Reading A-Z resources organized into weekly content-based units and differentiated instruction options.
The Literacy Curriculum Map provides a pathway for using the wide array of Raz-Plus and Reading A-Z resources. This standards-aligned map is designed for teachers to use in their literacy block and organized into eight content-based units for each grade level. Each unit offers four Weekly Planners that include books, passages, writing lessons, and more to support instruction and differentiation, all conveniently pre-loaded and easily accessible in the Literacy Curriculum Map File Cabinet. Cross-curricular units include science, social studies, arts, and social-emotional learning topics.
Each unit is designed to incorporate leading research and best practices for literacy instruction.
The eight four-week long units within the Literacy Curriculum Map are designed to be used in sequence, from the beginning of the year to the end. Using the units in sequence provides the full benefit of the design, including the systematic phonological awareness and phonics instruction. These units can also be used independently by topic if preferred.
Each Raz-Plus and Reading A-Z resource is carefully selected to meet the topic and skills addressed within each unit and part of the literacy block. Over 30 different resource types are used for instruction and differentiation, including:
The objectives covered in each part of the literacy block are connected to instructional focus areas that are addressed in multiple parts of the block. The chart shows which instructional focus areas are addressed in each part of the block.
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