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Materials for

Guided Reading

This pack includes...


-

5 Big Ideas
Color version: guided reading binder cover
Black and white version of binder cover
2 versions of scheduling form:
2 groups a day or 3 groups a day
- Guided reading lesson plan
- Level Tracker for students to record
levels and goals met
- Good Readers Strategy Chart: Comprehension
and Decoding

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Guided Reading
Five Big Ideas
Purpose
To move readers & grow strategy

Consistency
Must be consistent to be effective

Instructional Level Text


Prompt at the point of difficulty

Focus on Strategy
Accuracy, Comprehension, or Fluency

Deliberate Choices by the Teacher


Space, records,and planning

Guided Reading
Binder

_______________

Guided Reading
Binder

_______________

Guided Reading Schedule


Teacher: ______________
Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Group
One

Group
Two

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Friday

Guided Reading Schedule


Teacher: ______________
Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Group
One

Group
Two

Group
Three

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Friday

Guided Reading Schedule


Teacher: ______________
Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Group
One

Group
Two

Group
Three

Group
Four

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Friday

Guided Reading Lesson Plan Text: ___________________________________ Level: _______


Group: _____________ Members: ___________________________________________________
Date: __________________
Date: __________________
Running
Record

Before Reading
Word Work
Strategy Good readers...
Focus: Good
Readers...
Text
This text is about...
Introduction/
Background
Knowledge

Good readers...

This text is about...

Text
Structures,
Language, &
Text Walk
Purpose
Question

During Reading
Prompts to
Support
Strategy

After Reading
Retelling

Response to
Question
Praise Points
& Teaching
Point
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Guided Reading: Good Readers Statements


Decoding: My kids doing ____. What do I do?!
If a student...
Says the first letter sound and
guesses at the rest

Good Readers Strategy


focus for lesson

Good readers read to the end of Look at the end. Does that match
the word.
what you said?

Replaces sight words with other Good readers read the exact
sight words
words on the page.

Skips words or adds in words.

Prompts

It could be ___, but look at ___.

Good readers point and say a


Did you read every word? Go
word for each word on the page. back and reread.

Good readers get their mouth


Says the wrong beginning sound. ready to make the sound at the
beginning of the word.

Does that look right?

Reads words that dont make


sense in the text.

Good readers re-read and think


about if it makes sense.

You said ___. Does that make


sense?

Doesnt read endings of words.

Good readers read to the end of Look at the end. Does that match
the word.
what you said?

Is overwhelmed by longer words Good readers look for parts, or


and reads nonsense sounds.
chunks, they know.

Replaces vowel sounds.

Good readers check their


vowels.

Find a chunk/piece you know.

Whats the vowel? Whats the


sound?

Reads words that dont fit in the


Good readers whisper-read and
syntax/structure of the
listen to see if it makes sense.
sentence.

You said ___. Does that sound


right?

Reads each letter sound and


doesnt blend sounds into
digraphs/blends.

Blend your sounds together to


make a blend/digraph.

Good readers use vowel teams/


blends to read words.

Reads each set of sounds and


Good readers put sounds
doesnt blend sounds into words. together to make words.

Blend your sounds together to


make word.

Reads the same vowel sound


every time (a is always long a,
etc.)

Whats the vowel? What other


sound can you try? or Flip the
vowel sound.

Good readers try different


vowel sounds if it doesnt make
sense.

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Guided Reading: Good Readers Statements


Comprehension: My kids doing ____. What do I do?!
If a student struggles
with...

Good Readers Strategy focus for lesson

Main idea/determining
importance.

Good Readers stop and think about what is important.


They identify three-four important words/ideas in each
paragraph.Look for repeated ideas.

Retelling/Summarizing

Good Readers stop and think about what is important.


They identify who did what and use it to retell/
summarize beginning, middle, and end.

Recognizing text structure

Good Readers notice patterns in the text. They look


for clue words to identify how the author organized
information.

Visualizing

Good Readers use information from the text (and only


from the text) to create a picture of the text.

Monitor Comprehension

Good Readers stop and visualize to see if they


understand the text. If you dont, reread for details to
picture in your mind.

Identifying a Theme

Good Readers know that authors often want us to


learn a lesson. Look at how the characters solved a
problem. What positive word would state what the
characters learned?

Making character inferences.

Good Readers look for evidence about characters.


They notice what the character says, does, and what
others say about him/her.

Make reasonable predictions


about a characters next
actions

Good Readers use evidence about the character to


make predictions. Look at what lesson the character
learned and think about the next event that matches.

Identify cause-effect
relationships.

Good Readers notice relationships between ideas.


When you find an event, ask, Why did this happen? or
What will happen as a result?

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