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Old 05-28-2013, 07:09 PM
 
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I am trying to get a handle on implementing both the reading and writing workshop model in my classroom. There seems to be so many more lesson plans for writing workshop. Does anyone have lesson plans and a curriculum map for first grade reading workshop? Thanks


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you might want to look more into guided reading--working with small groups to support and move them to more complex text.

There are some great books that would be of assistance. I like Apprenticeship in Literacy by Linda Dorn, et al. and The Next Step in Guided Reading by Jan Richardson. She has a support web site
http://www.janrichardsonguidedreading.com/resources-1

to read more about guided reading, try this recent Fountas and Pinnell article from the Reading Teacher http://www.heinemann.com/fountasandp...cle12_2012.pdf
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From what I understand, reading workshop is like SSR (self selected reading). The teacher does a 10-15 minute read aloud, with a small mini-lesson tied in. Then, they conference for 3-5 minutes each with individual students, talking about the books they've selected, asking comprehension questions, checking for understanding and making sure they have "good fit" books. It's is an extremely beneficial time in my room, although I rarely have the students share at the end (as 4blocks promotes). I absolutely love this framework! You can search for 4blocks to read more about it. Hope that helps!
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Thank you! I have been doing it this whole year. I just feel like I could plan better and have a better flow. I was hoping someone had their entire year planned out for me to see how they do it. ((wishful thinking))
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We used Adrienne Gear's Reading Power to guide our whole class comprehension lessons. We used the fiction resource for the first half and then began nonfiction reading power the second half of the year.

The lessons and resources needed are laid out nicely in the books.

I teach at an arts magnet school and there were songs in the original book that really helped the kids learn the strategies. My teammate and I made copies of the songs for the kids as we introduced each new strategy and they were added to their poem and songbooks.


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I use Debbie Miller's lessons in her book Reading with Meaning as my lessons before the kids read independently.
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We have moved for Fountas and Pinell's Guided Reading to Guided Reading Plus.
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I use and love Daily 5 for structure and CAFE for lessons. Time is allotted for Guided Reading/Strategy groups, as well as conferences and partner work. Students read independently or with a partner, listen to reading, and work on words. We're big fans!
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Most of my mini-lessons for readers workshop come from Kathy Collins' Growing Readers. She is a first grade teacher and is very real about how students learn and what they need. She outlines a whole year of units. I also integrate in Debbie Miller's comprehension work.

I also do guided reading- just at a different time of day. I like the combination of small groups and individual teaching.
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