Unit of Study: Launching Reading Workshop Grade: 5 Goals Learn classroom expectations and routines during What do I want students to learn as a result of this reading workshop unit? Learn routines (management and care) for classroom materials (notebooks, book boxes….) Strengthen RW habits and skills (stamina and independence) Identify who they are as a reader Prior Knowledge Familiarity with components of RW What prior knowledge do students need to enter Read over summer this Unit of Study? What routines do I expect students to know? Standards Addressed What concepts will this unit address? Bends in the Road What bends (or series of lessons) will support each Students will develop habits of good readers of the goals for this unit? Students will identify who they are as a reader Review strategies good readers use Ways to Challenge/Provide Extra Challenge Strategies: Extra Support Strategies: Support Which students do I anticipate needing a challenge? Which students do I anticipate will need extra support? NECAP genre, names of different genres What academic vocabulary should I consider? What sample test problems could use (Math)? Bend in Road: Readers know who they are as Materials Notes readers and can select just right books. 1 Review Readers’ Workshop..What it Inventories workshop looks like/sounds like… Discuss the different components… focus lesson, independent time, share, conferring… activate their schema for reading workshop 2 Determining Readers’ Preference… who Collection of books we am I as a reader? love. We know the types of books we love to read and use that to help us select our Chart with each students books. name- record a few books Focus Lessons All at different levels… they love. 3 Introduction to classroom library. Readers Students will will become familiar with books in the investigate the library library and the categories they belong to see what they notice (how the library is set up). about the books, they way the library is arranged… 4 Readers will view books from the library Pull a variety of books and practice determining the categories from the library that they belong to. Readers are introduced to how to use book tags, how to take care of books and return them to the library… keeping the library neat and organized- being respectful readers. 5 Readers will review how to select just Have readers turn and right books. talk about how to create anchor chart of strategies select just right books for selecting just right books Share if the book they choose was just right- how do you know? *Review word attack strategies- BEST… 6 Readers need to develop stamina for reading. Readers will recognize what pretend reading is and how that is not helpful for smart readers. Readers will learn how to choose spots in the room that will help keep them focused and engaged in the text. Bend in Road: Readers’ hold onto their thinking when reading (Introduce Readers’ Notebook, review sticky notes) 6 Readers can hold on to their thinking by Notebooks using a notebook. Rubric Readers will become familiar with the Types of Thinking Anchor parts of the notebook, expectations for chart notebooks, rubric for notebook. Introduce how a reader writes a letter to hold onto their thinking. Anchor Chart: what types of thinking does a reader do? Focus Lessons 7 Readers will work in sm. Groups or pairs Sample letters to look at sample letters. Readers will record and discuss what they notice about the letters. 8 Readers can also use sticky notes to track Sticky notes their thinking. Introduce sticky notes and model ways to use them. Go over expectations for sticky notes 9 Readers set personal goals for themselves. Letter in notebook What are my expectations for myself as a reader? What do I want to accomplish with my reading this year? Bend in Road:. Readers use different strategies when reading. 12 Readers create images to get inside the Letter with text- they visualize when they read. visualization in *using schema to create images notebook. 13 Readers make meaningful connections Practice meaningful when reading and they record those connections on sticky connections. notes. * Introduction to coding 14 Readers ask questions when reading. Focus Lessons 15 Readers make inferences when reading. 16 Readers listen to their thinking and Chart of short text respond to the text. copies of short text Sticky notes 17 Readers notice the kinds of thinking we Text and students sticky do as we read. notes from yesterday Anchor Chart: Kinds of Thinking/How this helps my reading (two column chart) 18 Readers use many strategies at once while Short text- very engaging reading. copies of text Anchor chart: what it feels like to be present in my reading. 19 Readers recognize when something Two column chart: doesn’t make sense and they do Why reading doesn’t make something about it. sense/what I can do about it 20 Readers use a variety of strategies to decode and comprehend unfamiliar or difficult text. 21 Celebrate who we are as readers. Favorite books, how we have grown as readers.
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