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The Café Book Literacy Café Menu C-Comprehension A-Accuracy F-Fluency E-Expanded Vocabulary. The Daily Five. reading to self reading to someone word work listening to reading writing. Effective Classroom Distribution. Whole-class Small-group Side-by-side instruction.

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The Café BookLiteracy Café MenuC-ComprehensionA-Accuracy F-FluencyE-Expanded Vocabulary


The Daily Five

  • reading to self

  • reading to someone

  • word work

  • listening to reading

  • writing


Effective Classroom Distribution

  • Whole-class

  • Small-group

  • Side-by-side instruction


Café Menu Conferring Notebook

  • Café Menu-(Behaviors That Support Reading)

  • Reading Conference Form

  • Writing Conference Form

  • Keeping Track Form

  • Conferencing Form


Literacy Café Menu

  • Comprehension-I understand what I read

  • Accuracy-I can read the words

  • Fluency-I can read smoothly with few errors and I understand what I read.

  • Expand Vocabulary-I know, find, and use interesting words.


Café Conferences

  • Helps to make the steps to improving as readers.

  • It is concrete and practical

  • The student comes to the conference with a goal that is already set and this saves an enormous amount of time.

  • More time to read with student and individualize instruction to obtain goal.


Coaching Toward A TargetProductive, Effective, Teaching and Learning

  • Seven Elements – Successful Conferences

    1. Check Calendar

    -(If no appointments are schedule then look at Keeping Track Form for children you haven’t meet with for a while.)


2. Prepare for Conference

-(what was the child working on between conferences.)

3. Observe Child & Listen to Reading

(Teacher goes to Student)

-use time to observe what child is doing.


4. Reinforce and Teach

- What will we teach this child?

-Focus on only one strategy so the student doesn’t become overwhelmed.

5. Practice the Strategy.

- Observe him or her practice.


6. Plan

- “Does the child need more time to focus on the strategy?”

- “Is the student ready to move on to another area?”

7. Encourage

- “You’re doing so well, look at the progress you’ve made.”


Teaching Each Strategy

  • Have student write the strategy on a card and post it on the Café Menu.

  • The students are more likely to use them if they are the ones doing the work.

  • The student who post the card becomes an expert on that strategy (another teacher within the room).


Selecting Books

  • Students need to be taught how to self-select appropriate books for independent practice.

  • The purpose of picking a book is like picking the proper pair of shoes for the occasion.


Inference

  • (Kid’s term) Reading Between the Lines

  • Take the clues and try to figure out what is happening in the statement.

    Summarizing

    ■ As we read the story together, we stop to check for understanding, write a sentence about what we read.

    At the end of the story, go back over sentences, get rid of any unnecessary parts and write it in paragraph form.


Expanded Vocabulary

  • During a read-aloud, stop and talk about the meaning of an unknown word. Once the meaning is clear have students turn to their buddy and each use the word in a sentence. (have students begin to use the word right from the beginning)

  • Tune in to three or four words from the word collector each day. (While in line for lunch or recess have students create sentences using the word.)


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