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Fitting Daily 5 into Balanced Literacy - Zooming into Reading

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Fitting Daily 5 into Balanced Literacy- Zooming into Reading
Reading
Shared Reading
Balanced Literacy Teaching Approach- This is a teaching approach in which the teacher begins to read aloud to students and then invites them to join in. The focus of the first read of a Shared Reading text is always on COMPREHENSION. During the second and subsequent rereadings, you will revisit comprehension but you can also teach reading strategies, including word recognition, phonic elements, self-monitoring behaviours, and further analysis of text features.
Balanced Literacy Teaching Approach- Small-group teaching approach in which the teacher provides structured support to enable students to read texts at their instructional level. The teacher meets with students who require similar levels of reading materials and similar support with reading strategies.
Read Aloud
Balanced Literacy - Read Aloud is a teaching approach where the teacher instills a love of reading in students; models fluent, expressive reading; exposes students to different text types; models and teaches specific reading strategies (the goal is to integrate "thinking-aloud" comments and queries into the read aloud process without diminishing students' enjoyment of the text ).
Daily 5
This is an assumed teaching approach but isn't specifically addressed.
Daily 5
This teaching approach is not specifically addressed.
Shared Reading Teaching Strategies
Balanced Literacy:
Instructional Approaches

Read Aloud
Shared Reading
Guided Reading (or Small-group Shared Reading Levels A-C)
Independent Reading


Daily 5 student activities


Read to someone
Listen to reading
Read to self
Read Aloud:
Teaching Strategies
There is a chart in your LPEY Reading Guide Book under the Read Aloud section in each Grade level's teacher guide book.
eg. Gr. 1 Reading Guide pg. 23 shows a chart with 12 teaching strategies for Read Alouds.
There is a chart in your LPEY Reading Guide Book under the Shared Reading section in each Grade level's teacher guide book.
eg. Gr. 1 Reading Guide pg. 41 shows a chart with 11 teaching strategies for Shared Reading lessons.
Daily 5
Strategy Conferences - small group or individual student conferences
Daily 5
Rest of class is doing read to self, read to someone, listen to reading, work on writing, or word work.
Guided Reading
Balanced Literacy
Rest of the class is doing Literacy Centers independently while the teacher works with a Guided Reading group which is similar to Daily 5

There is a section in your LPEY Reading Guide book on implementing Literacy Centers.
eg. Gr. 1 Reading Guide pg. 126-127 and there is also an entire section on Guided Reading.
Read to Self - Daily 5
Read to Self = Independent Reading - This is not an instructional approach in Daily 5 but an activity for students to practice reading books.
Independent Reading
Balanced Literacy Teaching Approach-
Students self-select texts that they can read and understand with no teacher support. Teacher's role is to:
ensure that students are selecting and reading books at an appropriate level, so they can be successful at making meaning and word solving
monitor and support student progress with student-teacher conferences, mini-lessons, and/or appropriate follow-up in Shared or Guided Reading sessions
help students to select books from a broad range of text types and forms
gain insight into the reading interests of the class
Independent Reading Teaching Strategy
There is a section in your LPEY Reading Guide Book under the Independent Reading section in each Grade level's teacher guide book.
eg. Gr. 1 Reading Guide pgs. 88-123 includes the independent reading mini-lessons.
Boushey & Moser, 2006.
The Daily 5: Fostering Literacy Independence in the Elementary Grades
, Stenhouse Publishers, Maine.
Brailsford & Stead, 2006.
Literacy Place for The Early Years Reading Guide- Grade 1
. Scholastic Publishers, Markham.
Brailsford & Stead, 2006.
Literacy Place for the Early Years K-3 Planning Guide
. Scholastic Publishers, Markham.
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