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Phonics is for Reading and Writing:

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Phonics is for Reading and Writing

Lucy Calkins and the Units of Study in Phonics coauthors talk about the importance of transfer and ways to make it happen

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In a recent series of video interviews, Lucy Calkins and her TCRWP coauthors discussed the forthcoming Units of Study in Phonics. Watch the videos below to learn more about how these new units set a new standard for readability, teachability, and effectiveness.

Question: What are some of the key ideas that informed your thinking
as you developed these new phonics units?

 

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Question: How are the Units of Study in Phonics more efficient
and practical than other resources?

 

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Question: How do the new phonics units help teachers synthesize
instruction across reading and writing units of study?

 

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Question: How does the Units of Study in Phonics curriculum keep
pace with students’ reading and writing?

 
View all Phonics Videos!

For more information and to download sample sessions, visit UnitsofStudy.com/Phonics 

Topics: Units of Study, Lucy Calkins, TCRWP, Teachers College, Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, Phonics, Student Engagement, Units of Study Phonics

Date Published: 05/11/18

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