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Instruction in the Reading Workshop. Session 2 9:45 – 11:15. Angela Maiers. shares a bit of warm-up time, follows with the mini-lesson, then picks up some of the discussion with teachers after the lesson. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWDZqopREwg&feature=related.

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Instruction in the reading workshop

Instruction in the Reading Workshop

Session 2

9:45 – 11:15


Instruction in the reading workshop

Angela Maiers

shares a bit of warm-up time, follows with the mini-lesson, then picks up some of the discussion with teachers after the lesson.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWDZqopREwg&feature=related


The teacher s job in reading workshop

The Teacher’s Job in Reading Workshop

Mini-lesson

  • 10-15 minutes max

  • Have an intention for the read-aloud and lesson

Work Time

  • Record keeping

  • Deciding on next teaching point

  • Excite children about reading

Share

  • Make time for sharing every day


The student s job in reading workshop

The Student’s Job in Reading Workshop

Mini-lesson

  • Follow the minilesson

Work Time

  • Confer with teacher or other students

  • Record keeping

  • Read with a partner or independently

  • Practice and apply taught strategy

Share

  • Be ready to share


What is a mini lesson

What is a Mini-lesson?

Turn and Talk

Gives the student a purpose for reading

Guided Highlighting

Journal Response

Video


Bookmarks

Introduce

Model a lesson and use journal response

Give each group a bookmark, have them develop a lesson

Share out

Pass out all bookmarks

Bookmarks

Use with a paperclip or post it flag


Some ideas for workshop time

Some Ideas for Workshop Time

  • Book Boxes

  • Unwrap a book box a week

  • Journal Responses – turn in 2/week for grading using a student developed rubric

  • Expose them to complex text, they need to be able to read exemplars by the end of the year.

  • State of the class documents

  • Designated workshop spaces

  • No Walk, no talk during first 5 minutes


Instruction in the reading workshop

Lion vs. Tiger…Who Would Win?

Before reading - in your head – who do you think will win?

Read 1st 2 pages – is there anything about their fur that give an advantage to one animal or the other?

Continue this with each page that has info for above categories.

Ask students to state an opinion about who would win. Then read last two pages to find out.

This can be turned into a writing, after verbal practice has been done often.

Tiger

Lion

Fur

Teeth

Intelligence

Size

Hunting Skill

Claws

Hearing

Family

Speed


Instruction in the reading workshop

Sample Cloze Activity

Read the following passage and fill in the blanks so that the passage makes sense.

As American colonists got word of the battles in Lexington, Concord, and Bunker Hill, they faced a major decision. Should they join the ________ or remain loyal to _______? Those who chose to ______ with Britain, the Loyalists, ______ not consider unfair taxes _______ regulations good reason for ______. Some remained faithful to ______ king because they were ______ who would lose their ______ as a result of ______ Revolution. Others were people ______ had not been part ______ the movement of discontent ______ turned so many Colonists ______ Britain. The Patriots were determined to battle the British to the end – until American Independence was won!

(Answers)

rebelsBritainstaydid

andrebelliontheofficeholderspositionsthewhoofthatagainst


Things we don t want to unintentionally demonstrate

Things we DON’T want to Unintentionally Demonstrate


Instruction in the reading workshop

There is only one right interpretation of a text and only the teacher or “Cliff” knows what that is.


Instruction in the reading workshop

Reading is the ability to stand up on demand and pronounce every word in a text correctly.


Instruction in the reading workshop

Students cannot be trusted to choose appropriate books for independent reading.


Instruction in the reading workshop

What we do after the reading is done is more important than the reading itself.


Instruction in the reading workshop

Teachers ask all the questions, students answer them.


Instruction in the reading workshop

You read for enjoyment at home, you read what teachers want at school.


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