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  • Rebecca Nerio

    Teaching My Friends!: Calling Guided Reading Groups

  • Alyssa Hazen

    Guided Reading Groups! Each group gets a slot and everything is color coded!

  • Jamie Pellant

    Teaching My Friends!: Reading Workshop. each color corresponds to a group. materials go in a drawer for each group. This would be helpful for scaffolding texts and assignments!

  • Dana Lylo

    guided reading organization

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After each day of reading, students are required to write one thing they learned from their reading each day on a special colored sticky note. This should relate to their group's subfocus. They then post their notes on their sheets on the bulletin board. The teacher keeps track of each student's daily "stickies" in a binder.

Learning goal and success criteria for novel study. Students put it into their books also.

This is kind of like a CAFE BOARD FOR TEACHERS! It's a menu of skills to teach to guided reading groups, arranged by LEVEL!!! I wish I knew how to make a drooling emoticon, because I'd make like 100 of them right now!!!

Amazing blog about guided reading groups

Student Assessment for Guided Reading Groups. I will change some.of the categories. for example, words missread words, sight words to work on, did child read story independently, missread word family words. This way, I have a record of what child needs help in for intervention and what the parent needs to work on at home. Im excited!

I few weeks ago I blogged over on my blog about my small group. In case you missed it, here it...

Would be a fantastic idea for guided reading groups - each student has a different color. Could be kept in their guided reading folder to by sabrina

This is a great visual, and easy to move kids levels. Would be nice to be able to write the date on their card that they moved so you could see progress speed.

Organize and label a separate basket or bin for each small group you have. You can place the readers and materials you need for your lesson in the basket so that everything is right at your fingertips when you are ready to start.

An invaluable resource for any classroom teacher who teaches guided reading, uses literature groups, or loves reading workshop! Inspired by Fountas...