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Reading Workshop - The Big Picture

1 of 3 - goals, classroom environment, matching books to readers, schedules, read alouds, designing mini lessons

Jessica Mankowski

on 17 October 2012

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Transcript of Reading Workshop - The Big Picture

Reading Workshop Schedules Big Picture Goals Classroom Environment The Big Picture create lifelong readers who can read complex texts

By the time they leave me, no matter what other reading they have to do for school, they know what books they like and where to get them.

Move kids up levels

Handle text complexity in fiction and nonfiction

Manage their reading lives – confidence to say that a book is too hard, what can I read before this?

Teach kids to seek and find books meeting area charts materials student work classroom library mini lessons
I talk; you listen
screen/charts foster independence
teach to what annoys you pencils/pens
art supplies
reference tools
post-its pride/celebration
teaching tools somewhat leveled
high interest Weekly Daily (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr Launching Read Alouds Designing Mini Lessons Matching Books to Readers model and chart
finding time to read
reading ladders Partner Talk Reading Statistics reading records
status of the class check ins
during mini lesson
Choose books that serve your teaching purposes (picture books and short stories for upper grades)
Notice all the strategies that you use while reading (because we never read in isolated skills) and chart them for students to notice in their independent reading. While Reading Discussion Stop and write
Teacher calls on one student to read/share their idea
Students call on each other for the rest of the discussion.
Must address one point at a time by starting their responses with one of the following words: AND, BUT, WHEN, WHY Architecture Connection (metaphor/yesterday I taught you...)
Model Strategy (Watch me as I...)
Guided Practice (turn & talk/stop & jot)
Link (Today and every day...) Mini Lessons are short and specific What to Teach
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