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Guided Reading Lesson Plan

You are going to create a guided reading lesson plan to support your activities this week. You have presented the text via your Think-Aloud/Read-Aloud. In addition, you have already created word study activities. You are well on your way to creating a balanced literacy lesson.

Guided reading groups are small groups of about four to five students who are at the same reading level. Every day during your literacy block, you will conduct 15- to 20-minute guided reading group lessons. You need to meet with your lowest performing group every day. You can rotate between your higher performing groups. Each lesson will be targeted to address the differentiated reading levels of your class. Usually, teachers use basals or leveled texts during their guided reading lessons: Helpful criteria for selecting leveled textsext.ecollege.com/pub/content/abfa217b-7d2a-4e16-96db-99da6e93b2dc/Glasswell_K._and_Ford_M._2010._Teaching_flexibly_with_leveled_texts.pdf  . While you are conducting these lessons with your small groups, the other students will be engaged in various literacy activities; here are somesuggestions for what to do with the other students while you are busy conducting a guided reading group. http://dragonsdencurriculum.blogspot.com/2014/10/guided-readingwhat-are-other-kids-doing.html

First, 
you are going to have to learn more about guided reading lessons. Review these resources about guided reading:

Second, you are going to have to learn about various groupings for guided reading https://www.readinga-z.com/learninga-z-levels/level-correlation-chart/ . Read this short web article: Tips for getting your guided reading groups started quickly https://www.scholastic.com/teachers/top-teaching-blog/, and Steps to establish small-group reading instructionhttp://managedcourse.next.ecollege.com/pub/content/00309ec7-a501-4c6e-9ab8-a4ad8ee168f8/Wortman_B._n.d.._Guided_reading_Steps_to_establish_small_group_reading.pdf . Usually, you will have groups broken down as follows: Far Below Grade Level Reading Expectations, Below Grade Level Reading Expectations, At Grade Level Reading Expectations, Above Grade Level Reading Expectations, and Far Above Grade Level Reading Expectations.


Third
, you’ll need to choose a text. Make sure it supports your anchor standard and your Read-Aloud text. Choose a text from this list of leveled picture books. http://vizedhtmlcontent.next.ecollege.com/pub/content/d8f8bee1-9a40-49a8-a95e-62641a08b9ed/Portland_Public_Schools._n.d.._Leveled_picture_books.pdf

Fourth, you are going to create a guided reading lesson using the template provided below. Keep in mind there are many different types of templates.
In a five page paper (not including title and reference pages) with proper APA formatting and citations, you will include the following components:

  1. Restate your anchor standard, grade level, and Read-Aloud text.
  2. Describe how many guided reading groups you will have in your classroom and how you will name them.
  3. Complete the following lesson plan template. 

 

 

Your  Example

Group Level: Choose one guided reading group lesson—Far Below Grade Level Reading Expectations, Below Grade Level Reading Expectations, At Grade Level Reading Expectations, Above Grade Level Reading Expectations, or Far Above Grade Level Reading Expectations.

 

Text: Choose a text from this list: http://www.pps.k12.or.us/curriculum/literacy/leveled_books/lb_title.pdf. Describe your text and how it supports your anchor standard and your Read-Aloud text.

 

Objectives: Describe one to two learning objectives. What do you want students to learn as a result of this guided reading lesson?

 

Phonics Skills and/or Word Study: Describe at least one phonics or phonemic-awareness activity that relates to the story. For more advanced groups, you can describe a word study or vocabulary activity instead.

 

Pre-Reading: How will you activate background knowledge? Consider doing a picture walk. Write out the script. What would you say?

 

New Vocabulary: How would you introduce new vocabulary? Specifically, list the words, and script how you would teach the vocabulary.

 

During Reading: What type of questions would you ask as they read? How would you have them read the text? Script this section.

 

After Reading: What type of questions would you ask to assess their understanding? Script this section.

 

Writing Connection: How would you include a writing component with this?







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