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Guided Reading Anna Digilio
WhenThursday, June 29, 2017 from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM EDT
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100 Alpine Drive
Shelbyville, KY 40065
Presenter: Lynn Schwallie-OVEC Literacy Consultant
Guided Reading is small group instruction that provides differentiated teaching of reading strategies. This small group instruction helps students develop good reading habits, problem solving skills, and strategies to use when reading independently. The one-day professional learning concentrates on three aspects:
- Organization and management (schedule, literacy stations, etc.)
- Assessments and data driven decision making
- Strategic teaching in small groups
- Acquire how to organize a literacy schedule and manage literacy stations.
- Acquire how to assess students to determine instructional level and place students in appropriate flexible small groups.
- Acquire how to use a structured lesson framework for strategic teaching of small groups.
Audience: Kindergarten to Fifth Grade Teachers
Registration Deadline: no deadline-capacity of 25 participants
Cost: $75 per participant for OVEC districts; $100 for Non-OVEC Members
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Cancellation Policy: School districts (or schools) will be billed following the activity based upon registration. Cancellations must be made within ten (10) business days of the activity to avoid being billed for fee. Substitutions will be allowed.
Is the push for individualized differentiated instruction making it difficult for you to address the various learning needs and ability levels of your students during your reading block? Perhaps you feel frustrated because 'teaching in the middle' seems to alienate a whole spectrum of learners? Guided reading is a way in which teachers can guide their students throughout the entire reading process, in a targeted and personalized manner. This online course is designed for K-5 teachers who wish to explore the guided reading strategy in detail. Teachers will be introduced to the basic framework of guided reading and will learn a variety of strategies to meet all their students' needs in the building block areas of phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension. Teachers will learn about the importance of using data to find their students' reading levels and how to determine the readability of leveled text so students can be appropriately matched to high-interest books. The course takes teachers through the entire process of guided reading. Additional topics include how to organize a shared guided reading library, how to incorporate writing into the guided reading framework, and how to further differentiate for English language learners. This course is worth 3 ⅓ semester units/5 quarter units (50 hours of training) from UC San Diego Extension. For detailed information on university credit, click here.
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'The information in each unit was extremely helpful! It was organized very well and very clearly! I learned so many wonderful ideas that I feel I can immediately apply to my teaching!' - Lisa Forschner