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Reader's Workshop

Reader's Workshop
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Free 3rd Grade Resources Online – Fun Resources for 3rd Graders Printable– JumpStart In 3rd grade, 8 and 9 year olds are gradually transforming into more mature learners. As they begin to learn from their reading and complete assignments independently, parents and teachers can help them along with JumpStart’s free, printable 3rd grade resources. 3rd Grade Resources 8 and 9 year olds are more independent learners. However, this does not make the role of parents or teachers any smaller.

Readers' Workshop K-6 - Minilessons Planning for Daily Intentional TeachingWhat do my students need to know?What strategies and knowledge help them as readers?In what way does this strategy look different across genre?What language will I use? Launching Units The unit below was created by Hall County teachers to help you successfully jump-start writing workshop in your classroom. first10daysofwritingworkshop.doc The unit below was created by Hall County teachers as a resource for Kindergarten teachers to launch writing workshop. Launching Units lessons 1 through 20: k_launching_unit.doc Sample anchor chart: anchorchart.doc Sample rubric for final assessment: kindergarten-writing-rubric.doc Writing paper specific to Kindergarteners: kindergarten_paper.doc Suggestions for Kindergarten WorkshopPhotos of student work from Chicopee Elem: * A big thank you to Amy Durrence, Paula Tipton, and Katrina Hursey for creating this unit. Launching Units for 1st grade

Strategies for Reading Comprehension Strategies for reading comprehension are conscious plans — sets of steps that good readers use to make sense of text. Explicit instruction in comprehension strategies help students become purposeful, active readers. We love the strategies for reading comprehension that Tanny McGregor and other top authors offer us to help children understand what they read. Reading Process Poster Template By enlarging the following template and laminating, you can write (with a dry-erase marker) important reading processes and applications for children to discuss and understand during and after a piece of literature is read. READ-O As mentioned on the Reading Fluency Activities Page, students are encouraged to read each night at home with their families and keep track of the books they read.

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Reading Workshop - Information, ideas, and resources from Busy Teacher's Cafe The Reading Workshop is a teaching method in which the goal is to teach students strategies for reading and comprehension. The workshop model allows teachers to differentiate and meet the needs of all their students. Reading Workshop helps to foster a love of reading and gives students chances to practice reading strategies independently and with guidance. This workshop model is similar to the Writing Workshop model. Many school districts use the Reading Workshop Model but there are other models of literacy instruction as well. Writer's Workshop Resources and Ideas The majority of time of Writing Workshop is devoted to independent writing. During this time, students are prewriting, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing their pieces. Depending on the age and abilities of your students, independent writing can be as short as 15 minutes or as long as 45-60 minutes. It helps to build stamina with your class, beginning with a short amount of time and building that time until they can work for up 30 minutes or more. According to Katie Wood Ray (The Writing Workshop, 2001), students can also do other activities during their writing time, such as

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