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Old 10-03-2007, 02:06 AM
 
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I have a very high group of kids 19/20 - 23/24. Never had a group like this before; what strategies would I cover in my guided reading group?


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comprehension first grade
Old 10-03-2007, 04:08 AM
 
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Check the comprehension strategies here...
http://aschilb.emsd37.org/reading/ReadingSTR.htm

Also you might like the new book by Debbie Diller called
Making the Most of Small Groups.
You can read all of it at Stenhouse Publishers online, but you won't be able to print anything.
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Yes....comprehension
Old 10-03-2007, 04:35 PM
 
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I would definitely teach comprehension strategies with these kids. We are HUGE into retelling in our district. With longer, more involved books, you could have kids stop and "check for understanding" (that's from The Daily Five) at the end of each page--retell what happened on that page.

We do our reading assessments using DRA2. After the kids get to level 24 (I think) they have to start doing written retells. That would be a good thing to work on, too.

Other than that, there are SOOOOOO many wonderful picture books out there in our school libraries and probably in your classroom--way too many for you to read aloud I'll bet. I know that's what I have! Let them READ AND READ AND READ and enjoy all of that wonderful literature!

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CAFE - the sisters
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I would have a look at the Daily 5 and CAFE (comprehension, accuracy, fluency, expanding vocabulary). CAFE is a conferencing model that involves the students in goal setting which then helps determine what strategies & skills need to be taught. Choice Literacy had some video clips on it, but I don't know if they are free or not. Also check out the sisters website. http://www.the2sisters.com/index.htm
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