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I have a fun reading resource for you! Book Talk is loaded with ideas to use for retelling stories, comprehending reading, and using books and tools to share some good conversations. Click here for a preview. Students will have plenty to do during reading time. Plus, there are some great homework ideas too! I recently updated this cover and added more graphic organizers and activities to this resource. Here are just a few examples of what's included: Questions to ask partners or questions…
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The best way for disfluent readers to become fluent is by reading! These students need to focus on ACCURATE text reading, use decodable text, repeated readings, systemic daily practice of reading words accurately, modeling of fluent reading and encouraging students to read like they are talking. Students need LOTS of opportunities to read text (at their level) using choral, cloze, echo and partner reading. These are great fluency strategies are for interventions. #fluency #fluencystrategies
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Procedures, routines, printables, anchor chart examples, and mentor texts to support reading independence while launching reading workshop.
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For those of you who had a February break, we hope you are feeling rested and ready for March. For those of you that didn’t… HANG IN THERE! April is just around the corner, or maybe dow…
Diana Martin saved to Reading Workshop
I have been using partner reading since my first year teaching. I want to share a few ideas for how to implement it in a low maintenance way.
Happy Saturday and happy three day weekend! Having Labor Day off is always sooo nice after the beginning of the school year. 🙂 You might already know that I also write on the “Who’s Who and Who’s New” collaborative blog, and today I’m teaming up with a few of the other bloggers for a little fun Labor Day […]
The end of the year doesn't have to be difficult. Try these engaging end of year literacy activities and ideas to keep your students engaged until the end.
Today I wanted to stop by and share some strategies for teaching vowel teams and diphthongs in our classroom! It’s always challenging to teach spelling patterns that aren’t easily decodable! […]
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