Reading Intervention PLC

This Thursday...October 15th from 3:00-4:00 at the NEY

Hello Ladies...

I am looking forward to meeting with you guys this Thursday. Our topics will include...


1. A SEAS review

2. A look at the Live Binder

3. Guided Reading groups

4. Q & A

Something to think about...

In the book 40 Reading Intervention Strategies for K-6 Students, the author shares information on fluency lesson formats. The description of one format shared was...


"A combination of reading aloud, choral reading, listening to students read, and reading performance is implemented over a period of several days. Student first listens to the teacher read a poem or other text t the class. Then they read the text chorally, then pair and practice reading the text with a classmate and finally perform for an audience--either another class at their grade level or a class of younger or older students."


When I read this, my first thought was... "okay, tell me something new!" But then I decided what could I take from that and to help me "think" of something new. So here is something to think about... If the strategy above encourages fluency, how might we use..or maybe extend... this strategy with the readers that we work with?