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Guided Reading Essentials

Pieces to successful guided reading
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Transcript of Guided Reading Essentials

Guided Reading Essentials
Grades 3-5

Management
How do I Manage Guided Reading?
Organization
Components of Guided Reading
Assessment
Keeping track
Managing Guided Reading is Possible!
Our goal is to successfully and effectively teach our students to read independently!
Components
Management
Assessment
Resources
Workstations
Organization
Resources
Basic supplies to get started
Guided Reading Lesson Steps
How do I keep track of all of this?
Workstations- Kidstations
What is everyone else doing?
Sticky notes
White boards/ markers
Leveled books 5-6 of each
Classroom library
no more than 50% leveled

Station Options
Reading
Writing
Social Studies
Independent Reading
Poetry, Newspaper, Magazines
Text structure- practice mini lesson skills
KidBiz3000
I-Station
Prompts
Journals
Writer's Workshop
Integrated Reading and Writing activities
Research
Discussion questions
Projects
* More resources at http://www.busyteacherscafe.com/literacy_centers/

Chart Management
Planning
Lesson Plans
Keeping Track
What's your style?
Guided Reading Groups
When planning groups
think about:
Reading Level
Language proficiency level (ESL/Bilingual)
Strategies/ Needs
GR Schedule:
When are you meeting?
How often?
How long?
Group Sizes:
Early Fluency/Emergent
Keep them small (3-5)
Meet often at least 3X/week or more
Fluent/Proficient
Larger groups o.k. (4-6)
Meet less often 2X/week
Introduce text
Read and discuss text
Work on Skills
and Strategies
Extend the text
Test Prep
Lesson Steps
Set up (blurb)
Picture walk
Preview book/ vocabulary
Listen to students read
Talk about meaning
Allows discussion
and opinions
Use specific skills
taught in mini-lesson
Needs based lessons
Reading strategies
Use higher level questioning
Thinking beyond text
Use STAAR question stems
If you use these throughout the year
there's no need for drill & kill!
Running records- progress monitoring,
diagnostic tools
Checklists- On-going observation
Anecdotal notes- On-going observation
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