Fountas and Pinnell Prompting Guide, Part 1 (eBook) by Irene Fountas, Gay Su Pinnell. A Tool for Literacy Teachers - Heinemann Publishing
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Fountas and Pinnell Prompting Guide, Part 1 (eBook)

A Tool for Literacy Teachers

By Irene Fountas, Gay Su Pinnell

The Prompting Guide App is now available for the ipad. Visit the app store to purchase it today!

The Fountas & Pinnell Prompting Guide 1 is a flip-chart tool that you can use to enhance your teaching power in guided reading lessons; intervention lessons; shared reading; independent reading; reading and writing conferences; and dictated, independent, and interactive writing. If you are a classroom teacher, reading specialist, literacy teacher, Reading Recovery teacher, or literacy coach, you can use this flip chart as a ready reference while working with students in several instructional contexts....

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The Prompting Guide App is now available for the ipad. Visit the app store to purchase it today!

The Fountas & Pinnell Prompting Guide 1 is a flip-chart tool that you can use to enhance your teaching power in guided reading lessons; intervention lessons; shared reading; independent reading; reading and writing conferences; and dictated, independent, and interactive writing. If you are a classroom teacher, reading specialist, literacy teacher, Reading Recovery teacher, or literacy coach, you can use this flip chart as a ready reference while working with students in several instructional contexts.

Fountas and Pinnell have compiled a comprehensive collection of precise language to use when teaching, prompting for, and reinforcing effective strategic actions in reading and writing. Based on your observations and analysis of students’ reading and writing behaviors, you can select the specific language that will work best for children as they build their literacy processing systems. The language in this guide will improve the reader’s or writer’s ability to solve problems and use strategic actions independently.

Contents

Teaching for Strategic Actions in Reading and Writing

Using Prompting Guide 1

READING

Early Reading Behaviors
Reading Left-to-Right/Return to Left • Establishing Voice-Print Match
Monitoring Voice-Print Match

Searching for and Using Information
Meaning
Structure
Visual Information
Multiple Sources of Information

Solving Words
Word Beginnings
Word Parts

Monitoring and Correcting
Self-Monitoring 
Self-Correcting

General Problem-Solving
Initiating Problem-Solving Actions

Maintaining Fluency
Rate
Pausing
Phrasing
Stress
Intonation
Integration

WRITING

Composing Sentences
Telling About Ideas

Early Writing Behaviors
Placing Words on the Page

Verbal Path for Letter Formation
The Formation of Letters

Constructing Words
Using Sound Analysis
Monitoring and Correcting Words

Conventions
Capitalization and Punctuation

Revisiting the Text for Word Study
Confirming Word Knowledge

Samples

Companion Resources

Related PD Services

PD Resources From Irene Fountas

Institutes

Seminars

PD Resources From Gay Su Pinnell

Institutes

Seminars