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Guided Reading in Grade 3-6 Everything You Need to Make Small-Group Reading Instruction Work in Your Classroom

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ISBN-10: 0439443970

ISBN-13: 9780439443975

Edition: 2006

Authors: Mary Browning Schulman

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Small-group reading instruction is an effective way to meet the needs of every student in your class. However, setting up the classroom routines and assessment, planning, and record-keeping systems necessary to make it all run smoothly can be a challenge. In this practical resource, veteran teacher Mary Schulman provides a step-by-step guide that answers all your questions about guided reading in the intermediate grades. Schulman shares her tried-and-true techniques as she demonstrates how to: assess students; organize and manage flexible groups; plan lessons that target students' needs; match students to texts; and, implement classroom routines that keep the rest of the class working…    
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Book details

List price: $21.99
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Scholastic, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/1/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 176
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

Guided Reading: What It Is and How It Fits Into a Comprehensive Literacy Framework
A Guided Reading Lesson in Action
Why and How Do We Use Guided Reading in the Intermediate Grades?
A Comprehensive Literacy Framework Supports Student Learning
Three Key Elements That Inform Instructional Decisions in a Comprehensive Literacy Framework
Final Thoughts
Assessing Students and Forming Guided Reading Groups
Ongoing Assessment Builds a Profile of Each Reader
Types of Assessment Information
Quick-Reference Chart of Selected Assessment Tools
Organizing, Storing, and Using Assessment Information
Using Assessment to Inform Instruction: Forming Guided Reading Groups
Final Thoughts
A Practical Framework for Planning and Teaching Guided Reading Lessons
Planning the Lesson: A Step-by-Step Guide
In the Classroom: A Look at How One Teacher Plans for and Teaches a Guided Reading Lesson
Final Thoughts
Exploring Key Reading Strategies in Guided Reading
Examining Your Own Reading Strategies
The Process of Reading: A System of Strategies
Summary of Reading Strategies: From Teacher Talk to Reader's Inner Talk
Final Thoughts
Organizing and Managing the Classroom Environment for Literacy Instruction
Set Up a Predictable Framework for Reading Workshop
The Basic Components of Reading Workshop
Possible Mini-Lessons
So, What Are the Other Students Doing?
Evaluating Your Reading Workshop
Other Classroom Resources That Support Teaching and Learning
Final Thoughts
Putting It Into Practice: Four Model Guided Reading Lessons
How the Guided Reading Lessons Are Organized
Previewing to Activate Prior Knowledge
Using Key Words to Summarize
Reading and Responding to the Folktale Genre
Understanding Perspective and Point of View Through Inferring from a Piece of Historical Fiction
Final Thoughts
In Closing
Guided Reading Passages
Publisher Information
Magazines, Theme Books, and Newspapers for Intermediate Grades
Shaping Strategic Readers Overview
Reading Level Conversion Chart
Guided Reading Lesson Plan and Record Form
Professional References