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Reader's Workshop mini-lessons  for the first 30 days... building a community of readers

Reader's Workshop mini-lessons for the first 30 days... building a community of readers

FREE Teaching Resource   Editable Novel Brochure on Google Classroom that students can edit for any novel!

Understanding Fact Families

FREE Teaching Resource Editable Novel Brochure on Google Classroom that students can edit for any novel!

Questioning chart - Love this! Could use the general format for any book, any grade! Also includes a freebie!!

Questioning chart - Love this! Could use the general format for any book, any grade! Also includes a freebie!!

From Learning with Mrs. Parker:  The Goldilocks Rule for finding the "right" book.

From Learning with Mrs. Parker: The Goldilocks Rule for finding the "right" book.

RR is an easy way for teachers to check the results for a running record test of reading. Simply enter the number of words read, number of errors and the number of self corrections.     RR will then feedback to you the error rate, percentage rate, self correction rate, and whether the text read is 'easy', 'instructional' or 'hard'.     Great for all classroom teachers who use Running Records to monitor student reading processes and achievement!

RR is an easy way for teachers to check the results for a running record test of reading. Simply enter the number of words read, number of errors and the number of self corrections. RR will then feedback to you the error rate, percentage rate, self correction rate, and whether the text read is 'easy', 'instructional' or 'hard'. Great for all classroom teachers who use Running Records to monitor student reading processes and achievement!

Five Ways to Improve Your Reading Climate for Friday

Five Ways to Improve Your Reading Climate for Friday

I like the idea of real vs fake reading so that students understand the expectations during independent reading

Used the book "No David" to practice making inferences (good guesses) about what was happening.  Before reading, looked at each picture, wrote down a guess and added a blurb about the picture clue they used to make it.

Used the book "No David" to practice making inferences (good guesses) about what was happening. Before reading, looked at each picture, wrote down a guess and added a blurb about the picture clue they used to make it.

{FREE} Guided Reading Assessment Rubric ....Follow for Free 'too-neat-not-to-keep' literacy tools  fun teaching stuff :)

{FREE} Guided Reading Assessment Rubric ....Follow for Free 'too-neat-not-to-keep' literacy tools fun teaching stuff :)

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