About the KIPP Teacher Resource Guide

Teacher Resource Guide

The Teacher Resource Guide (TRG) provides instructional support for the KIPP Wheatley curriculum.

It includes skill instruction (“reading/thinking steps”) for Common Core Reading Standards, mini-lessons for language standards related to vocabulary, and instructional routines and practices. It also includes a compendium of teaching tools and resources for use when instructing the modules, including a glossary of literary terms, writing rubrics, and text-specific extension and engagement activities.

KIPP Wheatley

KIPP Wheatley (KW) is a comprehensive literacy curriculum for grades K-8 used by 50,000 students nationwide. It is designed to help students meet Common Core State Standards for reading, writing, and language. KIPP Wheatley includes 45 modules—five for each grade. Each module includes 32 to 36 lessons and three formal assessments. Each lesson includes 90 minutes of reading and writing instruction for grades 1-8 and 75 minutes of reading and writing instruction for kindergarten.

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KIPP Schools

KIPP Schools are tuition-free, public charter schools open to all students. KIPP schools are united by a common mission, a commitment to excellence, and a belief that if we help children develop the academic and character strengths they need for college and choice-filled lives, they will be able to build a better tomorrow for themselves, for their communities, and for us all.

KIPP Foundation

The nonprofit KIPP Foundation trains and develops outstanding educators to lead KIPP schools; provides tools, resources and training for excellent teaching and learning; promotes innovation; and facilitates the exchange of insights and ideas across KIPP and other public schools and organizations.