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The Daily Five

Presentation for "Methods of Teaching Elementary Language Arts Literacy"

Cody Vurgason

on 2 September 2012

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Transcript of The Daily Five

What is the Daily Five? Student-driven management structure designed to fully engage students in reading and writing. Series of independent literacy tasks students complete while the teacher meets with small groups or confers with individuals.

Structure that will help students develop the habits that lead to a lifetime of independent literacy. The Daily Five Gradual release of responsibility The first weeks of school are dedicated to launching the Daily Five and instilling literacy habits that allow for independent work with little or no teacher supervision. Read to Yourself

Read to Someone

Work on Writing

Listen to Reading

Word Work Core Foundations trusting students
providing choice
nuturing community
creating a sense of urgency
building stamina
stay out of students' way once routines are established Launching
Three ways to read a book
Day two and beyond Read to Self Three ways to read a book

Create an I-chart

Student modeling - correct and incorrect

Begin building stamina Read to Someone EEKK - elbow to elbow, knee to knee

I Read, You Read

Choral Read

Check for understanding Work on Writing Sustained writing of a student's choice
Peruasive writing
Friendly letters
Recount event
Narrative Listen to Reading Create an I-chart

Model and practice behaviors

Material problems Word Work Focus on spelling and vocabulary
Word Families and Making Words
Suggested Materials
Magnetic Letters
Wikki Stix
Letter Stamps
Colored Markers Key Materials, Routines, and Concepts Establishing a gathering place

Developing the concept of "good-fit" books

Creating anchor charts with students

Short, repeated intervals of independent practice

Calm signals and check-in procedures

Using the correct model/ incorrect model approach
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