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Great Habits Great Readers PD Outline

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Pre-Work to Session 1
* Objective: Develop a common understanding that this is a learning process and we are developing together.

*Growth Mindset Reading (Chapter 1)
http://www.prufrock.com/Assets/ClientPages/pdfs/Mindsets_Text.pdf


Session 1: Nuts & Bolts of Guided Reading
Objective: I can create a shared definition of what guided reading is, and identify components of exemplar guided reading instruction.
Session 2: Data 101
Objective: I can analyze my current classroom data in order to group my students for guided reading.

Session 3: Diving Deeper into OUR Data
Objective:
I can develop a deeper understanding on how to analyze and action plan from my students' data.

Session 4: Scheduling & Structure
Objective: I can develop a schedule and structure for leveled groups based on data.
Session 5: Planning
Objective: I can plan a guided reading lesson that is aligned to what my students need.
Session 6: Digging Deeper Through Prompting
Objective: I can identify and practice higher level questioning and prompts to integrate into my lessons.
Session 7: Pulse Check & Future Planning
Objective: I can identify strengths and weaknesses of current practices & action plan for further development.
GOAL!
Great Habits Great Readers

Professional Development Outline

Leading Educators PLC
May 2015



Session 1 Breakdown:
*Do Now: Growth Mindset quiz
http:/www.smithtown.k12.ny.us/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Mindset-Quiz.pdf
* Set norms for rest of PD
o Brainstorm components
o Watch exemplar
o Define Guided Reading
o Re-watch exemplar and use page 192 to identify components

Page Number for Reference
:

*215
*207

Action Steps for Next Session
:
*Read Chapters 1 & 3
* Bring data you use to group students
*Develop meaningful tasks for non-guided reading groups
Session 2 Breakdown:

Do Now - page 43-44
* Effective Habits of the Classroom - Identify a strength and an area of growth
*Mix-Pair-Share, Socrative, paper/pencil)
* Share how you set up the classroom to allow for small group instruction (meaningful tasks, Daily 5, etc)

DATA
- Understand the data we have
- How do you look at the data?
- What reports do you need?
- What does the data tell you about…
o Grouping your students?
o Overarching themes of student strengths/weaknesses

Action Steps for Next Session

1) Group Students
2) Read Chapter 7

Session 3 Break Down:


(1) Do Now:
Partner talk about rationale for grouping students
(2) DATA
* What does the data tell you?
(NWEA, DRA, DIBELS)
* The specific needs of each group (Page 193)
(3) Tier versus Guided Reading instruction
*FLEXIBLE GROUPS**

* Needs?
*What other information is needed?
(4) WORK TIME
Page Numbers for Reference: 209, 22
Action Steps for Next Session

1) Read Chapter 8

Session 4 Breakdown:

Do Now:
What aspects of the guided reading model we present will have the biggest impact for your students?

Schedule and Structure (Chapter 8)
-
Revisit page 215
- Page 189

WORK TIME
-
Schedule for groups
- how would the lessons be structured differently for each of your groups (page 192-193)

ACTION STEPS BEFORE NEXT SESSION
(1) Read Chapter 9 -
* Read the examples that contain the levels you teach. Don't worry about reading the whole chapter if it doesn't apply!


Session 5 Breakdown:

(1) Do Now:
What takeaways do you have from the reading that would have the greatest impact in your classroom?
-Watch selected videos (attached DVD)

(2) Planning a Guided Reading Lesson (Chapter 9)
*Pages 201 – 205 – Sample Lesson Plan

SHARE TEMPLATE FROM GHGR LESSON PLANS

Action Steps for Next Session:

(1) using the template, plan a GR lesson with one of your district resources
Session Breakdown:

(1) Breakdown a lesson with a focus on levels
* Chapter 18 PD resources
* Questioning
*Power of Prompting (page 219)
-Narrative Guided Reading Prompts
231, 356-421
GHGR - LESSON PLANNING RESOURCES
Action Steps
(1) In lessons, highlight some of the prompts (2) teach a guided reading lesson
(option: video tape for reflection)
Session Breakdown:

(1)
Do Now
:
How did the discussion change when you used the prompts

(2)
Overall pulse check
* What is going well?
* What do you need more information on?

(3)
Set Up Classroom Observations
*What trends are we seeing that can be addressed in whole group?
* Coaching Opportunities
* Peer observations

(4)
What other factors influence guided reading??
Jot Thoughts - Parking Lot... Plan for future PD





Text Selection - SHARE RESULTS FROM THE GHGR GROUP
Meaningful tasks - SHARE RESULTS FROM THE GHGR GROUP
Action Steps:

Break up the book and figure out what parts to focus on if you are
...teaching kindergarten
...an emerging teachers
...etc

QUESTIONS?
Share Structures & Scheduling Resources from GHGR
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