Part 1. What do you remember about learning to ride a bike? -or teaching someone how to ride a bike?

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Part 1 Slide 2 Slide 3 Slide 4 What do you remember about learning to ride a bike? -or teaching someone how to ride a bike? Slide 5 Guided Reading small group similar reading abilities instructional level A process that teachers use to guide students to talk, think, and question their way through the text. Slide 6 Modeled Reading Shared Reading Guided Reading Independent Reading a continuum of support Read alouds Think alouds Modeling what good readers do Kids can see the text, teacher reads Strategies & skills Reading material Trophies Big Books Poems Charts Silent reading SSR/DEAR Centers Using strategies & skills taught Self selection Loving to read small groups same levels increasing difficulty reading & writing with support strategies & skills Slide 7 Guided Reading small group similar reading abilities instructional level A process that teachers use to guide students to talk, think, and question their way through the text. Slide 8 The instructional activity of teaching and learning is good only when it proceeds ahead of development and leads it. Lev Vygotsky Slide 9 Guided Reading small group similar reading abilities instructional level increasing levels of difficulty what good readers do A process that teachers use to guide students to talk, think, and question their way through the text. scaffolding Slide 10 The only way to make learning to read easy.. is to make the reading easy. Frank Smith Slide 11 Guided Reading small group similar reading abilities instructional level increasing levels of difficulty what good readers do A process that teachers use to guide students to talk, think, and question their way through the text. ongoing assessment reading has meaning 1 st reading: students read silently scaffolding

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