Teaching Reading in Small Groups Differentiated Instruction for Building Strategic, Independent Readers

ISBN-10: 0325026807
ISBN-13: 9780325026800
Edition: 2010
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List price: $33.75
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Heinemann
Publication date: 1/26/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 248
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

Book study groups and professional learning communities, click here to save 15% when you order 15 copies of Teaching Reading in Small Groups . Save $55.13! For teachers who sometimes feel as if data-based instruction, differentiated groupings, and formative assessments somehow involve going over to The Dark Side, this book is a powerful antidote. It will help you know that you can hold tight to your deepest beliefs about children and literature, classrooms communities, and good teaching. -Lucy Calkins Author of Units of Study for Teaching Reading In Teaching Reading in Small Groups, Jennifer Serravalloextends the powerful teaching that made Conferring with Readersa hit and helps you meet instructional challenges effectively and efficiently.

A literacy consultant, researcher, and author, Jennifer Serravallo is the best-selling author or coauthor of the Heinemann titles Teaching Reading in Small Groups and Conferring with Readers. Her latest book, The Literacy Teacher's Playbook, Grades K - 2 and Grades 3 - 6 helps teachers assess confidently and teach powerfully by sharing Jen's experience with assessment. Jen worked for eight years as a staff developer and national consultant at the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project at Columbia University. In this capacity, she helped urban, suburban, and rural schools implement exceptional literacy instruction through reading and writing workshops. While working toward her MA at Teachers College, she taught grades 3 - 5 in two Title I schools with large class sizes, high numbers of ELLs, and an enormous range of learners. These experiences galvanized her to write her Heinemann professional books as well as other professional resources for teachers, including: Independent Reading Assessment for fiction and nonfiction (Scholastic, 2013). Learn more about Jen and her work at www.jenniferserravallo.com, or connect with her at @jserravallo. In this video at The Teacher Channel, you can see how Jen's deep experiences with teaching, learning, and staff development help her to provide expert teacher-to-teacher feedback---even outside her usual content area. In her second video in a series at The Teacher Channel, Jen provides feedback on a third-grade reading lesson that introduces students to the strategy of finding the main idea in a text. Check out Jen's guest blog about transitioning readers to chapter books at chartchums.

Recommendations for Reading and Returning to This Book
Foreword
Acknowledgments
Beyond Reading Croups, Beyond Guided Reading
Small-Croup Instruction and The five Reading Tenets
The Last Word
Forming Croups: Making the Invisible Visible Through Assessment
Some Principles of Assessment
Assessing Engagement
Assessing Fluency
Assessing Print Work Strategies
Assessing Comprehension
Assessing Conversation
Preplanned Groups Versus Impromptu Groups
The Last Word
Without Engagement We've Got Nothing: Helping Children Want to Read
The Urgency of the Engagement Problem
Mentoring Headers into Developing a Reading Identity
Talking Up Books in Groups
Small Groups to Self-Monitor and Fix Up Disengagement
Self-Assigning Reading Goals for Purposeful Reading
Sign-Up Seminars to Energize Learners
The Last Word
Guided Practice Toward Independence: Strategy Lessons for Comprehension, Print Work, and Fluency
Why Strategy Lessons?
Strategy Lessons at a Glance: Structure
Explicit Strategies, Effective Demonstrations, Just-Right Prompts
Releasing Scaffolding over Time
The Last Word
Talking About Books: Improving Partnerships and Clubs
Supporting Book Cuba and Partnerships
Differentiated Partnership Work: Kindergarten to Second Grade
Read-Aloud Book Clubs: First Grade and Up
Chapter Introduction* for Clubs: Second Grade and Up
Teaching During Partnership and Club Talk
The Last Word
Reading with Fluency and Expression: Shared Reading, Warm-Up and Transfer Groups, and Performance Clubs
Shared Reading: Assessment-Based Support from Teachers and Peers
Warm-Up and Transfer Groups
Performance Clubs
The Last Word
Moving Readers to the Next Level; Text-Level Introduction Groups
What Is Adequate Progress?
Getting to Know Leveled Books
Getting to Know Your Readers Within a Level
Ten-Level Introduction Groups: An Alternative to Guided Reading
The Last Word
Organizing and Managing Small-Croup Conferring: Common Questions
Reading Workshop Basics
Visualizing the Room
Keeping Track
Scheduling Yourself
The Last Word
References
Children's literature
Index

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