Week 8 PBL Workshop Agenda (also known as �an by bullsonparade

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									             Week 8 PBL Workshop Agenda
   (also known as “an introduction to leveled books, guided-reading, and
                           journaling workshop”)




• Leveling books

• Guided reading

       Break

• Journaling
Guided Reading

An introduction




 Graphics courtesy of: Sergent, G. & Bartnik, G. (2003). Guided Reading overview. Photocopy, Vanc., B.C.
Guided reading scaffolds or supports
 young readers as they negotiate
  texts and develop independent
         reading strategies.

           Lori Jamison Rog
           Characteristics of a
        Guided Reading program?

• Groups of 4 to 6 students

• Using texts at the instructional level of
  the students in the group

• Focusing on teaching reading strategies
  students require at that point in their
  development
         Characteristics of a
      Guided Reading program?


• Frequent and consistent monitoring
  of progress (e.g., running records)

• Keeping the groups flexible and dynamic

• Striving to build independent, fluent
  readers
      What is the rationale behind
          Guided Reading?

Explicitly teaches students to:

1. Use their knowledge of language
   patterns, sound-symbol relationships and
   background knowledge to access
   meaning from print
Gail Sergeant & Gwen Bartnik
      What is the rationale behind
          Guided Reading?

Explicitly teaches students to:


2. Apply a wide range of strategies to
    comprehend, interpret, evaluate and
    appreciate text
While reading…




                 Gail Sergeant & Gwen Bartnik
      What is the rationale behind
          Guided Reading?

Explicitly teaches students to:


3. Use background knowledge and prior
  experience to make connections between
  what they read and what they already
  know.
Gail Sergeant & Gwen Bartnik
Gail Sergeant & Gwen Bartnik
Gail Sergeant & Gwen Bartnik
       What is the rationale behind
           Guided Reading?

Explicitly teaches students to:


4. Use reading skills and strategies within
  the context of authentic reading.
Gail Sergeant & Gwen Bartnik
Gail Sergeant & Gwen Bartnik
       What is the rationale behind
           Guided Reading?

 Guided reading also:

• Promotes student understanding through
  thinking and talking

• Promotes student self-monitoring and self-
  correcting through ongoing assessment
  and evaluation by the teacher and student
    Ultimate Goal of Guided Reading?

• To enable children to read for meaning at
  all times

								
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