Does anyone out there use Scholastic’s “Text Talk” kit in your focus lessons? It is sitting in my closet and I hate to waste the money that was spent on it so I’d love to hear suggestions!
I really haven’t heard much about it, so can’t help you with it specifically. I wonder if you could look through the lessons for ties to CAFE strategies. Then, as you see what strategies your kids need, you could pull the lessons from Text Talk to help with your mini-lessons for those specific strategies.
|Published curriculum||Miscellaneous||0||503||1 year 6 months|
|Sound Walls||Miscellaneous||1||557||1 year 8 months|
|Sound Walls||Miscellaneous||0||480||1 year 8 months|
|Open Door Conversation . . . continued||Miscellaneous||3||499||1 year 10 months|
|The Daily 5 in a High School Environment||Miscellaneous||5||4.1k||2 years 7 months|
|Resources for At-Home Learning||Miscellaneous||6||1.4k||2 years 7 months|
|Reading Readiness Skills||Miscellaneous||0||518||2 years 7 months|
|Screening Letters And Sounds||Miscellaneous||0||507||2 years 8 months|
|What is your word of intention for week 2?||Miscellaneous||8||874||2 years 10 months|
|Spring Forward Teacher Challenge—April 27 to May 31||Miscellaneous||5||626||2 years 11 months|
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