Guided Reading ideas for the elementary classroom
The Bubbly Blonde: Throw Back Thursday~Guided Reading
Assessment in My Reading Workshop | Scholastic.com
This packet includes a separate Common Core aligned parent handout for each of the following Guided Reading Levels: A, B, C, D and E. ($)
Guided Reading Awards and Parent Handouts for Text Levels A - L
Don't know what to teach the kids depending on the reading level? These plans tell what the kids need to be doing at each level, so it make the planning easy- and saves TONS of time! Includes word work ideas, strategies that they should be working on, and comprehension skills for each level. $
Guided Reading Lesson Plans (Levels A-N)
Color code reading groups. Everything you need for that group will be kept in that colored bin. Laminate cards and write names using a Vis-a-Vis. In another location of the classroom where children can easily access the bins, the same colored bins are used for placing books, games, magnetic letters, etc. taught in the small-group setting that those students can later use during literacy centers.
Graffiti Table. Used on Friday for guided reading. Not exactly sure how I would adapt this with the diversity and numbers in our classrooms, but love this. There is a good explanation and more pics on Miss Stec's blog.
This has been hammered into my head ever since last semester! As an English teacher, we're held responsible for the teaching of Literacy. However, it is EVERY teacher's job to promote Literacy, not just ours! Every teacher, no matter what their content area is, should be integrating Literacy into their lessons! Literacy is also a BIG part of the Common Core Standards.
Hello Literacy: Informational Literacy Unit - Post Revised
Simply 2nd Resources: My Resources
3-2-1 Pyramid - like this idea for guided reading notebooks (1 main idea, 2 facts about the character, 3 new vocabulary words)