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I had found someone's website who had posted a lesson about real vs. fake read to self. They had made a worksheet to go along with it too. I thought I had saved the link, but now I can't find it. Does anyone know what I am talking about? Or maybe have that link saved?


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I just downloaded this last night! Her site is www.maiolo.org. I don't have the specific link. She has amazing info...doesn't she? I love all of her pictures and descriptions of the Daily 5 .
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That's mine:

http://www.maiolo.org/2nd_Grade/Mana...%20Readers.pdf

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I just bought a book by Tanny (forgot last name) and her first main chapter is about teaching kids how they must think while they are reading. She uses a salad idea. Pretty interesting. It is meant to show kids the difference between real and fake reading.
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Thank you - this is FABULOUS!


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Old 07-16-2009, 07:27 AM
 
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I love the pictures of your classroom on your website. Thanks for posting. I really like how you've organized your word work activities.
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Varkgirl-I have perused your site off and on and really gleaned some good ideas. When I look at your writing pics, it looks like the students are working on very specific tasks- there seems to be a lot of response to reading during your writing time. Maybe I am just hoping that b/c I would like to incorporate that in my writing time.
Anyway, could you just tell me a bit more about what they are doing in those pics? They look very very intense.

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Just took a look at this page and your site... WOW! Great site and information! Thanks for sharing!
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Old 07-16-2009, 07:45 AM
 
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Tripteach - Are you talking about my Work on Writing pictures?

I don't do Work on Writing the way the sisters do... I have them do sentences for their vocab words instead. This was a non-negotiable for me when I switched to doing D5.

More info:

http://www.maiolo.org/2nd_Grade/Work_on_Writing.html

Vocabulary:

http://www.maiolo.org/2nd_Grade/0809/Pages/Words.html

http://www.maiolo.org/2nd_Grade/0708/Pages/Words.html

There are a couple downloads at the top of each page that should be helpful
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Old 07-16-2009, 07:58 AM
 
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Thanks so much for the quick response. I really like the idea of the more structured writing time. I have primarily ELL students and students who have lived here all their lives and still seem ELL many times. I will take a look at this and I hope you don't mind if I am back to ask questions. I tried the sister's way last year, but I also did not always have time to do our 2nd tier vocab words justice. This seems like a good solution. Thanks again.

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I have primarily ELL students and students who have lived here all their lives and still seem ELL many times
Sounds like my class

I am happy to try to answer any questions you might have.
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Old 07-16-2009, 09:48 AM
 
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Tanny McGregor's book is called Comprehension Connections. It's an excellent book and a fast read! I would recommend it to anyone in elementary. She has fantastic object lessons for introducing comprehension strategies. "Reading Salad" is one I use every year to teach "real vs. fake reading" to my first graders. I'm going to get to see her again in August and I'm so excited!
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Thanks for the link! It was so awesome for you to create this. I'm thinking of doing it as a group lesson with my first graders.
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Old 07-16-2009, 01:32 PM
 
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I love your site! Thanks for sharing!

I was reading on one of your pages that you had a rubric you used to grade their sentences for their picture words. Is that something you could share w/ us too? TIA!
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You know, it is one of those things that I keep forgetting to bring home to scan. It is typed but has some hand-drawn pictures on it so I don't have it saved on my computer. I really thought I brought it home to scan over the summer but can't find it in any of my stuff. Hmm...

Basically it is a list of 5 things that each sentence should "have" in order to be considered a good sentence. If one thing is missing, they get 1 pt off. (Each sentence is worth 5 points) If they miss the same thing multiple times in the same sentence they don't lose multiple points.

Here is a generalized list - the actual rubric is more kid-friendly:

1. Capital and period
2. Does it sound right? (verb tense, etc)
3. Does it make sense? (proper use of vocab word)
4. Is it on topic? (I make mine write about the story we are reading to use the word in context, but you could assign any topic I guess)
5. Is it juicy? (this one is followed by a list of sentence parts - who/what, did what, where, when, how/why - I expect them to include all parts in their sentence - this is where most lose points - it is hard to get an A in language arts in my class...)
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