Guided Reading in the K-4 Classroom

Tues. June 21, 2016 ~ 9:00 am-4:00 pm ~ workshop # 94478

What is guided reading?

Guided reading is an instructional connection in which the teacher brings children and literature together. It is one of the most widely-used strategies for developing effective reading instruction for teaching comprehension and fluency. Guided reading is the heart of a balanced literacy program. "The ultimate goal in guided reading is to help children learn how to use independent reading strategies successfully." ~Fountas & Pinnell

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS...

How do I create guided reading groups?

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Does guided reading teach and reinforce reading strategies?

How do I address students in an inclusion setting?

VALUES of Guided Reading

  • Provides the opportunity to read many texts and a wide variety of texts
  • Provides opportunity to use strategies on extended text
  • Challenges the reader and creates context for successful processing on texts
Classroom Content and SPED Inclusion Teachers attend- $10.00! Workshop fee $160

SPED please call for code.

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