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Fabulous 4th Grade Froggies Fourth Grade Flipper Teaching In The Fast Lane 2 Smart Wenches 4th Grade Educational Websites Launching Your Readers Workshop The key to a successful readers’ workshop is teaching your students the right procedures so that the workshop runs smoothly and effectively. Use these launching lessons to create a more organized and meaningful experience for you and your students. Since many of these lessons build the foundation of your workshop and are more managerial in their intent, many don’t address a common core standard. WARM UP – Most true reading workshops begin with a 10 to 15 minute mini-lesson. However, in intermediate grades some teachers may choose to start with a 5 to 10 minute “warm up” during the transition between subjects (or as students enter the room, if your school has students switching teachers for subjects or if you are departmentalized). Some ideas we like include responding to a prompt in a reading journal (for some to share during the mini-lesson or reading “rap” up/sharing) and responding to a prompt on a graffiti wall. YouTube Clip #3 Selena Gomez talks about rehearsals for Radio Disney
Degnan, Lisa - Fourth Grade / Reading Workshop Dear Parents, I wanted to take a moment and tell you about the Reading Workshop experience that your child will be taking part in this school year. Reading Workshop has three major components. You can click the link below for a model lesson of reading workshop: Each Reading Workshop session will begin with a mini lesson that lasts approximately 10-15 minutes. During each mini lesson, I will introduce a specific concept, also known as the teaching point. The second component is the WORK PERIOD. During this time students are actively engaged in a variety of reading activities. Students use their Reader's Notebooks to: Record books they've readList books they would like to read in the futureRespond to their readingPrepare for book talksKeep track of Partner Reading discussions and meeting times During the workshop, Reading Partnerships can be formed. Guided Reading is a major part of a balanced literacy program in our classroom. The last component of Reading Workshop is the Closing.
Reading Workshop - Mrs. Atkinson's 4th Grade Website I'm so excited to tell you a bit about the reading instruction your child will receive at school this year. First and foremost, they will read, read, read! Reading is a skill that can only be developed through use. Everyday in school your child will have chunks of time for reading, and on most nights he/she will be asked to read. That same book should travel back and forth with them so they can stay consistent with keeping track of their progress. Some of our units will include: The Launch of our Reading Workshop Narrative Fiction...my favorite unit to teach! Note: All Reading Workshop units are designed to correlate with our Writing Workshop units and have been aligned for optimal learning. Reading Workshop Binder & Assignments... This year, we will be using a binder for Literacy. Reader Response Letters: This year, you will be writing letters to me about the books you are reading. Here are some READING STRATEGIES we will focus on this year:
Fourth Grade Math 4th Grade Math First Grade Second Grade Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Sixth Grade Number SensePlace value through hundred thousands Math Worksheet: Arrange the following numbers from greatest to least. 5,970, 3,504, 2,858, 7,212, 8,114 , , , , Place value through hundred millions Math Worksheet: Complete the patterns by filling in the blanks 112,022,496; 112,023,496; ; 112,025,496; Comparing whole numbers Math Worksheet: Choose the answer that correctly fills in the blank. 436,583,279 422,403,705 Rounding whole numbers Math Worksheet: Fill in the blank. 98 is when rounded to the nearest ten Addition using commutative, associative, and zero properties Math Worksheet: Evaluate the expression 984 - 317 - 0 Estimation for addition Math Worksheet: Round off each number to the hundreds. Triangle Angles Math Worksheet: Find the value of x.
Word Study Routine and Tips~Words their Way | Life, Love, Literacy Recently, I have received lots of interest in my Words Their Way Word Searches and questions about my word study routine. If you are unfamiliar with Words Their Way, check out the foundational text by the same name. To see an example of the developmental spelling inventory, check out this tutorial from Pearsontraining. In the past few years, I have tried different things, but worked to simplify the process of having too many groups, word lists, and activities for students to complete. Keep in mind that the routines and ideas I describe below are from the upper elementary perspective. Tip # 1: Stop planning Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri routines and think of your word study activities as a cycle. Although we might take a week and a half to cycle through the activities for one word list, we value word study more because we know ALL of the routines are going to happen for that word list. Here's my current word study cycle of activities (and it feels "successful" most of the time): Whew!
25 Anchor Charts for Teaching Writing Anchor charts are a great way to make thinking visible as you record strategies, processes, cues, guidelines and other content during the learning process. Here are 25 of our favorite charts for teaching your students all about writing. The Why Behind Writers Workshops Source: The First Grade Parade First and second graders will draw inspiration from this fun-filled anchor chart about why we write. Source: Juice Boxes and CrayolasIt's the icing on the cake! Looking for more?