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Guided reading is wonderful in theory, but how do you manage it? In this practical resource, two veteran teachers provide a step-by-step guide to guided reading, sharing their lesson plans, management strategies, and assessment tools. They show you how to manage flexible groups, match books to student needs, incorporate phonics, and use assessment to inform instruction. Transcripts of guiding reading sessions and lots of teacher prompts show exactly how guided reading can work for you. Also included is a list of over 650 book titles leveled by reading stage and by Reading Recovery levels. For use with Grades K-3.
Two veteran teachers provide a step-by-step guide to guided reading, sharing their lesson plans, management strategies, and assessment tools. They explain how to manage flexible reading groups, match books to students, incorporate phonics, and more. One-color illustrations.
Everything you need to make guided reading work for you. Learn how to establish and manage reading groups, choose books, assess progress, and watch your readers blossom.
About the Author
Carleen daCruz Payne is a teacher at Centre Ridge Elementary School in Fairfax County, Virginia. Mary Browning Schulman teaches at William Halley Elementary in the same district. They are the authors of the best-selling Getting the Most Out of Morning Message and Other Shared Writing Lessons, a Scholastic Professional Book.