This is a great way to keep your guided reading lesson plans organized. A five day lesson plan in a very organized two page document. Included is strategies for your ESL students. I hope you enjoy using this lesson plan as I do!
Guided reading:Anecdotal note form from the reading workshop toolkit - includes decoding, comprehension, and fluency! Read the post for ideas about how to figure out what to teach during guided reading.
I felt like this was an extremely useful chart to use to convert DRA, Guided Reading & AR levels with grade level equivalencies as well as reading development stages. The color coding makes it extremely easy and handy to code classroom books too!
Teach Your Child to Read - Guided Reading Resource Card FREEBIE--these cards have everything you need to know for each skill with all guided reading levels! They are GOLD! Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.
Use this checklist to keep track of which skills each of your students have mastered. By using this list (based off of Lucy Calkins' TCRWP) you will know when a student is ready to move up to the next guided reading level (Fountas and Pinnell).