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Can someone give me some ideas of things they do during guided reading? Anyone group by strategy, not level?


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Normally I group by level.

However, at my school we tutor each day as well. I have four teammates at my grade level, third, and we create lists of students who need help with one concept. Then we trade children and tutor them in that concept for a week. There are four days of practice and then an assessment on Friday. The tutoring session lasts 20 to 30 minutes. It is nice sharing kids because they get an opportunity to learn from the other teachers.

In these groups I teach

making connections
visualization
predictions
cause and effect
fact and opinion
inferring
questioning
summarizing

This is a great website for reading.
http://reading.ecb.org/teacher/index.html

I often model these strategies with a picture book for the whole class. Then we apply this same strategy with the novel we are reading in small groups.

Hope this is helpful to you.
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I do some strategy small groups . Especially during the test prep time (a month or so prior to state testing) I group together students who miss similar kinds of questions-often inferring and group them for that strategy as well as understanding the types of questions.

I alos often have fluency groups that I work with that are not necessarlly the same level and I use short text or poetry to practice building fluency.
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You might want to check out Guiding Readers: Making the Most of the 18 minute Guided Reading Lesson (Stenhouse). It's full of ideas to use in your lessons.
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If you are teaching upper level, 4th/5th I would use strategy groups.


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