The theme of eCoach this week is supporting elementary school students, teachers, and parents. In December 2013, LiteracyTA began creating student materials for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students. We needed some guidance in this area, so we began working with Lauren Garrison--a first grade teacher in San Diego. Ms.

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Earlier this year, LiteracyTA released Cut N' Fold graphic organizers as a way to support and promote student engagement. The response was overwhelming. Many of our TA members wanted to use them in their classrooms. Since their release, we have added six more to the Skill Library. We have also added an inside page that can be copied on the back of the Cut N' Fold. 

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LiteracyTA.com offers content to help classroom teachers bridge current teaching practices to new expectations for teaching and learning. Our Skill Instruction section provides engaging ways to teach college and career readiness skills.

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This week we finished breaking down the 10 Common Core Reading Standards. Five months ago, we set out to unpack all of the reading standards to support teachers as they begin to plan and teach reading skills across science, history, and English classes. Many of you have enjoyed our series on unpacking the reading standards, so we decided to write a post that pulled them all together.

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This week, LiteracyTA has analyzed College and Career Anchor standard R10. The purpose of analyzing the Common Core literacy standards is to distill them down to a workable list of skills that classroom teachers can teach.

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