Guided Reading sheet?

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  1. MisterG

    MisterG Comrade

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    Nov 2, 2006

    Hello,
    Somewhere stashed away within the dungeons of my junk is a sheet that my cooperating teacher made a few years back when I was student teaching. It was something Ithink she had made that she used for herself. It had blanks for: name of book they are wroking on, students in group, what they are working on today...etc.

    Do you use a page like this? Id like to have one so I can use one in my groups because without one, I sometimes get lost without having it written down what I want to do.

    Part 2....what do you with your groups when they are with you? I mean...how does your group go? Do they come back and each one reads a little bit at a time....or what?

    Thanks,
    Ryan
     
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  3. teach123

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    Last year, one of the teachers I was a long term sub for used a notebook for each different group and wrote down all the things you mentioned. I really liked that and thought I might use it again now that I am once again a LTS in second grade. I also have several reading group sheets if you want me to PM them to you, I will.
    In our reading groups, we basically use the same book for 2-3 days. The first day we do an introduction and vocabulary and then read the book through 1 time. The second day we reread the book and then do a comprehension skill that is related to the unit we are studying in class. If we have the book for three days, they may read it to a partner. Sometimes if a group is having difficulty with a specific skill, I will pull the kids that need help with that skill. They are not always in a reading group together.
     

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