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Refining Your Reading Workshop. Session 4. Agenda. Finish prompting activity Mini-Lessons Sharing Journals. “People who do not trust children to learn, or teachers to teach, will always expect a method (or program) to do the job.” Frank Smith. Whole Group Instruction. Mini-Lessons.

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Refining your reading workshop

Refining Your Reading Workshop

Session 4


Agenda

Agenda

Finish prompting activity

Mini-Lessons

Sharing

Journals


Refining your reading workshop

  • “People who do not trust children to learn, or teachers to teach, will always expect a method (or program) to do the job.”

    • Frank Smith


Mini lessons

Whole Group Instruction

Mini-Lessons


Mini lesson refresher

Mini-Lesson Refresher

5 – 15 minutes

Mini-lessons

- introduce a comprehension strategy, skill, or concept

- think aloud

- apply strategies to text

- students share/participate

- based on student NEED &

curriculum

Book Talks (optional)


5 types of mini lessons

5 Types of Mini- Lessons

** Skills and Strategies that ALL students at your grade level should know or learn.

Procedures and Organization

Strategic Reading Behaviors

Comprehension Strategies

Literary Elements and Techniques

Vocabulary

**Kids who struggle with these skills then get more supported practice during small group instruction so they can practice these skills with text at their reading level. “training wheels”


Video clip

Video Clip

TDC – Mini-Lesson (Angel for Solomon Singer)

What did you notice about the level of thinking from the students?


Think aloud as a model

Think Aloud as a model

Make your thinking “visible” to kids.

Demonstrate the thoughts that might come to your mind while reading.

See p. 33 – 34 in handout

How would this help you?


Give one get one

Give One – Get One

Share ideas of great mentor text ideas for the comprehension strategies.

Give one idea and get one idea from as many people as you can.


Website links

Website links…

http://reading.ecb.org/teacher/strategies.html

http://www.mauryk12.org/Literacy/reading%20mentor%20texts.htm

http://www.thelearningpad.net/readers_mini_lessons.html


Sharing

Sharing

Optimal time for informal assessment.


Sharing1

Sharing

  • Make share time purposeful

  • Not all students will get to share every day

  • Share time is a form of assessment

  • Sharing options

    • Whole class

    • Turn and talk

    • In small group


Video

Video

Teaching for Deep Comprehension

Clip on Authors Study Share time


Sharing discussion

Sharing Discussion

Share ideas about how you structure share time in your workshop.

What ways could you take informal assessment information during the share time?


Independent reading and journals

Independent Reading and Journals

“Our understanding is enhanced when we communicate with others about our thinking. It is a way for readers to construct knowledge, generate new ideas, clarify their own thinking…”

-Fountas and Pinnell

Teaching for Comprehending and Fluency p. 438


Differentiation through independent reading and journals

Differentiation through Independent Reading and Journals

What should they be reading?

How often do they read?

What if they aren’t choosing the right books?

What do they write about?

How often do they write?


Journal discussion

Journal Discussion

Strategy entries

Deeper comprehension entries

How often do they respond in their journal?


J0urnals

J0urnals

Get into grade level teams.

Share ideas for structuring your students’ reading response journals.

Keep in mind…less is more in terms of sections.


Website

Website

http://www.wblrd.sk.ca/~bestpractice/response/index.html

http://www.middleweb.com/MWLresources/dbova1.html

http://www.justreadnow.com/strategies/response.htm


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