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If you do words their way, once they get the hang of the various activities, you pretty much only need one or two lessons per week.

Also, consider a six day cycle: days 1, 3, and 5 you focus on guided reading and maybe only 10 minutes of word study. Days 2, 4, and 6 try 30 minutes reading and 30 minutes word work.

These days itís impossible to do both subjects justice in one hour every day.

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Keltikmom 11-05-2019 01:09 PM

If you do words their way, once they get the hang of the various activities, you pretty much only need one or two lessons per week.

Also, consider a six day cycle: days 1, 3, and 5 you focus on guided reading and maybe only 10 minutes of word study. Days 2, 4, and 6 try 30 minutes reading and 30 minutes word work.

These days itís impossible to do both subjects justice in one hour every day.

Teacher 924 11-05-2019 11:35 AM

I am having a hard time trying to fit guided reading groups and word study groups in each day. Does anyone have any suggestions? Unfortunately, I only have about an hour for my reading block. I have always had about 90 minutes in past years, but due to scheduling/etc.. I just CAN NOT fit it in. I have writing daily for about 45 minutest to teach a short grammar lesson as well as actual writing. I really want and NEED to pull WS groups and I am wanting to utilize Words their Way...Please help!!




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