This post is about a 40 minute reading strategies professional development video on Teachers Pay Teachers (TpT) by Wise Owl Factory. It has student PDFs and 2 renewal (CEU) units if approved by your school district.
Reading Strategies Professional Development Video
New! Reading strategies professional development video with student documents. This PD video will allow teachers to learn and immediately be able to use the information the next day in the classroom. The supporting documents are student little-preparation PDFs. Mostly they just require printing one copy for teaching posters, and multiple copies for student materials. This link will open the supporting document preview file which has a freebie included. In the preview the over 260 pages of letter sized teaching posters as well as student bookmarks, pages, and games are shown.
Reading Strategies PDF Printables
The supporting document of PDFs only (no video, no renewal units) is available at this link. It is also included with PD video product as the supporting document. The professional component is not included with the PDF only version product.
Here is a super fast preview of the video!
The Complete Package
Another product also has these documents, with SMART Board presentations. This is one of my most popular products.
Reading Strategies Lessons and Printables for the SMART Board +ISN’s (no video, no renewal units)
Contents of all 3 products
1. K-2 Text to Self Mini lessons 53 page PDF
2. Asking Questions 104 page PDF
3. Back-up and Re-read 38 page PDF
4. Determining Importance 38 page PDF
5. Non-fiction conventions 51 page PDF
6. Synthesizing 40 page PDF
7. Two printable generic student work posters 18 inches X 24 inches
8. All 3 text connections: text-to-self (review), text-to-text, and text-to-world, 79 page PDF
There are also separate products for text connections, asking questions, back up and re-read, determining importance, and synthesizing as indicated by links above. The non-fiction conventions PDF is included in the determining importance product. Books to use are suggested by many pages are generic for use with any stories.
I was a teacher of gifted education for a four years, and many of our units were teaching about and using higher level thinking skills. A few years later, I began to notice many of the HOTS were being included in the basal reading teacher guide, as well as other subject areas Also, my school selected reading strategies for about 4 years of professional development sessions so I learned even more about higher level thinking skills. I have studied them extensively and want to share this knowledge with others.
Thank you for reading, Carolyn