Guided Reading2012

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Guided Reading  within a  Balanced Literacy Program
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Fifteen things to do to ensure good readers: Get to know your students Provide books at lots at different levels and interest Read to them Time Oral reading Library visits Reading space Respond and reflect on reading Guided reading plus independent reading groups Use media for different texts and responses Teach comprehension and vocabulary Teach questioning skills Assessment: observe reading behaviors / document /portfolios Points of reference Build home connections Encourage readers
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Top Five  to excellent readers –   Demonstrate  how you are a reader Teach strategies  that students need to     know to  process and understand text Provide an  excellent classroom library Let  students choose  the books they want to read and  give them time  to read them Evaluate  students regularly, giving them  feedback   and helping them to  set goals Reggie Routman
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Key Features of the  Reading Competency TO READ AND LISTEN TO LITERARY, POPULAR AND INFORMATION- BASED TEXTS. To construct
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2012 for the course EDEE 223 taught by Professor Pasquin during the Winter '12 term at McGill.

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