Good teaching pays off. When you provide students with constant opportunities to read and to write, and when you actively and assertively teach into their best efforts, their literacy development will astonish you, their parents, the school administrators—and best of all, the students themselves.
Units, Tools, and Methods for Teaching Reading & Writing
Units of Study - Writing
Units of Study in Opinion/Argument, Information, and Narrative Writing, K-8 Series
Built on the best practices and proven frameworks developed over decades of work in thousands of classrooms across the country and around the world, the Units of Study for Teaching Writing, K–8 series offers grade-by-grade plans for teaching state-of-the-art writing workshops that help students meet and exceed global standards.
Units of Study - Phonics
Units of Study in Phonics
To create these new phonics units. Lucy and her coauthors have drawn on all that they know from decades of teaching reading and writing in thousands of classrooms across the world, and they've relied on proven, research-based practices—especially on the work of Isabel Beck, Donna Scanlon, Pat and Jim Cunningham, Rollanda O’Connor, Marilyn Adams, Tim Rasinski, Donald Bear, Wiley Blevins, and the late Marie Clay.
Units of Study - Reading
The Units of Study for Teaching Reading offer grade-by-grade reading curricula, K–5, and grade-band units for grades 6–8 to meet ambitious world-class standards. Drawing on learning gleaned from decades of research, curriculum development, and working shoulder-to-shoulder with students, teachers, and school leaders in schools, think tanks, and advanced Institute sections, the reading series is rooted in the Project's best practices and newest thinking. The series includes state-of-the-art charts and tools, methods for teaching reading, undergirded by the Project's learning progressions in reading for literature and informational texts.
Units of Study for Teaching Reading, K-5 Series
Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Middle Grades Series