my own children may not even get a shot at living their American dreams.”

Ms. Britt is, at first glance, an unlikely vice-presidential contender for Mr. Trump. She rose to the Senate within the business-friendly establishment wing of the Republican Party that he has driven from power.

She served as chief executive of the Business Council of Alabama, the state’s chamber of commerce, and as a former chief of staff to former Senator Richard Shelby, Alabama’s longest serving senator.

But Ms. Britt has been on Mr. Trump’s radar since August 2021, when she was at the end of a receiving line to shake the former president’s hand during a Republican gathering in Alabama.

Ms. Britt, then a candidate for Senate, introduced the former president to her husband, Wesley Britt, noting that he played professional football for the New England Patriots, whose billionaire owner, Robert Kraft, is close to Mr. Trump, according to two people familiar with the exchange.

Even though Mr. Trump had already endorsed her primary opponent, Representative Mo Brooks, Ms. Britt would tell Mr. Trump that she deserved his endorsement instead.

Seven months later, in March 2022, Mr. Trump withdrew his endorsement as Mr. Brooks dropped in the polls. He backed Ms. Britt, calling her “an incredible fighter for the people of Alabama,” less than two weeks before her runoff election with Mr. Brooks in June.

Democrats seized on Ms. Britt’s selection for the Republican response as they try to make abortion rights and women’s issues central campaign topics.

Last month, the Alabama Supreme Court ruled that frozen embryos should be considered children, imperiling access in the state to fertility treatments like in vitro fertilization. Ms. Britt, who has said that she believes life begins at conception , came out in support of access to I.V.F. after the ruling.

Ms. Britt, along with most Senate Republicans, voted this year against a breakthrough bipartisan bill to crack down on immigration while providing new aid to Ukraine.

On foreign affairs, she argued that Mr. Biden’s “strategy of appeasement” had led to chaos and turmoil around the world.

Ms. Britt, along with a small majority of Republicans, voted against an aid package to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan that ultimately passed the Senate.

Earlier on Thursday, Ms. Britt’s team distributed talking points that promoted her speech by comparing it to some of the most famous oratory in the nation’s history and urging fellow Republicans to praise the Alabama senator for coming across “like America’s mom.”

“His speech was tone deaf,” the talking points declared, before either Mr. Biden or Ms. Britt had spoken. “Hers was the perfect pitch.”

Jonathan Swan contributed reporting.

Michael C. Bender is a Times political correspondent covering Donald J. Trump, the Make America Great Again movement and other federal and state elections. More about Michael C. Bender

Kayla Guo covers Congress for The New York Times as the 2023-24 reporting fellow based in Washington. More about Kayla Guo

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A Contrast With Trump: In his speech, Biden launched a series of fiery attacks  against former President Donald Trump, a competitor whom he did not mention by name but made clear was a dire threat to American democracy  and to  stability in the world .

Middle East Crisis: During the State of the Union, the president announced the construction of a port to deliver aid to Gaza. That decision, as well as the  authorization of aid airdrops  on the territory, raised uncomfortable questions  about America’s role in the war.

Seeking a Tricky Balance: As he spoke to Congress, Biden tried to demonstrate that he could be tough on the border without demonizing immigrants .

A Rare Mention: Biden briefly referenced a topic  that he has often been reluctant to embrace: marijuana. His words could signal a move toward promoting the efforts he has made to liberalize cannabis policy.

Style Choices: Democratic women in suffragist white , Marjorie Taylor Greene in MAGA red. The sartorial statement-making on the congressional floor was clear .

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Get your Oscars bingo card ready: The 96th Academy Awards is opening for “ Abbott Elementary ” this weekend.

The film industry’s biggest stars will gather at the Dolby Theatre at Ovation Hollywood on Sunday for the 2024 Oscars, or, as this reporter calls it, the one (film) awards show to rule them all.

Will “ Oppenheimer ,” Christopher Nolan’s epic look at the man considered the father of the atomic bomb, come out on top, as many awards prognosticators expect ? Will Ryan Gosling’s live performance of “ Barbie’s ” “ I’m Just Ken ” be the most memorable musical moment of the night? You’ll have to tune in to find out.

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When is the show?

The 96th Academy Awards will be held on March 10 at the Dolby Theatre at Ovation Hollywood. The show will kick off at 4 p.m. Pacific — an hour earlier than usual — and is expected to run for 3½ hours.

(Remember to move your clocks forward at 2 a.m. Sunday for daylight saving time .)

How can I watch?

The Oscars telecast will air live on ABC. Those with traditional pay TV subscriptions can use their credentials to access the livestream on abc.com and the ABC app.

Cord cutters will need a subscription to the live-TV tier of their preferred service — such as Hulu + Live TV, YouTubeTV, AT&T TV or FuboTV — or have a TV equipped with the proper digital antenna to pick up the local broadcast.

What about the red-carpet shows?

ABC’s Oscars-related programming will kick off at 10 a.m. PT with “Countdown to the Oscars: On the Red Carpet.” The network then will turn it over to the folks on-site at 1 p.m. with “On the Red Carpet at the Oscars.” “The Oscars Red Carpet Show,” hosted by Vanessa Hudgens and Julianne Hough, will begin at 3:30 p.m.

As usual, E! will devote a chunk of its Sunday programming to the Oscars, starting with “E!’s Brunch at the Oscars” at 11 a.m., which will lead into “E! Live From the Red Carpet,” hosted by Laverne Cox, at 1 p.m.

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Who is hosting?

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Late-night TV host Jimmy Kimmel — whose show airs on ABC — is returning to emcee the Oscars for the fourth time.

“This year, I am sitting in a movie theater watching ‘Barbie’ and thinking, ‘Well, maybe I’ll do this again, because at least I have a point of reference with everyone,’” Kimmel recently told The Times about accepting the gig once more. Knowing “there was a movie that people had seen … just makes the job easier.”

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What is nominated?

“Oppenheimer” leads the field with 13 nominations, followed by “ Poor Things ” with 11 noms and “ Killers of the Flower Moon ” with 10. “Barbie,” the summer’s biggest blockbuster, nabbed eight nominations. All three are up for the top prize of the night.

Best picture:

“ American Fiction ” “ Anatomy of a Fall ” “Barbie” “ The Holdovers ” “Killers of the Flower Moon” “ Maestro ” “Oppenheimer” “ Past Lives ” “Poor Things” “ The Zone of Interest ”

Check out the rest of the nominees here .

Who is performing?

This year’s Oscars will include performances of the nominated songs by Jon Batiste (“It Never Went Away” from “American Symphony”); Becky G (“The Fire Inside” from “Flamin’ Hot”); Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell (“What Was I Made For?” from “Barbie”); Scott George and the Osage Singers (“Wahzhazhe [A Song For My People]” from “Killers of the Flower Moon”); and Ryan Gosling and Mark Ronson (“I’m Just Ken” from “Barbie”).

Who is presenting?

Presenters announced so far include previous Oscar winners Mahershala Ali, Nicolas Cage, Jamie Lee Curtis, Brendan Fraser, Jessica Lange, Matthew McConaughey, Lupita Nyong’o, Al Pacino, Ke Huy Quan , Sam Rockwell, Michelle Yeoh, Regina King, Octavia Spencer and Jennifer Lawrence.

Also among this year’s presenters are Michelle Pfeiffer, Zendaya, Bad Bunny, Chris Hemsworth, Dwayne Johnson, Michael Keaton, Kate McKinnon, Rita Moreno, John Mulaney, Catherine O’Hara and Ramy Youssef.

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