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Welcome to the LINCS Reading and Writing Group.

The group is a community of practice for practitioners, advocates, researchers, learners, policymakers, and others who are interested in discussing reading and writing in the field of adult literacy.

Topics discussed include:

  • Essential Components of reading instruction
  • Serving individuals with a barrier to employment including those who have low levels of literacy skills
  • Literacy skills, skill-building, and instructional strategies
  • Using content standards in English Language Arts and Literacy instruction
  • Family literacy
  • Learning in context
  • Best practices based on the most rigorous research available and appropriate

Recent Activity

Here are the 25 most recent posts in this group.

Title Replies Last Post
Discussion : Rumi in The Classroom Dec 16, 2018
Discussion : What are you reading? 3 Dec 14, 2018
Discussion : Writing as a Basis for Reading and So Much More! Guest-led Discussion with Dr. Rebeca Fernandez 9 Dec 13, 2018
Discussion : K-1 Phonetics-First Writing and Reading with Truespel and Beyond 1 Dec 7, 2018
Discussion : Using Writing Test Prompts to Develop Academic Writing with Dr. Kirsten Schaetzel 21 Dec 5, 2018
Poll : Reading and Writing CoP Focus Dec 3, 2018
Discussion : Register Now for Penn State Online ABE Cert Spring Courses Dec 3, 2018
Discussion : Ideas from the Crowd - HyperDocs Webinar December 11, 2018 at 3:00 P.M. 2 Dec 2, 2018
Poll : What Are Your Favorite Writing Teaching/Learning Topics ? Dec 1, 2018
Discussion : Webinar Friday, Dec. 7 at 1:00 PM ET -- "Writing as a Basis for Reading and So Much More" with Dr. Rebeca Fernandez Nov 30, 2018
Bulletin : Webinar Friday, Dec. 7 at 1:00 PM ET -- "Writing as a Basis for Reading and So Much More" with Dr. Rebeca Fernandez Nov 28, 2018
Poll : Contextualized Grammar Instruction Nov 28, 2018
Discussion : Effective Ways of Teaching Complex Expression in Writing 1 Nov 27, 2018
Discussion : How many books do you have in your home? A new PIAAC study suggests it makes a difference on how well children will do as adults. 7 Nov 26, 2018
Discussion : scholarship for Ph.D. Program in Lifelong Learning and Adult Education at Penn State Nov 26, 2018
Poll : Effective Ways of Teaching Complex Expression in Writing Nov 26, 2018
Discussion : Your Opinion Is Highly Valued! Nov 25, 2018
Poll : What engages you the most? Nov 25, 2018
Discussion : Follow Up Questions on Using Test Prompts to Develop Academic Writing Nov 18, 2018
Discussion : Follow Up Questions on Using Graphic Organizers to Develop Academic Writing Nov 18, 2018
Discussion : New-Collar Jobs Nov 13, 2018
Discussion : Honoring Veterans as Educators Nov 12, 2018
Discussion : Webinar Tuesday, November 13 at 1:00 PM ET: Using Writing Test Prompts to Develop Academic Writing with Dr. Kirsten Schaetzel Nov 8, 2018
Discussion : Phonics as Supersonics? 3 Nov 7, 2018
Discussion : "App to Speed" learning circles for low-literate adults and English language learners 1 Nov 7, 2018

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