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📒The Next Step Forward In Guided Reading ✍ Jan Richardson
📝The Next Step Forward in Guided Reading Book Synopsis : Jan Richardson's highly anticipated update to the classic bestseller, The Next Step in Guided Reading, helps you and your students move forward. You'll find all the planning and instructional tools you need to teach guided reading well, from pre-A to fluent. Organized around Richardson's proven Assess-Decide-Guide framework, this new resource includes 29 comprehension modules, more than 50 streaming video lessons, and dozens of downloadables.
📝The Next Step Forward in Guided Reading the Guided Reading Teacher s Companion Book Synopsis :
📝The Next Step Forward in Guided Reading Book The Guided Reading Teacher s Companion Book Synopsis : In this resource-rich book and teacher’s prompting guide, you’ll find: - All the planning and instructional tools you need to teach guided reading well, from pre-A to fluent, organized around Richardson’s proven Assess-Decide-Guide framework. - Prompts, discussion starters, teaching points, word lists, intervention suggestions, and more to support all students, including dual language learners and struggling readers. - 29 comprehension modules that cover essential strategies--monitoring, retelling, inferring, summarizing, and many others. - Plus an online resource bank with dozens of downloadable assessment and record-keeping forms, Richardson’s all-new, stage-specific lesson plan templates. - More than 40 short videos showing Jan modeling key parts of guided reading lessons for every stage. - A handy flip-chart guide with prompts, discussion starters, and teaching points for use during guided reading to inform your next step forward.
📒Intensifying Classroom Routines In Reading And Writing Programs ✍ Michael P. Ford
📝Intensifying Classroom Routines in Reading and Writing Programs Book Synopsis : Three common routines are seen in almost every primary language arts programs: morning messages, shared readings, and word walls. These routines should be integrated to support the total language arts program, but are teachers of grades K-2 getting the most bang for their buck out of these activities? Morning messages can become very routinized and repeat the same experiences over and over again. Shared readings are sometimes conducted with little variation in spite of changing demands from the texts being used and changing needs in the learners with whom they are being used. Word walls might be put up with some attention early in the year and remain virtually unchanged as the year moves forward. Intensifying Classroom Routines in Reading and Writing Programs focuses on how teachers can get more instructional mileage out of these three common classroom routines. Author Michael P. Ford lays out step-by-step, day-by-day plans to put those three key routines on a cycle that changes as students move through developmental phases. This resource helps teachers plan for emergent and early readers and writers. It also looks at how teachers can assist students as they move through critical areas, including concepts of print, alphabetic knowledge, phonological awareness, sound-symbol relationships, high-frequency words, structural analysis, context clues, comprehension strategies, and composition strategies. With these intensified routines in place, students will clearly see connections between reading and writing.
📝Inquiries Into Literacy Learning and Cultural Competencies in a World of Borders Book Synopsis : The vision of this book has been to represent the work of educators and scholars invested in moving education beyond insular models of language study and cultural awareness to more globally representative and inclusive interactions that range from the studied word to the lived experience, and from reading the word to read the world (Freire & Macedo, 1987). A fundamental aspect of this vision is to recognize the living nature of language and its intricate role in culture. Culture is mediated through language (Hauerwas, Skawinski, & Ryan, 2017, p. 202) and the linguistic experience of difference is essential for developing cultural competence beyond surface culture considerations. The editors of this volume are committed to a closer bond between literacy learning and cultural competencies, particularly when literacy practices and education are often characterized by quantifiable standards and accountability restraints. Readers of this volume will find meaningful and practical approaches to engage with learners from their earliest encounter with language(s), through adolescence and adulthood, and across ever-changing local and global communities.
📒More Than Guided Reading ✍ Cathy Mere
📝More Than Guided Reading Book Synopsis : Is there too much emphasis on guided reading in primary classrooms? It's a question that many educators, like kindergarten teacher and literacy coach Cathy Mere, are starting to ask. Guided reading provides opportunities to teach students the strategies they need to learn how to read increasingly challenging texts, but Cathy found that she needed to find other ways to help students gain independence. While maintaining guided reading as an important piece of their reading program, teachers need to offer students opportunities during the day to develop as readers, to learn to choose books, to find favorite genres and authors, and to talk about their reading. In More Than Guided Reading, Cathy shares her journey as she moved from focusing on guided reading as the center of her reading program to placing children at the heart of literacy learning—not only providing more time for students to discover their reading lives, but also shaping instruction to meet the needs of the diverse learners in her classroom. By changing the structure of the day, Cathy found she was better able to adjust the support she was providing students, allowing time for whole-class focus lessons, conferences, and opportunities to share ideas, as well as reading from self-selected texts using the strategies, skills, and understandings acquired in reader's workshop. The focus lesson is the centerpiece of the workshop. It is often tied to a read-aloud and connected to learning from the previous day, helping to build skills, extend thinking, and develop independence over time. This thoroughly practical text offers numerous sample lessons, questions for conferences, and ideas for revamping guided reading groups. It will help teachers tweak the mix of instructional components in their reading workshops, and provoke school-wide conversations about the place of guided reading in a complete literacy curriculum.
📒Guided Reading ✍ Michael Ford
📝Guided Reading Book Synopsis : In an era of change in education, the time is right to refocus attention on guided reading practices. Guided reading remains an anchor in small group literacy instruction, but how has it changed with the new shifts? In this book, Michael Ford provides a practical resource to guided reading. He explains how it has evolved, why it s important, how to fit it into a comprehensive literacy program, how to select texts, how to position it for intervention, and how to assess students. Also included is an appendix with a listing of guided reading books.
📒Truly Guided Reading ✍ Liz Simon
📝Truly Guided Reading Book Synopsis : Guided Reading is the classroom Reading Recovery with supplements. In the classroom every child is involved in focussed reading instruction, small groups necessitate exceptional organization, all this without the year-long training that Reading Recovery participants have. Over the years teachers have been directed towards Guided Reading without knowledge of how to organize the class while working with small groups and further, without the knowledge of what is involved in overt reading instruction. This book will change that and give teachers the resources to organize and put in place worthwhile and relevant activities for children to independently engage in. In this book, significant suggestions are forwarded to make Guided Reading easier to implement and more effective. This book challenges held views about Guided Reading - misconceptions and misapplications of Guided Reading will be highlighted and in place will be effective pedagogy to help children move towards being truly confident, thinking readers. The teaching practices emphasized are: * Managing differentiated reading instruction for early, developing, early fluent readers, including a chapter relating to older readers. * Class management while working with small groups - independent tasks. * Questioning and prompting so children acquire and use self-help reading and comprehension strategies. * Encouraging student talk where they explore and exchange ideas. * Assessment (and recording) that informs instruction.
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📒Reading In The Primary School Years ✍ Pauline Harris
📝Reading in the Primary School Years Book Synopsis : Amid debates and inquiries into literacy, Reading in the Primary School Years provides a timely and comprehensive framework for identifying classroom strategies and experiences for teaching reading. By focusing on the social and cultural nature of reading, and by taking into account the new and increasingly diverse technologies, this framework provides practical guidelines for teching the four practices that reading involves and the dynamic contexts in which reading occurs.