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Transcript of Guided Reading
A Week at a Glance
Guided Reading should occur every day.
Try to meet with every student every day.
Read with lowest groups FIRST.
Keep groups between 4-5 students.
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Preview New Text
State the purpose
for their reading and
you will be teaching.
of text together or echo reading
Provide a summary statement
1-2 sentence overview of the story
Create a personal connection
build a bridge between story & students
raise their interest
supports their comprehension
Turn pages together and ask questions about what they see.
Try to verbalize patterns and vocabulary to foster success in their future reading.
Ask kids to
find and frame anchor words
new vocabulary words
new sight word that repeats
Sight word review
Read the New Text
Kids read independently.
They whisper read.
Teacher listens in to one student at a time and takes notes as well as prompts.
You may stagger start or have some
kids read a page over again.
Listen to each student.
Those that finish early read the book again for practice.
Immediately follows reading
May be completed in literacy station.
Directly related to skill or purpose of lesson
word patterns in the text
Should involve writing
more lengthy response closer to the end
of the week
Complexity of activity varies depending on reading level
Each group looks like this:
Preview new text
Read new text
Student Activity (writing)
most likely will follow in a station
Mix and Fix
Sight Word switch
Sticker/post it sight words
Cut up sentences
From the text
Based on the sentence structure.
Picture Clue Match
sentence that matches picture
with blocks (checking the book)
drawing pics on post-its
Characters & Setting
Draw and label
Objectives for our time:
Identify the components of Guided Reading.
Identify the role of the teacher and the students in a Guided Reading group.
Know how to plan appropriate lessons based on teacher observations and student needs.
Planning our GR lessons with text we will use
Before, During, After
Set a purpose for your students in Guided Reading. Ex: fluency, comprehension
Select a strategy you will model to help the students gain confidence in that purpose.
Select appropriate text
Introduce the text based on the focus of the lesson.
Pause, Prompt, Praise
Take notes of student behaviors and areas to instruct in the future.
Leave room for skills to be practiced.
Provide students opportunity to practice new skill with guided and then independent practice. (writing should occur)
Purpose & skill to teach
Prompts you will offer
Tools you will need
We are here to support you!
Let's Make a Plan!
Ideas for Your Lesson Purpose
Concepts of Print
first & last letter of a word
uppercase and lowercase
first & last word of a sentence
one to one correspondence
sentence (the meaning of the text)
Get your mouth ready
Sound/Stretch it out
Look for chunks
Go back and read again
Use your pictures
Does that make sense?
Skip/Hop over it
recognizing sight words
putting words together as if you're talking
notice punctuation and match voice to it
retelling with book as reference
characters, setting, plot
problem and solution
Concepts of Print:
all groups early on in the year
Strategies and Skills:
the abilities we want to instill in our students to become independent readers
Decoding the words while comprehending the text.
Monitoring their own reading for understanding.
reading with speed, accuracy, and proper expression.
Constructing meaning through interaction and involvement.