NewBrook uses Fundations® literacy curriculum which utilizes a structured literacy approach to make learning to read fun while laying the groundwork for lifelong literacy. The program’s research-based approach and extensive materials allow K–3 teachers to confidently present a carefully structured reading, spelling, and handwriting curriculum using engaging, multisensory techniques. Fundations is aligned with the science of reading and guides teachers to provide effective instructional practices.

Learn more below about how our school and district implements literacy instruction.

Fundations Scope & Sequence.pdf

K-3 Literacy Scope and Sequence

Scope and sequence is a term used to identify the amount of content an educator will teach for participants (Scope) and the order in which they teach the selected content (Sequence).

WCSU Literacy Framework.pdf

K-5 Literacy Framework

A framework is a set of organizing ideas or principles that guide instruction. This framework summarizes the guiding principles and practices for students to achieve reading success with high-quality resources and instructional techniques.

WCSU CCSS Literacy Scope and Sequence with FCRR Alignment.pdf

K-5 CCSS Scope and Sequence with FCRR Alignment

CCSS are the Common Core State Standards. FCRR (Florida Center for Reading Research) is an interdisciplinary research center at Florida State University. FCRR investigates all aspects of reading and reading-related skills across the lifespan

PA Kit and Heggerty Scope and Sequence.pdf

95% PA Kit and Heggerty Scope and Sequence

95% PA (phonological awareness) kits/lessons provide instruction and practice to make instruction explicit and systematic for struggling readers. Heggerty is a literacy program that uses researched based approaches to teaching phonemic awareness.