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Old 12-09-2015, 11:40 AM
 
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Hi! I am a first year teacher. At my school, we do 30 minutes of reading interventions. I have a higher group which I am not used to since my regular students are ESL students who struggle. I feel like I am always struggling to find activities that are interesting and worth while for my intervention students. I check pinterest and teacherspayteachers.com constantly but I cannot afford many of their "intervention" bundles.. Any other suggestions? Thanks!


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Do you have to have 'something' or can the students just read? I don't create a lot of paper things to do. My students just read and we discuss books. Can you do that?
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Besides just reading and discussing the book, we've done some reader's theater with our high kids. That can be pretty fun!
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Our higher level kids read books, watch a movie of the book, and compare the 2. They also put on skits and/or readers theaters and share with younger kids, or just read AR books...could they buddy read with younger kids.
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Can you find some Reader's Theater scripts? My students love them for fluency, and if you have the high group, they should be able to do some of the ones you can find on line.


Also, try "Word Ladders". They like to make new words using the clues and adding or replacing letters.


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