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Reading Partners: Guiding Readers Up Levels, OPQR Subscription, 2021-22

By Lucy Calkins, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project

These video tutorials for levels O, P, Q, and R introduce specific series books, and help readers know the important work they will do inside that series. The TCRWP instructor acts as a proficient partner, coaching the reader in reading strategies, and in places to stop and jot, as they move across each book. 

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About the Units of Study Virtual Teaching Resources, 2021-22 Subscriptions

Because so many of you in the Units of Study community requested ongoing access to the Units of Study Virtual Teaching Resources from the 2020-21 school year—especially as models for the most effective ways to teach minilessons—Lucy Calkins and her Teachers College Reading and Writing Project colleagues have adapted those virtual modules to align with their 2021-22 Suggested Sequence and have also identified some specific additional resources that will be especially helpful as you return to in-person teaching and learning this fall. These Virtual Teaching Resources are designed for student use in any classes that remain virtual as well as for teacher PD.

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Videos feature TCRWP coaches who engage individual readers or reading partners, give invitations and feedback to support students in doing the work that each specific series (and band of text complexity) requires, and hold students accountable for the reading work they are doing. 

These video tutorials introduce specific series books across levels O, P, Q, and R, and help readers know the important work they will do inside that series. The TCRWP instructor acts as a proficient partner, coaching the reader in reading strategies, and in places to stop and jot, as they move across each book. You may choose to pair students up, so they can read these series and engage with these tutorials in partnerships, so they have more reasons to jot and share their jottings, and meaningful opportunities to talk to each other about their books and their reading work. But you can also set students up independently. 

For more information about the Units of Study Virtual Teaching Resources, visit UnitsofStudy.com/VirtualTeaching.

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