The activities, set in three workplaces a hotel, a supermarket and a factory put literacy in a work context. Using anchor charts to make content vocabulary meaningful. I use it to help teachers plan their stations and to understand the reasons for having stations. See more ideas about literacy work stations, literacy stations and learning stations. Ppt literacy work stations powerpoint presentation, free. Learn how to set up work stations, how to manage them, and how to keep them going throughout the year each chapter includes. Debbie diller, author of the book literacy work stations, takes you into two primary classrooms to demonstrate how to create a thriving stations program. It is important so they can work alone in the classroom so teachers can work with small groups and individuals. Literacy work stations should be connected with what you have already taught.
Debbie diller works with a firstgrade and a secondgrade teacher over two days as they launch new literacy stations together, develop lessons and strategies for managing stations, and help students sustain interest and high quality work in ongoing stations. Math work stations independent learning you can count on, k2 by debbie diller making the most of small group guided reading instruction for k2 or for grades 36 debbie or her associates will share ideas on how to focus small group instruction to help teachers get more power from their lessons. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Laminate to make it easy to change station activities.
Aug 1, 2007 blockquote can someone please let me know what management plan did debbie diller use in her book. Begin small group guided reading instruction during stations time. Literacy work stations workshop linkedin slideshare. We include practical suggestions for establishing, managing, and using math work stations in k2 or grades 35.
Establish a clear vision about literacy workstations and their purpose. Literacy program coordinator continued page 3 ability to continued. Literacy work stations for speaking, listening, and language. Many times, students do not know why they are doing literacy stations, regardless of whether or not they know how to do literacy stations. A total of five station teaching activities and ideas are presented here with a focus on group work, individual learning and ict. Using literacy stations to manage small group instruction. As they read they are improving fluency and using phonics skills. There are three instances in which a minilesson is necessary. As debbie diller notes in her book literacy work stations. There is word work, pocket chart, abc, writing, handwriting, and games station. Cows that type by doreen cronin and betsy lewis duration. Principles for teaching with literacy work stations 1.
Read to self read to someone listen to reading work on writing word work listening station puzzle station puppet station writing station write the room library station computers sight word. Diller 2003 defines it as an area within the classroom where. After reading the book, literacy work stations making centers work by debbie diller, you may want to get started with her ideas right away. This has the basics that you need to get your classroom started with literacy work stations. The first book, listening and speaking will be available soon. What does the rest of my class do while im working with a small reading group. I included charts for both daily 5 and debbie diller s workstations as well as a blank chart for any stations not included. Practice with purpose offers guidance on establishing routines for independent reading and response writing, as well as stepbystep instructions. These are 6 out of the 10 stations that i use during guided reading time in my classroom.
Jan 12, 2016 this board will have stations and information connected to the book math work stations by debbie diller. Jan 01, 2003 debbie has been a national consultant since 2000, but still has those back to school dreams in the fall. Debbie presents the two teachers she works with on this video series, patty terry and vicky georgas, and provides basic principles and guidelines for launching literacy work stations in the primary grades. Centers work by debbie diller nonnegotiables for literacy work. Growing independent learners model balanced literacy. Both teachers referred to their professional development on debbie dillers 2003 approach to stations. On my campus, kindergarten, first, and second grade teachers have really been examining the work that students are asked to do during station time. Aug 11, 2010 literacy work stations should be connected with what you have already taught.
She has tried tutoring before, but without much success. The independent work in based on achieving standards, individual differences, and is engaging. Investigating the literacy practices of adult english literacy learners master of arts, 20 carolyn alicia wilma piersma. More than a classroom library teks flip chart is designed to make your life easier as you begin implementing the new teks. Debbie diller is the author of literacy work stations 4.
Lupe is in her 40s, developmentally disabled and a virtual nonreader. Emotional and imaginative development through language curriculum objective. Making centers work 2002 that three is a crowd in literacy centers. Section i literacy and disabled adults 3 resources 20. Great way to organize the daily shows group work, but also has opportunities for independent reading. Focus on these things when using literacy centers debbie diller who wrote literacy work stations says. These stations mirror debbie diller s book literacy stations. This book extends debbie dillers bestselling work on literacy work stations and classroom design to the field of mathematics. Two students sit at a small table by a bulletin board. After playing school in the basement of her childhood home in lititz, pennsylvania, she earned her bachelors and masters degrees in education from millersville university and temple university and spent the next four decades as an educator. A total of 5 station teaching activities and ideas are presented here with a focus on group work, individual learning and ict integration. For example, at the big book work station, much of the time students will read big books together. The purpose of literacy work stations the purpose of literacy work stations is twofold.
Skill in written communication to prepare grant applications, news releases, reports and correspondence. In this presentation debbie diller explores how to create independent students when they work in small groups, at stations or alone. Debbie diller offers practical suggestions for over a dozen literacy work stations that link to instruction and make preparation and management easy for teachers. Debbie presents the two teachers she works with on this video series, patty terry and vicky georgas, and provides basic principles and guidelines for launching literacy. I can charts for literacy stations by amanda durski tpt. Section iliteracy and disabled adults in 2000, the following adults with special needs requested literacy tutoring at the fresno county library adult literacy program. Patty terrys first grade students and vicky georgas second graders work in stations that include a wealth of literacy tasks designed to build academic and collaborative skills across the. The centers work is based on the idea that combining the science and art of teaching empowers college faculty to create the conditions for students to learn and, through this learning, transform their world. From literacy standards to stations, k3 by debbie diller.
Choose what you want to use and tailor it to meet your needs. I can statements provide the students with various choices of activities that can be. This program introduces viewers to debbie diller, consultant and author of literacy work stations. Offers guidance on establishing routines for independent reading and response writing, as well as stepbystep instructions on how to set up and manage a variety of handson literacy work stations appropriate for intermediate students. Literacy work stations by debbie diller, 9781571103536, download free ebooks, download free pdf epub ebook. Math work stations for k2 or grades 35 in conjunction with her book, math work stations, debbie or her associates will help teachers set up and teach with math work stations that connect to whole group and small group instruction and tie to state and nctm standards. No reproduction without written permission from the publisher. Maria is completing an adventure story about two fourthgrade friends. Browse literacy stations debbie diller resources on teachers pay teachers, a marketplace trusted by millions of teachers for original educational resources.
Each week, students study one phonics rule, and they have personalized spelling lists based. Literacy work stations for grades 3 6 first by debbie diller isbn. Literacy work stations in two firstgrade classrooms ncte. She will also help you get started with small group guided reading instruction.
Learn how to set up work stations, how to manage them, and how to keep them going throughout the year. Help students remember what to do during literacy stations with these colorful i can statements. Gradual release of responsibility i do model through mini lessons what the station should look like we do students practice with the teacher you do students work independently. From debbie diller, author of numerous bestselling books and videos on literacy work stations and small group reading instruction, comes another practical resource filled with ideas you can use immediately to better manage your classroom and support student learning and independence. This is much more effective practice for developing proficient readers than filling out pages in work literacy work stations. Literacy for work reading 1 focuses on letter recognition, vowels and consonants, and reading simple texts such as signs, menus and shopping lists. Literacy work stations debbie diller style by denise scaccia. Literacy work stations are one way to provide students a classroom environment that meets the characteristics of effective literacy classrooms, allows the teacher to work with small groups and keeps students engaged in literacy throughout the day. This is much more effective practice for developing proficient readers than filling out pages in workliteracy work stations. Literacy work stations debbie diller download free ebook. Purpose of anchor charts debbie miller, reading with meaning, 2002 and teaching with intention, 2008 make thinking permanent and visible. Focus on practice and purpose, not stuff begin with what you want to teach link to your teaching slow down to speed up training is the key to success balance process and product each center does not have to have a product 5.
Lately, ive been diving into the work of literacy stations. Literacy work stations basics, classroom library and big book. My mission is to live with courage and conviction to inspire and encourage teachers to see each childs unique gifts, to value childrens differences, and to use these to. I swear by the daily 5, and i love how this teacher implements it in her classroom. I included charts for both daily 5 and debbie dillers workstations as well as a blank chart for any stations not included. Fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension student center activities. Literacy work stations debbie diller style by denise.
Literacy work stations are one way to provide students a classroom environment that. Im planning to buy her other book making the most of small groups, and i already have some ideas for centers. Experience and training any combination of experience and training that could likely provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. Provide meaningful practice that allows the learning to take root in the childs brain. Nicole goncalves language arts areas addressed strengths intended audience in order for literacy work stations to be successful diller explains it is important that children know exactly what they are supposed to be doing. Listening station comes later when resources are available. In math work stations youll find ideas to help children develop conceptual understanding and skills, use math vocabulary as they talk about their mathematical thinking, and connect big idea to meaningful. In her new book, debbie shows teachers of grades threetosix how to structure their classrooms so that all students can be successful doing meaningful independent work using literacy work stations. Qep professional books 3273 independence pkwy plano, tx 75075 phone. Duplicate stations, as needed, so kids can work in pairs. See all 4 formats and editions hide other formats and editions.1365 153 1276 786 1320 1241 489 1096 73 204 433 535 461 305 483 1333 787 593 589 1122 530 842 325 905 1008 1255 398 1463 780 897