Balanced Rdg Program

Balanced Rdg Program - -provides multiple exposures to...

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Components of a “Balanced” Reading Program Directions : You have several articles and chapters addressing a “balanced” reading program. Prior to class #2, please fill out the first two columns (Description and Benefits) of the grid and be prepared to share. We will fill out the rest of the chart in class. Benefits Read Aloud: -Teacher reads aloud to the whole class or small group -Pronunciation -Teacher can model -Increases vocab -Gives students access to more advanced reading level -Builds classroom community -Involves students in reading for pleasure -Single most influential factor in young children’s success in learning to read -Easiest to incorporate into classroom -Requires little prep Shared Reading: Student or group of students see the text and observe a teacher reading it with fluency and expression and they are invited to read along -establishes a sense of community in the classroom -gets the students excited about reading -gives the students a sense of ownership over reading -students can start to learn about the format of a text
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Unformatted text preview: -provides multiple exposures to texts Component & Description Benefits Guided Reading:-teacher support, guidance, and instruction are available for readers Independent Reading: Components of a Balanced Reading Program Directions : In your table groups and as a class, you will fill out the rest of the chart, noting adaptations for each group of students. You may want to think about specific students on your class list. What do you need to consider in order for the components of a Balanced Reading Program to be appropriate for these students? Be prepared to share your ideas with the class. Component Considerations for ELLs Considerations for Special Education Considerations for GATE Read Aloud Highlight vocab using context Using tone of voice and pacing Priming for reading Using familiar plots Shared Reading Having pictures Creating a word bank One on one practice Students can take turns identifying strategies/ leading discussion Guided Reading Independent Reading...
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