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    Reading & Writing - Elementary

    Pathways

    Evelyn Hickman, Supervisor

    PH: 571-252-1468

    Fax: 571-252-1633

     

    Loudoun Pathways to Reading and Writing Program is an explicit staff-development model, provides kindergarten, first through third-grade teachers, and instructional specialists with a consistent, research and strategies-based framework of reading and writing instruction. The program incorporates the skills of spelling, writing, reading comprehension, phonics, and vocabulary. The Pathways multi-approach literacy framework helps teachers provide their students with specific skills to become better readers and writers. Books and educational supplies are used to support the elementary teachers and reading specialists in their implementation of a balanced and multi-approach literacy framework. In addition, personnel include literacy facilitators who provide professional development and support for classroom teachers and specialists.

     

    Each school has the services of a reading specialist who assumes multiple roles such as coordinating the literacy program in the school, supporting teachers with instructional expertise, co-teaching with content teachers, coaching teachers, overseeing literacy assessment, and providing direct instruction to students in grades K-5 who are experiencing difficulty in reading. 

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