Guide-pedag.pdf (Objet application/pdf) Rcrla2009a.pdf (Objet application/pdf) La littératie pour tous... Chantale Carette conseillère pédagogique en français au primaire. Elementary Education - Mini Lessons in Writing Workshop. Connection ___ I connected today's work with our ongoing work. ___ I explicitly stated my teaching point.
Teach ___ I restated my teaching point. ___ I told a personal or class story connected to the teaching point. ___ I demonstrated by thinking aloud. ___ I pointed out things students should have noticed. Active Involvement ___ I asked students to be actively involved by turning and talking. ___ I listened / observed / coached their active involvement. ___ I shared an example of what I heard / observed. Link ___ I restated the teaching point. ___ I told students how what I had taught can be used in the future.
Sorts. Unit 4-Week 3 « 6th Grade Scott Foresman Reading Street Resources. <img src=First-Grade-topper.png><br> By "The Sisters" - Gail Boushey and Joan Moser Read to Self Read to Someone Listen to Reading Work on WritingWork on Words Our Daily 5 Choice Charts Daily 5 Choice Cards Students choose from the following choices each day: Read to Self Read to Someone Listen to Reading Work on Writing Work on Words Work on Computer I also place a Meet with Mrs.
Read to Self Read to Someone Listen to Reading Read to Self - Each morning, students choose 3 "just-right" books from our Classroom Library and place them on their desks. Listening Station Listen to Reading - On each group's day, the students can either choose a book on tape or a personal Cd player and book to listen to and read along. Work on Writing Students choose something from the Writing Station pocket chart to work on. Mini-Lessons. Cheri Summers comments: I compiled these mini lessons for a class that I am teaching for second grade teachers.
But I think that many of them would work for first and third grade as well. The lessons are grouped by writing trait, which I think could be used as a kind of structure for teaching. The groups are based on a 6 Trait writing model. The lessons are those that I have received from Deb Smith, from Barry Lane (the author of the Reviser's Tool Box), from Vicki Spandel (the developer of the 6 Traits model), and a few that I have used in the classroom myself. I have revised some of the lessons that I got from the teachers and authors mentioned earlier to fit the needs of my class.
If I have neglected to give you credit for a lesson that is yours let me know and I will fix it. These lessons are just examples of things you can do. Ideas Organization Voice Word Choice. Literacy. Suggested Resources Kid Writing: A Systematic Approach to Phonics, Journals, and Writing Workshops by Eileen Feldgus and Isabell Cardonick Month by Month Reading and Writing for Kindergarten (also known as Building Blocks) by Dorothy Hall and Patricia Cunningham Getting the Most Out of Morning Messages and Other Shared Writing Lessons by Payne and Schulman) I Can Read!
I Can Write! A Parent's Guide to Reading in Kindergarten - from Linda's Learning Links. Daily 5 Part 2- mini lessons. Yesterday I posted an overview about how I run Daily 5 in my classroom.
I also forgot to say yesterday that Daily 5 is the most amazing thing ever. I've never seen students so engaged and quiet. It's my favorite part of the day and theirs too! Today I will talk more about what I do during my mini lesson portion. After the students check in we immediately do our Daily Language Review. After the DLR we talk about our word of the week. The second mini lesson (after round 1) is almost always a comprehension lesson. The last mini lesson (after round 2) is either an accuracy, fluency, or vocabulary lesson. I don't focus too much on whole group accuracy lessons. Here is a picture of my CAFE menu.