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LAC Framework

Before the Remind teachers to bring their Revised Teacher Guides to the meeting.
meeting
Ask teachers to prepare to share orally their experiences and bring student work or
learning materials developed in the past month.

Sharing Teachers share in in pairs, grade groups or subject groups their experiences and
session reflection pertaining to the new materials, a new activity, a new approach they have
tried.
Efforts are congratulated/celebrated and participants are encouraged to share newly
developed learning aids
30 min

Introduction Introduction of new topic and discussion


of Topic
The facilitator Guide contains information to support the facilitator in the
introduction of the topic.
Teachers can view accompanying video capsules. Guiding questions are inserted in the
Facilitator Guide to stimulate discussion.
20 min

Activity Professional activity making material/preparing for lessons


Each teacher looks at his/her revised Teacher Guides and selects lessons and/or
activities where he/she will try/apply what has been introduced and discussed in this
months LAC meeting.
50 minutes
This work is sometimes done in pairs, in small groups or individually

Sharing what Sharing session:


we will do
Each teacher shares what he/she is planning to do and together, in small grade groups,
they discuss and help each other identify what they will collect in terms of evidence
on the outcome. At the following session (in a months time), they will share their
experiences, collected data/evidence and reflections on what they tried and how it
went.
20 minutes

LAC Facilitator Guide 1


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LAC Meeting Topics and Suggested Video Capsule

Topic 1: The 14 domains of literacy and bridging strategies.


Objectives:
Identify the 14 domains in a 2 week sequence in a revised Teacher Guide (only 1
Teacher Guide)
In grade groups, describe an activity for each of the 14 domains
Locate the bridging boxes in the revised Teacher Guides
Describe learning aids they will make or have students make to enhance bridging
during the 2 weeks

Videos
1. 14 domains: What they are, sample outcomes for each.
2. Bridging: What is it? Visual examples.
3. Creating, using, and maintaining bridging learning aids in your classroom.
4. Creating, using, and maintaining a print-rich environment in your classroom.

Topic 2: Using Leveled Texts in the classroom (Part 1)


Objectives:
Describe how to introduce a Leveled Text and explain the difference between how this
is done in Mother Tongue and another language
Describe how to engage students to read the Leveled Text themselves
Demonstrate how to model decoding strategies
Describe fluency games and activities and how fluency affects comprehension

Videos
1. Introducing a Leveled Text - (make distinction between 1st language and second
language)
2. Leveled Texts 1: whole class: decoding in pairs and ensuring students read
independently
3. Strategies for practicing fluency and fostering automaticity (make distinction
between 1st language and second language)

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Topic 3: Formative Assessment
Objectives:
Give examples for how to check for understanding in an effective way
Explain how to guide instruction: going back, re-do, move forward
Explain how to organize and schedule for formative assessment

Videos
1. Assessing students: on-going assessment. Assessing student performance: Quick tips
2. Assessing students: on-going assessment. Linking lesson objective to student
performance: Adjusting instruction
3. Assessing students: on-going assessment. Tips for how to organize/schedule and
record
4. Assessing students: on-going assessment: identifying struggling readers and writers

Topic 4: The Reading-Writing connection


Objectives:
Explain the difference between handwriting and composing
Explain how decoding and encoding are related and cite examples of emergent writing
List different responses to reading (composing) tasks
List the steps in the writing process and explain how to prepare students for
composing

Videos
1. Early grade reading-writing connection: More than handwriting
2. Emergent writing: strategies for connecting encoding and decoding
3. Pre-writing: Helping students prepare to produce meaningful text
4. Guided writing in the early grade classroom (make distinction between 1st language
and second language include shared writing to show gradual release)

Topic 4b: Using Leveled Texts in the classroom (Part 2)


Objectives:
Describe how to organize the classroom for small group reading instruction
Describe how to apply leveled text reading instruction to small groups

Videos
Leveled Texts 2: Guided reading classroom organization

LAC Facilitator Guide 3


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Sample LAC Session

Topic 1: The 14 domains of Literacy and Bridging


Time: 2 hours
Objective: By the end of the session, participants will be able to:

Identify the 14 domains in a 2 week sequence in a revised Teacher


Guide (only 1 Teacher Guide)
In grade groups, describe an activity for each of the 14 domains
Locate the bridging boxes in the revised Teacher Guides
Describe learning aids they will make or have pupils make to enhance
bridging during the 2 weeks

Materials: Annex 1: Balanced Literacy Diagram


Annex 2: Gradual Release of Responsibility Diagram
Video capsules 1 to 4:
1. The 14 domains: What they are, sample outcomes for each
2. Bridging: What is it? Visual examples.
3. Creating, using, and maintaining bridging learning aids in your
classroom
4. Creating, using, and maintaining a print-rich environment in your
classroom

Time Activities

Present overall goals and format of LAC meetings

Ask participants if they have any questions about the LACs that will be conducted
throughout the school year for grades 1 and 2 teacher. Answer their questions to the
Sharing
best of your knowledge.
what we
already
know Write down questions you were not able to answer.
Ask teachers about the grades 1 and 2 May training?
Do you remember some of the topics presented? What were they?
Show the Balanced Literacy diagram (Annex 1) and ask participants if they can
say something about it.
30 min Show the Gradual Release diagram (Annex 2) and ask participants if they can
say something about it.

When we talk about languages, what is Bridging? In pairs share an example of


bridging in your classroom. Ask a few pairs to share.

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Time Activities

When we talk about composing, what are examples of what your pupils can write?
In pairs share an example of composing in your classroom. Ask a few pairs to share.

Explain to the participants that for each LAC meeting, they will choose an
upcoming 2 weeks instructional sequence on which they will work during
the session. So every time you tell them to look at their Teacher Guides,
they go to those 2 weeks.

Introduction Show video capsule 1 to participants.


of Topic
Ask participants if they can list the 14 domains of literacy. Tell them they can look in
their teacher guides. List them on the board.
*Facilitator Tip*
Tell participants to look at the left
10 min In grade groups, ask participants to column in the outline for the week.
give an example for each of the 14 domains.

Introduction
of Topic Show video capsule 2 to participants.

In pairs, ask participants to locate the bridging boxes in their Revised Teacher
Guides.

10 min Ask pairs to discuss the implications of each bridging box.


What do they need to review with their pupils?
From one language to the other: What is the same or what is different?

Activity

Show video capsules 3 and 4 to participants.

Ask participants to look through all the lesson 1 of the same week in their different
revised Teacher Guides. (Example: Week 13 lesson 1 in Mother Tongue, Week 13
50 minutes lesson 1 in Filipino, Week 13 lesson 1 in English).

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Time Activities

Tell them to identify in all three lessons *Facilitator Tip*


Bridging may be indicated in a bridging
where bridging may occur.
box OR they may see an opportunity
that is not mentioned.
For each instance where bridging occurs, ask
participants to think about whether they already have materials, or whether they will
need to make teaching materials, or whether their pupils can make learning materials
to help with bridging.

Ask participants to continue this activity with lessons 2, 3 and so forth.


Explain to them that they can help each other.

For example, pairs can work on different lessons and share.

Sharing Bring participants back together and have them share in pairs.
what we will What are the bridging opportunities
do What material they will make/or have the pupils make
What will they bring to the next meeting to show what they did in terms of
bridging in their classroom

Ask a few pairs to share with the wider group.


20 minutes Set date for the next meeting and if applicable, set up dates and meetings for classroom
observations.

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