Did you know that better writers have proven to be better readers? Writing instruction has the potential to enhance reading proficiency by improving how well a reader is able to comprehend a specific content area or a text they have already read, according to a report published by the Alliance for Excellent Education¹.
There is a huge opportunity for growth, as national reading scores have decreased by three points for fourth-grade students in comparison to 2019, according to the 2022 NAEP Reading Assessment². Good writing instruction has the power to improve both writing and reading skills, promoting comprehensive literacy for all students.
To help you strengthen literacy in your classroom, school, or district, we asked our team of experts to share their best tips and tricks for reinforcing the bond between reading and writing, and explain why it’s so important in K-5 education.
Webinar: Reading + Writing = A Recipe for Comprehensive Literacy
Successfully reciprocating reading and writing instruction while developing sound comprehension is essential to achieving literacy success. During this free, on-demand webinar, our team of experts will share actionable strategies for achieving comprehensive literacy with ease.
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This webinar will be filled to the brim with helpful information to strengthen comprehensive literacy, including:
- How strengthening reading and writing proficiency can accomplish key learning goals
- How Scarborough’s Reading Rope and the Writing Rope weave together to form comprehensive literacy
- How to apply these concepts and fit it all into your busy workday
- Free resources that you can start using in your classroom today
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- Graham, Steve, and Michael Hebert. Carnegie Corporation of New York, 2010, Writing to Read, https://media.carnegie.org/filer_public/9d/e2/9de20604-a055-42da-bc00-77da949b29d7/ccny_report_2010_writing.pdf. Accessed 22 Aug. 2020.
- “NAEP Report Card: 2022 NAEP Reading Assessment.” NAEP Report Card: 2022 NAEP Reading Assessment, The Nation’s Report Card, 2022, www.nationsreportcard.gov/highlights/reading/2022/.