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Let's Gather Bundle Grade 1

Reading to and With Your First Graders

By Lucy Calkins, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project

Let’s Gather offers more than a dozen detailed read-aloud plans to go alongside the Gr 1 reading units of study. This curriculum highlights thoughtfully curated fiction and nonfiction texts that will not only captivate students’ attention but also lend themselves to supporting a progression of high-level comprehension skills across the year.

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About the new Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 1

Let’s Gather offers more than a dozen detailed read-aloud plans to go alongside the Gr 1 reading units of study. This curriculum highlights thoughtfully curated fiction and nonfiction texts that will not only captivate students’ attention but also lend themselves to supporting a progression of high-level comprehension skills across the year. This resource also supports shared reading. In addition, Let’s Gather will serve as a kind of professional development for teachers, offering opportunities to study methods and adapt content to support read-aloud work with other texts as well.

About the Series

The new Units of Study in Reading represent wholesale changes. The best of all that was offered in the previous editions has been streamlined, clarified, and kept, but the new units are new indeed. Lucy Calkins and her coauthors worked diligently to incorporate all their latest thinking and learning into the new units. This has included much new learning from working shoulder to shoulder with teachers in hundreds of classrooms in the years since the previous editions were published. It also includes all the authors have gleaned from “science of reading” research, new comprehension research, language research, research on knowledge generation, and more—all the research that many aptly term “the sciences of reading.” Taken together, all of this new learning has yielded new Units of Study that will do more to empower, revitalize, and strengthen teachers than ever before—and that will build even stronger communities of learning to set all kids on trajectories of growth.

For more information about the Units of Study for Teaching Reading, visit UnitsofStudy.com/K-2Reading.

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