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Copy of Guided Reading with CAFE and Daily 5
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Independent Literacy Detroit China Important
Questions (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Stockholm (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Small group
instruction Critical thinking Interest and
Motivation Scaffolding Accuracy Fluency Comprehension Word Study Assessment What are the benefits of
Guided Reading? How will the Daily 5/CAFE
allow for an effective balanced
literacy block? Do these programs foster
independent literacy? Understanding Today's Learners:
Changing Education Paradigms Expanded
Vocabulary Data Driven
Instruction Teachers feel overwhelmed Results Balanced Literacy
Development Hands on Activities
Take aways & Handouts
Daily5 lesson plans
CAFE reference guides Components of
the Daily 5
Groupings Why Guided Reading? What is the Daily 5? -a student driven
fully engage students in
reading and writing Important Best Practice associated with today's balanced literacy instruction Research based strategy (Laquinta,2006) Addresses the challenges of early reading instruction Why should we use the Daily 5? Students learn how to become independent and take responsibility for their own learning.
Allows time for teachers to address the specific needs of students by working with them in small groups.
Teachers also have the opportunity to have regular reading conferences with individual students. In 2004, Stahl recommended that students spend 15-30 mins. each day reading books of their own choice as an essential component of reading instruction. In 2007, the National Council of Teachers of English NCTE took a stand publicly and recognized that giving students time to read in school from student selected books that cover a wide variety of genres and interests has a positive impact on reading. What is CAFE? •System for managing grouping plans
•Simple yet comprehensive
•Ensures growth for all our students
Choice Peer Reviewed
on Literacy Acquistion Zoila P. Carrión A Day in the Life of a Daily 5 Classroom http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=162465 Take a Peek at Teachers using CAFE Getting Started Questions?