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Guided Practice for Reading Growth, Grades 4-8

Texts and Lessons to Improve Fluency, Comprehension, and Vocabulary
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ISBN-13:
9781071820452
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Seiten:
168
Autor:
Laura J. Robb
Serie:
Corwin Literacy
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
WEB PDF
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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Guided Practice for Reading Growth provides all you need to support middle grade students reading two or more years below grade level. Twenty-four powerful reading lessons feature original poems and short texts that interest students and encourage them to think deeply.


This unique book shows you how to:


·         Build students’ background knowledge by watching and discussing videos.


·         Use poems to improve reading and fluency through practice and performance.


·         Invite students to write about their reading and increase comprehension and recall.


·         Encourage meaningful talk to enlarge students’ analytical thinking and understanding.



Use these lessons to build developing readers’ skill and desire to read, read, read!

This book will be your guide as you support middle grade students who are reading two or more years below grade level. The lessons enlarge students’ vocabulary and background knowledge and engage them in meaningful discussions and writing about their reading. As students’ reading skill and desire to read increases, you’ll watch them complete more independent reading and ramp up their reading volume—the practice they need to improve!


Guided Practice for Reading Growth provides all you need to get started. Laura Robb and poet David L. Harrison have collaborated to design twenty-four powerful reading lessons using original poems and short texts that interest your students and encourage them to think deeply. The opening chapters offer background knowledge for the lessons and teaching tips, then the bulk of this book consists of lessons—with full texts and suggested videos provided. Guided practice lessons are the instructional piece that can move developing readers forward by building their self-confidence and the reading expertise needed to read to learn and for pleasure.


This unique book shows you how to:


·         Build students’ background knowledge by watching and discussing videos.


·         Use the poems to improve reading and to improve fluency through practice and performance.


·         Invite students to write about their reading and increase comprehension and recall.


·         Ask partners to discuss before, during, and after reading as meaningful talk enlarges students’ analytical thinking and understanding.


·         Design your own lessons for students with extra texts by David L. Harrison in the appendix.


Use this book to develop students’ self-confidence and the reading skill they require to become lifelong, joyful readers!



List of Videos

Skill Lesson Chart

Foreword by Timothy Rasinski

Acknowledgments

PART I. WHY GUIDED PRACTICE IN THE ELA BLOCK

Chapter 1. What Developing Readers Need

Characteristics of Developing Readers in Middle Grades

Developing Readers Need Skilled Teachers

Developing Readers Need Four Key Literacy Experiences

Developing Readers Need Guided Practice

Developing Readers Need to Experience the Benefits of Rereading

Developing Readers Need to Talk About Texts

Time to Reflect

Chapter 2. Organizing for Guided Practice

Independent Reading Increases Volume

Daily Interactive Read-Alouds Benefit All Readers

Vocabulary Instruction Increases Fluency and Comprehension: Teach Words in Groups

Teachers’ Notebooks Model Writing About Reading

Readers’ Notebooks Boost Comprehension

Avoid Cognitive Overload

Time to Reflect

PART II. TEACHING THE GUIDED PRACTICE LESSONS

Two Types of Guided Practice Lessons: Partner Discussion and Shared Reading

The Structure of Partner Discussion Lessons Using Poetry and Short Texts

The Structure of Shared Reading Lessons

Guided Practice and the Gradual Release of Responsibility

How Can Guided Practice Lessons Lead to Reading Growth?

How Are the Lessons in This Book Organized?

How Many Lessons Should Students Complete?

How Do I Know When to Intervene?

Why Should Students Self-Evaluate?

How Do I Choose Texts?

How Do I Introduce Texts So Students Want to Read Them?

What Materials Do I Need for Lessons to Run Smoothly and Successfully?

Reminders for the Guided Practice Lessons

Chapter 3. Partner Discussion Lessons

Lesson 1: Partner Discussions Using the Poem for Two Voices, “What Was She Thinking?”

Lesson 2: Partner Discussions of the Short Text, “Jorge Muñoz: An American Hero”

Lesson 3: Partner Discussions Using the Poem, “Escape Artist”

Lesson 4: Partner Discussions Using the Text, “What Was Early Humans’ Greatest Invention?”

Lesson 5: Partner Discussions Using the Poem, “Before I Could Write This Poem—”

Lesson 6: Partner Discussions of the Short Narrative, “Manhunt”

Lesson 7: Partner Discussions of the Poem, “The Explorers”

Lesson 8: Partner Discussions of the Short Text, “The Day I Started Becoming an American”

Lesson 9: Partner Discussions of the Poem, “Ode to the Skunk”

Lesson 10: Partner Discussions for the Text, “I Am Not a Number”

Lesson 11: Partner Discussions of the Short Text, “Now . . . and Then”

Lesson 12: Partner Discussions Using the Poem, “If Stones Had Tongues”

Chapter 4. Shared Reading Lessons

Lesson 13: Shared Reading of the Poem, “The Man for the Job”

Lesson 14: Shared Reading of the Short Text, “Jane Goodall: A Portrait of Determination”

Lesson 15: Shared Reading of the Poem, “Rain, She”

Lesson 16: Shared Reading of the Short Text, “The Service Dog: Man’s Best Friend”

Lesson 17: Shared Reading of the Poem, “Lost and Found”

Lesson 18: Shared Reading of the Short Text, “Johnny Appleseed—Jonathan Chapman: One Man—Two Stories”

Lesson 19: Shared Reading of the Poem, “George Washington Carver”

Lesson 20: Shared Reading of the Short Text, “The Masters of Pollination”

Lesson 21: Shared Reading of the Poem, “Amazon Rain Forest”

Lesson 22: Shared Reading of the Short Text, “Chita Rivera: The Dancer’s Dancer”

Lesson 23: Shared Reading of the Poem, “Who Were They—Those First People to Walk Upon This Land?”

Lesson 24: Shared Reading of the Short Text, “Solving an Ancient Cave Mystery”

PART III. NEXT STEPS FOR GUIDED PRACTICE AND GROWTH IN READING

Improve Fluency: Practice and Performance Using Guided Practice Texts

Benefits to Students of Practice and Performance

Transfer Learning From Guided Practice to Instructional and Independent Reading

Teaching and Learning Reminder

Time to Reflect

Appendixes

Appendix A: Suggested ELA Schedule for 45 Minutes

Appendix B: Suggested ELA Schedule for 60 Minutes

Appendix C: Literary Elements Handout for Students

Appendix D: Self-Evaluation Questions/Prompts for Students

Appendix E: Compare/Contrast Handout for Students

Appendix F: Guidelines for Planning a Shared Reading Lesson

Appendix G: Guidelines for Preplanning a Partner Discussions Lesson

Appendix H: Magazine Resources for Short Texts for Guided Practice Lessons

Appendix I: Additional Short Texts and Poems by David L. Harrison

Short Greek Myth for Guided Practice: And Zeus Said (Maybe) . . .

Short Informational Text for Guided Practice: Going . . . Going . . . Gone?

Poem: Wanting to Be Needed

Poem: The Last Northern White Rhinoceros

Appendix J: Books and Poetry for Instructional and Independent Reading

Appendix K: Picture Books for Interactive Read-Alouds

References

Index