Grade-specific books that take all the guesswork out of teaching reading and writing. Each book provides a detailed curricular calendar tied to a developmental continuum and the standards. Includes monthly units of study that integrate reading and writing so both work together to provide maximum support for students. The units are organized around four essential components, process, genre, strategy, and conventions, addressing everything students need to know about reading and writing. Packed with ready-to-use lessons that offer exemplary teaching and continuous assessment. Features a flexible framework that shows how to frame a year of teaching, a unit, and a lesson—all easily adapted to fit the unique needs and interests of students at all levels of learning.
Pam Allyn is the Executive Director and founder of LitWorld, a global organization advocating for children’s rights as readers, writers, and learners. She is also the Executive Director and founder of LitLife, a national organization dedicated to school improvement. Ms. Allyn is widely known as a motivational speaker advocating for reading and writing as human rights that belong to all people. She is the co-author of Every Child a Super Reader
(Scholastic) and the summer reading program LitCamp.