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Old 11-11-2008, 05:22 PM
 
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I can finally post!! Yipee! What a bright moment in my career

I came up with this the other day and wondered why I had not thought of it before. It is a simple rotation guide for literacy work stations. I have 10 different stations. Some stay the same all year and some change periodically.
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Your rotation schedule looks great. Do you do guided reading in the rotation or some other time of the day? What kinds of activites do you do at the stations?
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anyway to attach it as a
Old 11-11-2008, 06:23 PM
 
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Word Document - it will not open on my computer.....help please!
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I pull kids out of their cooperative groups for my guided reading station. I see 2 groups a day. Here are some sample activities:

Computer- various sites- starfall, between the lions, etc.

Library- I have a leveled library and a genre library for them to choose from

Word study- magnetic letters, rainbow words, word hunts, word fam practice, word tusy games

Writing- making lists, pictures from calendars that they can write about, letters to friends, making cards

Skill- whatever focus skill we are supposed to be teaching like sequencing. I usually do the skill i taught last week for reinforcement

Listening- book on tape and written response

Word work- something with vocabulary, sight words. Word wall activities, etc. I also have a game roll, read, write. The "die" is programmed with their vocab. words from story. They roll it read the word and write it on a graph. I will try to find the graph and post it.

Buddy read- as it sounds except i have them in chairs beside each other that are facing opposite ways. not sure if that makes sense

pocket chart/poem- this is often content related. Some kind of sort. Ex- this week they are sorting season words by the season. Or i have done cut up sentences they put in order. Usually a familiar passage.

Big books- they just read and have fancy pointers.

I will try to post the roll read write game soon.
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how about pdf?
Old 11-12-2008, 07:59 AM
 
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maybe this will work just so you can view.


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rainbow words
Old 11-17-2008, 04:04 PM
 
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you have great ideas! what are rainbow words?
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rainbow words are where the child writes the word once in pencil, then traces the word in three different colors while spelling aloud. Basically the child ends up practicing words three times each without even realizing it.
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Old 11-25-2008, 03:37 PM
 
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I wish I could see the attachment.
I don't know if it's because I haven't posted yet, but hopefully I'll be able to see it soon.

Thanks for all the good information.
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Old 11-26-2008, 10:57 AM
 
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which attachment were you looking for?
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If you can get money from PTO, etc. a great website is Raz-kids.com. It is a leveled library where the students login, read and listen to books at a level you choose for them. They can take a quiz online after they read and they can complete a worksheet about the story. You can monitor their progress. It costs about $60.00 for 12 months.
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