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CCPS Jan Richardson's "The Next Step in Guided Reading"
Transcript of CCPS Jan Richardson's "The Next Step in Guided Reading"
Jan Richardson K-2
Guided Reading Lesson Plans
How to integrate with the New Scott Foresman Reading Series.
What Guided Reading is
Jan Richardson is the author of "The Next Step in Guided Reading". She is a literacy consultant and author who earned her Ph.D. studying struggling readers. She has been a classroom teacher, reading specialist, Reading Recovery® teacher, and implemented many staff development seminars.
WHO Is JAN RICHARDSON
Guided Reading and Your Classroom
Guided Reading is 'small-group reading instruction designed to provide differentiated teaching that supports students in developing reading proficiency. The small group model allows children to be taught in a way that is intended to be more focused on their specific needs, and accelerating their progress.
Early Reading Lesson Plans
Typically used with kindergarteners, struggling first graders, and ELL students.
*Students who know 40 or less upper and lowercase letters and few if any sounds.
*Lack concept of print
*benefit from whole group activities such as read-alouds, shared reading and interactive writing.
Letters and names, sounds, working with books, interactive writing.
Guided Reading Recipe
If you were making a guided reading recipe what would be some of your ingredients?
Here are the ingredients we came up with.
*Knows all letters and sounds
*Can read and write sight words
*Segments sounds in sequence (CVC)
*Uses spaces between words when writing
*One -to-one matching
*Use picture clues and initial letters to figure out unknown words
*Segments sounds to write unknown words
*use these strategies to self monitor during reading and writing
Discuss a story with teacher prompting
Emergent Readers Cont.
Jan Richardson's Strategies
*Mix and fix
*Dry Erase Boards
Advanced Kinder, first grade, struggling second grade, ELL
*Should be able to read and write 20-30 sight words DRA level 5-16
*Self monitor for meaning
*Problem-solve new words using strategies
*Reread to access meaning and structure
*Read for fluency and expression
*Remember what they read
*Apply phonetic principles, such as blends, vowel combinations, silent e, and endings in reading and writing
Kinder, First, ELL
Jan Strategies- Alphabet mats, Alphabet tracers
Word study- "Words Their Way"
Kinder/first level, I(DRA 16) or higher, Second, J-M, Third-Fifth, J-P
*Vocab and comprehension
*Decoding, fluency, retell
STP- Stop, Think Paraphrase
Types of questions
What do you think?
How do you integrate the two?
*The Three Little Pigs
* 1 teacher (an instructional assistant may be substituted)
* 1 small group of children (research says more than 6 will ruin the flavor)
*Equal number of books at child’s instructional reading level
*1 dry erase board and marker for each child
*Sprinkles of Reading strategy prompts
* Word study manipulatives (optional)
*Using one of the leveled readers from the Scott Foresman series create a guided reading lesson plan based on Jan Richardson's plan.
Let's Give it a Try
"Comprehension Scaffolds for Guided reading" Created by Wendy Hare
Here Are Some Of Our Favorite Strategies
*Books from library
* Classroom library
*Don't forget you can use an assortment of reading materials
*Preview/preheat book for vocabulary, picture walk, story introduction.
*To ensure independent readers, stir frequently!
*Sprinkle reading strategy prompts as needed.
*Check doneness by discussing literary elements and comprehension skills.
*Serve with word study manipulatives.