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NEW!  Family Guide for Student Success

The Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) developed family guides to assist with grade-level at home strategies and activities that support both student and parent understanding of the English language arts and mathematics standards. Parents can use the activity booklets at home to support what their children are learning in the classroom.

http://mdek12.org/ESE/Guides

 

2016 English Language Arts Scaffolding Documents
with the Mississippi College- and Career Readiness Standards
The purpose of these documents is to provide teachers with a deeper understanding of the Standards as you plan for classroom instruction.

Based on the 2016 Mississippi College- and Career-Readiness Standards, these documents provide a close analysis of the requirements for student mastery. Because of the rigor and depth of the Standards, scaffolding instruction to meet the needs of all learners is essential.

Kindergarten Scaffolding
1st Grade Scaffolding
2nd Grade Scaffolding
3rd Grade Scaffolding
4th Grade Scaffolding
5th Grade Scaffolding

 
Mississippi Literacy Based Promotion Act

The 2013 legislative session the Literacy Based Promotion Act, the primary goal is to create proficient readers by the third grade.  This law requires all third graders to pass the Mississippi  or they will not be promoted to the fourth grade unless the student meets the good cause exemption criteria.  Click on the links to learn more about this legislation.

Literacy-Based Promotion Act  Parents As Partners Video

http://mdestream.mde.k12.ms.us/aso/LBPA_Parent_Session.mp4

 

Parent Read-at-Home Plan

http://www.mde.k12.ms.us/docs/curriculum-and-instructions-library/parent-read-at-home-plan_mde_lbpa.pdf?sfvrsn=2

 

Helping Your Child Learn to Read – A Parent Guide (K-3)

http://www.centeroninstruction.org/files/PutReadingFirst_ParentGuide.pdf


 

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