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Wanting to differentiate writing instruction for middle or high school students? Writing conferences are a great way to meet individual students' needs. By sitting and talking with writers one-on-one, we can help them embrace their strengths, identify areas for growth, and get to know them better as
Reader's Workshop Conferring Notes & Reader's Response Journal Questions for Upper Elementary: 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade This packet includes 3 different conferring logs that go with any leveled book. Included: -a quick one reading conferencing sheet -a detailed conference sheet with reading co
This product supplements the Narrative Unit of study. It has each 2nd grade Narrative Teaching Point and helpful Conferring questions. This will aid conferring and record keeping.
I created this sheet to help teachers launch reader's workshop in their classrooms. When you begin reader's workshop it can be very nerve wrecking... what to say to the child that is reading very well? what to say to the child who doesn't notice that they are misreading? These generic questions were
When students finish reading a book or they are just in the middle, talk to them about the book by using smart conferring questions. They will never feel bored, the questions will make them think at a higher level, and they will become smart thinkers as well! There will be sets of different question
Do you struggle with what questions to ask your students while conferring? Or, do you want a list of questions that a parent or aide can use while conferring with students? Look no further!
Writing conferences are so important for writer's workshop! But sometimes we can get stuck using the same few conferring prompts over and over again. This is a set of cards to laminate, cut out, and put on a key ring. It's a quick and easy way to access 12 ideas for conferring questions to ensure a
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Launch Reader's Workshop with these independent reading conference notes! These reading conference forms and checklists are perfect to keep track of your teacher and student conferences. Grab both reading and writing conference forms HERE.These conferring forms will help to save you time, collect da
This is an easy to use, tool-kit to carry around while conferring with students! Instead of asking what their story is about, using specific questions will gain a sense of how they are doing with their comprehension!These questions are meant to build off of one level to the next. You'll notice that
It's important for students to "think" as they read! This helps them with their comprehension of the text. In order to "think" about the text, readers need to "ask questions". During Reading Workshop, you can use this anchor chart to teach your students what kind of "questions" they can ask as they
Reading comprehension lessons to teach students to ask questions, supplemental posters and visual aids, graphic organizers, and other materials for your Kindergarten or first grade students!------This reading comprehension strategies unit is designed to get students asking questions about texts. The
Here are levels A through Y going into Z. These notes allow you to view the some key goals for the students to master in a level before moving on to the next level. I include key goals for the following level as well so it helps eliminate a bit of paperwork. I chose these goals from my knowledge of
Make implementing reader's workshop a breeze by having your conferring and small group lessons planned for you! This product is inspired by all four units of the Lucy Calkins Reader's Workshop Program for fifth grade.Units included in this bundle are:Unit 1 – Interpretation Book Clubs (Analyzing The
A complete reading conference binder to help you stay organized for your reading conferences! Reading conferences are an integral part of your reader's workshop and staying organized will help your quick conferences be meaningful.Included in this resource: FOR YOUConferencing tipsConferencing quest
This is an easy to use, tool-kit to carry around while conferring with students! Instead of asking what their story is about, using specific questions will gain a sense of how they are doing with their comprehension!These questions are meant to build off of one level to the next. You'll notice that
All of this information comes from: Fountas and Pinnell’s “The Continuum of Literacy Learning.” The Italics mean that the information is being introduced at that level.These questions are created to assist you during your guided reading groups and were students are headed in the future. Each reading
Make implementing reader's workshop a breeze by having your conferring and small group lessons planned for you! This product is inspired by four units of the Lucy Calkins Reader's Workshop Program from Heinemann for fourth grade.Units included in this bundle are:Unit 1 – Interpreting Characters: The
Here are levels D through L. These notes allow you to view the some key goals for the students to master in a level before moving on to the next level. I include key goals for the following level as well so it helps eliminate a bit of paperwork. I chose these goals from my knowledge of students and
Stuck on what to say to students during a reading conference? Or just don't know how to talk literacy and text thinking with your students? These questions are a bank of good questions to get a reading conference going. This product also explains the four part of a reading conference. Page 1 - Produ
Learn about the responsibilities of US Citizens compared to rights: This passage is jam packed with great info. It is perfect for an introduction or review of the difference between rights and responsibilities (focus is on responsibilities), and it covers the topics (some with more details than oth
Learn about the US Constitution and Due Process: This passage is jam packed with great info. It is perfect for an introduction or a review of due process, and it covers the topics (some with more details than others) listed below. This passage can any time you are studying the Constitution, but it
Have you started conferring in your classroom during your reading block or reader's workshop? It has become one of my favorite things to do and is a great tool to set goals with students. I had a hard time creating good questions on the fly, so I did some research and put them all together in this p
Keep your data organized with these note taking templates! These templates will help you to organize and keep track of your conferring and small group data to help you prepare for conferences, report cards, and intervention meetings.Please read before purchasing:This product is partially editable. Y
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Make implementing reader's workshop a breeze by having your conferring and small group lessons planned for you! This product is inspired by the four units of the Lucy Calkins Reader's Workshop Program for third grade from Heinemann. It is a SUPPLEMENTAL resource to help you implement this program

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