On 5/11/07, Patti wrote:
> I've danced around enough on this question...
> I have just read some of the past articles from Cheryl
> Sigmon's site, and figured out the real question I have.
> Can I do Four Blocks on my own, in my classroom, if no
> other teachers in my school use it? And short of finding a
> workshop, what should I read this summer to get a good
> start come September? I've used the F/P guided reading,
> and I like what I read in bits and pieces on Four Blocks,
> but don't want to jump in with both feet unless I can do
> it on my own.
> Thanks, and I hope I get this figured out soon, I'm tired
> of trying tp piece together a reading program I like, and
> works for the kids too.
Most certainly, you can do it on your own! I was the Lone
Wolf in my school when I started; others later joined in. I
believe deb was a Lone Wolf in her building as well! Why
wait around for everyone else to do what you know is right?
And if you stumble, we're here to help.