When do you start Daily 5?

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  1. VANewbie

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    The first week of school or the second? I wanted to get my classroom procedures, rules, etc out of the way(during the first week) before I start.

    Suggestions?
     
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    I am starting on the first day :) I will also do procedures and whatnot, but I feel that it's such an integral part of my program I want them to start right away.

    However, my library is closed so they will only have their book bags. I want to introduce them so that I can have them read when they have a few minutes here or there to spare later in the week.
     
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    I started on the second or third day. We have been in for two weeks already. I am moving slow with introducing each of the daily five.
     
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    I'm starting right away! I'll take the first 2 days just to get general classroom routines and rules going, and then on the 3rd day I'll do Lesson 1 of the Daily 5. My literacy program is important so I'm not going to wait around.
     
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    Tomorrow is our third day of school, and I will be introducing it then for the first time. I will spend 2 days on the 3 ways to read a book. We will start building stamina this Thursday (if everything goes as planned).

    I intended to start I-PICK on the first day of school, review it the second, have them shop for books, and introduce a few CAFE strategies. I didn't get to ANY of those things! We had to do so much reviewing of school behaviors, learning routines, etc.
     
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    I always started on the first day, since the first days of Daily 5 are all about procedures.
     
  8. VANewbie

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    I just do not know how I will fit it all in. I think I will start with 2 ways to read a book and have the students practice stamina the 2nd day of school. I have too much going on tomorrow.
     
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    I will start first day...which is tomorrow!
    I will begin with 2ways to read a book, then read to self I-chart, 3 minutes stamina, lastly good fit books. All spread out throughout our day.
     
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    We started the second day. Those of you who teach two ways to read a book, which two ways are you teaching?
     
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    I think I started on day 3. So, pretty much immediately.
     
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    I did my lesson on three ways to read a book today and we practiced stamina for 3 minutes. They definitely need to keep up with the stamina practice before I move on!

    The last couple of years, they would get in 6+ minutes on the first day. This year we almost didn't get in 3 minutes!
     
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