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Daily5

Getting started with Daily5
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Caroline Bush

on 13 October 2014

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Transcript of Daily5

The Daily 5
Reading
Writing
Words
Digatize the Daily 5
Donalyn Miller's
Three Types of Readers
Aliteracy and Illiteracy
Other Daily 5 Essentials
CAFE or FACE
Comprehension
And finally...
About Donalyn Miller
About The Sisters
About Steven Lane
Underground
Donalyn is a 6th grade teacher in Texas who professes to have never met a child she couldn't turn into a reader. Follow her on Twitter @donalynbooks or her blog at teachermagazine.org
Sisters Gail Boushey and Joan Moser developed the Daily 5 during their elementary teaching in America.
Interestingly New Zealander Margaret Mooney was the catalyst to the sisters changing their practice. You can find out more about the sisters at http://www.the2sisters.com
Formally a grade school teacher in New York and currently the Professor of Literacy Education at Judson University in Elgin.
Best selling author of numerous books for children and teens.

Developing
Dormant
Often known as struggling
readers - these readers have had every intervention and yet still don't choose to read

These readers can read but choose not
to - reading is a task not a pleasure
Just want to read and wish the teacher would get out of the way and let them get on with it.
There are more readers who can but don't than there are readers who can't read at all
Make reading accessible and exciting
Reading inventories are what will whisper to you the books that the children want to read'
Instructional time is at a premium in our classes - why are we wasting it with 'busy work' that has little or no lasting value?
Freedom to Choose
Donalyn Miller and Steven Layne both advocate the use of reading inventories to truly understand what it is your children want to read
Read to Self
Read to someone
Listen to Reading
Work on Writing
Work on Words
Good fit books
I PICK
EEKK
Accuracy
Fluency
Expand Vocabulary
Build Stamina
Daily 5 is the vehicle
CAFE is the fuel
Phonetics
Fluency
Comprehension
Semantics
Syntax
Interest
Attitude
Motivation
Engagement
The Whole Reader
Layne 1997
http://www.oneword.com/

http://qrvoice.net/
http://www.tbcjr.com/
About Laura Candler
http://bit.ly/1sa8apC
http://bit.ly/Zcvarm
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